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Logitech G35 surround sound headset...worth the money?

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ive been doing quick searching for a surround headset and seems as though this one is among the best, but its pricey ~$110.. anyone have this headset?
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I have it, imo, the steelseries are just as good for less
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no


Edited by nordicsebba - 7/15/12 at 12:47am
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no

Edited by nordicsebba - 7/15/12 at 12:47am
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I have the

and I really like it. It goes for $100 in some places, but at $50-60 it's great. It's very comfortable. I wear glasses and have not had a problem. It's slightly open ear, but I have never had an issue with sound leakage. The headpiece is a soft velvet covered foam as well as the ear pieces. They breathe very well and are even comfortable when the room gets a bit warm.

I think I paid $49 shipped from Amazon awhile back. I use it for games and it's great. It's also good for music. Although, I am looking to upgrade now to a hifi headset for audio.

My roommate has the G35 and I really do not like it. I would much prefer the Gamecom as it is more comfortable.
Edited by Greg121986 - 11/14/10 at 7:57am
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Which one is just as good?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16826249008

I have both, and I don't notice a difference in sound, while in game
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The 5.1 (not 7.1) is due to Dolby Headphone, not due to the crappy POS headset.

Anyway, a Xonar DG and an Audio Technica AD700 would serve you much better.
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ive read that the G35 can be uncomfortable and heavy, is this true?
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ive read that the G35 can be uncomfortable and heavy, is this true?
yes... wearing one now... and i hate it more than when the time I broke my first rc car. but, I have a deal for you and I've been considering getting this atm.

SENNHEISER PC350
https://www.wwstereo.com/website/eco...oduct=PC%20350

Do yourself a favor and get that. promo code: BENEFITS @ 135$. You are getting 50% msrp to what may be the most comfortable gaming headphones ever.

EDIT: Plus, they are excellent plain-ole listening headphones too.

EDIT2: Oops, forgot to mention if you don't already have decent sound card, then this may not be for you since the HP operate at 150ohm
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The PC350 is overpriced as well. A glorified VOIP headset.
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