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This review is from: Logitech G930 USB Connector Circumaural Wireless Gaming Headset
Pros: GREAT sound! G-keys are very handy when using a music player while gaming. Mic is very clear sounding, and the voice modulation can be entertaining.
Cons: Heavy. Vinyl coated ear pads can lead to sweating. SetPoint software is GARBAGE!!!. Have to run 3 versions of setpoint to control G930 headset, Performance MX mouse, and for "Logitech Cordless Keyboard (no M/N).
Other Thoughts: Bought at retail store >2 years ago now. Had no problems at all for about 18 months, then first headset stopped taking charge and would produce a loud hum/buzzing noise when turned on while plugged in. RMA'd that headset. Have now had second headset, once again great out of the box but is now starting to produce the same hum when turned on, although that hum goes away after a few seconds. Am worried I will have to try RMA'ing this second headset of the problem gets any worse.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Cheap, easy to install, works well for business and browsing. Very quiet card!
Cons: Not quite as good as I'd hoped. Diablo 3 on max settings has a slight flps lag, though I don't know fps numbers. WoW on ultra is about 25fps max... I expect Skyrim to do a bit better because of the physics engine, but I haven't tested it yet.
Other Thoughts: This card replaced a burned out Radeon HD5670 with 1gig of DDR5. The graphics this card gives in those two games mentioned above are comparable to the 5670 in quality, but not in speed. 5670 would max out WoW at about 37fps with 4x AA. To get that fps from this card I need most settings on 'good' at 1080p, although I can kick the AA up to 16x without much harm.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Turtle Beach EarForce X32 Wireless Amplified Stereo Gaming Headset
Pros: Easy to hook up and use, fit is ok. Sound is great when not using the microphone.
Cons: Hissssssss!!!! Microphone is WAY WAY WAY too sensitive for the monitor. When you mute the mic everything is fine, but unmuted it plays back EVERY noise in the house. I don't think it transmits all the noise, but I had a radio on a football game in a bedroom with the door shut, unable to hear it on it's own, but with the headphones on in the other end of the house I could hear every word coming back through the headphones. I could hear my cat's footsteps walking on tile! It is way too distracting hearing the world around you when you want headphones for an isolated gaming experience.
Other Thoughts: I bought these at a local big-box store, and hopefully will be exchanging them today for something else.
Don't waste your money!