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You won't go wrong with Logitech, I have never had a bad experience with that brand, so echoing other posters here!
I personally am using the Corsair H2100 Wireless and have only good things to say about it as well.
I'm looking for a durable headset. My current headset was a cheap $15 one and it died on me within 2 months. The cable twisted and I can't hear anything.
Is a usb cable headset more durable than a 3.5mm one? Or is it the same thing? What about wireless headsets? I'm willing to spend upto $90 if a wireless headset is the most durable out of the three. Was looking at Corsair h2100.
Headset should have a mic as well, if that was not clear. I'd rather spend a bit more on a quality product than spend a few bucks every couple of months.
Have you already bought the Turtle beach? How much are you spending? For around 100, You can get these. I have them and highly recommend them. If you want a wired version it's $65.
I mean I've got the 5.1 going via the home theater setup, but when I'm racing against others usually I'm on my Corsair H2100s anyway. I'd love to mount speakers to it and such, but I want to keep it light enough to drag into the corner when I'm not using it.
Now graphics on the other hand.... A guy at work has offered to lend me his Rift DK2 for a bit now that I've completed my rig, so I'll be excited to see how it compares to triple screens.
You might want to look at Corsair's H2100 wireless headset.
And yes I am biased towards it because that's the one I use.
I've actually been looking at that and the Corsair 2100 or the Coursair VOID right now.
i'm very happy with this corsair one but its not on that list. [link]
also i paid closer to 60 for it
Sorry this will be a lot of information, but when you're buying something that sits on your ears for hours at a time, you want something that feels good.
Newegg has the Gamecom 780 on sale right now for 28 bucks. They usually float around 50-60 bucks so it's a really good deal. The only problem with them is they're not very drop friendly as they're plastic. The audio and mic quality are amazing for the price though.
If wireless is more his speed a Corsair H2100 is in your price range or a Logitech G930. I just recently bought a Corsair VOID on sale for 95 bucks and it was the best decision I've made in a long time, best wireless headset I've used. (but normal price is about 120)
Gamecom 780 priced 27.99
Corsair H2100 priced 99.99
Logitech G930 priced 84.36
Corsair VOID wireless priced 129.99
Pro's and Cons:
Corsair VOID RGB
i have this: [link]
it feels comfortable for my probably larger than normal head and sounds good.
I use the Corsair H2100 wireless (~$84US).
Corsair has exactly this.
Amazon link: [link]
PCPP List of Corsair headsets: [link]
I have these and love them
If you want wireless these I hear are good
Well you said Wireless with a Mic: Corsair H2100
Really good headset, i got mine before Corsair decided to make the 'gaming' brand. For a wireless headset though its amazing.
For 7.1 headphones the bass is pretty deep. For gaming? Footsteps are super amped. It makes it so much easier to hear people in CS GO. I'd put it on a 8/10 sound wise. Obviously you could get better sound for cheaper if you didn't want the wireless. Personally, there's nothing quite like continuing a conversation on skype while you make yourself a snack. I loathe the new color scheme and tramp stamp corsair wants to do. It sucks. Here's mine. and here's it with the new "gamer" logo. I should also mention the battery life is about 8ish hours. They can be on while charging if need be.
Overall, if you're looking for a decent pair of headphones to game and do some other stuff with....I'd recommend them. They are solidly built. Plus, they come with a great warranty through Corsair and Amazon has a fantastic return policy if you don't end up liking them. They lasted much longer than my Steelseries. I'll tell you that.