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Logitech G Pro Headset $69, Cooler Master MH-752 Headset $83.30, LucidSound LS35X Wireless Headset $174 @ JB Hi-Fi

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Great prices on these excellent gaming headsets, probably the cheapest seen so far for these yet. Part of JB Hi-Fi's Black Friday sale.

The Logitech G Pro is the cheapest I've ever seen it, and is an absolute bargain at that price ($99+ elsewhere)

Can personally vouch for the Cooler Master MH752 headset https://www.jbhifi.com.au/products/cooler-master-mh752-gamin... - excellent sound, build quality and microphone for the price, and very comfortable for average to larger heads. Very highly regarded online, despite being somewhat of a niche brand and hard to find in stores ($4.99 delivery if you opt for this one, doesn't look to be stocked in store at JB Hi-Fi).

The LucidSound L35X https://www.jbhifi.com.au/products/lucidsound-ls35x-wireless... is the pick of the bunch if you're looking for a wireless headset that will natively connect to the Xbox One, without needing to connect a 3.5mm cable to the controller. Almost half the price of the comparable Steelseries Arctis 9X, and usually priced at $249 elsewhere.

Enjoy!

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2019

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  • +2

    Very very good price on mh752

    Cannot recomend it enough

    • I read a bunch of reviews saying build quality is an issue with the MH752? Like failing after 2-4 months of use. How the build quality for yours?

      • +1

        It's on par with the HyperX headsets, such as the more expensive Cloud II, as both the MH752 and Cloud II are rebadged versions of Takstar Pro headsets - I personally haven't heard of any widespread build quality issues, and mine has been perfect. Of course, in the sub-$100 headset range, there's the decent possibility of getting a bad one, but it should be a simple swap over with the 2 year warranty provided by Cooler Master on these.

        • Yup, but keep in mind both of these are audibly inferior to the original Takstars (Pro 80 for the Cloud, Pro 82 for the MH751/752), so if you have a desktop mic, the current recommendation would be to get a Pro 82 from the TakstarAudio Store (specifically that name, they use the same driver batches as Cooler Master) on AliE.

          With 15% cashback and a decent coupon set, you should be able to buy a pair for under $70 tomorrow.

          For build quality, the gaming versions win, but the Takstar Pro 82 delivers much better quality audio than the MH751.

          EDIT: the MH751 is priced at $69.30, you might want to include that in your listing:

          https://www.jbhifi.com.au/products/cooler-master-mh751-gamin...

      • I bought mine back in July, wear them for a few hours a few nights a week playing pubg.
        No issues so far and definitely recommend them even at rrp.
        Sooo comfortable and light

  • Mh752 great cans , bought after reading numerous reviews , highly recommend DAC/AMP or they will sound average

    • You might want to recommend the MH751 then, as the 752 comes with a USB DAC/Amp.

  • Thanks OP, purchased the Logitech headset and used a RACQ e-gift card for a total of $66.50.

  • Thanks OP … matched at officeworks.

    • Matched or beaten by 5%?

  • +2

    Logitech G Pro Headset sold out ? getting page error

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