Gaming Headset

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  1. boobsmagee

    boobsmagee Well-Known Member

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    Well my microsoft life chat lx-3000 headset
    finally is no longer functional its a great headset with good quality and good microphone
    but i ran over the cord too many times with my chair leaving an exposed wire
    i think they were great, especially for the price

    looking for a new headset thought maybe you guys could recommend something better
    if not i might just buy these again lol

    looking for something preferably around the same price $60-$70 in store
    or just post up your fav's

    thanks
    ~Rob
     
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    .ZERO Nigga wit a PSD

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    i always say dont trust, trust..

    i've had 3 products of trust they stopped working in a week
     
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    For FPS gaming or games that require accurate sound positioning, and games that dont have base:

    SteelSeries 5Hv2 -- Best Headset

    This headset SUCKS for music and games with special effects and base. Its amazing for games like:

    CS
    CS:S
    and Generally MOST fps games.

    Anyways have fun!
     
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    thanks for the posts,
    yea i was planning on using electrical tape but
    for the day i posted this and the next, i kept fidgeting with it, but i couldn't get it in the exact position
    to work what so ever....
    but then after getting home from being away for a few days, since then
    its worked perfectly

    if problems occur again
    i'll definitely check these headsets out
    thanks again



    ~Rob
     
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    creative fatal1ty are cheap but amazing.
    not too much bass tho!
     
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    I was going to say the same. My friend has a pair, and I'm buying a pair next week, I use some Altec Lansing's for music though.
     
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    for your cord problem- if you have your desktop underneath your computer, then feed the chord around the back of the desk so the chord sits on top of your desk. i had the same problem as you and this is how i fixed it.
     
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    I truly don't bother about a 'gaming' headset. Why should I? Got my stereos open, built-in micro in my webcam. Just fine.

    Tough I have bought a Sweex headset for €3, it's doing great, especially for what it costed :)
     

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