Plantronics Gamecom 777 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset
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Gamers can be awfully picky when it comes to their headsets. When you’re talking about something that you keep wrapped around your head for hours at a time, there’s a lot of things to consider. Not only do you want a great audio experience, you also want your microphone to perform well so you can keep in communication with your team and the headset also has to be comfortable enough to keep you from feeling like your skull and ears are being crushed.
Plantronics’ 777 gaming headset has been around in its 5.1 surround sound setup for a while now, and has been a good choice for gamers that want a surround sound experience in a comfortable headset. Plantronics decided to upgrade this headset to a Dolby 7.1 setup, but skipped on changing the name. This may be confusing for some customers, as you have to make sure when you pick it up off store shelves that you are getting the 7.1 version. I haven’t personally experienced the 5.1 headset, but I was very interested in what this 7.1 headset had to offer. Let’s see if this gives gamers the leg up they need to improve their game play and delivers the audio experience that keeps you coming back for more.
Plantronics, Inc. introduced the first lightweight communications headset in 1962 and is today the world's leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of lightweight communications headset products. Plantronics headsets are widely used in many Fortune 500 corporations and have been featured in numerous films and high profile events, including the historic "One small step for man" transmission from the moon in 1969. Plantronics offers mobile headsets to address the cordless and mobile phone market, next-generation computer audio headset products for computer applications and corded and cordless headsets and systems for the office, small office/home office and contact centers. Plantronics is a publicly held company (NYSE: PLT) headquartered in Santa Cruz, California with offices in 20 countries, including major facilities in Mexico, Tennessee, England and The Netherlands. Plantronics products are sold and supported through a worldwide network of authorized Plantronics partners, and are available through retail and consumer electronics stores.