This is something that I thought I would have been rid of by now. You know how you always seem to manage to ruin your headsets? Either by damaging the cables, causing it to take damage from hitting the floor, or even just from ordinary day-to-day usage. So after ruining about my tenth pair of headsets in a few years, I thought I would finally get something done about this crap. At first I set my sights at some wireless ones that could be worn all around the apartment (seriously, never having to take my headset off? Amazing!). But in the end, they weren't reviewed as very good performance-wise, and I (stupidly, might I add) went back to the corded crap. Not any corded crap this time around though, I decided to get the Sennheiser HD 650, as recommended by a friend. For a good reason too actually, not only are they good but you can also have the cables replaced by just purchasing new ones. Makes it a bit cheaper than having to buy a new pair entirely,
So after about a year of working just fine. It hit me today like a ton of bricks. My left speaker in the headset has started to bug out. It's that glitchy thing, where if you move around it a bit you get your sound back, and if you then move out of position again it's gone. So that's it for me for a while, not more gaming.
It's a really god damn frustrating sound too, I mean they don't stop working entirely either. You can go on for a while and say "hmm, well if I just hold it like this it seems to work, so sure I'll just not fixing it nor get a new one.
I'm seriously fuming when the glitching goes too bad, I start screaming loudly in my apartment to let my rage out. This is one of the things I hate the very very most right now.
I think I'll be drifting off to sleep now, even though it's the middle of the day here. Fell asleep a couple of times while writing the post, the bed is looking mighty comfy right now..