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post #16 of 23
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Sadly I don't have a mixamp

post #17 of 23
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Originally Posted by KetchupNinja View Post

Are you using a Mixamp or anything?  Or are you just hooking it up to your tv/xbox?  For about $75, I would probably say the Razer Carcharias 2013 edition.  They're an open headset and they include the wires necessary to use it for the 360.  If you want to spend a little less, the Turtle Beach X12's are decent for about $60.
 

Have you tried the Skullcandy SLYR?

post #18 of 23

Take a microphone from a useless (not broken, duh) headset and attach it to your headphones.

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Originally Posted by KetchupNinja View Post

Are you using a Mixamp or anything?  Or are you just hooking it up to your tv/xbox?  For about $75, I would probably say the Razer Carcharias 2013 edition.  They're an open headset and they include the wires necessary to use it for the 360.  If you want to spend a little less, the Turtle Beach X12's are decent for about $60.

 

This.
post #20 of 23
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Have you tried the Skullcandy SLYR?

I haven't tried those personally.  I would read up on it in MadLustEnvy's review though.  He's known around here for console gaming audio.

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Samson SR850

X2

 

Used these specifically for gaming for a long time.  They work great with the mixamp, and have solid bass.  They're fun, and good for competitive gaming too.  My only gripe was my ears got a little sore after a while because of the shallow earpads (or my big ears) so that's something to consider.

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Originally Posted by KetchupNinja View Post

I haven't tried those personally.  I would read up on it in MadLustEnvy's review though.  He's known around here for console gaming audio.

I did read it and it was a pretty good review. On a unrelated note do you use the variable bass function on the turtlebeach x12 or do you just leave it on zero?

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I usually set the bass to zero when I'm playing competitive games like CoD.  On any other games like Dark Souls, Mass Effect, etc I turn up the bass quite a bit.
 

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