New Mic

Discussion in 'Technology Talk & Help' started by Panda!, Jan 2, 2013.

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  1. Looking for a reasonably cheap (under $100) high quality mic. Any suggestions?
     
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  2. Do you have a console? If so, buy Turtle Beaches that are compatible with the console and the pc. Then you get two mics in one!
     
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  3. nice idea, thx.
     
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  4. Iff you have a PS3 you should get the Turtle Beach Earforce P11 I have one, they're pretty nice.
     
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  5. If you're looking for a cheap headset, go with Logitech. They're usually under $20.
     
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  6. Um, no.
    Razer is the way to go.
     
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  7. Big Boss

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    I disagree, Logitech is the best.

    Here is a $8 Logitech Headset that I used for a long time and had great audio quality.
     
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  8. logitech is a great quality Mic that will last a long while those are the best and the cheapest
     
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  9. Root Beer, nobody wants to pay $200 for a microphone.
    Go with a turtle beach headset or if you really want it cheap go for logitech.
     
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  10. Did I say it was $200?
    I got mine from them for $60
     
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  12. Chingy

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    I used to have Turtle Beach X12s and they were $60. But you can also find some cheaper for like $20 at stores like Staples.
     
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  13. Although the turtle beachs are great headsets, all i want is a good quality mic, so i'm gonna go with a logitech.
     
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  14. All LogiTech peripherals are great quality I've heard. I know their gaming keyboards are amazing and the headsets are great, so I don't think you can go wrong with LogiTech.
     
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