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New Guy - "the right headphones" I know, how generic right?

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< I did send this to someone specific after seeing a mod they did, then though I should try to get a general consensus of recommendations>

 

Hey there,

I am brand new here, I found the site today after going crazy, trying to find a comfortable headset, not to tight of a squeeze, but holds on well. That's the least of my worries to be exact.

 

Don't beat me away yet, but I used to have these for work. 

http://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/usb-headset-h540?crid=36

For what they are, they are very comfy, and I was using them for gaming also. What I want is a high quality audio headset for music and gaming. I listen to everything Louis, Ella, and a lot of current stuff within the last 20 years. If it is a quality recording, I will probably like it. Even some rap, but that is not what a base quality after lol. Right now I have these other crappy head phones that are not what I thought they were, but for $80, I should not have expected much I just needed something fast when I bought them.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826249036

 

Anyway, I can't find anything of quality with a mic. However I did just bump into the V-Modo M 100 and 80's which I like AND they have an add on $30 mic, but it kinda blows from what I have heard from audio recordings. 

 

So I am looking for a nice comfy headset for 9-12 hours of use a day, with a mic because I use it for work, and I am a PC gamer. I really don't want to spend more than $150, as I get paid very poorly for what I do. I have considered going to $199. PLEASE NO USB headsets.

 

So, do you have a recommendation, or suggestion for mod and how much would you charge to modify for mic?

 

Thanks for your time and response!

post #2 of 5

Logitech UE 6000's come with a microphone. I think you would be glad with them. 

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(Discontinued by Manufacturer) - thanks for the reply they still have some available as well.

They look decent, but not sure about sound quality - also wanting to use 3.mm which these DO have.


Edited by ScottVinVa - 4/8/14 at 4:57pm
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There are good quality headsets with mics. They're just really freaking expensive.

 

The top two headsets are their best ones (THEY'RE EPIC) however are very expensive. However, there's a bright side. I have found legitimate Audio-Technica products on Amazon 50% off in the past so I wouldn't lose hope just yet.

 

EDIT: Here's the link I forgot to provide (oops) http://www.audio-technica.com/cgi-bin/product_search/headphones/headphones_cat.pl?select_multiple_3=Headphones%20with%20Microphones


Edited by Stryking - 4/8/14 at 5:55pm
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Originally Posted by ScottVinVa View Post
 

(Discontinued by Manufacturer) - thanks for the reply they still have some available as well.

They look decent, but not sure about sound quality - also wanting to use 3.mm which these DO have.

 

Sound quality is probably the best in the price range.

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