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ShearMe

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    Resident Sennheiser Fanboy
  • Birthday 1992-06-04

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  1. Stopped paying attention to computer hardware during Nvidia's 900 series. Have a 1440p Gsync monitor and i5 Ivy Bridge. With Destiny 2 coming to PC, ill be switching back to the mustard race, and must upgrade. Is a 1060 enough with Gsync to get around 60ish fps, or do I really need to drop the cash for a 1070. Remember, I'm coming from the shitty console experience. Also, is there a big release coming this year I need to look out for?
  2. Get an RCA to 3.5mm cable - plug the RCA to the sub out on the main speaker, the 3.5mm to your sub
  3. Koss KSC75 will not disappoint Also:
  4. WiFi isn't a signal, so you can't just convert into it. What you need to look into is network media streaming. Try another subforum for better help.
  5. One is open One is closed Make your decision Based on those
  6. With many headsets, it's actually the electrical signal leaking into the microphone wiring.
  7. ShearMe

    Name of this cable?

    FYI, it is not a splitter, it is a headset adapter. A splitter makes two outputs out of one connection - a headset adapter converts from single TRRS to dual TRS.
  8. ShearMe

    Pretty Music Please

    Tourist borrows street performer's instrument:
  9. If you're considering the 449, get the 439 instead. Sound is nearly identical but the 439 comes with a detachable cable.
  10. SMSL SD793-II is more than adequate and cheap.
  11. Not going to bother reading the entire rancid thread, but has it been mentioned that the Blue Yeti you are already planning to get includes a headphone output? It's pretty decent from what I've read.
  12. Using a passive "splitter" as a "mixer" can degrade audio quality or even damage components. You can do it, and many people do, but you shouldn't especially for long-term use. Use a cheap mixer: http://www.amazon.com/Behringer-MX400-BEHRINGER-MICROMIX/dp/B000KGYAYQ/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1456026978&sr=8-5&keywords=audio+mixer Even cheaper, build your own: http://www.instructables.com/id/Altoids-Tin-18-Stereo-Mixer/
  13. then it obviously doesn't matter
  14. My experience with the 650 (best headphones in the world) is that source means almost nothing. As long as the source isn't outputting static, crackling, or have a ground loop, pretty much anything can drive the headphones easily and sound good. High impedance keeps them away from potential source output issues, high sensitivity makes them easy to drive.
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