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    Most headphones,at least the ones ive used ,including the dvd se ut headphones and a green sony pair,give me a splitting headache in a matter of minuits.Its a bad migraine that lasts for an hour at least.

    So ive been playing with speakers,but this doesnt let me play to my best in my favourite gametype,1v1.I need headphones to hear the footsteps,even max volume isnt as precise as headphones,plus the fact that i have people at home and cant keep it on high volume.

    was thinking of trying this

    Any other suggestions?anyone with the same problem?

    #2
    Never had that problem myself,

    But the headset is use is the Sennheiser PC150

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      #3
      http://www.sennheiserusa.com/newsite...ransid=newHD-2

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        #4
        I whould recomend... I dunno what to call it... full ear-cup.
        Closed speakers if you know what I mean... like my Koss UR-40 has...
        They are extremly confy, and not to expensive... I can recomend those! :up:

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          #5
          Sennheiser HD280 Pros, you will never find better gaming headphones.

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            #6
            the seinheisser or wtv look tottaly awesome.

            thanx guys

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              #7
              Sennheisers, I swear by that company

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                #8
                The sennheisers looks smooth! :up:

                They cost $200 tho... The Kosses cost $25...

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                  #9
                  New 5.1 surround headphones for $100...Turtle Beach Earforce HPAs:

                  http://www.tbeach.com/site/products/earforce/hpa/


                  ___

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                    #10
                    HD555's at newegg for $150. You will hear things in the game you never knew were there. Awesome. Very comfortable.

                    http://www.newegg.com/OldVersion/app...106-392&depa=0

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                      #11
                      just get cheap ones that dont go in your ear.. i think thats your headache problem.

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                        #12
                        I'm going to boycott Nexxtech for their crappy hardware. I had a nice Planronic headset, but one headphone broke, then the mic, just on its own, I don't know if it was just a faulty hardware, or a Plantronic thing, but I think nexxtech is evil.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by W@rl(0)K
                          HD555's at newegg for $150. You will hear things in the game you never knew were there. Awesome. Very comfortable.

                          http://www.newegg.com/OldVersion/app...106-392&depa=0

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                            #14
                            I've had 2 different types of Logitech headsets,and the big problem they had on my pc is that the microphone produces really soft output.
                            When I'm on TS for example I have to scream real loud in order to get my fellow gamers hear me.And yes all my settings in windows and TS are on their maximum output volume!

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by W@rl(0)K
                              HD555's at newegg for $150. You will hear things in the game you never knew were there. Awesome. Very comfortable.

                              http://www.newegg.com/OldVersion/app...106-392&depa=0
                              :up:
                              I want those now... they look neat...

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