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Old 05-28-2006, 09:12 AM   #16
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I would get the non-USB version. Generally, USB ones sound good, but can sometimes run into problems. I have heard from fellow CS: Source players that theirs have 'kicked' out from time to time during gameplay.

I have never had that happen, and I have used USB before. There is really no sound difference really been either. You may as well get whichever you prefer. If you are planning to plug these into your speakers, then it may be just as easy to get the USB version. That way you won't have a long ass cord all over your desk.
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