i have been though 4 cheapy sets in like a year . They all brake on the top !!
So instead of spending £50 quid on a decent pair went onto ebay and started looking for some gaming headphones
I then came across some razor's Piranhas for £3 with a broken socket .
So bought a new connector on ebay , another £2 ( attached with my trusty soldering iron )
And now i have some fully working headphones for £5
If your like me and brake them all the time this might be the best solution for you !
Any link to the headphones you are talking about ?
Originally Posted by 2097
Ebay ID is 110916843112
There £25 refurbished , but are a very nice headphone. They use USB and a mono and stereo jack ( USB for lights , stereo for sound , mono for mic)
I use a Razer Carcharias headset, so comfy you can have them on for hours without discomfort. Great for gaming but others will probably be better for music...
Razer Carcharias - Gaming Headset | Razer Online Shop
Not related to being affordable or this post but found the Tiamat ones that Razer do, they look really good. Think they were £160
Originally Posted by gshaw
After looking at and trying on all the headphones in HMV I didn't really find any over-the-head style sets that seemed particularly comfortable so I've bought a pair of in-ear sennheiser CX 300's for now.
Sennheiser CX 300 II Precision Noise Isolating: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics
I've been using them for a couple of days and they're definitely a serious improvement over the standard Apple headphones.
Originally Posted by flyinghaggis
Just to update this thread I've ordered a Creative HS800 Fatal1ty Gaming Headset as I needed something with a built in Mic. I'm still unsure how well I'll get on with a headset so didn't want to spend too much cash. Picked them up for £26 on Amazon which seemed like a good deal. I've read several reviews that stating they're comfortable for extended use even when wearing glasses.
I'll post an update when they arrive.