Morning all! And it might finally have stopped raining. I was wondering whether we were all going to have to start growing flippers soon as the next stage in our evolution... Before my forelimbs do have the digits merge though, I'm going to try and get some more use out of my machine. Spent some time a while back with my buddies struggling to hear me whilst online over Discord, so after spending far too much time troubleshooting the Turtle Beach Ear Force X12s I was using, I reluctantly thought I'd just get a new headset and see if that makes a difference. The X12s are fine on the Xbox 360, so they're not kaput and there's a chance it's a Windows setting, but my ceebs is kicking in since the Amazon sale. My criteria (as much as I can think) are: Not going to walk around outside with them on for music Not going to use them for calls Surround would be good, since the current ones don't have it so may as well upgrade Wireless a bonus but could live without Voice clarity and balance with game volume (the X12s have independent adjustment) Good sound reproduction, both in-game and musically if possible Compatible with Xbox 360/One/Series X if possible Not wallet-busting (~£70??) And the choices I've narrowed down to are: HyperX Cloud II ~£51 HyperX Cloud Alpha S ~£73 Logitech G Pro X ~£63 Logitech G935 ~£73 Have read a bunch of reviews on the above and they all seem contradictory, both between sites and in some cases, to their own website, which is frustrating. I also have a pair of Sennheiser Momentum that are fantastic for listening to music on the go and have an in-line mic - is it worth just co-opting these into gaming duties as well and forgetting about surround, but saving unnecessary expenditure (as is probably prudent in the current environment)? And I could of course revisit troubleshooting Windows. Input appreciated!