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best headphones for PC?
s1mple | 
Estonia oOFusioNOo 
I have cloud alpha but the sound over the years has decrease, considering getting new ones. Looking for great music sound on it Thanks
2021-10-22 07:22
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broky | 
Latvia GOATKY
AKG K361 or AKG K371 like best closed headphones under 150€ rn
2021-10-22 07:23
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#22
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Lithuania Skrepeta
I have the 361 and they're pretty good for the price
2021-10-22 09:03
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yeah, just that their build quality is kinda bad
2021-10-22 09:03
ATH-m50x Beyerdynamic DT770 Arctis 7 wireless these are some that i can recommend
2021-10-22 07:33
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will do research
2021-10-22 07:35
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broky | 
Latvia GOATKY
m50x are trash.... dt 770 have non replacable cable and the cable is extremely stiff so it can break easily
2021-10-22 07:46
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m50x have great sound, they are solid and comfortable. also very portable. dt770's cable can be replaced, + the cable isn't THAT stiff. one of the most solid cables for headphones, but also not that flexible
2021-10-22 09:26
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idk if you are baiting or not but m50x one of the least comfortable headphones ever dt770 cable can be replaced but you need good soldering iron + good soldering skills, i tried it and failed + my cable broke in 1 year lul
2021-10-22 09:30
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well headphones are subjective, m50x felt fine to me. some people i know have had dt770's for over 4 years and say that they are built like a tank, also i tried them and they feel really good along with the sound
2021-10-22 09:35
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true but the modern ones arent tanks
2021-10-22 09:37
2 replies
how so?
2021-10-22 09:38
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i see a lot of people having issues with the new dt770/990 build quality and cable
2021-10-22 09:39
DONT buy the arctis 7 wireless I just got one last weekend, and its dogshit, really annoying to use with CS as well. I'm going to return it this weekend
2021-10-22 09:07
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i've never had problems with the arctis 7, they are easily the best wireless headset i've tried. lasted for almost 2 years, then started breaking down but got a replacement thanks to warranty. sound is good, it's comfortable, wireless, easy to use i don't see why it is dogshit, maybe you just got a faulty one
2021-10-22 09:24
#48
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Finland Eestu
+1 for the Beyerdynamic DT-770. :)
2021-10-24 06:29
6 replies
are they worth and better than hyperx cloud alpha?
2021-10-24 06:31
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#50
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Finland Eestu
Sadly I can't compare them to the Hyperx Cloud Alphas since I've never used them but in general I do think the Beyerdynamic DT-770 are a good pair of headphones. The sound is better than what you get from an average gaming headset (but not as good as from a pair of open back headphones) and the build quality, aesthetics and comfort are great. There is no detachable cable as someone pointed out above but I don't think that's a big deal tbh unless you are travelling around a lot with these (and even in this case it's manageable). I think they are a very good pair of headphones at a good price point so I would definitely recommend them as a good option. If you live on your own or in a fairly quiet place and open back headphones are also something you'd be interested in, then also check out the Beyerdynamic DT-990. I at least got a better experience overall with open back headphones (I had a pair of Audio-Technica ATH-AD500X which sadly broke down) and I think the DT-990s could be another good option to check out. I sadly can't give a personal opinion on that either since I haven't had the chance to try them myself but if it's anything like the DT-770 then I think it should be good. Hope this helps! ^^
2021-10-24 06:39
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whichn ones you use for gaming and pc?
2021-10-24 06:56
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#53
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Finland Eestu
I use my Beyerdynamic DT-770s for both gaming and other desktop usage. Works very well for both, although a pair of open back headphones would probably be better for music and such.
2021-10-24 06:58
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open back? Sorry I am noob in those terms
2021-10-24 07:05
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#59
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Finland Eestu
"Closed headphones are designed to isolate you from external ambient noise to varying degrees. ... Open headphones are designed to allow audio leakage out of the earpieces. They don't block out ambient noise. However, open-back models can often sound more airy, clear or spacious versus their closed counterparts." Just copied this from Google, but this should give you a rough idea about what I am talking about. ^^ I'd recommend doing some research about the topic and then you might have a better idea of what you should be looking for in a pair of headphones. :)
2021-10-24 07:12
cloud 2 wireless
2021-10-22 07:44
#6
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United States okuulanda
as a general rule headsets are kind of doodie if you care about audio quality but certainly more convenient a normal pair of headphones plus a usb mic or something will sound way better for your money
2021-10-22 07:48
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#7
broky | 
Latvia GOATKY
+1 true
2021-10-22 07:49
6 replies
I have USB mic but it's not comfortable to use. I use headset mic and it's so much better than having a mic under your face
2021-10-22 08:06
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#9
broky | 
Latvia GOATKY
lol i just place it somewhere on the desk far away and it is fine, or get a mic arm
2021-10-22 08:07
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I have a mic arm but still. I have to bring my mouse close to it because it's a one side mic I forgot how it's called so it doesn't pick up background noise or anything around unless it's in front of the mic
2021-10-22 08:14
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unlochko, then maybe buy one of those mics that you click under your shirt
2021-10-22 08:17
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Ye sure for PC gaming and daily use
2021-10-22 09:00
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if youre gonna be like that then just buy the sennheiser pc37x or akg k361 with mod mic
2021-10-22 09:02
I have bought to try Sony XM4, its good but idk 240 even on 100$ discount, it doesnt sound good via 3.5mm and you have to turn them on to have a good sound, that means need to charge them
2021-10-24 06:26
cloud II
2021-10-22 08:07
i have clouds for years and wouldnt change it for any other.
2021-10-22 08:15
#14
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New Zealand boblao
Mate unless your the next fucking s1mple trust me get a wireless headset best upgrade its worth the money there's essentially no delay you could literally go for a swim while in a csgo queue and since its wireless you can hear when you get a game
2021-10-22 08:30
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I had wireless but was annoying to charge headsets and mouse as well idk.
2021-10-22 08:58
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#21
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New Zealand boblao
I mean my headset lasts 18 hours so unless your on the s1mple grind (which you shouldn't have a wireless headset if you are) I find it fine
2021-10-22 09:01
3 replies
ye but that means you should charge them like every day after you use them
2021-10-22 09:23
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#31
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New Zealand boblao
Its not that bad you charge your phone everyday while you sleep?
2021-10-22 09:26
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I dont charge my phone every day, I had cloud flights before
2021-10-22 09:43
#32
FaNg | 
Canada JC_123
but you wuold need to towel off very fast mens
2021-10-22 09:29
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#34
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New Zealand boblao
Wear hoddie put headset over
2021-10-22 09:31
#15
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Sweden SamBbbb
I have the Razer Blackshark v2 wireless, Alot of people think they sound bad, but if you turn of all the extra features like the bass boost, sound normalization and surround sound I think they sound good. They are very comfortable, but expensive.
2021-10-22 08:37
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I don't trust razer or Logitech as their stuff is cheaply made and overpriced
2021-10-22 08:59
11 replies
lol thats every gaming brand what do you want steelseries? its not like their arctis headset break for everyone like in 2 years cuz of the shit plastic bit
2021-10-22 09:00
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steelseries I had 1 and it had very low sound but the quality was good, returned and got a replacement and same thing. The siberia or something were okay but cheap quality as well. Thats why I stick with hyperx atm
2021-10-22 09:19
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hyperx cloud are just dt 770 ripoffs
2021-10-22 09:37
I have bought to try Sony XM4, its good but idk 240 even on 100$ discount, it doesnt sound good via 3.5mm and you have to turn them on to have a good sound, that means need to charge them
2021-10-24 06:28
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they are extremely bassy
2021-10-24 07:29
4 replies
ye I couldnt wear them for long and games sound weird in them, might return. But now my hyperx ones bass sound so dull, ruined hyperx for me :/
2021-10-24 07:32
dude they are amazing
2021-10-25 09:34
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i guess you like a lot of bass, good for you
2021-10-25 09:52
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I do listen to future house and rap/hip hop. The bass is amazing they cost like 350$ i got them for 250$ (100$ discount)
2021-10-25 10:52
logi pros are kinda cool
2021-10-22 09:08
1 reply
read some not great reviews about it, 4.4/5 on amazon
2021-10-22 09:20
#40
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United Kingdom DB_R20
currently I'm using Fostex T60RP's BUT you'd need a nuclear power station to power them so there's no point unless you have an incredible amp. For 150eur I'd probably suggest looking on drop, see if they drop the 58X or something again. - Otherwise Sennheiser 599's are good, they fit the Noctua fan colour scheme lol Some IEMS are really good too, TIN P1 for example. Here's a really handy website though when shopping for headphones - hifiguides.com/ It was built by Zeos Pantera, DMS and Josh Valour if anyone is heavily into audio. - I think.
2021-10-22 09:42
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I am trying Sony XM4 right now, yesterday there was 100$ discount for them
2021-10-24 06:29
#42
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Biske
have been using cloud 2 for 4 years now wont change it until it breaks
2021-10-22 09:46
2 replies
what will you change to?
2021-10-22 09:48
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#44
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Biske
probably cloud alpha s
2021-10-22 09:50
#51
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Finland KieZuZ
Sony MDR 7506
2021-10-24 06:40
bump
2021-10-24 07:02
3 replies
also looking for headphone advice?
2021-10-24 07:08
2 replies
not realy but i want to help u find what you need
2021-10-24 07:09
1 reply
very nice of you
2021-10-24 07:10
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