Is it safe to assume that all wireless headset/phones use their own sound card built-in meaning no audio jack interface? If this is so, I will not be able to buy a headset with a built-in sound card.
May be looking for a wired headset now?
I am looking for a wireless surround [real or virtualization] headset, headphones plus a mic for computer usages including music, movies, and games. Right now, I am worried about a delay from the computer to the headset, is this problematic? What about sound loudness and quality? Would I require an amp, how can I use this with the stander 3.5mm jack as I have never used an amp before.
I listen to digital, techno, trance, dance and softer vocal music. My price range is $100 to $150 and higher, but I would prefer to keep it at $150. I am currently using the Razer Megalodon and the external sound card headphones are every unstable and by far the worth investment I have ever made.
-Need: Wireless Surround headset
-For: Computer usage, music, movies, and games
-Must: have 3.5mm jack plug [stander sound card interface]
All suggestion are welcome,
Edited by Sugi - 9/27/12 at 10:15am