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Yeah man the zalman mic1, 7 bucks shipped - great great sound, great pickup even if you don't have it next to your mouth. Best byte had the best price:

http://bestbyte.net/mm5/merchant.mvc...Category_Code=

They shipped it out same day and I ordered 3 pm eastern time. Gotta love good service.
You bet me to it, I was JUST about to say the same thing. The best thing about the mic1 is it clips onto your headphones!.
I recommend it greatly!
post #12 of 15
as soon as i saw that the Zalman mic was $7 i ordered it, that was about a minute ago xD
now for some awesome headphones =]
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Hmm, what about the Grado SR60's or are they overhyped?

Does the Zalman mic have good noise cancellation? Would it be on par with say, the Logitech desktop mic?

EDIT: Another thing, does anyone know if the Zalman mic has a mute button? That always comes in handy when omitting certain sounds from Skype.
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Hmm, what about the Grado SR60's or are they overhyped?

Does the Zalman mic have good noise cancellation? Would it be on par with say, the Logitech desktop mic?

EDIT: Another thing, does anyone know if the Zalman mic has a mute button? That always comes in handy when omitting certain sounds from Skype.
yes , no, and no
post #15 of 15
I had the same problem with my old logictech head set and so when i bought my new sound card i said i need a new headset sop i got the Plantronics Gamecon 377 and have been very pleased by the quality and sound they great and only $50 at bestbuy.
    
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