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Had the Odyssey for about 2 weeks now. Great device, only issue I've been having is the left touch pad gets stuck in VRChat sometimes (software). The cord is a little shot too, but I hear that's an issue with all(most?) headsets. Fixed that issue by getting a HDMI/USB3 extender.
I don't really have anything I can compare it too since it's my first VR headset. So I'll just boil it down to: Is it worth $400? Yes, for me Gorn, Fallout VR, and SuperHot VR make it worth it. Also recommend getting some rechargeable batteries, first set lasted me about 2 days.
Don't forget to buy a Bluetooth dongle if you don't have one. Bluetooth is required for the controllers.
I just use Amazon basic extension cables lol that's it and I have never had an issue. I have the same headset as well.
If I did it again I would recommend this cable.
I have these and they worked - granted only 6ft long.... [link]
I use this with my Odyssey and it works like a champ. You could mount this in a blank wall plate pretty easily, as it comes with threaded 'nuts' to keep it in place in a boat/rv:
Setup was very easy, but make sure to buy a good Bluetooth adapter. Also make sure to put in on an extender if you only have USB3 ports, or tracking is going to be very bad due to interference issues.
My specs are:
Edit: Almost forgot one of the most important things for me. The extension cable I use for the headset. This is the all-in-one version I use and it works perfectly: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B077T83RSV
I paid full price and love it. Beat Saber + custom tracks have become my daily 1hr cardio routine... One tip though, buy an extension cable. If you don't have Bluetooth make sure to buy one of those as well
This extension is the best one I found:
This is what I use with the Samsung Odyssey. It works flawless, and it has both HDMI and USB3.
[link] I just got the 6ft vesrion of this yesterday and played for about 3 hours and no issues at all.