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The best gaming headset money can buy ...

"The Logitech G35 headset. Game-changing immersion with 7.1 surround sound powered by Dolby technology for a detailed soundfield - hear your enemies before they see you. Featuring three swappable headband pads so you can choose the best fit, for long-lasting comfort; three customizable G keys for one-touch command over music, voice morphing, and more; on-ear audio controls for quick access to volume, microphone mute, and surround sound adjustments; and an adjustable, noise-canceling microphone that focuses on your voice and reduces background noise.

- 7.1 surround sound powered by Dolby technology delivers a detailed soundfield - hear your enemies before they see you.
- Three swappable headband pads let you choose the best fit, for long-lasting comfort.
- Three customizable G keys give you one-touch command over music, voice morphing, and more.
- On-ear audio controls provide quick access to volume, microphone mute, and surround sound adjustments.
- Adjustable, noise-canceling microphone focuses on your voice and reduces background noise.
- 2-years limited warranty"

"Gaming never sounded as good as it does with the Logitech G35 Surround Sound Headset.

The Logitech G35 features 7.1-channel surround sound to give you unprecedented levels of sound quality and texture - to bring game-playing to scintillating life. Logitech's G35 Surround Sound Headset also incorporates three programmable G-keys to give you instant one-touch control over in-game elements, music and much more!

What's more, the Logitech G35 boasts a noise-cancelling microphone, on-ear audio controls, and three headband pads to give you complete comfort and put you in command.

Immerse yourself in an all-absorbing soundscape with the Logitech G35 Surround Sound Headset.
General Information Stereo Sound Yes
Noise-Cancelling Microphone Yes
Microphone with Miniature Headband No
Commands on the Cable Commands on-ear
Frequency Response 100 Hz – 10 KHz
Interface USB
Mac/PC PC
Skype compatible Yes
Skype certified No
Other information - PC with 32-bit or 64-bit Windows® XP or Windows Vista®, Windows® 7
- 30 MB available hard drive space
- CD-ROM drive
- USB port"

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#1
Sorry, Pressed the expired button by mistake instead of the edit :)
#2
7.1 channels from a 2-channel headset? Obviously some kind of quantum mechanical witchcraft at work here.
#3
What you talking about ?
#4
God knows what he's on about, voted hot from me.
#5
popoyaya
7.1 channels from a 2-channel headset? Obviously some kind of quantum mechanical witchcraft at work here.

all this from 2 channels......lol

Logitech have been one of the leading peripheral manufactures in the industry over the last few years, producing a range of mice, keyboards and headsets suited to almost every application. At the top-end of their product line we find the "G-Series" range of gaming peripherals, which are renowned for being some of the finest on the market.

Today we are going to look at the Logitech G35 gaming headset which boasts Dolby Headphone 7.1 technology, promising to create the ultimate gaming experience. It also features on-ear controls with three user-programmable buttons for added convenience.


Specification

Headphone:
Driver: 40 mm diameter, neodymium magnet, 15 mm diameter voice coil with ferrofluid damping
Frequency response: 20 Hz – 20 KHz diffuse-field equalized
Impedance: 32 ohm nominal
Sensitivity: 90 dB SPL Ref: 1 mW, 1 KHz
Microphone:
Pickup pattern: Unidirectional (cardioid)
Frequency response: 100 Hz – 10 KHz
Sensitivity: -42 dBV/Pa re: 0 dB = 1 Pa, 1 KHz
Test conditions: 3.0 V, 2.2 K ohm
System Requirements:
PC with 32-bit or 64-bit Windows® XP or Windows Vista®
30 MB available hard drive space
CD-ROM drive
USB port
Connection:
Full-Speed USB 2.0 compliant
Cable: 10 feet / 3.05 m, woven insulation
#6
is the microphone included with this? Its a bit contradictory in the description and specification
#7
its usb input which can handle 7.1 + mic
1 Like #8
I have owned one of these Trust 5.1 16533 headsets for the last year....

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Trust-5-1-Surround-Headset-16533/dp/B002NZGCSE

They're only £33.24 delivered and they are extremely good quality especially for playing games which support 5.1 sound.

These are totally identical to the Verbatim 5.1 headset that got the thumbs up when reviewed by Notebookcheck.net (see link)...

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Verbatim-5-1-Channel-Gaming-USB-Headset.33799.0.html

The review says they 'simulate' 7.1 sound well but I've never tried this so I can't confirm this.

One last thing. I've had headphones with a 3.5 mm plug and the Trust 5.1 with a USB connector and I would never ever go back to using a 3.5mm plug again, the USB connector is so much more solid and the sound never cuts out.

I'm sure the Logitech deal is a good one but if you're on a tighter budget, I can recommend the Trust headset as a good alternative.
#9
May i remind you this is meant to be for good deals, not weather you like it or not, This price is clearly the cheapest by £15 than anything i can find.
#10
Despise
May i remind you this is meant to be for good deals, not weather you like it or not, This price is clearly the cheapest by £15 than anything i can find.


so a bugatti veryron for £1000 under retail should be the hottest deal ever.
no
#11
Cold, because they're marketed deceptively. They're not 7.1 at all, they're just stereo earphones, and the surround part is handled by software. Thing is, your game or your existing soundcard can probably do this already, making this seem superfluous. I did think seriously about buyng them, but I doubt these will compare to proper headphones of around the same pricepoint.
#12
I can't believe they're cold because of this


dxx
Cold, because they're marketed deceptively. They're not 7.1 at all, they're just stereo earphones, and the surround part is handled by software. Thing is, your game or your existing soundcard can probably do this already, making this seem superfluous. I did think seriously about buyng them, but I doubt these will compare to proper headphones of around the same pricepoint.


Not that I doubt your statement, but I doubt people would know those stats to vote cold.

I'm curious as to why it is cold though.
#13
UglyGeezer
I can't believe they're cold because of this


dxx
Cold, because they're marketed deceptively. They're not 7.1 at all, they're just stereo earphones, and the surround part is handled by software. Thing is, your game or your existing soundcard can probably do this already, making this seem superfluous. I did think seriously about buyng them, but I doubt these will compare to proper headphones of around the same pricepoint.


Not that I doubt your statement, but I doubt people would know those stats to vote cold.

I'm curious as to why it is cold though.


Ah, they probably don't.

Thing is, around here, things go cold for one of four reasons,

1) The deal's really good, and people want it for themselves so they try and put everyone else off
2) The deal's not something someone wants because they don't fancy or don't understand it
3) The product's rubbish
4) The price is rubbish

For this one, I'm guesing #2 is the one. It's not a bad price, but, y'know.
#14
I read a review of the Logitech 7.1 headset and nowhere does it mention separate speakers so yes, maybe this is a case of stearo speakers simulating 7.1 sound. The Trust headset does have the individual speakers to do 5.1 sound; not just a software simulation of it.
#15
[edit] 7.1 surround sound

The Logitech G35 uses what is called "Dolby Headphone" and what it does is create a virtual surround sound environment naturally, specifically designed for headphones with two speakers.

wikipedia

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