TekNmotion has released a second version of its PulseWave gaming headset. The $60 PulseWave 2 has upgraded audio quality, the company claims, plus large speaker drivers and a more comfortable ear design.
The new headphones support 7.1 channel virtual surround (I'd actually like to hear how it does that) using a USB connector, and it also supports 2.1 channel stereo through a standard audio plug. If it could really do a "virtual" 7.1 that would neat for users who don't have an eight speaker setup connected to their computer.
The unit also has a detachable noise-canceling microphone and a Sonic Force Feedback vibration feature, which allows you to "feel" the action much the way the rumble-enabled controllers for videogames allow you a little "feel" while playing.
You can find it at Amazon.com, NewEgg.com or at teknmotion.com