Gamer headset/headphones with seperate mic

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I am actually looking for the same kind of thing but i am more interested in directional sound more then the quality. The mic has to be good quality as well. Don't want sound like i am underwater as communication is the key for me.

Under £100.00 and must be extremly comfortable for long hours of play preferably one where i cannot hear outside noise form the headset.
i hear the goldring Goldring DR-150 are great for games but i am also hearing the sennheiser 555 are as well? Which one would be better.

Links to a good reputable company who sells them would be great as well if its not available on overclockers
Any recomendations?

*Note i have had medusa's and they lasted for 3 months before falling apart. Poor build quality IMO. My m8 bought 2 and they have both fallen apart as well.
 
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If good directional sound is a primary requisite then you might want to see about getting a decent soundcard if you dont have one already?
 
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i got a realtek hd audio inbuilt i assume its not that great so card reccomendation as well would be good :)
 
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ok searching around a lot more i decided on

Goldring DR150s or Sennheiser HD555.

but i am not really sure whats better for gaming. Also still taking reccomendations on a sound card for gaming.

Thanks again in advance
 
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okie dokie. Decided on a hd555 with clip mic and creative labs X-fi.

Sound good?(no pun intended)
 
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