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  1. Well, mixers aren't cheap. The Logitech mixer is not what you're really going to want. There are very low latency mixer software for pc, https://www.vb-audio.com/Voicemeeter/, for example, would let you mix game input with discord on the pc, but I don't know how much latency you'd be looking at. You can try it and see if it does the trick. https://www.guitarcenter.com/Nady/MM-242-4-Channel-Mini-Mixer.gc should do the trick.
  2. Resurrecting but it's the syba stereo USB adapter. Could very well be available there. Lots look like it, but that specific one has a 5v mic circuit which is very nice to have.
  3. What I do is mute folks that scream into mics, as do most people, so maybe its better this way.
  4. don't get that. get this: https://www.amazon.com/external-Adapter-Windows-Microphone-SD-CM-UAUD/dp/B001MSS6CS Here's me trying to show it isn't terrible. https://vocaroo.com/i/s1om8pMGku6e https://vocaroo.com/i/s15hfudbHQLN -> lower gain, still very audible. I switch between two different mid-range drivers and two different tweeters. (note the buzzing is NOT present on my system, is just an artifact on vocaroo - download it as flac or wav). this little USB dongle is *very* powerful. Like, I got it specifically for the mic voltage is uses.
  5. That's really bad, try switching USB port. Does it do this in other systems? If this happens on a different computer/laptop or even mobile device, then warranty it.
  6. oh look. thots went superlux instead, i just said he should, but +1 on getting better pads.
  7. To be honest, get in-ears, portapro/ksc75 or something else, the logitechs and the audiotechnicas are just... not good. If you must get something big, get the superlux 668 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Superlux-HD668B-Headphones-Black/dp/B003JOETX8
  8. "Gaming headsets" from companies other than like, Sennheiser/AKG/AudioTechnica/Plantronics are generally garbage audio quality.
  9. If you're in the US: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Sennheiser-Game-One-PC-Gaming-Over-Ear-Headset-White-506065/401548510262 these kinds of deals exist. You can get brand-new or manufacturer refubs of very VERY nice senneheiser headsets for cheap.
  10. the speaker blew because of the heat of the voice coil. The amp killed it or you were running it too long at full power, like on a 20hz sine wave. Was the amp hooked up to a preamp or to an amplified signal.
  11. as long as you put it next to a wall, it is fine. any reflective surface will greatly help the tiny subs in all the junk 2.1 systems (nothing personal, they just aren't good speakers) to sound passable.
  12. .snip. looking. Most bluetooth headphones have mics, tho, the issue is bluetooth has special encoding for voice, which is silly, but it is what it is.
  13. Your best bet is to use the fake surround things. PUBG would do a lot of good switching to the valve audio engine, but they probably will never fix the bad sound the game has. You can use Windows Sonic's 7.1 virtual surround for free (Windows 10). From my experience, most game developers are pretty lazy about making good headphone sound. They just buy a plugin that turns their surround mix into stereo (HRTF) and call it a day. Battlefield does it. Everyone does it. Windows Sonic gives developers access to really effective headphone rendering with 120 3D channels they can fully program, an like 8 or so static (atmos style) channels, too. Wwise and Fmod both support this and more, Valve has an audio engine-for-hire that can be used. Nobody cares. 7.1 is good enough to the execs cutting good audio from games. Why spend money developing a feature most users don't care about.
  14. What's the budget. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/747737-REG/Focal_Professional_SM9_11_600W_3_Way.html