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About Kdog

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  • Birthday 2005-03-14

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    Youtube, Video games, editing, servers
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    Hello! I'm am a 13-year-old aspiring network architect that can tell you some stuff about PCs and some other stuff about cameras. Either way, I love LTT and hope to continue to be a part of this community for years to come!
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    Network Administrator


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    Dell Studio 9100
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    500gb OS SSD / 2tb Game/File Drive
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    EVGA 500 watt
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    BenQ G2220HD, Dell E2011H (2)
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    Razer Blackwidow TE v2
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    Razer Deathadder Elite
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    M-Audio Bx5a Deluxe, AT-M40x, Sennheiser IE4
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    Windows 10, Hackintosh

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  1. So a couple of questions, does it need to be a headset? Like do you need a microphone? Also, what do you mean by 7.1 sound? Do you also want a speaker set? Once you get back to me I can help you figure out what you need.
  2. I could have sworn these came with POE injectors? I think that one of these should work, though. https://store.ui.com/products/u-poe-af
  3. So I don't really see why it wouldn't work except that I'm pretty sure that they're made to only connect to other devices. I.E. The endpoints need to have UI's to connect to the device. This may work for your use case, though.
  4. Right now I'm wearing my pair of M40x's from Audio Technica and absolutely love them.
  5. Unfortunately there wouldn't be an easy way to do this. Quieter hardware may be your best bet.
  6. Kdog

    Condenser Mircophone

    Ah okay, for only $50 more I would pick the 4040. It's a much more versatile mic than the c214 and I believe has a bit more detail in both the highs and the lows.
  7. Kdog

    Condenser Mircophone

    So between the c214 and the 4040 I would pick the 4040 but I just personally like the sound. But why are you going for either of those? There are much cheaper options that in my mind are just as good. Such as the 2035 from AT.
  8. Do you have an existing mic you want to use? The Audio Technica at2020usb has direct monitoring out of it's headphone port. There are two dials on it, one for volume and one for the blend between pc sound and mic monitoring.
  9. Check your event logs. See if you can find out what triggered the restart.
  10. Kdog

    Z906 console height?

    Ya know what, you're correct. I was looking at the package size on an Amazon page for it. That's my bad. One thing that's weird is that the other parts of the system (subwoofer, satellite speaker, etc) have the height on them but not the controller.
  11. Kdog

    Z906 console height?

    Apparently, it's 9.6 x 5.8 x 2.7 inches.
  12. You most certainly need a graphics card for a 144hz monitor. As for a cable, HDMI will only be able to do 120hz. You'll need to use a DisplayPort cable.
  13. You said looking for headphone recommendations, but said you're looking for in-ears. So which is it? For IEMs these would be good and for headphones, these should work for you.
  14. I dont think it's possible to do this. You can go through your bios to see if there's an option to keep onboard graphics enabled.
  15. Seeing as the only review is one star and complaining about speed, i wouldn't get it.