Sep 06 2008
I have a tendency to destroy my computer headsets/mics with regularity. I run over the cords, the plugs loosen and then the sound degrades. It is time again to buy a new set, but instead of buying the cheapest set at the local office store, I decided to get the recommendations of my network – since many are also frequent users of this product.
Here is what I learned.
- GeoffBrown3231 @NancyWhite I find Logitech’s audio stuff surprisingly good for a basic brand without frills
- josiefraser : @NancyWhite I use a headset but you’re not going to get as good sound quality as with a mike. After 3 hours it also starts to hurt a little.
- dougsymington : @NancyWhite I like these http://tinyurl.com/5fd5h7&cl=us,en <tweelings_en : LOVE
- GrahamAttwell : @NancyWhite would not buy headphones but good directional mic – love my blue ice- is more expensive – 100 Euro – but worth it
- GrahamAttwell @NancyWhite yes – I use a mac pro with external speakers – no feedback at all
- kiwicarol : @NancyWhite bought Creative HS-400 recently and they are gr8. Use to call NZ-UK via Skype Out with no probs.
- TedErnst : @NancyWhite I love my USB Logitech headphones
- thewebcoach : @NancyWhite I have this plantronics headset… it’s awesome! http://tinyurl.com/6b3wuc
- ejgertz I’ve had good luck with Cardo S-2 headphones. They are bluetoothy and seem to handle input as well as output quite well.
- My son recommends the Steelsound (he is a gamer)