Plantronics have achieved a level of great audio reproduction, and this can be seen clearly in their GameCom line of PC gaming headset. Today we take a good look at their top of the line Dolby digital 7.1 surround sound headsets. The Plantronics GameCom 777 which was released last year and the new Beats in the room the GameCom 780 released in Jan of 2012. Here we gauge and judge the level of craftsmanship, from build quality to the sound test to see which is the best Plantronics Gaming Headset between the Plantronics GameCom 780 and the GameCom 777
The GameCom 777 has got powerful 40mm speakers, which are enclosed in a padded ear cups, with the left ear cup housing a retractable mic that can be neatly talking away. The headphones are retractable to fit various head sizes. with each ear cup having some adjustability for comfort. This gaming headset features Dolby headphone 7-channel audio technology. Which can only be accessed by using the USB sound card dongle, that bring out the full versatility of the headset. Check out the full review for the Plantronics GameCom 777 here
The Game 780 headphones feel light and comfortable, and allow for ease use. Plus the spin-joints let the earpods lay flat for easy storage as well as easy placement around the neck. The mic is retractable mic doesn’t tuck into the head-piece but swivel up to the side of the ear piece itself, you also have you Dolby control but as well as mic mute and volume button on one of the head pieces.The sound quality for the headphones are outstanding,; clear crisp and clear, giving you the ability to hear teammates properly, you can clear differentiate between in-game sounds. For gunshots, to footsteps and more. It truly enhances the gaming experience. Plus the built-in noise cancelling feature ensures you don’t get any outside interference during your gaming session. Check out the full review for the Plantronics GameCom 780 here
Both Plantronics headsets are worth every penny in purchase, but it is quite clear. Who the winner of this Battle vide is. The GameCom 780, which first off showed better sound range and clarity on listen test. Pus has a lighter frame with adjustable earcups for easy listening. it also has the Dolby digital 7.1 surround sound built-in, so no need for a dongle and has a higher sound range than the GameCom 777. The GamecCom 777 is that far off but it is clear that the headset to get is the GameCom 780 and Plantronics really went all out in perfecting in audio and PC gaming.