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Let's get this out of the way, I don't use a soundcard. I'm perfectly fine with the onboard in my sig'd motherboard and always have been. My current wired headset is a Plantronics DSP 400:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16826106004

My current speakers are a gimp version of the Altech Lansing 5100. It only has two speakers, an amp, and a less extravagant controller compared to the below link. I've had them since my first PC from junior high-ish, and I'm now turning 25 later in the month:

http://reviews.cnet.com/pc-speakers/...-20719482.html

I see no problems with either of these products. Yes, if I went from my setup to a Xi-Fi + Sennheiser I'd probably immediately notice a difference.. but I'm satisfied with the quality I'm receiving now.

With that being said, my headset is starting to go (really just the padding but meh) and I'm looking to hop onto wireless for convenience. I game a lot, do some ventrilo, and listen to a little music. I guess you can throw the odd movie/TV show in there as well. A side-grade in quality is perfectly acceptable for me, but this has proved to me a really hard thing for me to research. Everything under $200 is just butchered by audiophiles leading me to believe it's 8-bit quality with a 2second latency.. when I have a feeling its really not. I was looking at these:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16826104227

Would something like that be acceptable for my needs? Is there a better/comparable price option? Thanks in advance~
 

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I have a Logitech.. I was just going to say I have the headphones you linked to. They're great, I was actually surprised with their sound quality. There doesn't appear to be very much (if any) sound latency, even in games. You'll be very happy with them, as they're great headphones for their price.
 
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