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6 hours ago, Leozyo said:

What do you guys think about the best mic in terms of price/performance; v-mooda boom pro, modmic 5 or anything else?

 

I've read some reviews but i doubt v mooda is compatible with t50. Also does a cable like that work on an amp or do i need an extender cable from the splitter to my computer? I also wondered if the sound quality will be untouched with a cable like that..

I went with a desk mic when I got my T50s. But I also have the desk space for one. Plus it makes singing like a moron more fun lol. I have never used the V-moda or the mod mic, but I can't imagine the V-moda being very practical with the T50. Best bet for an attached mic would probably be the mod mic. To my knowledge the mod mic will just plug into your mic input on your motherboard. Then stick to your headphone. I could be wrong, though.


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AMP/DAC:Magni 3 + Modi 2. More coming soon.

Headphones: HD 6XX, T50RP MK3 with more on the way.

 
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5 hours ago, Slickrr13 said:

I went with a desk mic when I got my T50s. But I also have the desk space for one. Plus it makes singing like a moron more fun lol. I have never used the V-moda or the mod mic, but I can't imagine the V-moda being very practical with the T50. Best bet for an attached mic would probably be the mod mic. To my knowledge the mod mic will just plug into your mic input on your motherboard. Then stick to your headphone. I could be wrong, though.

If i may ask; what kind of desk mic did you get?

 

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4 hours ago, Leozyo said:

If i may ask; what kind of desk mic did you get?

 

It is a cheap blue snowball. like 50$. It is not the greatest mic, I will get a better one in a few months. I also got a 13$ boom arm from amazon. 


CPU  i7 6850k | i7 4770k in dropbox server

GPU: 1080ti

Monitor: Dell 2716DGR

SSD: 512GB 850 Pro | Intel 600p 256gb NVME

AMP/DAC:Magni 3 + Modi 2. More coming soon.

Headphones: HD 6XX, T50RP MK3 with more on the way.

 
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18 minutes ago, Leozyo said:

@Max_Settings @Slickrr13

 

I just discovered the JDS Labs The Element Headphone Amplifier+DAC. What do you guys think about this one compared to the AUDIO GD R2R?

 

https://www.jdslabs.com/products/151/the-element/

Element is way overpriced. You are only paying for the form factor. The NFB R2R destroys it.

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2 hours ago, Max_Settings said:

Element is way overpriced. You are only paying for the form factor. The NFB R2R destroys it.

Thanks, in that case i'll stick with the R2R. So i gues its the best AMP/DAC under €/$ 400,- right? There's one thing i am concerned about though; some people say the R2R clicks/pops between songs. What do you think about that?

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Just now, Max_Settings said:

Yes.

Sorry, i just edited my last post just before you replied to it :$ Could you read it one more time? Thanks in advance

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4 minutes ago, Leozyo said:

some people say the R2R clicks/pops between songs. What do you think about that?

If you are refering to Zeos' review, that is because he is using Waspi. If you don't do that, you have nothing to worry about.

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Just now, Max_Settings said:

If you are refering to Zeos' review, that is because he is using Waspi. If you don't do that, you have nothing to worry about.

Ahh, yes and on a certain forum topic they were talking about zeos review. In any case, that answered my question. Thanks a lot. :)

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