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Plantronics GameCom 367 Closed-Ear Gaming Headset

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  • Closed-ear headset delivers an immersive audio experience.
  • Concealed mic boom stays hidden until you're ready to use it.
  • Specially designed earpods redistribute pressure for maximum comfort.
  • In-line volume and mic-mute controls allow for easy audio adjustment.
  • GameCom 367 is for PC only
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Product Description

The closed-ear GameCom 367 headset delivers an immersive audio experience with 50 mm stereo speakers and specially designed earpods that redistribute pressure for maximum comfort. When you're ready to fire off orders, unveil the hidden, noise-canceling mic boom to strategize clearly with team members. Responses coming in - Adjust audio levels using in-line volume and mic-mute controls. When you're done, rotate, and tuck the mic boom inside the headset - then let your score do the talking. As with any Plantronics headset, rugged, military-like design and extra-strength cables keep your hardware hardcore - game after game after game.Gamecom 367 cord length is 6.5 feet (2 meters).

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001E45XT4
  • Item model number: Gamecom367
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (635 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at September 28, 2008

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191 of 197 people found the following review helpful By CDC on August 31, 2010
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Before deciding on this model of headphones, I had debated between the Creative Fatality's, Sennheiser 350's, and Audio Technica ATH-AD700's. I almost went with the AD700's but wanted a headset with an integrated mic, I wouldn't feel bad about loosing or throwing into a bag for travel, sounded decent, and didn't cost an arm and a leg (ruling out the Sennheiser's, as well). It was a difficult debate, to be sure. As you can guess, in the end, I went with the Gamecom's. Having now owned them for about a week, I now wish to offer my review.


Overall quality of this headset is very good. As others have noted, the majority of the headset consists of a sturdy, durable plastic that feels as though it will last for years. The ear pads are covered in a black velour that, while very soft and comfortable, will attract dust and hair very easily. Also, I don't know if any of the pads are replaceable. If not, they should be.

The mic folding up into the headset is a very nice touch. However, it does rub up against the headphone itself so that it never stays tucked in all the way. Further, when rotating the mic down to mouth level, it tends to scrape along the raised edge of the headphone. This will eventually begin to show signs of wear.

The cable is a very nice, thick gauge. The volume dial feels very solid and is constructed of the same plastic as the headset itself. It is a few inches further from the headset than I prefer, but that is easily solved with the on-cable clip. The y-split at the end of the cable is set with a rubber cover and the cables after the split are pretty short, thus limiting its functionality. This could be a problem for some.
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98 of 111 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 8, 2010
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Okay so... I read all the comments about this headset before I purchased it; and I was a little leary. BUT LET ME TELL YOU SOMETHING MISTER or MISSES or YOU GENDER NEUTRAL PERSON!
I have used it for 4 hour gaming sessions and watching movies.
It is quite comfortable on the large noggin and the sound quality is great.
This is my first part of Closed-Ear headphone and let me tell you something. When the kids come a cryin' or the wife wants to talk about the neglected state of the kitchen, i have to remove them to hear the conversation over the sniper bullets wizzing by my head... ORRRR I just continue to lay down covering fire as if I can't hear anything.
The mic works great. Love how it stows away for non-chat games or movie.
Very comfortable... OH OH OH... the head phone are not your typical plasto-leatherly feeling material. They are more like a soft felt. So there is no temperature discomfort for prolonged use. No sticking to your skin or sweating.
The cord is nice and heavy so it feels pretty durable.
The only thing that may feel cheap to you is the volume wheel, but it does its job. I rarely adjust the volume from there since I have volume control on the keyboard.
So my only gripe is... errr... ahhh... that I'm not getting PAID to write this review.
BUY THE DARN THING ALREADY!!! Click it now... click it now... you know you want too. You won't be disappointed.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Blacksmithking on April 9, 2009
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I bought these to replace another Plantronics set that I broke. They sound decent (if a little tinny), and the microphone does what it needs to do.

The microphone doesn't immediately stick out in front of your mouth, but you can bend it into shape as long as you don't care about sliding it back into the headphone band. I don't care to hide the mircophone, anyway. This set already has the "military chopper pilot" look, so you may as well complete it with the microphone.

These headphones leak a bit more than the last set I used, so they're not useful for quiet listening when someone else is in the room. If you're trying to game at night without waking up the house, then they'll do. Overall it's a decent heaphone set for the price.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By chris on February 10, 2010
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For me they are pretty comfortable, and the ear cups are pretty big so that is nice. The audio sounds great and the mic is very clear. For the price of 30 dollars they are great buy if you are looking for a decent headset.

I am personally using these for my PS3 with the help of a USB sound card :). They work great on that. People say they can hear me fine and I can hear things moving around me. This was a much cheaper deal than paying $60-70 dollars for turtle beach or the $100+ for Tritton. Usb Soundcards are around 3 dollars and you may want to get a 3.5mm extension jack because the split from the mic jack and the headphone jack is pretty short.

To get this to work with your PS3 you plug the USB soundcard into your PS3 and plug the 3.5mm mic jack into the appropriate slot on the card and then use the extension cable to plug the 3.5mm sound jack into your TVs 3.5mm audio slot. Go into your ps3 settings and set the input to the USB soundcard and the output to your TV.

Overall it was around 35 bucks total for a complete PS3 Headset.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By C. dias on September 16, 2011
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There are a lot of good reviews already posted so I'm mainly here to say that this headset works with PS3. I found a few reviews saying after buying the syba stereo audio adapter associated with the product post that the headset can only output audio for the voice chat which is true. In order to make the headset work you need to purchase this,

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which is a male RCA adapter (those red and white plugs used to input output audio) with a female 3.5mm headphone jack. I'm using a HDMI cable so to get the audio to output to an RCA you will need to plug in the PS3 analog cable that outputs to 3 RCAs: red, white, and yellow. The audio adapter will let you plug the headset right into this cable and will let you hear in game audio along side game chat. Because I have audio outputing to HDMI and the analog cable, I had to set the audio settings to multi to out put to both cables at once. The syba adapter is straight forward and most people posted they were able to get it to work, so I'm not explainig it.

I specificly bought this set up to play Black Ops. This is my first headset and I didn't want to dump a bunch of money into something that may not work for me. I must say you get more than you pay for absolutly. As far as the mic is concerned I believe people can hear me because I don't have to repeat what I say. The audio is loud and vivid. When it is all quiet and a sniper rifle goes off it can be startling. While sitting still I do get the notion that people are walking from left to right but can not determine if the steps are infront or back of my current position.
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