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About GhengasKhan

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  1. Been eyeing this one https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07QQB6DC1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_pfnqEbHT087XJ
  2. Not a huge dell fan... just a lot of bad experiences in my past with them..
  3. Trying to get a decently priced laptop for gaming.. just need something passable to use when I’m not at home. Aiming for around $1000 or less. Doesn’t have to be able to play on the highest settings. examples of games I’ll be playing: path of exile league csgo cod
  4. Aiming more towards a 2 in 1 for the time being. I want to build my desk before I get anything to Major otherwise
  5. I’m trying to pick a headset but can’t quite decide; currently using: audio technica agh adg1X trying to decide between: 1. Logitech G pro X gaming headset with blue voice technology 2. Hyper X cloud 2 gaming headset if it helps; my motherboard is an ASUS ROG z-strix z270E and I will be using the microphone on the headsets as my primary mic. I am not looking for the “cheaper” option so to speak just which will work best for me. I primarily play CS GO and other FPS and enjoy my music in the off time. edit: I am open to other options if you have any.
  6. What do you think about like sound boards and such? I was thinking of changing my headset over to a hyper x cloud 2s (I really just game) I’m trying to come up with a few Christmas presents and I’ve always kinda wanted to play around with a mixer and such lol they seem fun if you get a higher end one to mess with people.
  7. I don’t want an internal one, I want like a desk top one if that’s what you were trying to say or are you saying the 2 in 1 mixer and amp
  8. From what I gathered when purchasing my headset (was 2 years ago now) was that they had great sound quality and I know others who use them and don’t get the same issue I’m seeming to have? Not sure if maybe it’s my audio settings on my computer or? I wanted the amp/mixer for numerous reasons, one was to enhance sound, the other so if I decided to switch over to a condenser microphone I’d already have the xlr port, or if I switched to a newer usb mic/headset I’d just be able to plug and go. edit: like I stated in my first post, when it comes to audio I’m like a puppy lol I know the very basics and that’s really it if even that much.
  9. So I currently have an asus z-270E motherboard with Audio Technica ATH-ADG1X headset. I have been thinking of getting an amp/mixer to increase sound quality (it feels like footsteps on games are masked easily) but I’m not sure if it’s just my settings because I honestly am not the best with the sound portion of a computer. I wanted it to include XLR/USB/Aux ports Incase I change my headset/microphone in the near future. Any tips are more then welcomed or any pointing in the right direction. I can supply more information if asked for. If it would be worth it, what would be some decent ones? (It will be a Christmas present so anything up to like 300$)