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Help to buy new headphones

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello, I am going to upgrade my headphones because my friends can hear the game voices through my mic. I was considering buying pair of headphones for around 100-120€. 

 

My picks are

 

Sennheiser Gsp 300

Sennheiser game zero

 

If anyone can tell me the main differences on these headphones that would help. And tell that which one is better for the money etc. The gsp 300 are for 85€ and game zero at sale for 120€.Which one should be better for games like rainbow six, csgo, rust, bf5?? 

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You should either try adjusting your volume and current mic or stay away from open back headphones to prevent your audio leaking into your mic. If you're using discord it's pretty good at cancelling out some sounds from your own machine.

 

What headphones are you currently using?

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7 minutes ago, NinJake said:

You should either try adjusting your volume and current mic or stay away from open back headphones to prevent your audio leaking into your mic. If you're using discord it's pretty good at cancelling out some sounds from your own machine.

 

What headphones are you currently using?

Many choices.  Does he want stereo headphones or virtual 7.1 surround HP's.  Grab the Sennheiser game zero also its closed back so you wont have mic picking up other sounds and what not.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 hours ago, NinJake said:

You should either try adjusting your volume and current mic or stay away from open back headphones to prevent your audio leaking into your mic. If you're using discord it's pretty good at cancelling out some sounds from your own machine.

 

What headphones are you currently using?

My volume is just normal and I cant do any lower. I have Cloud stingers. 

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