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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-18-14, 11:02 PM Thread Starter
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Default Best headset buy?

So I've finnaly decided on buying a headset (I think... Plastic crack smells so damn good still!!!)
But I really don't know which one is best, I want it to cost no more than 30 if possible, and be quite long lasting, for the PC and xbox ideally, but PC above all else
I plan to maybe start streaming, so it needs good sound quality...
Sorry I'm so useless with this kind of thing, but the last thin pg imwant is to drop 30 bucks on an over sized paper weight

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Hey mate I would recommend the turtle beach earforce p11 gaming headset. They are 32ish and have a decent review. In the reviews people have said that the sound quality is good but the headphones themselves are tight if you have a big head.

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Honestly, you've got a few choices here. Personally, for your price point I'd go for something by Logitech or Plantronics. Neither are going to be bad at that price.

Another alternative is a decent Sennheiser set of headphones with a basic clip-on mic you can attach to the cable or similar. Better sound quality, and you won't notice the difference with the mic especially if you braid wrap the cables to keep them together.

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