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  1. Thats what I am hearing a of. I also listened to a alot of samples of both the c214 and at4040 and personally I think the 4040 sounds better for vocals
  2. I have definitely considered the at2035. Mainly because I can get either the 4040 or c214 for $200 currently which is only $50 above the 2035
  3. Hello, Im looking into getting a condenser microphone for recording, streaming, talking ect.. I have been recommended the AKG C214 and the AT4040. I am having trouble picking one of them to go with so I wanted to get other opinions on either of the mics. I can get both for the same price and both of them would fit my needs. What are things you like about either of them or one over the other? Any opinions on either mic or other condenser microphones in this price range would be appreciated, thank you.
  4. Thank you for the recommendations. I'll be looking into the JDS equipment.
  5. Not 100% sure. I dont wanna go crazy expensive but I do want to use the equipment that I have to its potential. I know for a fact the RE320 is really over kill for me so ideally I should get something better fit for my use. Is there an audio interface or a mixer that would have a good amp/preamp that would be suitable for the HD 700? Im probably asking the wrong or improper questions, but you'd recommend for a headphone at this price to look into a good amp and dac as you listed above?
  6. Hello, I just recently bought the HD 700 which is 150 ohm headphone from Sennheiser. I also have an RE320; might be getting a new mic either condenser or dynamic so phantom power could be needed. I currently have both going through a Focusrite 2i2. Would it be worth getting a dedicated amp for the HD 700, a different interface/setup, or just keeping the setup that I currently have? I dont have any issues with my setup at all, just wanted to get some opinions and ideas on what would be a good fit for my situation. Thanks!
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    Static Routes

    So I need to have PC1---Router_A----Router_C----Router_B----PC2 | Modem What is the reasoning behind needing a router before Router A and B? Just to in case this makes a difference the modem is a Comcast business modem that is router and firewall.
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    Static Routes

    Im running my test on two Netgear FVS336 V3 VPN routers but in the end will be using two Linksys LRT224 VPN routers. Both routes are using 255.255.255.0 subnet, no it is PC1---Router_A---Modem----Router_B----PC2. I have Router_A destination to the LAN of Router_B and gateway is the WAN address of Router_B. I have been able to ping from PC1 to Router_B, PC2 to Router_A but unable to ping PC1 to PC2.
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    Static Routes

    Accidentally it enter early haha, its posted fully now.
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    Static Routes

    Hi, I have 2 PC's on 2 different subnets. My goal is to be able to have the PC's communicate with each other by creating a static route. I have already established a route between both routers and both routers can ping the WAN and LAN ports of the other. However, I cannot ping any devices behind the routers; either of the 2 PC's. I have checked firewall settings to ensure they are not blocking ping request and have tried multiple different tests. Does anyone have any tips or ideas on what might be happening or what I am doing wrong? Any advice is appreciated, Thanks.
  11. Yeah that's what I've basically found. I did see the Ryzen Pro series is more tailored towards what id be doing.
  12. Hello, Im currently working on a project that requires the use of ECC memory. Id like to use a R7 2700 in this build for the higher clock speed, ECC support, and the high core count. The issue i'm coming into is finding an AM4 motherboard that supports ECC memory. Searching for them online, there are threads that say AM4 boards do support ECC memory but when I attempt to find one, its a lot more difficult. I've read that it doesn't validate but is still supported. Ultimately i'm trying to go around the standard xeon build for a server if possible. Are there any motherboards out there that support it? Thanks for help!
  13. I would like it to last as long as possible. I play a lot of AAA games like GTA V, BO3, Rise of the tomb raider. Also CS:GO, overwatch and games like that.
  14. I would like to have another year or two with my 970. Is the i5 6600k a good upgrade from a fx-8350?
  15. That's why I cant decide. An i5 would be perfectly fine for gaming, an i7 would just be better and a little more "future proof"
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