Headset discussion.
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26th Jan

Currently I have the Logitech G933 wireless headset, the mic works great, audio, freaking amazing. 
Unfortunately, I did break them, and my Prior headset of Razer Kraken , is lost/stolen. 
Out of the two, I would recomment the Logitech pair, although Razer would appear much more durable. 

What I am looking into are the Astro A50's though, or the Audio Technica ATH-ADG1x....  Does anyone have any recommendation for a headset? 

http://www.audio-technica ... 29d21f735/index.html

http://www.astrogaming.co ... _color=Black#start=1

I'm super turnt on which one to get... I really, really freaking like the Audio Technica, and unfortunately cannot find any decent reviews that vrs off against each other. 
Last Edit: 26th Jan by GodOfEntity
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26th Jan

Honestly, I've tried the $300+ headphones and just cannot tell the difference. Right now I'm using the Logitech G633, and they're pretty nice and durable. Owned them for about six months now, and no issues. I think I paid like $120 new.

I have no experience with wireless headphones, not interested in them.


Last Edit: 26th Jan by TwinGunsLLP
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27th Jan

logitech all day every day! better Surround than the Astro's...



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27th Jan

HyperX cloud's.

While playing rust I'm always 'shooshing' peeps telling them that I can hear someone approaching. They always call me crazy, yet I'm 100% right in the end. They're 7.1 "surround" but if I recall, the headphones don't have all the drivers, so it's "simulated". Best headset I have owned yet.
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27th Jan

Features
Advanced USB audio control box with built-in DSP sound card
Hi-Fi capable with 53mm drivers for supreme audio quality
Hardware-driven virtual 7.1 surround sound
Comfortable, 100% memory foam on headband and leatherette cushions
Pro-Gaming optimized with closed cup design for passive noise cancellation
Compatible – USB connectivity for PC & Mac. Stereo compatible with PS4, Xbox One1 and mobile
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2nd Feb

I have the tiamat 7.1's and kraken 7.1 v2's. The sound difference in a gaming scenario is miniscule. I had Logitech g930's until a puppy who shall not be named knocked a laptop off my lap destroying the reciever. Being mostly deaf, I prefer the Logitech's simply on the principle that they support altered sound scapes for hearing assistance. Just like all peripherals, personal preference is going to be your deciding factor. Find them at a store, try them and if they don't make your dreams come true, return them!


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