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GR412

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About GR412

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System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 1700X
  • Motherboard
    Asus PRIME X370-PRO
  • RAM
    G.Skill Flare X Series 16 GB (2 x 8GB)
  • GPU
    Asus GTX 1080 Ti 11GB STRIX GAMING OC
  • Case
    Fractal Define S
  • Storage
    ADATA S510 120 GB & Samsung 860 Evo 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair RM 850
  • Display(s)
    X 2 1440 144 Hz Gigabyte AORUS AD27QD
  • Cooling
    X 3 Front Intake & X 1 Rear Exhaust Noctua NF-A14 PWM Chromax
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD 558
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. Excellent, that's even better than I wanted. Thanks for testing this out. I did actually have a look at the keyboard you have in the Large (L) version but it seems that the MK750 is newer as it has USB type C and raised key switches, amoungst other features.
  2. I’m thinking of getting either the Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 or the Cooler master MasterKeys MK750. I’ve filtered about 20 keyboards down to come to these two for a number of other reasons. However I’m very fussy about software to setup macros and other advanced settings. What I want is software I can install once, set up my macros and settings then uninstall the software and have my settings saved on the keyboards onboard memory forever. I refuse to have software running at all times or have a cloud sync feature. The Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 has 8MB of on board storage and the Cooler master MasterKeys MK750 has 512KB which is a lot less. The question is can both of these keyboards have it so that when I install the software I can set all my macros and settings once, then uninstall the software forever and have the saved settings on the keyboards on board storage? I think the Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 can as it states the number of on board profiles available is 3, but I’m not sure if this is the case, and for the Cooler master MasterKeys MK750 I have no idea. (i am aware that the MK750 can change colours without software with the function keys, but not macros as far as i'm aware) If anyone owns either of these keyboards would you be able to tell me if what I’m trying to do is possible? Thanks
  3. Yeah I think I will do a bit of research on my own motherboards soundcard, thanks for the advice regarding that. I'm very new to audio and it's quite daunting with all this equipment. I suppose i can always buy external equipment if it turns out i actually need it.
  4. Oh that was my mistake, the headphones are the Senhesier HD 558's and the mic is the Blue yeti. The headphones have no mic at all. Sorry about that. And for if it's a problem or not; on Twitch you're unable to distinguish what my discord friends are saying but you can tell someone is speaking, so for privacy it works but it degrades the audio quality of the stream as theres a bleed / echo effect whenever one of my friends talks.
  5. Okay that's really helpful, thanks a lot. I see a lot of Twitch streamers using mixers and audio intefaces so i wasn't sure if i needed them or not for that reason. The other reason i thought about getting a mixer or audio interface is to potentially improve audio quality, especially if i ever get some high end headphones. I read for some headphones with higher impedance I might need a more powerful DAC / amplifier, so i thought about getting one of the scarlett audio interfaces so i could have improved audio quality and a port to plug in an XLR mic.
  6. No it's a blue yeti mic, but i intend to get an XLR mic in the future.
  7. No i'm streaming on Twitch tv, and my headset is a Senhesier HD 558 with a 3.5mm stereo jack with no mic, and my mic is a blue yeti.
  8. I see, although I can't see a way to split the game and Discord audio from one another without software or as you said to use a mixer. Without a mixer do you mean to use software as I did before? I'm not quite sure what you mean with your first approach, because you talk about plugging in my headphones into an in line port on my PC? Surely that wouldn't work?
  9. I am wearing headphones. If I stream and play back my stream with all this software audio setup. I can hear myself and the game as normal, but also like a faint buzz / bleed whenever one of my friends talk, you're not able to tell what they're saying but you can sort of hear that somone else is speaking. It works for privacy but it degrades the quality of the stream.
  10. I don't think you understand, i mean discord chat from my actual computer as output through my head phones.
  11. Well I intend to use a mixer or audio interface to plug in an XLR Microphone, so if i were to get the Scarlett 2i2 I don't think there would be enough in line ports to split into stereo with that adapter you linked, as one of the XLR ports would be occupired with a Microphone. So I assume i'd need a mixer or audio interface with two in line ports for left and right channels? Meaning probaly the Scarlett 4i4 in this case?
  12. So if I were to buy a mixer, i would need to take my Xbox line input cable and split that into the left and right channels on the Yamaha mixer? Or are you talking about my headphone out cable? Or both?
  13. Would an audio interface / mixer or any other audio equipment allow you to separate certain audio outputs on your PC, such as other peoples voices on Discord? You see, sometimes I like to stream on Twitch and the people I play with on Discord with don’t want their voices to be heard on my stream. But the stream still needs to be able to hear my voice. I’ve already tried using OBS with virtual audio cable and the voicemeeter potato software to do this by following this guide. Although it works, the stream is still be able to hear my friends voice as an echo / bleed which isn’t ideal. So I was wondering if a hardware solution could solve this?
  14. I would like to be able to listen to both PC sounds and Xbox game sounds while using my headset that is plugged into an audio interface or mixer. You see I like to watch and listen to YouTube videos on my PC while playing on my Xbox One X on another monitor. However I’m wondering if it would be be possible to plug in an Xbox One X audio source using a Toslink to 3.5mm adapter on the Xbox end then plugging the other 3.5mm end into an audio interface or mixer? Which my headset would also be plugged into. Currently I do this by plugging the 3.5mm end coming from the Xbox into the blue ‘line in’ port on my PC’s motherboard. I’m assuming that this would be the same for the audio interface and mixer? I’m thinking of getting the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 for an audio interface or the Yamaha MG10XU mixer, but it seems that the Scarlett 2i2 doesn’t have any line input ports, and I’m not sure if the MG10XU has any. Does that I mean I would have to find an audio interface with line in ports such as the Focusrite Scarlett 4i4 instead for this to work as I want?
  15. Okay good to hear. Now I just need to decide if should get a mixer or an audio interface. Thanks for the help.
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