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Kdog

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About Kdog

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  • Birthday Mar 14, 2005

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    KieranG#9134
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  • Location
    Virginia, US
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Youtube, CSGO, Video Editing, Audio Engineering, Audio System Development, Home Labbing
  • Biography
    15 year old network admin/audio engineer with an interest in bridging the gap between audio and networking. 
  • Occupation
    Network Administrator/Audio Engineer

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS
  • RAM
    G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 32 GB
  • GPU
    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER
  • Case
    NZXT H510i
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 Evo 500 GB / 4x2tb Game/File Drives
  • PSU
    Corsair TXM Gold 550 W 80+ Gold
  • Display(s)
    PX 2710MW, BenQ G2220HD, Dell E2011H (2)
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black Edition
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow TE v2
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder Elite
  • Sound
    M-Audio Bx5a Deluxe, AT-M40x, Sennheiser IE4
  • Operating System
    Windows 10, Hackintosh 10.14
  • Laptop
    2012 Macbook Pro 13"
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  1. Your best bet here is probably reaper. It has an infinite free trial that you can use until you decide that you like it.
  2. For $200 without the mic I'd reccomend Audio-Technica's ATH-M40x' as they sound really great for the price with a Focusrite Scarlett Solo as an interface. Including a mic will be about another $75-$100 but when you do get one, the at2020 from Audio-Technica will do the trick. Headphones Interface Microphone
  3. Oh yeah, I'm super impressed how well it works. I tried slowly mixing pink noise into my vocal track just to see the point it became overwhelmed and honestly it took a lot more abuse than I expected.
  4. To be fair, you're using an unsupported graphics card by two full generations so I'd expect the performance of it to suffer quite a bit. I just tested it out with OBS and got essentially identical results to Pro Tools and Adobe Audition so I'm guessing that your issues are unfortunately down to the card you're using.
  5. Kdog

    Audio Noob Question

    Actually, the Lepai should have an 2.5mm input on it. So all you'd need is a 2.5mm to 2.5mm cable from splitter to amp. If you have anymore questions let me know!
  6. The built in recorder may not allow you to select sources. Audacity is probably your best bet as it's free and fairly simple.
  7. Kdog

    Audio Noob Question

    If these speakers aren't powered internally/take power from a brick, you'll need to use a small amplifier. A really good choice would be the Lepai LP-2020TI which will provide power to the speakers. However, you will still need to use the splitter to use your headset.
  8. I actually just did some testing on this so I can answer fairly well. Firstly, I did this two ways, firstly by using a physical loopback cable from the output of my interface back into the input which seemed to be the best way to do so. With that being said, I also tried using VB-CABLE which simulates an input and output. With this, I used the input and output as an insert in Adobe Audition routing some intentionally messy audio and got good results but it was a hassle to setup. If you want more information/have any questions let me know!
  9. Kdog

    DAC vs. Interface

    Interfaces have both and ADC an DAC component to them usually with high quality preamps. If you have an xlr microphone and a pair of speakers/headphones then I'd recommend running with an interface. If you just have headphones, a DAC should work fine and may even be better as they're specialized for outputting audio. Most people don't have both a DAC and an interface, especially if they have a high quality interface such as an Apollo from Universal Audio or something from Focusrite's higher end range. Let me know if you have any other questions.
  10. So a couple of questions, does it need to be a headset? Like do you need a microphone? Also, what do you mean by 7.1 sound? Do you also want a speaker set? Once you get back to me I can help you figure out what you need.
  11. I could have sworn these came with POE injectors? I think that one of these should work, though. https://store.ui.com/products/u-poe-af
  12. So I don't really see why it wouldn't work except that I'm pretty sure that they're made to only connect to other devices. I.E. The endpoints need to have UI's to connect to the device. This may work for your use case, though.
  13. Right now I'm wearing my pair of M40x's from Audio Technica and absolutely love them.
  14. Unfortunately there wouldn't be an easy way to do this. Quieter hardware may be your best bet.
  15. Ah okay, for only $50 more I would pick the 4040. It's a much more versatile mic than the c214 and I believe has a bit more detail in both the highs and the lows.
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