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Zalman ZM-MIC1 Question

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Hey guys.

I have been debating buying a new headset for gaming on PC, but I have grown fond of my JVC HA-RX700 headphones.  I bought the zalman zm-mic1 and have found that it's not a bad setup for the price.


That being said, I had seen somewhere before that there are attachable booms for headphones, but can't seem to locate any.  Basically I think you just stickied the boom to the headphones and it wrapped around like a headset so that you could connect your zm-mic1 to it.  Does anyone know where I might could find one these days?

 

I know the JVCs aren't top of the line, and I am by no means an audiophile.  But I am scared that some more expensive headsets may not give me my quality of sound that I have now.

 

Maybe one day I will move to the Audiotechna's or some even nicer Sennheiser's, but for now this works, and I just want to improve the setup.


Thanks a ton from a new member!

post #2 of 7

The AntLion modmic might be what your looking for.

http://www.amazon.com/AntLion-ModMic-Attachable-Boom-Microphone/dp/B005IT9P3G

 

It can be attached to any headphones and detached with ease.

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"Currently Unavailable"

post #4 of 7
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I was hoping that someone would know where these are still available or of there was a way to make a boom for the Zalman.

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You could have spared me the trouble and googled "modmic" yourself redface.gif

 

http://www.modmic.com/

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You could have spared me the trouble and googled "modmic" yourself redface.gif

 

http://www.modmic.com/


Oh, I already looked there once and saw nothing about the site being back up soon. Now I know. O.o

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Originally Posted by yesshh View Post


Oh, I already looked there once and saw nothing about the site being back up soon. Now I know. O.o
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I guess the modmic is available now. Has anybody used it? I like the simplicity, but wouldn't mind hearing some reviews before dropping ~$35. 

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