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A/V £50 headset for a friend?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Sponge12349, 16 Jul 2011.

  1. Sponge12349

    Sponge12349 (づ。◕‿‿◕。)づ ︵ ┻━┻

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    As above...he aparently does not have space for a desktop mic.. :/

    All suggestions welcome,

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. scuppy

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    i've got a pair of these

    SpeedLink Medusa NX 5.1 v2 Surround Headset £44.99 inc VAT

    decent enough.
     
  3. Bitemebad91

    Bitemebad91 New Member

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  4. aLtikal

    aLtikal 1338-One step infront of the pro's

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    Sennheiser HD555 if you can find them for that price. Internet is flooded with great reviews for them
     
  5. stefan442

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  6. veato

    veato I should be working

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    I'm still using Sennheiser PC161's. Think I paid around £45 for them. No fancy bits of flashy paint colours, just good quality audio.

    Not sure about the HD555 suggestion. IIRC they dont have a mic.
     
  7. Bitemebad91

    Bitemebad91 New Member

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    Great for a budget headset .... Shure their are better ones but there like in the $300~400 range
     
  8. KidMod-Southpaw

    KidMod-Southpaw Super Spamming Saiyan

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    Corsair HS1- the USB version. Or, to save money, get the HS1A.
     
  9. Stem83

    Stem83 Addicted to modding.

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  10. Sexton

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    Really?? I bought a pair of those a while back and refused to use them - never heard anything so crap in my life. Sounded like two mice attempting to mate in my ear.

    After those I got a pair of Roccat Kave's - a little more than £50 (or at least they were), but well worth the money. Brilliant sound quality, true 5.1 and very comfortable. Well made too :)
     
  11. stefan442

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    he did say for the price.....

    i dont think they are that bad, i have some sennheiser 205's and there aint much between them
     

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