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I need a headset, and am willing to spend a bit


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#1 Sleepieyed

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Posted 15 November 2011 - 07:23 PM

I'll spend no more than $200. The reason I am buying a new headset is because the Steelseries 7h I was using broke. The cheap micro usb hookup into the "can" became unreliable by crackling and cutting in and out so after a replacement cable and endless fiddling I'm cutting my losses.

Requirements:
USB (my HT|Omega is too quiet for headphones)
Wired (it seems wireless hasn't been developed enough to be reliable enough)


The loudness from the Steelseries 7h headphones were moderately less than ideal. I am looking for something that is very loud and has specifically a lot of bass.
I also own the Sennheiser HD 280 pro. To give you an idea of how loud/bass I want, the 280's were way to quiet and way too little bass.

I've looked into some of the "Psyko" brand headphones and after a couple hours of wearing those I couldn't stand them. They sound hollow and weigh way too much.

I am not looking to go back to Steelseries as they are expensive and have a small selection.

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#2 Sleepieyed

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Posted 20 November 2011 - 01:28 PM

still lookin'

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Posted 22 November 2011 - 07:30 PM

http://www.eio.com/c-407-speakers-headsets.aspx?pagesize=12&sectionids=2670&expand=130&ViewType=2
i've been using turtlebeach headsets for a bit now and theyve been working great for me.
i would suggest any of these under this list. turtle beach definitely is high quality stuff.




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