eDimensional AudioFX Pro gaming headset, now $39

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eDimensional AudioFX Pro gaming headset, now $39

Newegg.com’s deal of the day is the eDimensional AudioFX Pro 5+1 USB circumaural force feedback gaming headset (model no. AudipFX Pro 5+1) priced at $39.99. That makes it $25 less than its original price of $64.99, and the lowest amount we have seen for these headphones anywhere else by about $20. FREE shipping is included and sales tax applies for residents of California, New Jersey, New York and Tennessee.

Xoomdigital.com has the more advanced JVC HANC250 high-grade noise-cancelling headphones on for $116.94 with FREE shipping included, and also comes with mail-in rebate that drops the price another $10. Both the JVC and featured product come equally recommended by customers, however, the eDimensional does have some additional issues mentioned where the quality and frame of the headset tends to deteriorate at a rapid pace. Why not go the wireless route with the Sennheiser RS 140 Wireless headphones, priced only slightly higher than the JVC at $137.99 with shipping rates starting at $9.99 and located at Thenerds.ned. Or go for the more compact and portable design with the SHURE Clear sound isolating earphones at Abesofmaine.com, priced at $74.99 with FREE shipping included.

Detailed Product Information

The eDimensional AudioFX Pro headphones feature built-in surround sound speakers with force feedback technology, and an integrated subwoofer to help provide enhanced sound and base effects. It’s designed to help cover the user’s ear in order to minimize outside noises, and comes with a built-in microphone, in-line volume control and audio position customization software. The device connects through USB and has a 20Hz – 20KHz frequency response time. It is backed by a one-year manufacturer’s warranty.

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Previous Comments:

Posted: 10/19, 11:23am
Joined: 2009/10/19
Posts: 1
Hi, I saw an advertisement for AudioFX PRO 5 1 gaming headphones that was listed on your website for $39.99, but when I clicked on the link, I was brought to Newegg's website, and the price was NOT $39.99, but $64.99..Big difference! Are the headphones on sale, or not? If so, then can you send me the correct link so I may purchase them? If not, then PLEASE REMOVE the web page. I would like someone to contact me on this ASAP. Sincerely, Bob N.

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