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    Beyerdynamic DT1990 Pro advise needed

    Yeah I read that as well, that playing music above it's sample rate will result in the music "being faster" or "compressed" and under it in "being slower" or "loose". I was just wondering about the playback rate wether that should be the same as the recording rate or doubled. EDIT: Also, it seems like Source engine can only run audio up to 44.1Khz and since both CS:GO, Apex Legends and most music are sampled at that its perfect for me.
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    Beyerdynamic DT1990 Pro advise needed

    Allright, thank you very much.
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    Beyerdynamic DT1990 Pro advise needed

    I ended up buying a Focusrite scarlet 2nd gen 2i2 audio interface. At what Khz should I set the sampling rate though? I've fiddled around with it and 192Khz sounds better for some very specific songs but with most I don't really notice a difference. I've read that most audio is sample-recorded at 48Khz so does this mean I should play it back at 96Khz?
  4. Hey guys, Im pretty new to the audio world and to this forum so please go easy on me, I've read the pinned topics but I still need some advice. I have recently bought the Beyerdynamic DT1990 Pro primarily for PC Gaming (CS:GO, Apex Legends, games where a good soundstage (if that is this right term for it), sense of direction and footsteps are really important.) and also listening to music. Now my PC is running a default Realtek HD Audio card and the problem is, I cannot hear a significant difference between my Logitech G Pro Wireless and my Beyerdynamic DT1990 on my PC. When I connect the headphones to my samsung S5 mini, however, I cán hear a significant different between my skullcandy crusher and my Beyerdynamic. (Although not a 400,- worth of difference.) So I need some advise, is this use case common in the audio world? Are basic Realtek audio cards really that bad that they sound the same on every device? I would be willing to invest 100-200 more if the advise is to purchase a DAC (Although that means I would need to hear a 500-600,- difference in sound quality.) Volume does not seem like a problem right now so I don't think I need an Amp. Hope you guys can help me out with some advise, if you need any more info feel free to ask. Thanks in advance.
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