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O.P. RE: New headset
Unfortunately i'm not as rich as $300 and I am only looking for headphones that play audio suitably and has a USB plug and play capability, as I am completely unable to get my front jacks on the computer to work and the back jacks, simply require too much effort to deal with all the time.
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07-19-2008 03:20 PM
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RE: New headset
I'm not quite sure what the headset audio quality is like, but I recently purchased a Logitech EasyCall pack from PCW for 25. Now, I was really just looking for a keyboard and mouse for my little sister as I'd built a new PC for myself, but this is a pretty damned good deal.

Basically, in the box you get:
Wireless Keyboard
Wireless Mouse
USB Audio Thing
Stereo Headset.

Basically, the USB Audio Thing is a big speaker, but it also acts as the wireless receiver for the mouse and keyboard. It also has two plugs on the side: one for the microphone, and one for the headset audio - they're standard 3.5mm jacks.

There's also a bunch of buttons for Skype integration, etc.

I have to say, it's one of the best things I've bought from PCWorld in a long long time.
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RE: New headset
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Originally posted by Adeptus
As far as chat grade headsets go, I have been through several and highly recommend Logitech Premium Notebook headset. It is comfortable, has proven durable (after a year of daily use, mine shows no signs of wear), and the sound quality is decent for both headphones and microphone. I certainly wouldn't call it "high fidelity", but it might be acceptable for someone who also finds the white iPod earbuds good enough.
I have that headset and it is definitely good, but I don't use it for music so no idea what it's bass is like =p
07-19-2008 07:14 PM
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