Good Headset recommendations?

Dan Egli ddavidegli at gmail.com
Thu May 14 03:45:10 MDT 2015


On May 12, 2015, Frostfrog wrote:



> I apologize if this creates a new topic in the Archive (I was in

> digest mode), but I just thought I'd say that I have two paris of

> headsets that I've really enjoyed. Turtle Beach PX22's

> http://www.turtlebeach.com/px22 and Steelseries' Sibera v2

> http://steelseries.com/products/outlet/steelseries-siberia-v2

> headsets.



I'll definetly look at those turtlebeach headsets. The other ones (the
astro gaming ones) was just way out of my price range. I don't care how
good they're built, I am not spending $300 on a headset.



Thanks!
--- Dan

On Tue, May 12, 2015 at 11:22 PM, Frostyfrog <frostyfrog2 at gmail.com> wrote:

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> I apologize if this creates a new topic in the Archive (I was in
> digest mode), but I just thought that I'd say that I have two pairs of
> headsets that I've really enjoyed. Turtle Beach's PX22's
> http://www.turtlebeach.com/px22 and Steelseries' Serbia v2
> http://steelseries.com/products/outlet/steelseries-siberia-v2
> headsets.
>
> The PX22's have a long cord and have both USB and analog sound inputs.
> The analog one is generally for games and the USB one is generally
> meant for voice chat. It doesn't have a built in Dolby processor in
> it, so it can't exactly due 3D more than what games would provide with
> a 2 speaker setup. They do, however, offer an accessory which does.
>
> http://www.turtlebeach.com/product-detail/dolby-processor-accessories/ear-force-dss2/33
> Even without the Dolby processor, I would highly recommend these
> headsets.
>
> The Serbia V2 headsets don't handle transport as well as the PX22s
> (the head strap thing is now bent on my from taking it to and from
> work too much), and they have a shorter cable. They also cover the
> ears, but I'd say that it's a plus feature for these headsets since it
> does feel comfortable and can be worn for longer periods of time. They
> only support USB sound, so they aren't as versatile as the PX22s. Even
> though it doesn't have as many features, I think they win in the sound
> department.
>
> I don't really mean to seem negative in regards to the Serbia
> headsets, it's just... I mainly use them for work and I use my PX22's
> for home gaming.
>
> ~ Frostyfrog ^.^
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