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Choosing Gaming headsets under $120

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I've been needing a new headset after i got my Logitech G230 headset and absolutely hated them the bass is horrible the sound is fine and the mic doesn't pick up my voice. I was looking at Razer Kraken pros but after reading a few reviews i am not so sure if i want them. I need something under $120 with good bass and mic, If you know of any "good" gaming headsets then please give me a comment with link to seller.

post #2 of 9

Avoid Razer and Roccat Headsets...

 

120$ i would chose the Siberia v2 if a Headset is a must

post #3 of 9

For $100 I would avoid gaming headsets. Get a Zalman Mic-1 or Antlion Modmic and a Sennheiser 558.

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Looking to what you said about avoiding gaming headsets i was looking at the kraken people also said it doesnt leave that headset mark which is annoying as hell. 

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I was also wondering about the drivers on both the headsets they say the both have the same drivers does this mean the same bass? I hear everyone says the krakens have so much bass but the Logitech's seem to be just a normal headset no bass.

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Originally Posted by 77slumber77 View Post
 

Looking to what you said about avoiding gaming headsets i was looking at the kraken people also said it doesnt leave that headset mark which is annoying as hell. 

The Kraken is plastic Trash and the SQ is on a 5$ Headphone level.

post #7 of 9

Takstar Hi2050 + a mic. Killer for under $100

post #8 of 9

Up until I upgraded to some MA900's and a clip-on mic to go along with my Mixamp 2013, I was using the Skullcandy Slyr's (I've seen them selling for as low as $60 CAD).

It's listed in MLE's headphone guide as well.

 

I still use them for PC gaming since my Mixamp is connected to my console and I'm too lazy to move it around.

Solid overall sound for use with gaming and general music and the mic isn't bad for skype / vent / teamspeak.

The cups aren't very big though so if you have big ears they might require a bit of squishing.

post #9 of 9

These might be under budget, but the Tritton Kunai are solid and dirt cheap (Best Buy/Future Shop has the WiiU version for less than 10 CAD. They are just WiiU branded....they work with everything). I have to say that the bang for the buck is insane. Sure the build quality leaves a little to be desired, but the bass is great, and overall sound quality pretty dang good. I use them for music and gaming (primarily on my Vita). The removable mic is great too. It picks up no extraneous sounds.


Edited by B9Scrambler - 2/25/14 at 6:36pm
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