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whats your favorite Audio Acessory

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Title,Basicliy anyhing relateing to audio

Like a microphone, headphones or an audio card :D



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my sennheiser g4me one is my baby, best headset ive ever owned and i even get called a cheater when turning on people in game :D.


it helped me get 44 kills on counter strike yesterday in competitive and ohhhhhhh did i get called a hacker (by about 3 people).

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right now im really impressed by my new KEF Q300's. i really love the details and soundstage.

and these are still not even burned in.

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My speakers... I miss them so much when I'm away from home (i.e @ college), it's a Harman/Kardon Soundstick III speaker and the sound is just so good, adjustable base on the sub is also really nice :)

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This one is just pure magic but really expensive. Older models are more affordable.



BTW You dont need expensive gear for digital room correction. Just borrow a good mic and decent DAC. And remember that correcting sound in one spot makes it likely worse in other spots.

 When the going gets weirdthe weird turn pro.

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I'm loving my Audeze LCD-3 with Burson Audio Conductor for sound playing.


I am liking my Blue Yeti Mic but I regret not buying the Pro version for non-USB input support.


Wish I can do speakers, but this is not US where you live in a house with distance with your neighbour. You make noise and police will come for you.

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