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I want a new gaming headset that also has a mic. The one i have in mind is the logitech g pro. I want a headset thats not too big and weird looking like the gsp300 and a good mic. should i get the logitech g pro or a different one? Any suggestions? I would like them under 150 CAD

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I was just about to recommend you the g pro. I have the basic version, but I'm using it with a soundcard and they sound as good (even slightly better) than my old Hyper X cloud 2. The mic needs adjustments, but its a good mic.

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I've heard good things about these ones from Cooler Master.

 

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07JH3LSHN/

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I've recently had the pleasure of using a Corsair HS60.  I didn't test the surround feature, but the sound was excellent and the mic sounded great when I tested it with Voice Recorder.  The mic sounded really really great.  

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2 hours ago, nick name said:

I've recently had the pleasure of using a Corsair HS60.  I didn't test the surround feature, but the sound was excellent and the mic sounded great when I tested it with Voice Recorder.  The mic sounded really really great.  

 

2 hours ago, BobVonBob said:

I've heard good things about these ones from Cooler Master.

 

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07JH3LSHN/

 

2 hours ago, NicekillBG said:

I was just about to recommend you the g pro. I have the basic version, but I'm using it with a soundcard and they sound as good (even slightly better) than my old Hyper X cloud 2. The mic needs adjustments, but its a good mic.

Thanks for the suggestions. IM probably going to get the corsair hs60 because it sounds great and looks very nice. Thank you

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3 minutes ago, Anson Chan said:

 

 

Thanks for the suggestions. IM probably going to get the corsair hs60 because it sounds great and looks very nice. Thank you

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i got a pair of these for 75 usd, granted it was after christmas but still, for even 100 bucks it's good. idk how canadian money works so you tell me if it's worth

 

https://www.amazon.ca/Corsair-Premium-Gaming-Headset-Surround/dp/B07XCYT7HV/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=corsair+void&qid=1588640066&sr=8-5

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@Anson Chan If you want to hear footsteps and nothing else you could get https://www.amazon.com/Audio-Technica-ATH-AD700X-Audiophile-Open-Air-Headphones/dp/B009S333U4?th=1 with a modmic 5 and it would be a lot better than anything else on the list and still in budget?

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Corsair HS60/70

OR
Corsair Void Elite (Wired or Wireless)

 

Both are about the same price (if you buy the Void Elite renewed)

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11 hours ago, BobVonBob said:

I've heard good things about these ones from Cooler Master.

 

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07JH3LSHN/

a MH752 user myself and i would definitely recommend them, really comfortable with a great mic and sounds great. chose them over the GSP300 mainly because i wanted the swiveling earcups for easier storage.

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