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Skype vs. Teamspeak

#1XTC_XtraCrispyPosted 6/1/2012 2:28:24 AM
Which one is better for gaming with real life friends?
#2ygfbvPosted 6/1/2012 2:48:02 AM
teamspeak. ventrilo is better than either of them.
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#3G1ANT_SQU1DPosted 6/1/2012 4:28:22 AM
ygfbv posted...
teamspeak. ventrilo is better than either of them.


No

Teamspeak
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#4Tyranius2Posted 6/1/2012 4:36:38 AM
Teamspeak

Skype doesn't have push to talk which is a joke
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#5420FatalPosted 6/1/2012 4:40:58 AM
mumble
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#6Orestes417Posted 6/1/2012 4:44:13 AM
Skype's decent for small scale things, Teamspeak is great when you need a few hundred people in a channel at once. Personally I wouldn't use either. Mumble or Ventrilo are what I use most, with a preference for Mumble
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#7CheeseCurlsPosted 6/1/2012 4:46:40 AM
for server admins NOTHING beats teamspeak, id even say user experience teamspeak i also the best, quick easy options menus for setting up ur mic, easy testing etc

it also has extremely simple change volume option for individual users client side, of which is buried in ventrilo

so Teamspeak >>>>>>>> Mumble > Ventrilo > Skype
#8snesmaster40Posted 6/1/2012 4:46:44 AM
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#9XjphPosted 6/1/2012 4:49:52 AM
ygfbv posted...
teamspeak. ventrilo is better than either of them.


Before Teamspeak 3 came out, sure.
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#10r0ge00Posted 6/1/2012 5:32:12 AM
CheeseCurls posted...
it also has extremely simple change volume option for individual users client side, of which is buried in ventrilo


http://wow.joystiq.com/2007/08/01/how-to-normalize-your-ventrilo-settings/

Never worry about individual volumes again.