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Old mic destroyed, any "good" clip-ons? Girlfriend is also clumsy.

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Well, my girlfriend somehow body-slammed my SoundBlaster tactic headset, which ended up not being damaged, but she somehow totally ripped out the microphone jack and all of the wiring within. The sound is still fantastic, but the mic is dead. So do you fellas know of a decent clip-on mic?
    
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