Good Headset recommendations?

Jonathan Grotegut jgrotegut at
Mon May 11 10:13:57 MDT 2015

These are the ones I use:

It appears there is a new version of them out that is USB.

I have two complaints about the first Gen:  1- The mic has a tinny sound to
them.  2- the head band is a LITTLE small for my head, it has gotten better
over time though.  When I first started wearing them I did notice some
pressure on the top of my head.  While it is still there, it is less now
than it was.  Perhaps I am just getting used to it.

They do fit over your ears and the sound quality is pretty good on them.

The first generation only has the 3.5 MM jack on them, which makes them
compatible with pretty much everything.  It appears the second gen has USB,
though it does look like the USB just converts it to 3.5 MM.  As far as
compatibility goes, I have no idea, I guess you could technically just plug
the 3.5 directly into the computer and bypass the in-line volume control.

On Mon, May 11, 2015 at 9:57 AM, John Shaver <bobjohnbob at> wrote:

> On May 11, 2015 9:51 AM, "Lonnie Olson" <lists at> wrote:
> >
> > This headset is my absolute favorite.
> >
> >
> > It supports three different inputs.  USB, 3.5mm analog, and TOSlink
> > Optical.  All three can even be used at once.  No special drivers are
> > needed, so it works on Windows, Mac, Linux, PS3, PS4, XBox One, XBox
> > 360 (w/ adapter), etc.
> >
> > They are wireless, sound great, have large ear cups that are very
> > comfortable, have a nice mic with an easy flip up to mute.  The
> > battery lasts most of the day, but can still be used while plugged in
> > charging.
> >
> > Drawbacks: They are a little heavy due to the battery, and they aren't
> > really cheap.
> Wow! "aren't really cheap" is an understatement...   I hope they're really
> durable at that cost.
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