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dylan43270

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About dylan43270

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    Wb/m²
  • Birthday 1992-09-24

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    Male
  • Location
    Okiehoma
  • Interests
    Gaming, Technology, Music
  • Biography
    Phone: OnePlus Two
    Laptop: Asus UX301LA
    Tablet/laptop: Surface Pro 2 120GB

    Headphones: ATH-M50 (modded with detachable cord, velour pads), Hyper X Clouds 1 & 2,Pioneer SE-A1000, Superlux 668B with velour pads, CHC Silverado, Panasonic HTF600 with Shure 840 pads, HiFiMan HE-400i, Philips Fidelio X2, Modded Fostex T50RP with NVX Slanted Pads, NVX XPT100, PSB M4U 2, Phillips SHP9500

    IEMs: SoundMAGIC E10 With Comply Tips (broken), Monoprice 9927, Sony MDR-EX37B, TTpod T1S(broken), Nuforce NE-600X(broken), Brainwavz Delta(missing), NVX EX10S, MEElectronis M6 Pro, Xiaomi Piston 3, Apple Earpods
  • Occupation
    Chat Response Associate

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  • CPU
    Intel 4690K 4.7Ghz
  • Motherboard
    MSI z97 Krait Edition
  • RAM
    16GB Crucial Ballistix
  • GPU
    MSI Twin Frozr V GTX 970 SLI
  • Case
    Corsair Air 540 White
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 Evo 500GB
  • PSU
    Rosewill 1000w modular
  • Display(s)
    Crossover 290M & Topsync 2710
  • Cooling
    Case full of Rosewill Hyperborea's
  • Keyboard
    Code 87 Keyboard w/ MX Clears
  • Mouse
    Mionix Neos 7200, Logitech MX Master, Utech Smart Venus
  • Sound
    KEF Q100s, Dayton 10" sub
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  1. I think I am just going to give up on Freesync and just get a used curved ultrawide.
  2. From what I can see they are mostly working towards freesync 4k monitors. Not much for ultrawides. LG has a 34" ultrawide with freesync, but it is only 1080p. They offer several different ultrawide 1440p monitors, but none with freesync.
  3. Just wondering if there are other ultrawide 1440p monitors out there with freesync. Not sure if I am ready to throw down 1k on a monitor quite yet.
  4. I got mine for $80 new when they were on sale at Jet for the MkII. I would think you could find them cheaper used.
  5. I can do that. The PSBs are made by the same person who made the HP50s (Paul Barton) I thought they were the same driver until I watched a shootout between them. They have more soundstage than any closed headphone I have ever tried, which I guess is the whole "Roomfeel" technology. Unpowered they are slightly V shaped, but not too prominent. The M4U 2 offers an internal amp that does give the headphones a slight bass boost, but if you are using them for home use, the M4U 1 are the same headphone without the amp or ANC for $50 less. Pretty easy to drive, pads are a little small but not uncomfortable. Is fold-able for traveling. Not the best lookers (mine in white more so). Has a 3.5mm input on both sides which you only need to use one side, which is great for the BoomPro. Other side would be used to share music, kinda gimmicky IMO. The MEE Audio M6 Pros I can't go into too much detail for sound since I have not had my pair in almost 3 months (loaned to a certain someone for review). They offer a lot for their $50 price, which includes several eartips and a pair of comply tips. Has a detachable cable, as well as it comes with an extra cable. Has over the ear fit with memory wire. I think they may be a little bright, but not too bad.
  6. I didn't notice this until you posted it in another thread. Great suggestions. Couple things I will try to contribute... 668Bs may want to fall more towards the open end than closed. Takstar HI2050s are soon going to be over $100 since they have recently gone over a revision, and the ones now are just selling the old stock (I personally think the Pioneer SE-A1000 is a superior sounding headphone for the money). Probably going to be the same for the SHP9500 unfortunately. You could add the PSBs beside the NAD VISO HP50s since they are very similar. Lastly the M6 Pros should probably belong in the budget IEMs.
  7. For that budget I would suggest getting the PSB M4U1 and a Vmoda BoomPro. The Audio-Technica MSR7 or NAD HP50 may work as well, but I don't think they offer as much soundstage. Edit: Forgot that they are $250 new, but you can often find them used for under $200.
  8. dylan43270

    T50RP Modding?

    Doing it yourself is always more fun. I do love my pair. I will suggest that you have some sort of decent amp for these, as they do take a lot of power.
  9. dylan43270

    T50RP Modding?

    WOuld depend on how cheap you can get the materials, and how cheap you can find the headphones. that isn't that bad of a deal really.
  10. You are such a trooper. I am surprised you haven't just given a "yeah sure" response by now. Also to OP, unless you are looking for that one to help support Mayflower Electronics, you will most likely have money by getting a Schiit Magni/Modi or get the Massdrop version of the O2+ODAC when it is available.
  11. dylan43270

    T50RP Modding?

    Pretty much this. The DBV 3 mod is probably the best option for getting a great sounding headphone for not too much work.
  12. Literally the open version of the Clouds without a mic since they are the open version of the Takstar Pro80s ( What the HyperX Clouds are made from). For competitive gaming they would be a better option since they have better soundstage and imaging. Unfortunately they have recently gone over a revision recently and are now more expensive. If you can find some Philips SHP9500s that would always be my best suggestion for a gaming headphone (and headset) as long as they stay under $100, which you can add a Vmoda BoomPro for a mic easily.
  13. Technically an amp will be more like the power supply. As long as you have enough power to drive them you will be fine.
  14. They have the same drivers so they will sound the same. You can have it connected just by the 3.5mm jack, but you will need to use the included splitter to split the audio and the mic. The USB dongle is technically its own DAC, but it most likely won't have any better sound quality than your motherboard.
  15. They both sound the same. The Cloud II have more features with the 7.1 dongle, but that is not needed. The Cloud II does have a better mic, but not by much.
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