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My advice to you, if you care about sound quality, don't get a headset. Get a pair of headphones and a separate mic. If you don't care about sound quality, get a headset with the most reputable build quality.
A big draw back to doing it that way is the game sound when someone chats is god awful as you have to have it set to play through speakers. Doing that atm and it is awful.
my steel series headset came with a little mixamp thing. i cant remember if i had to pay extra for it.. if i did im sure it wasnt more than 10 bucks. alternatively you could just buy an astro mixamp and it should work no problem, but im pretty certain those are decently expensive
wow strafing tryhards, i always stand still so the bullets can hit me. Whenever someone trys to dodge my shots i know they're a virgin LMAO