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About danakahawkeye

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600X
  • Motherboard
    MSI X470 Gaming Pro Carbon AC
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1080 SC
  • Case
    CoolerMaster H500P
  • Storage
    256gb WD Black NVME SSD, 240gb Sandisk SSD, 1TB WD Blue M.2 SSD, 1tb WD Blue HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850X
  • Display(s)
    AOC G2460PF, 2x Acer KG221Q
  • Cooling
    H80i V2
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Roccat Kone Amio
  • Sound
    Logitech Z313, Sennheiser HD 4.40BT(Mainly Wired Mode)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Thank you, I will certainly add this to my list of possibilities. It all depends on how much they add onto it to buy it in the UK though. An example would be the logitech MK550, in the US you can get it for about $70 (£55 ish) wheras in the UK the cheapest in stock price i have found so far is about £90-£100... Hopefully can find one for the right price.
  2. Thank you for this, it does look quite nice, will have to look into it for what price it is in the UK.
  3. Thank you for the reply, I will see if I can get this within our budget per user, I guess my issue that I had in the past was due to me only wanting to spend £10 on a full set Im unsure on this, from my knowlege of EE it isn't like this, thank you though. We do have the small issue of 6 of us will have our desks back to back. The joy of a small business
  4. Hi all, I have been tasked with designing the layout of my workplaces new office building, one requirement that my manager has given me is that each user needs to have a wireless keyboard and mouse, this does raise the concern of cross communication between each set. Can anyone advise on a suitable choice for this situation, we have 8 users who are always within 10m of each other. None of our PCs have Bluetooth so they need to be a USB dongle (Also thanks to our IT provider other than me we have no admin rights on any PC [They got bored of me phoning constantly] so we can't install a USB bluetooth dongle). Each set can not be too expensive either (Preferably less than £60 [$79] per set), we have a very small budget to fit out the full office. Thanks, Dan
  5. I noticed a little while ago that holding on the recent apps button didn't open split screen forcing me to have to stop the app that I am running to go into recent apps, tap the icon for it to open in split screen view. Anyone got any ideas for how to fix this or is it just a permenant thing now?
  6. Hi all, I purchased the AOC G2460PF just over a year ago, and recently it has randomly just not working I.E. It just will not accept any input and my computer automatically switches to my other two monitors on display port adaptors. I have tried the AOC monitor on Display port and HDMI and it is still the same. Each time it does this it forgets all my display settings that I spend about an hour getting right. After doing research online the best answer others could come up with is return it (not an option as it is over a year old) or buy a new monitor... Helpful..... Can anyone help with this?
  7. Hi all, I have been trying to sort out my audio set ups recently and have noticed with my PC the audio seems to be getting worse over time. I am using the Sennheiser HD4.40BTs with the audio wire for on my PC and in both the front and rear ports for my motherboard the audio sounds very flat with very little base, trying to tune the audio through MSI's new Nahimic 2 Software through the Microsoft store just makes the audio sound flatter and muffled. So I decided to plug in the AKG headphones I got with my Samsung Galaxy Note 9 which sound amazing for me through my phone, they still sound flat even with tuning on the PC. I also have tried to use the Sennheiser headphones on bluetooth mode and it just sounds worse (as i expected). Can anyone advise on what sort of solution I can do in this situation? Please forgive bad terminology or anything like that I am not an expert in audio or anything I just want to listen to music with a nice strong bass and good mids and highs.
  8. Hi all, I have recently posted on here about having very bad microphone quality from the ModMic 4.0, I decided to just leave it and let my friends suffer with the terrible sound. However recently i have noticed that my motherboards on board sound is just not enough for me or my preferences, especially since I can no longer get the raw Nahemic 2.0 software and adjust levels properly. So I looked into getting either an external or internal sound card and after contacting creative labs they came to the conclusion that none of their sound cards can drive the ModMic 4.0 at the correct voltages. Can anyone give any suggestions on what would be a good high quality alternative? Please note that i am already using a USB sound card for the ModMic and I still have to put it to +30db gain and 100% volume to get my voice to be audible at all on the line, I also have to apply an additional gain in each app that I use E.G Teamspeak, Discord, ect.
  9. I am using the same headphones and they just wouldn't work right through bluetooth either the audio quality deteriorates or the mic stops working, what I would suggest is using the headphones as such with an external mic, either a desktop one or the modmic if you can get it working right (I have to use a USB soundcard for my modmic.) In answer to your question, the wire does not carry the mic signal.
  10. @AAJoe Sorry for the delayed response i have been having a couple of other issues to deal with, i have joined the discord now if you can tell me which chat to talk in to try to get support please?
  11. Hi @AAJoe, Thanks for the reply, I am based out of the US (in the UK) so i can't really get your own adaptor, I am currently using this USB adaptor (https://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/components-and-upgrades/sound-cards/dynamode-usb-sound7-7-1-channel-usb-sound-card-17771622-pdt.html#srcid=11026 [Yes i know it is a very bad quality]) but i am still having very bad audio problems with heavy static and very bad pickup/noise cancellation, (I have to put it on maximum gain to get audible levels) I am also experiencing the problem of because i am mixing my motherboards built in sound card and a USB sound card adaptor that i am getting it where some programs can not detect the USB sound card because my motherboards is the main audio.. Also my audio drivers can not adapt the settings for a USB sound card other than the microphones gain, and volumes. I mean the microphone isn't useless at the moment but for what my family paid for it (£50) through your amazon store (Where it states nothing about it requiring a higher voltage than most motherboards can actually provide [It actually states immediate plug & play]) I would prefer a more robust solution like if you could recommend a good sound card internal or external that can carry the IO that i need it to (7.1 surround for speakers, digital out, mic in and line in) I do need a solution that would be a one driver solution rather than having conflicts between USB and my motherboard.
  12. I have also tried with or without AGC and it made no difference to having it on max gain.
  13. Audio drivers are installed and fully upto date, i am using discord, teamspeak, in game mic and also just using the standard playback from windows or my audio software.
  14. I was recently gifted an Antlion Modmic 4, and although it states on the box that it is basically plug and play, i plugged it into my motherboards microphone jack and noticed that it was very quiet even with a +30db gain..I did some research and found that i should use a cheap USB sound card and it will make it sound as it should I still have to have the gain on maximum and the audio quality is terrible now with huge amounts of static noise, pickup issues and background noise rejection even though it is a uni directional mic pointed right at my mouth... The only upside i can see so far is when i do manage to get it to pick up my voice it sounds amazing for if you love ASMR breathing. Can anyone help with this problem because i am thinking of getting a dedicated sound card but I am having trouble finding one that anyone can recommend would actually work...