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ToflixGamer

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    ToflixGamer got a reaction from spwath in Is sound card worth   
    What the fuck are you talking about?
    "Higher impedance better" - why? Even a headphone with LOW impedance can sound much better than any headphones with "high" impedance.
     
    "bigger connectors always better" - Yeah, sure - they can last much longer. But... do you expect more "sound" coming through more surface of the headphone-jack? That's simply not true.
     
    "3,5mm connected headphones are toys, same goes for speakers" - one simple question: what the fuck? Read the text about "bigger connectors".
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    ToflixGamer got a reaction from Derkoli in Is sound card worth   
    What the fuck are you talking about?
    "Higher impedance better" - why? Even a headphone with LOW impedance can sound much better than any headphones with "high" impedance.
     
    "bigger connectors always better" - Yeah, sure - they can last much longer. But... do you expect more "sound" coming through more surface of the headphone-jack? That's simply not true.
     
    "3,5mm connected headphones are toys, same goes for speakers" - one simple question: what the fuck? Read the text about "bigger connectors".
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    ToflixGamer reacted to Derkoli in (Speakers) Creative Sound BlasterX Katana   
    optical does not natively support 5.0 channels. it has to be compressed. i would use USB kien due to it support high res files, non compressed 5 channel audio and overall, is generally easier.
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    ToflixGamer got a reaction from Derkoli in A noob needs some help   
    Audio is a individual thing. Some like the DT-990, some like the DT-880. 
     
    You could buy both, hear both and decide after that. But if you don't want to mess around, just buy the DT-990. You'll be fine. 
    If you stumble across the so called "Beyer-Peak", just fiddle around with an EQ like Equalizer APO and adjust them to your likeness.
     
     
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    ToflixGamer got a reaction from Olli_ in best budget surround sound System?   
    We're using the Yamaha YAS-207 at our TV. 
    It sounds absolutely amazing for it's money, has surround (6 Speakers + wireless subwoofer), connects via HDMI ARC, has Bluetooth, can be configured using the app for iOS- and Android-Devices.
     
    It costs 229 pounds at amazon.co.uk. Worth it's money!
     
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Yamaha-YAS207-Surround-Soundbar-Virtual/dp/B0741CD18V/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1547223655&sr=8-1&keywords=Yamaha+YAS-207
     
    It has HDMI-in (via ARC on the tv, turns on when the TV turns on), analog in, optical in and even an HDMI-out. 
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