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Headphone for Gaming for $300-$400

post #1 of 3
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Hello guys

 

I'm looking for a new headset and I would like your help to find a confortable headphone.

 

I own a SOUND BLASTER X-FI TITANIUM HD audio card and I'm sure its going to help me with a better experience with a gread headphone.

 

Sometimes I listen to music too but my priority is a great headphone for my FPS games. 

 

Wired or Not, with mic or not, I don't mind. If there's no mic, I can get one separated without any problem.

 

I'm not hurry so if theres any unit above 400 I can watch it and wait for an amazon pricedrop without any problem.

 

Thanks in advance for your help.

post #2 of 3

Just get the AKG K612 Pro headphones ($130 to $160) and plug them straight into the Titanium-HD's headphone output.

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Just get the AKG K612 Pro headphones ($130 to $160) and plug them straight into the Titanium-HD's headphone output.

 

Thanks for your answer.. I have heard a lout about  the following models:

 

Audio Technica ATH-AD900X, ATH-AD1000X, ATH-M50
Sennheiser HD 600, 598, G4ME ZERO, PC360, 
V-MODA Crossfade M-100

 

Is any of them a good fit with my video card? I'm not from US nor CAnada.. Im Brazilian and I will have a single change to import a good headphone that must least years with a good quality.. 

 

Edit: I now that I have mentioned some open cans but I would like to have an isolating one if possible.

 

Thanks


Edited by Daniel-sp - 5/14/14 at 9:44pm
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