Plantronics GameCom X10 Monoaural Diadema Blanco auricular con micrófono - Auriculares con micrófono (Consola de juegos, Monoaural, Diadema, Blanco, Alámbrico, Circumaural)
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- Plush cushioning shields your head from the ravages of wee-hour gaming sessions
- Over-the-head design holds firm during impromptu victory dances
- With single-ear cushion, you can flame online enemies and hear the hushed, reverential tributes of envious onlookers. Extended boom repels pesky peripheral game noise
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Descripción del producto
Color del producto: Blanco
Conexión USB: Si
Efecto de cancelación de ruido: Si
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de auricular: Monoaural
Utilizar con: Consola de juegos
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I don't use a headset often, so didn't want to spend a lot of money on another wireless set, or something with more substantial headphones.
This was cheap and had the features I needed, so I pulled the trigger.
Setup was simple; just plug it straight into the bottom of the controller and you're good to go.
I tested it out by composing an xbox voice message to a friend, listening to it back, and never sending it. Your voice is understandable, but no means as crisp and clear as if you were using a more expensive device. Likewise; the sound quality from the headphone is usable, just nowhere as clear is a more expensive device. But as is often true, you do get what you pay for. I didn't expect much from this $10 headset and it lived up to my expectations.
In addition to the sound quality, it's not entirely obvious which direction on the mute switch is actually muted.
I'll be using this sporadically when needed, but if I ever get back into more regular gaming I'll be looking for a more permanent replacement.
Both have volume adjustment and microphone mute either at the base of the controller (microsoft) or built into the wire (plantronics).
Plantronics microphone doesn't start picking up until after I have started speaking. So you would hear this: "......crophone doesn't start picking up _ntil __ter I have started __eking." Microsoft microphone is like talking on a cell phone. (This is the report I got from my friends as I cannot be in two places at once listening and speaking to self report.)
The one by microsoft seems to have the headband curved and squeezing more can reach the top of your ear on the other side of the head from the earphone. If you set it incorrectly on your head it can dig into your brains between where the top of your ear connects with your scalp.
In comparison the Microsoft version while seems much more loose and excessively swivelly, regarding the side with the earphone and microphone, which kinda makes it feel like it could wiggle off your head.
Bottom Line: While the plantronics gamecom x10 looks better and is definitely more comfortable for myself, the microphone is not as good. Which is the whole point.
As for which will go out first, I cannot speak to because I'm sure the one I use the most (Microsoft) will die sooner than the other. I have both, I have a choice I use the microsoft version there ya go. They both work and when my microsoft one wears out I'll switch over to the plantronics one until it dies, my friends tell me I'm too chatty anyway.
P.S. The microsoft headset comes in a bag taped shut, don't be alarmed. I was until my friend told me thats how they come direct from microsoft.
The plastic is a bit thicker than the official headset, which makes the Plantronics feel more sturdy and less like a toy. You are still gonna look silly wearing it...
It produces similar sound quality to the official wired headset, so no issue there.
The problem I had found is that the mic doesn't pick up the voice you transmit as soon as the official headset. This means that your first word you speak is normally cut off when you talk. So whenever I use the headset I normally lead my talking with a noise or an "umm" to get the mic picking up the sound so everything I say is heard.
It was a bit annoying at first having the mic delay, but in reality, the price of the unit really makes any minor inconvenience with the sound a non-issue. It is still a great value if you can get it cheap enough in your search for a low-price Live headset.