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70 dollar budget - noise cancel - mic/headset - comfortable

post #1 of 10
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as title says im looking for a comfortable headset after long hours of gaming with a mic and i need it to cancel noise as best as possible

preciate it


edit- i need noise cancel because i have a loud brother who screams when hes on his games and short of me beating his ass every 2 seconds it wont stop

(i do do this he now locks door and puts furniture against it so i cant come in and yell at him) hes VERY loud noise cancel is a must
Edited by eosgreen - 7/27/11 at 10:19am
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Do you really need it to be a headset? Can the mic be separate?
Do you really need noise-cancellation?

I personally think noise-cancelling headphones/sets don't sound really good compared to traditional closed cans.
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post #3 of 10
^ Agreed. For $70 I recommend the JVC RX900 phones, paired with any decent mic. As a general rule, you'll almost always (99% of the time) get a better deal pairing good headphones with a separate mic than going for a "gaming headset". All the experienced members here will tell you the same.
post #4 of 10
Sennheiser HD201's + Zalman Clip-on Mic.

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post #5 of 10
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bah no clip on mic because i use voice activation

if you can show/explain to me where a clip on mic can go and not be hurt by rustling of my shirt or whatever else then maybe

i need noise cancel because i have a loud brother whos screams when hes on his games and short of me beating his ass every 2 seconds it wont stop

(i do do this he now locks door and puts furniture against it so i cant come in and yell at him) hes VERY loud noise cancel is a must
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post #6 of 10

Something like this?


Personally I use a Logitech USB desktop mic, which has a very convenient mute button.
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Something like this?
Amazon.com: Olympus ME-52W Noise Canceling Microphone: Electronics

Personally I use a Logitech USB desktop mic, which has a very convenient mute button.
noise cancel HEADPHONES so i dont hear his dumb #%$*@!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by eosgreen;14366610 
noise cancel HEADPHONES so i dont hear his dumb #%$*@!

Would it not also be a good idea to get a noise canceling microphone so whoever your talking to online doesn't hear him?
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noise cancel HEADPHONES so i dont hear his dumb #%$*@!
Noise canceling headphones will always be a waste of money. Chances are any pair of closed headphones will do the job. If that's not good enough, your best option would IEMs.
post #10 of 10
If you can up your budget, this is a good choice http://www.jr.com/audio-technica/pe/AT_ATHANC7B/.
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