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NotMrTaco

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About NotMrTaco

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  • Birthday October 3

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    Washington State
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    Student

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  1. NotMrTaco

    Which headphones are best for me?

    Okay I will go with the 6xx. Thank you!
  2. NotMrTaco

    Which headphones are best for me?

    I have come to the conclusion of many questions asked and answered that my best bet of headphones is either the hd6xx hd 58x or akg k712 pro. Which would you recommend and why? I play lots of "Competitive" games. Mostly games like csgo. My budget is under $200. (I have a buddy that'll sell me some k712 pro for $200)
  3. NotMrTaco

    Best Gaming headphone, and amp/dac Questions

    Okay, I will keep that in mind.
  4. NotMrTaco

    Best Gaming headphone, and amp/dac Questions

    Alright, thank you!
  5. NotMrTaco

    Best Gaming headphone, and amp/dac Questions

    Does the head clamp bother you at all? I've seen videos where they say it's a big con about it.
  6. NotMrTaco

    Best Gaming headphone, and amp/dac Questions

    I searched online and saw that the ath-ad1000x and akg k702 are also great choice for what I plan to do. Would you suggest those headphones as well?
  7. NotMrTaco

    Best Gaming headphone, and amp/dac Questions

    Would the dt 880 pro be good for what I plan to do?
  8. Hey, I've seen multiple people use their headphones such as dt 990 250 ohm and plugging them right into the audio jack on their computer. Is that enough to power the headphones, that way I won't have to spend the extra money on an amp/dac, if the mobo can drive the headphones properly? Also wanted to know what would the best headphones for fps games where footsteps help you find where your enemy is. My budget is about $400 for the headphone and amp/dac. I was thinking of getting the dt880 pro as well as a schiit stack. I am open to any suggestions.
  9. NotMrTaco

    SM7B + Audio Mixer and Cloudlifter

    No I don't own the SM7B yet, I wasn't thinking about it that way. I will go with the Ag03 since all of its features as well the comp and effects. Thank you!
  10. NotMrTaco

    SM7B + Audio Mixer and Cloudlifter

    Okay, I will keep that in mind as I make a choice on which interface/mixer to get. Thank you!
  11. NotMrTaco

    SM7B + Audio Mixer and Cloudlifter

    Ok I will make sure to pick it up. Thanks!
  12. NotMrTaco

    SM7B + Audio Mixer and Cloudlifter

    Oh okay, thanks for the clarification about EQ with the mic, but I'd actually have to spend more $137 due to shipping which is a whopping $35. Sorry in advance if i'm asking the same thing multiple times, but is it really worth the extra $40?
  13. NotMrTaco

    SM7B + Audio Mixer and Cloudlifter

    Yes, the mixer can do all of those things, but what would be the benefit from going with a ag03 vs a scarlett solo? I know it has EQ and compression, but I can't really justify spending about $40 more just for EQ and compression(Which is what I will most likely actually use).
  14. NotMrTaco

    SM7B + Audio Mixer and Cloudlifter

    So what I could do instead of the AG03 is go with a scarlett solo or 2i2, but would the Cloudlifter be useful for any of those 3 mixers/interfaces?
  15. NotMrTaco

    SM7B + Audio Mixer and Cloudlifter

    I was thinking on getting a SM7B microphone as well as a yamaha ag03 to power it, but then I saw that the CL-1 Cloudlifter is really recommended for the mic since it is a dynamic mic. How would I set up the microphone to work properly, as well as would I need a mixer at that price, or could I get a um2 and save around $100? Edit: The reason I am getting a dynamic mic is because my home is very loud most of the time, and I do not want the mic picking up much of the sound.
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