V-MODA BoomPro Gaming/VoIP Headphone with Microphone - Black
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- Professional-Grade, Flexible, microphone avec perche amovible
- Crystal Clear Ultimate clarté de voix
- Fonctionne avec de nombreux Manufacturer's Casque
- Y-adapter 3,5 mm inclus
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Transforme instantanément votre casque en un professionnel BoomPro Casque pour gaming, business, skype, podcasting et de prendre vos appels tout sécurité unique SteelFlex conception flexible vous permet de positionner et de maintenir le mic en place pour une ergonomie et se cacher sur le côté lorsque vous ne l'utilisez ce câble pratique clip vous permet de positionner la rotatif du volume et mise en position muette sur reach BoomPro V-MODA universellement Compatible avec tout autour de votre oreille et un casque ainsi que de nombreuses autres fabricants qui dispose d'un casque de 3,5 mm Câble détachable avec Beats.
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Concernant le microphone : tout simplement parfait. La qualité audio est bien supérieure à mon ancien ModMic 4.0 et un poil meilleur que mon précédent Sennheiser Game One. A voir dans la durée. :)
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First and foremost, this item (BoomPro) is a 3.5mm jack, and the M50x is a 2.5mm jack. so the jack won't even fit into the audio technica headphones. you will need to go to your local radio shack to find a 3.5mm fem to 2.5mm male adapter. as shown in my picture, you specifically need to get the BARREL fitment because the hole in the audio technicas where you would plug into the headset is a bit deep. another crucial and very important step that needs to be taken is the removal process of the locking mechanism that the m50x has. as all owners should know, the headphones allow you to remove the cable, but it comes with a special cable(s) where it makes you to twist and lock the cable so its snug and won't yank out. it is very simple, and if you type in the YouTube search " audio technica athm50x removing lock mechanism" someone posted a very easy tutorial on how to remove it so any 2.5mm jack can work with the headset. its as easy as removing 8 screws total, removal of the locking mechanism, then screws back on.
I played Call of Duty with my friends, and on there end they said they can hear me loud and clear. I've had no issues thus far at the time of the review, and I can happily say the audio technicas sound great as a gaming headset for both audio and mic.
as a disclosure, i use this gaming headset for my xbox one. you need to buy the audio adapter for this to work properly. the adapter allows you to control the gaming volume and chat volume separately. i had issues where when i tried to turn up the chat volume, the gaming volume would simultaneously turn up as well.. which was extremely annoying because if both were on full blast, it was hard to hear the chat over all the gun fire playing call of duty. so because of personal preference, i wanted chat volume at max while having the gaming volume from low-mid volume. i was able to fix this issue by replacing the xbox one audio adapter. so if anyone else runs into this problem, its not the BoomPro, it will most likely be a faulty xbox one adapter
360 flexibility of mic
Ability to add any quality headphones with the product!
Cable is a little short for what i'm used to for my PC setup, for any console users its probably a little long.
The volume rocker is a little weighted and close to mic. I know shirt clip, etc. but along with the cable length I feel cut short. and the weight you can notice a drag.
Probably from constantly fiddling with the boom to adjust it, I've broken the cable after only 6 months. I'm going to have to buy another one because I like my V-Moda's so much, but overall the solution is not as good as my Audio Technica ATH-AG1 headphones with a rigid microphone.
I got my replacement BoomPro a few days ago and it works flawlessly. No difference in audio quality. Updated to 5 stars, as this mic is in a class of its own, and a much nicer and cleaner of having a mic attached to your headphones (most headphones that have a 3.5mm jack on one of the ear cups; those that come with a detachable cable) for gaming.
I bought this mic to pair up with my V-Moda Crossfade LP2 headphones (soon to have the M100's!) for gaming and phone calls.
After doing some research, I found there's not many options in this type of mic. Beyerdnyamic makes one that plugs in the same way, and you can actually detach the mic part, but it's twice the price. Other than that, there's the modmic and several others that require an extra cable. So for my purposes (PS4 gaming and cell phone calls), I wanted a solution that only uses a single cable, and plugs directly into my headphones.
As with all of V-Moda's gear, the build quality is phenomenal. Nothing is creaky or loose, the cable is plenty long (79"), it has the kevlar coating on the cord and the steelflex boomarm work great. It easily bends where needed and stays put. Both the mute button and volume control work as they should and don't feel cheap, and the shirt clip also feels very solid. Other than not including a windscreen, I have no complaints whatsoever regarding build quality. Regarding windscreens, these fit perfectly (nice and snug), work great at blocking out wind noise while maintaining crystal clear voice quality, and are a steal at under 5 bucks for 8 windscreens.
In regards to voice audio, the BoomPro mic works great. My voice is heard loud and clear and no one I've spoken to while wearing the BoomPro mic has complained.
Now in regards to audio quality on my end, there seems to be an issue. When using either the standard audio-only cable or the one button speakeasy cable that came with my LP2's, the audio is loud and clear. Music comes through with plenty of volume. When using the BoomPro mic, the music audio seems to be slightly lower. I'm not sure if this is by design or if I got a defective mic, but I have a replacement on the way to try out. In addition, I'll be further testing the BoomPro mic with some other audio devices and with different headphones to see if that makes a difference. Note that the audio volume doesn't decrease by a lot; just a tad, hence the single star deduction. If my mic turns out to be defective, I'll be updating my review to 5 stars.
I'll update once I get the replacement and I do some more testing.
So I did some research and found out that V-Moda makes a microphone that I could easily attach to my current headset. Just took off the wire that I normally use and plugged this in. Wow. Night and day. I retained the brilliant audio signature of the M100 and now also enjoyed a great sounding microphone. The people I game with said it was crisp and clear and a big step up from whatever I had been using.
If you're a gamer, please know that there's absolutely no good reason to settle for the lesser quality of gaming headsets.
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