3.5mm vs USB headsets

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Katana, Feb 6, 2017.

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  1. USB for me seems to break more though
     
  2. Katana_x_II7

    Katana_x_II7 Well-Known Member

    break in what sense? what breaks for you?
     
  3. SnakeGuy123

    SnakeGuy123 Active Member

    My Kraken 7.1 v2 works fine, has worked since I got it.
     
  4. FearLezZ1990

    FearLezZ1990 Active Member

    Well, I was all in with the Pro V2 but since everyone is recommending the 7.1 V2 I´m not that sure anymore :/
    Is the surround sound feeling that much of a difference? I also got the surround pro in synapse.
     
  5. SnakeGuy123

    SnakeGuy123 Active Member

    Ehh, not sure. The mic is definitely better.
     
  6. Eiolei

    Eiolei Active Member

    It does make difference if you set it up right in Synapse.
     
  7. mrsun87

    mrsun87 Active Member

    Well usb is universal and some laptops and computers comes with one audio jack that is a combo for both mic and sound.
     
  8. PT.Singer

    PT.Singer Jedi Master

    So is this an endorsement of USB, 3.5mm, or both, because you're not wrong . . . just trying to understand what you're saying with this statement.
     
  9. RushGameShow

    RushGameShow New Member

    Ich denke 3.5mm besser, weil ich es nutzen mit viel Technik kann...
    Radio, mp3 Player, Smarphone, ...
     
  10. Dudses

    Dudses New Member

    I think usb port does better with audio, but if you have a phone you could use 3.5 on it.
     
  11. haloboi

    haloboi Active Member

    While I prefer 3.5mm. It is best to get one that supports both for premium sound
     
  12. Katana_x_II7

    Katana_x_II7 Well-Known Member

    a lot of people are suggesting to get a 3.5mm headset because i could use it on my phone as well. this would be purely a gaming headset to use on my computer. I have plenty of headphones i can use on my phone already :) So i was wondering what advantages or disadvantages 3.5mm or USB headsets would have while playing games
     
  13. Older computers may not come with integrated sound, but always have USB headers. This may not be a concern for many gamers, but is something to be wary of if you are mainly using computers.
     
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