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    Do you guys have any good headphones with a built in mic you would recommend to pair with my ASUS Xonar DS? I know Sennheisers have superior quality. I was thinking maybe SteelSeries but overpriced and not that good?

    It'll be used for gaming, especially horror games, or late night gaming with speakers off. And are the Swan M10s 2.1 setup any good for speakers?

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    Good advise mongrel

    As soon as Stan gets his pair and and confirm they will work great for us old farts with behind the ear hearing aids I will be getting a set of them also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post

    Thanks for the help, however this wouldn't be able to plug into my Xonar DS since it's USB

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    I own a pair of Tritton AX Pro's, and I love them, they have an optical in, and have all the analog cables for a soundcard if that is your choice, I use the optical in and they decode dolby digital just fine, I don't know what your price range is, being that they are $170 but here is a link:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16826235005

    I read through a lot of the reviews before I bought them, and I haven't had a single complaint about them, the staging is very good, and the mic works well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zerobit View Post
    I own a pair of Tritton AX Pro's, and I love them, they have an optical in, and have all the analog cables for a soundcard if that is your choice, I use the optical in and they decode dolby digital just fine, I don't know what your price range is, being that they are $170 but here is a link:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16826235005

    I read through a lot of the reviews before I bought them, and I haven't had a single complaint about them, the staging is very good, and the mic works well.

    Tritons are good but the controller position is terrible. It is large and very close to the headset. I knew the wires would loosen hanging there and they did. Triton was just bought by Saitek and they sent me a new set and even upgraded me. When I called them i suggested adding a foot or 2 so the controller can sit on your desk. I don't think they listened....

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    I agree that it is rather close to the headset, but for me, it is usually resting on my lap while I'm using them so I don't have a problem with the wires getting pulled out, that's a good thing to point out, I think there is a way to get an extension cable in between the headset and the controller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zerobit View Post
    I agree that it is rather close to the headset, but for me, it is usually resting on my lap while I'm using them so I don't have a problem with the wires getting pulled out, that's a good thing to point out, I think there is a way to get an extension cable in between the headset and the controller.

    Negative. You would have to manually split the cord.

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    Hmm..... that is odd, they must have made a change to the AXpro's since I bought mine... Mine have a 7pin mini-din connector inbetween the headset and the controller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zerobit View Post
    Hmm..... that is odd, they must have made a change to the AXpro's since I bought mine... Mine have a 7pin mini-din connector inbetween the headset and the controller.

    Ahhhh...... Ok, that will work but it is still stupid to get an extension. All the rocket scientists at Triton can't figure a 18" more on the headphone side will do the trick. It would be a lot of luggage with an extension. Actually the other side of controller has too much wire. They could simply take 18" off the back and add it to the front. If your paying over $100 for a product like this, common sence should be a requirement.

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    I would like to see a review on these TurtleBeach headphones. I owned a great set but spilled water on the external sound card. They were the best sounding headphones I ever owned.


    http://www.turtlebeach.com/products/pc-gaming-headsets/ear-force-hpa2.aspx

    Stan, wonder if Turtle beach can send some product to PureOC to review. Great product and best service at TB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Ahhhh...... Ok, that will work but it is still stupid to get an extension. All the rocket scientists at Triton can't figure a 18" more on the headphone side will do the trick. It would be a lot of luggage with an extension. Actually the other side of controller has too much wire. They could simply take 18" off the back and add it to the front. If your paying over $100 for a product like this, common sence should be a requirement.
    I totally agree with you.

    Those turtle beach look nice, but unfortunately one of my requirements for a set like this is an optical input so I can use them with my ps3 as well, when I bought my axpro's they and the astro a40's were the only ones I could find like that, and the a40's were too much money for something that I couldn't just go somewhere and try out first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ark-Angel114 View Post
    Thanks for the help, however this wouldn't be able to plug into my Xonar DS since it's USB
    Look again.

    The review sample is USB. The one Skyguy is showing in post #9 is 3.5mm jack.

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    Ya, the analog version isn't available YET, but it will be. All the features of the USB version but it'll go right into your Xonar DS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Ya, the analog version isn't available YET, but it will be. All the features of the USB version but it'll go right into your Xonar DS.
    Whoops, I should have read more closely. Any other suggestions or is the HS1 my best bet? Thanks again guys

    Would it be better if I got the USB version or the 3.5MM jack version? I don't know all that much about this audio stuff

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    The "best" is subjective. Here are a few points to consider:

    -The HS1 USB version is outstanding for a USB headset. The included software is very, very good in terms of audio for the price ($100). It'll beat any other USB headset out there in my opinion.

    -There are certainly better headsets on the market than the HS1 but they also cost more as well. For $100, it probably can't be beat because you don't need to buy an audio card for it, and this also reduces the overall cost.

    -The HS1 cans are "closed"; that is, they cover your ears and drown out the ambient noise. There are other "open" cans that allow more ambient noise in. Neither is "better", they are simply "different". Generally speaking though, most gamers prefer closed because it blocks out ambient noise and allows them to focus on the gaming audio. Music/movies are generally regarded better with open cans that allow for a fuller and richer sound where intent focus on drowning out ambient noise may not be as critical because you typically won't listen to movies in a noisy environment, it's usually in your own home and possibly quiet. Although.......there are days I consider buying a set of noise cancelling headphones to completely drown out my kids LOL.

    -The Xonar DS is a very good budget card. To be honest, I think the HS1 USB would sound about the same as the HS1 Analog on your Xonar DS. Don't think you could tell the difference. So it depends.....the USB is easy to take with you and plug in elsewhere. The downside is you cannot run a splitter into an audio card with USB if you want to run more than one headset or speakers, etc.

    To be honest.......the USB HS1 sounded VERY CLOSE to a set of Sennheiser PC-350's on an ASUS Xonar Xense audio card, and cost considerably less. Your Xonar DS is good for the price, so it's a toss up. USB will be about the same as analog and your sound card. And since you already have the DS, the analog would make the overall price the same.

    Flip a coin LOL.

    For me, I'm picky. I use an ASUS Xonar Xense audio card with the analog Sennheiser headset for gaming on my main Eyefinity rig. I use my Beyer Dynamics for music and movies into the Xense as well, and then speakers out the back. Then I use the HS1 USB for my secondary rig as an all-purpose headset for gaming, music, and movies.
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