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Plantronics 3D Surround Sound Gaming Headset (USB Full Range Stereo) (Audio 770)


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  • 3D Audio Immersion, compatible with Windows & Macintosh
  • Use an analog connection into your PC or the USB sound card
  • The noise cancelling microphone reduces background noise and brings the boom close to your mouth to minimize background noise.
  • USB digitally enhanced surround technology delivers huge, virtual 3D surround sound.
  • The open-ear design lets you strategize and play in real time with your teammates and hear your surroundings. Superb stereo sound and strong bass performance optimize your audio experience.
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Product Description

Plantronic Virtual Surround Sound HeadsetVirtual SurroundSound Headset- Plantronics .Audio 770 headset- Over-the-head design- USB - Digitally-enhanced virtual surround sound 3D audio and strong bass performance ensure that you don't just hear the game - you feel it- Super-light, adjustable headband and pillow-soft ear cushions- Digitally-enhanced virtual surroundsound - Open-ear design - 3D audio - Full-range stereo -Dual connectivity option (USB or 3.5mm analog)- QuickAdjust microphone boom - Noise-cancelingmicrophone - Super-light, full-range adjustable headband - Pillow-soft earcushions - BlackPL.AUDIO770

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.8 x 9.5 x 4.2 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000VEHT7W
  • Item model number: .AUDIO 770
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 24, 2007

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Customer Reviews

Overall build quality is excellent, construction seems very sturdy.
Ziggy
The microphone becoame loose after just a couple of days and there is no locking mechanism to keep it up.
Herdy Gerdy
If there were a cheaper headset with the same or better comfort, I'd recommend it as a spare over this.
Anon

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Terry Mesnard VINE VOICE on May 8, 2008
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I have been a Logitech fan for many years and purchase their products for a lot of my computer accessories. Unfortunately, I have been burned one too many times on their headsets. So, when my last Logitech headset went the way of the dodo bird, I thought, "enough's enough!" After doing a lot of research, I settled on the Plantronics 770 Headset and it has satisified most, but not all, of my complaints.

My biggest complaint with every single Logitech headset I've used has been the comfort factor. Since I use my headsets to game, particularly online gaming, comfort is a huge selling point for me. The 770 succeeds in this requirement in a number of ways. The ear cups are very large and engulf my entire ear, as opposed to crushing them to my head. Bye-bye headaches.

Additionally, the engineering behind the way it fits on your head is perfect, if silly-looking. I never feel like I have to make the headset shape to my head; the bending wires easily stretch to fit, increasing the comfort. In fact, I could wear these for hours without really even noticing they're on. That said, they look like some prehistoric monstrosity cruel dentists would use on their patients to fix teeth and aren't in any way, shape or form hip.

The sound quality is great with booming bass and high quality highs. It feels full and deep, whether you're gaming or listening to music. I am really dubious that it's "3D Surround Sound," but it has a nice, full, well-rounded sound that I can't really complain. The sound does "surround" you, but for those looking for a headset to tell where, exactly, a bullet is coming from...keep looking. Also, the headset isn't a noise-canceling one; not a problem, but keep that in mind if you're wanting to shut out outside noises.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Cari P. on November 1, 2007
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I bought this to replace an older Plantronics headset, and I was extremely impressed as soon as I took it out of the package. First of all, the design is pretty much perfect. The padding on the cups doesn't even touch your ears and it's a soft, super comfortable material--you almost can't feel them! This is great for gamers, you can spend hours wearing this headset while gaming with no discomfort at all. With my old headset, I had to take it off after a while because it hurt my ears.

The sound is very clear and reasonable quality for this kind of headset, a definite upgrade from my older one. The microphone is great too, I use it a lot during games and I've had people tell me the sound is much clearer now that I upgraded to this headset.

I'd recommend this to anyone looking for a comfortable, quality headset/mic at a reasonable price.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By John Carbaugh on December 21, 2007
I've owned this set for almost exactly two months now. What others have said -- that the swivel mic falls down to the chin after repeated use -- are true and it's an annoying problem, though I use a piece of tape on the side of the headset to keep the mic part in place.

I find the headset to be incredibly comfortable. I'm 5'9", just in case that matters. My ears, to my knowledge, are of average size.

The USB part is nice, and the wires don't bother me, especially since they're longer than I expected.

I hadn't noticed the lack of surround sound until I read the reviews just now and realized that it's true. If it does surround sound, then it's either not implemented well, or Team Fortress 2 doesn't support surround sound, something I'm highly doubtful of.

Still, I give it 4 stars. It could be a lot better, but I've known of PLENTY that are far worse, and therefore these 4 stars are relative to the experience of other similarly-priced but horribly made headsets.

Hope this helps.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dr. G on November 26, 2007
I have had the .Audio 770 for a few months. Up until recent I was very happy and would have rated the set at 5. I'm glad I waited.

Researching various HS, I was unable to come to any definitive choice and there was certainly a dearth of information on this one. To this date I cannot Google the Audio 770 with any reasonable reviews.

I chose this HS based on its specs for gaming AND using Dragon Naturally Speaking. Both do the job well. However, of late, the boom itself has become loose and there is no way to keep the mic from falling to the chin or worse, throat. This could mean poor Skype or dictation without fixing the boom with a mod.

Of a lesser of two evils, the earpieces, although fairly comfortable, can compress the outer margins of (some) ears. Perhaps I am little like Dumbo I don't know, but for this user, its just something to note.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ziggy on January 5, 2008
All in all, the .audio 770 a very high-quality headset and I highly recommend it to any computer user interested in buying headphones.

Build:
The earcups of the headset are large and square-ish. Weight is supported by a band that goes over the top of the head and is connected to earcups by auto-extending wires. This is nice since no adjustment is needed for comfortable use. Above this headband are two sleeved structural wires that are what really holds the headset together. Overall build quality is excellent, construction seems very sturdy. I have only had these a couple of days, but the least strong part seems the mic boom. rough use could conceivably dislodge it.

Comfort:
These are easily the most comfortable headphones I have ever worn. As has been said before, the earpads are a very soft, velvety material. The earcups are so large that they do not even touch my ears, making this one of the few truly superaural headphones. Although this headset is quite heavy, the headband supports the weight nicely. However, the user's neck may become a little sore in some positions. My ears do become slightly warm during use, but this is in no way uncomfortable and can be compared to wearing a soft woolen hat that covers only the ears. I have no problem wearing these for several hours at a time.

Audio:
Although I have not listened to true audiophile equipment, to my ear these sound excellent. I watched "The Two Towers" with these and it sounded as if I was in the theater. I was able to hear thing I had never heard before, able to catch bits of dialouge spoken in the background during battle sequences. Sounds like horns and the Nazgul's shrieks became so much more immersive than with other gear.
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