Wednesday, February 29th 2012

Plantronics' GameCom 780 Gaming Headset Goes On Sale

Announced early this year, at CES 2012, Plantronics' GameCom 780 Gaming Headset has now become available for purchase in Europe. The 780 offers a 7.1 surround sound experience (thanks to the Dolby Headphone and Pro Logic IIx technologies) and features 40 mm drivers, ultra-comfortable ear cushions and headband, a noise-canceling microphone, on-ear volume and mute buttons, built-in spin-joints (that let the earpods lay flat for easy storage), and USB connectivity.

The GameCom 780 can be bought for 49.90 Euro.
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5 Comments on Plantronics' GameCom 780 Gaming Headset Goes On Sale

#1
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
NICE! I have the 367 gamcon and I like them!
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Mindweaver
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Hell yea! Finally they changed the hug plastic band that broke on my 367 GamCon's and my current 777 GamCon not broke.. When my 777 brake's i'll buy these! :toast: knock on wood! I don't want my 777's to brake.. but just saying.. lol My 777 are kickass! :toast:
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v12dock
by: Mindweaver
Hell yea! Finally they changed the hug plastic band that broke on my 367 GamCon's and my current 777 GamCon not broke.. When my 777 brake's i'll buy these! :toast: knock on wood! I don't want my 777's to brake.. but just saying.. lol My 777 are kickass! :toast:
lolol I have repaired my 777s well over 10 times... Hot glue, electrical tape, aluminum tape, wood glue, JD weld, super glue, various epoxies... I have used well over a dozen of adhesive products
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Mindweaver
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by: v12dock
lolol I have repaired my 777s well over 10 times... Hot glue, electrical tape, aluminum tape, wood glue, JD weld, super glue, various epoxies... I have used well over a dozen of adhesive products
lol yea I hot glued and duck taped the shit out of my 367's...lol I'd still be wearing them, but one day newegg had the 777's on sale for $49.99 and I jumped all over it. And WOW how much better the 777's are compared to the 367's... I was amazed.. hehehe :toast:
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anonymous6366
by: v12dock
lolol I have repaired my 777s well over 10 times... Hot glue, electrical tape, aluminum tape, wood glue, JD weld, super glue, various epoxies... I have used well over a dozen of adhesive products
I used nails as splints then wraped electrical tape around it to hold it together :)
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