Told wrong. Mission accomplished, good work Noble Six.
AKG has really great headphones, and the 700 series are stylish and sound amazing. There's a lot of options I can throw at you, Cloud 2's are decent, by no means bad and with headsets it's like furniture it's all on your taste and need. I'll guess and say you're gaming and use them generally, do you have any interest in getting a better mic? If so would you be looking into making audio through your mic/headphones actually sound clearer? Being use of DACs, mixers, amps/preamps, getting an actual mic and headphones instead of a headset?
Sound BlasterX G6
I personally use this DAC, can honestly say it's one of the easiest to use and install. It's Ohm range is insane and can surprisingly even power a few of my condenser mics. Has it's own EQ and works nicely. Haven't had any problems with it.
Good DAC, and has phantom power at one of the lowest costs you could ever get.
Got these some ago, loved them so much I gave them to my niece along with completing her audio setup for her gaming PC.
I would challenge anyone to find a more widely used pair of HEADPHONES. Not headset, there is a major difference. One lies about audio quality, these DO NOT.
Tried, tested, true.
beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO
I literally use these for adjusting my mic for voice over recordings in my studio. Love them.
beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro
I use these every day, though while I'm listening to music I have these playing through a mixer because the bass on any open back headphones just leaks out and these are no exception. Quality is amazing, super comfy, gives you an insane sound stage too.
Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum
The macro keys didn't work, hated the idiotic RGB, but wireless was awesome and it had a really kick ass distance for me and considering all the junk I have in terms of electronics and I didn't have problems. Nice.
Literally the most badass looking headset I ever owned, loved these with all my heart, they gave a wicked amount of bass, the mic being a boom arm and detachable when these released was unheard of and just stellar.
Really solid dynamic mic that can give you some amazing quality in mids and lows but does leave a bit to be desired without an amp, or mixer for highs.
This mic legit travels the world for everyone. SHURE has the name now everyone knows thanks to streamers and for good reason. Their mics absolutely destroy background noise and elevate the speaker to a breathtaking quality.
Blue Yeti Nano
Can you ever go wrong with a Blue mic?
Need SHURE quality without the markup? Rode.
Want the cleaniest most precise sound, but can't make a jump to an XLR? Rode gives you XLR audio with a USB mic.
Samson G-Track Pro
Samson's G-Track mic is hands down the best microphone that is USB based on the market. Period.
Antlion Audio ModMic 5
I've used these a good few times for interviews with clients along with getting these for coworkers for similar reasons. It's just a great mic and easy to use.
Logitech G Pro Gaming Headset
MASSDROP X SENNHEISER PC37X
Genuinely when it comes to headsets, it's more or less looking at what has the sound levels, ohms, etc. you care about and turning on some software to channel out the audio. A lot of people are trending into headphones not realizing the major difference headsets especially "GAMER" headsets have compared to headphones. No pair of headphones worth their salt are not advertised for "bass eargasms" and designed for "neutral listening" and "clean and crystal audio." BUT you can easily get that bass thump if you simply decide on CLOSE BACK headphones and not open back ones.