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So recently I did probably 30-40 hours of research into headphones, gaming headphones, and mics. What I discovered is that if it marketed as "gaming headphones" you should probably not buy it if you want actual good headphones for gaming. Everything behind it is ginmicks and marketing, just like the 7.1 "surround sound". Also there is a strong chance you don't actually want noise cancelling when it comes to gaming. It makes it very hard to talk to other people when you can barely hear yourself talk. I recommend open back headphones.

The one exception I found was the Sennheiser Game One's (which is the same headphones as the Sennheiser 598 just with a mic).

When you start talking to audiophiles, and digging in there, you will find that any aufiophile gamer will tell you one thing. Buy a good pair of headphones, and then add a mic to create your own gaming headset supperior to any marketing headset.

Personally my budget was less then $200 for a gaming headset, and I got the Sennheiser 598 ($65 used) + V-Moda BoomPro mic ($25 new on sale). I spent $90 and holy shit, these combo blows away all my previous turtlebeaches and gaming headsets I've owned.

I also tried the Philips Fidelio X2 which I landed for $170, but honestly I thought the Sennheiser sounded better for over $100 less.

So that's my advice to any slickdealer who (like myself) comes to the comments on quality and if it's a good deal. Get headphones, get mic, making a supperior gaming headset without all the marketing bullshit.

For what it's worth, these headphones listed on the higher end of "gaming headsets" but still are inferior in actual quality compared to stand alone headphones
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Any opinions on this?
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Ive owned this headset for well over a year now and it's been one of the best cans in terms of audio quality. The soundstage is extremely wide and bass isn't too overpowering and the mids are clearly audible.

An FYI however, there have been reports of some quality issues, but on my headset, it's been smooth sailing so ymmv.
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Apparently the same price at BestBuy. I'd rather buy there with the ease of their protection plan.
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The Revolver S is also on sale for $99. Got a pair yesterday with 20% off on Google Express.
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Just a heads up, I have these and the 7.1 can't be used with Xbox. This also means that the volume control/mute button won't work either. But the headset itself is very nice and well built.
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I preferred the cloud alphas
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So recently I did probably 30-40 hours of research into headphones, gaming headphones, and mics. What I discovered is that if it marketed as "gaming headphones" you should probably not buy it if you want actual good headphones for gaming. Everything behind it is ginmicks and marketing, just like the 7.1 "surround sound". Also there is a strong chance you don't actually want noise cancelling when it comes to gaming. It makes it very hard to talk to other people when you can barely hear yourself talk. I recommend open back headphones.

The one exception I found was the Sennheiser Game One's (which is the same headphones as the Sennheiser 598 just with a mic).

When you start talking to audiophiles, and digging in there, you will find that any aufiophile gamer will tell you one thing. Buy a good pair of headphones, and then add a mic to create your own gaming headset supperior to any marketing headset.

Personally my budget was less then $200 for a gaming headset, and I got the Sennheiser 598 ($65 used) + V-Moda BoomPro mic ($25 new on sale). I spent $90 and holy shit, these combo blows away all my previous turtlebeaches and gaming headsets I've owned.

I also tried the Philips Fidelio X2 which I landed for $170, but honestly I thought the Sennheiser sounded better for over $100 less.

So that's my advice to any slickdealer who (like myself) comes to the comments on quality and if it's a good deal. Get headphones, get mic, making a supperior gaming headset without all the marketing bullshit.

For what it's worth, these headphones listed on the higher end of "gaming headsets" but still are inferior in actual quality compared to stand alone headphones
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So recently I did probably 30-40 hours of research into headphones, gaming headphones, and mics. What I discovered is that if it marketed as "gaming headphones" you should probably not buy it if you want actual good headphones for gaming. Everything behind it is ginmicks and marketing, just like the 7.1 "surround sound". Also there is a strong chance you don't actually want noise cancelling when it comes to gaming. It makes it very hard to talk to other people when you can barely hear yourself talk. I recommend open back headphones.

The one exception I found was the Sennheiser Game One's (which is the same headphones as the Sennheiser 598 just with a mic).

When you start talking to audiophiles, and digging in there, you will find that any aufiophile gamer will tell you one thing. Buy a good pair of headphones, and then add a mic to create your own gaming headset supperior to any marketing headset.

Personally my budget was less then $200 for a gaming headset, and I got the Sennheiser 598 ($65 used) + V-Moda BoomPro mic ($25 new on sale). I spent $90 and holy shit, these combo blows away all my previous turtlebeaches and gaming headsets I've owned.

I also tried the Philips Fidelio X2 which I landed for $170, but honestly I thought the Sennheiser sounded better for over $100 less.

So that's my advice to any slickdealer who (like myself) comes to the comments on quality and if it's a good deal. Get headphones, get mic, making a supperior gaming headset without all the marketing bullshit.

For what it's worth, these headphones listed on the higher end of "gaming headsets" but still are inferior in actual quality compared to stand alone headphones
Do you need an additional adapter to connect the vmoda mic to the sennheiser 598? Isnt there a locking mechanism on the sennheisers 598s?
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Do you need an additional adapter to connect the vmoda mic to the sennheiser 598? Isnt there a locking mechanism on the sennheisers 598s?
Yes. The locking mechanism is super easy to remove with just a Philips head screwdriver. and you only need a 2.5mm male to 3.5mm female adaptor. The Nokia one is preferred but are hard to come by. I managed to find one.
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So recently I did probably 30-40 hours of research into headphones, gaming headphones, and mics. What I discovered is that if it marketed as "gaming headphones" you should probably not buy it if you want actual good headphones for gaming. Everything behind it is ginmicks and marketing, just like the 7.1 "surround sound". Also there is a strong chance you don't actually want noise cancelling when it comes to gaming. It makes it very hard to talk to other people when you can barely hear yourself talk. I recommend open back headphones.

The one exception I found was the Sennheiser Game One's (which is the same headphones as the Sennheiser 598 just with a mic).

When you start talking to audiophiles, and digging in there, you will find that any aufiophile gamer will tell you one thing. Buy a good pair of headphones, and then add a mic to create your own gaming headset supperior to any marketing headset.

Personally my budget was less then $200 for a gaming headset, and I got the Sennheiser 598 ($65 used) + V-Moda BoomPro mic ($25 new on sale). I spent $90 and holy shit, these combo blows away all my previous turtlebeaches and gaming headsets I've owned.

I also tried the Philips Fidelio X2 which I landed for $170, but honestly I thought the Sennheiser sounded better for over $100 less.

So that's my advice to any slickdealer who (like myself) comes to the comments on quality and if it's a good deal. Get headphones, get mic, making a supperior gaming headset without all the marketing bullshit.

For what it's worth, these headphones listed on the higher end of "gaming headsets" but still are inferior in actual quality compared to stand alone headphones
Thanks for the info!
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So recently I did probably 30-40 hours of research into headphones, gaming headphones, and mics. What I discovered is that if it marketed as "gaming headphones" you should probably not buy it if you want actual good headphones for gaming. Everything behind it is ginmicks and marketing, just like the 7.1 "surround sound". Also there is a strong chance you don't actually want noise cancelling when it comes to gaming. It makes it very hard to talk to other people when you can barely hear yourself talk. I recommend open back headphones.

The one exception I found was the Sennheiser Game One's (which is the same headphones as the Sennheiser 598 just with a mic).

When you start talking to audiophiles, and digging in there, you will find that any aufiophile gamer will tell you one thing. Buy a good pair of headphones, and then add a mic to create your own gaming headset supperior to any marketing headset.

Personally my budget was less then $200 for a gaming headset, and I got the Sennheiser 598 ($65 used) + V-Moda BoomPro mic ($25 new on sale). I spent $90 and holy shit, these combo blows away all my previous turtlebeaches and gaming headsets I've owned.

I also tried the Philips Fidelio X2 which I landed for $170, but honestly I thought the Sennheiser sounded better for over $100 less.

So that's my advice to any slickdealer who (like myself) comes to the comments on quality and if it's a good deal. Get headphones, get mic, making a supperior gaming headset without all the marketing bullshit.

For what it's worth, these headphones listed on the higher end of "gaming headsets" but still are inferior in actual quality compared to stand alone headphones
Alternatively, you could get the HyperX Cloud Core/Cloud 2 as they are just rebranded Takstar headphones which are already fairly regarded headphones for audio alone.
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So recently I did probably 30-40 hours of research into headphones, gaming headphones, and mics. What I discovered is that if it marketed as "gaming headphones" you should probably not buy it if you want actual good headphones for gaming. Everything behind it is ginmicks and marketing, just like the 7.1 "surround sound". Also there is a strong chance you don't actually want noise cancelling when it comes to gaming. It makes it very hard to talk to other people when you can barely hear yourself talk. I recommend open back headphones.

The one exception I found was the Sennheiser Game One's (which is the same headphones as the Sennheiser 598 just with a mic).

When you start talking to audiophiles, and digging in there, you will find that any aufiophile gamer will tell you one thing. Buy a good pair of headphones, and then add a mic to create your own gaming headset supperior to any marketing headset.

Personally my budget was less then $200 for a gaming headset, and I got the Sennheiser 598 ($65 used) + V-Moda BoomPro mic ($25 new on sale). I spent $90 and holy shit, these combo blows away all my previous turtlebeaches and gaming headsets I've owned.

I also tried the Philips Fidelio X2 which I landed for $170, but honestly I thought the Sennheiser sounded better for over $100 less.

So that's my advice to any slickdealer who (like myself) comes to the comments on quality and if it's a good deal. Get headphones, get mic, making a supperior gaming headset without all the marketing bullshit.

For what it's worth, these headphones listed on the higher end of "gaming headsets" but still are inferior in actual quality compared to stand alone headphones
Spot on apart from the 598 being better than the Fidelio X2.
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Any opinions on this?
I've been using these for a few years now. I think the sound quality is better than my other pair of the headphones, the Audio-Technica ATH-M50.

Comfort wise, they're great. I've worn these numerous times, 10+ straight hours for a long gaming sessions, zero discomfort. the most comfortable pair of headphones i've ever worn. i've also tossed them around in states of rage in the past, and they took it well.

The mic is a high quality, everyone comments how well voice sounds on these.

My gripes with them are minor. The cord is a fabric like material, and when it brushes against your shirt or body, you will hear that echo/rubbing sound in your ears. It's really annoying to me. I actually electrical taped the entire cord just so the fabric was covered and i wouldn't hear that noise.

The metal frame is LOUD if you go up to scratch your head and bump the frame, which you will. These also do not do anything to block out exterior noise. You will hear everything in the room the same as if you didn't have them on.

For this price though, definitely good buy. I got them open boxed on amazon several years ago for about $55
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