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If you want to get into "audiophile sound" and yet you want a headset, I'm really not sure what to say.

Well you didn't have to say anything since I've already found my answer here thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
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Hmm alrighty it sounds like A900's are what I'm gonna go for and look more into taking a mic and attching it to the headphones.
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Idk I'm kinda starting to consider a Zalman clip on. Sound quality of a zalman clip on is...? I feel like it is gonna pick up too much extra noise in my room which is only a problem when I have guest over and they are on my spare computer.

I bought the zalman clip to go with my rh600 and it's pretty good. It's even better if you decide to mount it to something and put it in front of your mouth. It also picks up almost every little noise even outside of my room. If my door is open it will pick up anyone that's having a conversation pretty clearly.
    
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What do you guys think are the best over ear headphones I could get for under 60 bucks?
I have crap ones right now frown.gif
http://www.amazon.com/iHome-iB40B-Over--Headphones-Control/dp/B00486T134/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1328595249&sr=1-1

Superlux 668, JVC Harx 700's, are good headphones under the $60 price mark.

Some headphones that are a tad above the $60 mark but are very good are the JVC Harx 900 and
post #24 of 34
Why would you want to buy closed-back headphones if GAMING is your first priority?headscratch.gif

If you prefer closed-back headphones why don't you get the Sennheiser 360?confused.gif
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Why would you want to buy closed-back headphones if GAMING is your first priority?headscratch.gif
If you prefer closed-back headphones why don't you get the Sennheiser 360?confused.gif

Idk I'm new to what closeback vs. open differences. I just don't like leaking a bunch of sound from my headphones. otherwise i would just use speakers. I play at night alot and live with other people. Courtesy. thumb.gif
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What do you guys think are the best over ear headphones I could get for under 60 bucks?
I have crap ones right now frown.gif
http://www.amazon.com/iHome-iB40B-Over--Headphones-Control/dp/B00486T134/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1328595249&sr=1-1

I picked up the Samson 850 for about $35 on ebay not too long ago. Day n night vs my cheap 2.1 logitech speakers
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post #27 of 34
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Idk I'm new to what closeback vs. open differences. I just don't like leaking a bunch of sound from my headphones. otherwise i would just use speakers. I play at night alot and live with other people. Courtesy. thumb.gif

Oh,i see.Well,i hope you will enjoy your new headphones when you get them headphone.gif .Cheers! thumb.gif
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Lol Look what i got... headphone.gif

700

700
post #29 of 34
solid choice there! hope u enjoy it
post #30 of 34
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solid choice there! hope u enjoy it

Yeah I'm really enjoying! I'm really glad I went with a Closed Headphone. They don't leak unless you take them of your ears. Really happy with my purchase so far. I almost don't want to mount a microphone to them anymore. lol. Might look for some alterantives. Might. just might get a desktop mic or find a way to mount a microphone to my desk maybe?
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