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K1LL4CL4N

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PostedApr 24, 2012 8:12 pm

AVA gaming gear

This is a little guide on good gaming gear. Most of this stuff you can get on ebay, NEW for a good price.

Headphones-


Gamecom777- 50-80$

+High sound
+Hear long range loud and clear
+Strong cables, hard to break
+Good mic

=Sorta weird adapters
=Decent price

-Not as many customizations
-No base/treble adjustment


Logitech G35- 75-150$
+Good sound quality
+Comfortable
+Many things like voice changers
+Good mic
+Warrants work like a charm on these if they break

-Customizing sound can cause distortions if dont incorrectly.
-Break easily
-Not as loud as Gamecoms


Astro A40 Sound system- 250-300$
+Amazing sound quality
+Sound can be loud as you want
+Mix Amp

-Heavy
-Price

Mice-

Steel series Xai mouse- 80$
+Great customization
+Feels good and smooth
+Good dpi choices

-Bad laser (maybe some acceleration or deceleration)


Razer Lachesis 5600- 80$

+Small for people who like small mouses
+Easily slides across mouse pad

-Laser is easily blocked by hairs or anything on keyboard
-Has acceleration. Not as consistent

Zowie AM 50-80$

+No acceleration or prediction
+Consistent
+Easy to use, feels really good
+ Left button a little slower so easier for guns like para

-No customizations by software (but has dpi adjustment buttons and side buttons)
- Crappy mousewheel
-Might accidentally hit side buttons at first
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ramsisthe3rd

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PostedApr 24, 2012 9:26 pm
By good price you obviously did not mean cheep Sad

SnowShovel_AVA

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PostedApr 25, 2012 7:17 am
if you don't own and use the products then don't recommend them or discredit them. What is the point of this "guide" anyway? There's no useful information, gaming gear is subjective.

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PostedApr 25, 2012 7:51 am
If u want cheap but good quality mouse go for A4tech Im using the XL-747H I bought it for 17 euro 5 months ago. They use cheaper construction materials but good laser and the overal performance is really good for this price.

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K1LL4CL4N

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PostedApr 25, 2012 1:48 pm
Snow I have used all the products listed except astro a40's

ramsisthe3rd

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PostedApr 25, 2012 2:08 pm
SnowShovel_AVA wrote:
if you don't own and use the products then don't recommend them or discredit them. What is the point of this "guide" anyway? There's no useful information, gaming gear is subjective.  


I'm pretty sure he owns the mouses or he would not be able to give such detailed discriptions. And also, I think he wanted to start a discussion over gaming gear.

uxys

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PostedApr 25, 2012 2:10 pm
the only thing you really need is this:

Razer Goliathus Extended Mouse Pad (or any similar product when it comes to the SIZE)

SnowShovel_AVA

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PostedApr 25, 2012 10:50 pm
astro a40s are not heavy at all lol. and you cant crank them as loud as you want.

the lachesis is a joke, who on earth would want to use that mouse shape or that sensor

as for mousepads the bigger the better haha
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