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Wireless headSET or Blue Snowball/Yeti?

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#1 cctaylor88


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Posted 27 April 2016 - 06:42 AM

I am wondering if there are any wireless headSETS that are worth it in the $100-150ish price range, not looking to drop $300 on the Steelseries H 800 etc to be honest. I'm wondering if wireless is really even an option at this pricepoint (I have enough wires on my desk and wireless makes it so much easier).
I have a pair of BOSE QC120s that I really like but as of right now I use those and then put a pair of old Razer carcharias around my neck and use that mic (they are a garbage headset). So essentially to game with a good pair of headphones with noise cancellation (my Bose) and to talk into a mic I have to literally wear two headsets.

Also curious if anyone has experience with a Blue Snowball and/or Blue Yeti desktop microphone? If so, would you justify the cost of the microphones for what you get? Would I have to buy an additional stand for them as they are quite small and I would sit much higher than the mics? How far can they pick up my voice? I don't want to buy these types of microphones if they have to be right near my mouth, as at that point I would just get a headset with mic.



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#2 JohnWJ


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Posted 29 April 2016 - 02:45 PM

here is a good place to start





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