so i bought this headset. but soon i notice that this headset mic is too sensitive and my friend can hear my game and get some echo if i'm using teamspeak, so any suggestion for any other headset that good for teamspeak?
You could get a nice pair of headphones with replaceable cables and plug this in.
Its no longer a separate thing.
Yes, Qpad and some other vendor used them too. Its just a rebranded chinese headphone which actually sounds good.
I use g930 for like 3 years and it's working like a charm. Except that some parts of this design are easy to break, but duct tape fixes everything.
>inb4 this thread gets detailed by cucks spamming ">headset"
No, it doesn't. You can get something like this though. >>323261702 or pic related for $15.
Headset threads are always full of pseudoaudiophiles using low end headphones connected to their motherboard and pretending that having a desk mic / mod mic with extra cables everywhere is better.
All they're trying to do it emulate their favourite youtubers / streamers like impressionable cancer
Just get a gaming headset
youtube is filled with 12 year olds doing minecraft lets plays, who gives a f anymore?
most streamers use headsets.
desk mic is better tehcnically but i think headset is better for OP
they suck ass
Im kinda interested in one for the short-term for my bf so he can use it more for gaming and for skype stuff since he tends to walk around his house or whatever and he could have his hands free.
Once we move in together, going to use my mxl v67i.
except....youre completely wrong?
>having a pc and not able to handle cables
Most people who are youtubers record seperate audio feeds and link them up in post.
The only reason to have a headset, would be to remain mobile.
Desk mics are made for people recording audio professionally
Instead all you're doing is introducing more problems for zero benefit
Mic needs to be positioned correctly, if you move you get different sound levels, typing or hitting desk when moving mouse causes thuds, you need extra equipment just to get a avoid this shit
Even after all this, the codecs on teamspeak / game servers are garbage and cut off the extra quality.
If you have a desk mic and you don't produce content, kill yourself.
I picked up the Hyper X Cloud II for 50 or 60 bucks this past African-American Friday.
Mic is nice, the headset is LOUD AS FUCK, cancels noise well. Mic is removable, cups interchangeable. Only downside is the volume buttons for sound+mic make a fucking annoying blutooth noise every time you change sound, so I use my keyboard's sound scroller instead.
Usually never pay more than 20-35 bucks for a headset, but wanted to try this since it looked neat.
Headset mics are better because they don't pick up a mouse moving across the room at the neighbors house
I'm not a fan of push to talk so desktop mics are a no go, they pick up everything.
I can speak for the vmoda boom mic, sounds great and cancels noise fine. I had the zalman but didn't like the quality that much, it's kinda shit.
Currently I bought some a50s for 140 and love them, but obviously not for everyone since they're expensive as hell. But having a wireless headset is very nice.
Even though their sound isn't as clean as my crossfade wireless its worth it because they have a mic that sounds good and cancels noise.
tldr buy a nice pair of cans with detachable cables, get a vmoda boom mic, and be happy knowing you have a good quality mic that doesn't sound like shit like the zalmans do. Spending some extra money on audio equipment is worth it.
Not the poster you're replying to, but name something other than game servers, teamspeak, or producing content that a mic can be used for?
And if you pull some bullshit like "conference calls", kill yourself because you don't need anything even remotely better than what's used for the other things.
>what are settings
Push to talk has NOTHING to do with picking up extra noise. Those are your microphone and windows microphone settings.
Here's my protip: don't spend as much as this tard.
>Set settings up so that my voice is heard nicely
>"I can hear your keyboard clicking"
>Set settings up so that you can't hear the keyboard
>"I can barely hear you"
Versus with push to talk, you're not picking up random noises, just exactly what you want to say since you control when you're transmitting.
But he is indeed, an idiot for blowing that much money.
I work at best buy, I've given plenty of different desktop mics a chance because I get tech very cheap and I know how to mess with settings, none work with the environment I live in, alongside my mechanical keyboard.
Realize that some people have different circumstances kid.
>I'm not a fan of push to talk
Fuck you i hate faggots like you.
I hope you get cancer and die.
You ruin everything.
Every time i meet one of you faggots i hold my PTT button down and shove my mic up to like +60db and blow your shit.
You cancerous fucks.
All I've heard about Logitech headsets is that the headband breaks.
You could just replace the cable on a headphone.
we're talking about mics, autistic fuck.
OP doesnt want anything separate but still needs a mic, therefore ruling out anything that doesnt have a mic. like headphones and "EARBUDS".
Logitech is shit, that was how my 30 dollar G whatever broke and it's hilarious to see 100+ dollar versions of that same shit break the same way.
You've gotta assume that your headphones have detachable cables in order for that solution to work though.
The mic is fucking perfect and doesn't get in the way at all. Good quality too. If this headset breaks, I'll probably replace it with the same one.
Can't go back to a long mic anymore.
>good enough quality
Good enough for what? I'm not going to record music through dota or cs voice chat, but for communication is more than enough and certainly not garbage with $15 to $30 mics like sony or v moda.
>tldr 50 posts later
>i work at best buy
>See: "i stand around and help people walk across the store"
>I cant into mic isolation
>i make so much goddamn noise in my room that i have a problem with this
>im probably using omnidirection mics and muh noise
>Is this the Best Buy "Goodwill" setup v2.0?
>welcome to Goodwill
>"It looks like I have seen this exact setup at
retailshop #343".... (desktop stand microphone)
>hello geeksquad? can you install my OS with copying every single image on my computer?
i just got the logitech g35's and i'm loving them
mic is ace
and it's pretty comfy
cheaper on amazon