Can anyone recommend a good headset in the sub-$100 range? Since I'll be using it to record on my MacBook Pro, the headphones aren't as important as the mic. I assume USB wired is the cheapest, least laggy way to go, but I'm open to alternative suggestions.
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- I got the headset. Audio recording seems OK, but on my MacBook Pro, output to the headphones is only mono. Looks like other folks have reported this to Logitech, and their response is, "Use a different computer." Seriously.
Well, let's see how well it works with the Elgato Game Capture HD. I won't be able to get the game audio into my headphones due to a lag, but as long as the mic doesn't pick up the TV speakers, we should be good.Dec 21, 2012
- Hmm, it hadn't occurred to me to even think about whether the headphones would be stereo, I've only ever used them for Skype or iChat. Sorry if they can't do it and I didn't realize it!Dec 22, 2012
- Paul, my complaint stands but I may've described it inaccurately. What I meant was that I hear sound out of only the right headphone and nothing out of the left!Dec 22, 2012
- I've got a Plantronics GameCom | 1 that is comfy and didn't cost too much. I had a Logitech set but the ear cups were really uncomfortable.Dec 22, 2012
- Strange about the one-ear-out, I certainly haven't noticed that being true of mine. I got mine a long time ago, though (2-3 years ago), perhaps this is a newer model? If I encounter anything that might look like a hint to solving that, I'll pass it on.Dec 26, 2012
- The mute button on this Logitech headset is on the RIGHT EAR. There is no visual indicator of whether or not I am currently muted! That's crap.Jun 24, 2013
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