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Best PC Gaming/Music Headset for $100?

I've been blessed with a Corsair Vengeance 1500 this christmas. However, after using for 4+ hours right now, I hate the tinny and weak bass sound of these. I listen to bass heavy songs and play games where, if the bass were there, it would've sounded amazing. These cans are way too treble, no matter how much I tweak the equalizer. I just don't like them.

-Budget: $100

-Needs: Good bass, FPS Gaming, Surround sound would be nice, Wired. Built in mic.

Any recommendations would be great! Thanks in advance.
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    Good bass, great anything at that price may prove difficult. I've been using some 5.1 w/ detachable microphone from Mad Catz / Tritton for a couple years. I think they are decent. The ideal situation would be having a bunch hooked up with samples for comparison. I doubt that's possible.

    Edit: Everyone in my ventrillo channel says they can hear me very clearly.

    If I had to replace them today, I probably would look at Tritton models first. They seem to be in the $120-130 range. I'm not making a solid recommendation here, because I'm really curious as to what some other forum members will recommend. I'll toss you the link to add to whatever is being considered.

    http://trittonaudio.com/prod/pchead.asp
  2. clonazepam said:
    Good bass, great anything at that price may prove difficult. I've been using some 5.1 w/ detachable microphone from Mad Catz / Tritton for a couple years. I think they are decent. The ideal situation would be having a bunch hooked up with samples for comparison. I doubt that's possible.

    Edit: Everyone in my ventrillo channel says they can hear me very clearly.

    If I had to replace them today, I probably would look at Tritton models first. They seem to be in the $120-130 range. I'm not making a solid recommendation here, because I'm really curious as to what some other forum members will recommend. I'll toss you the link to add to whatever is being considered.

    http://trittonaudio.com/prod/pchead.asp



    What about those Steel Series Siberas? Or maybe the G35?
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