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Bob the Bob

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  1. On 11/18/2020 at 10:01 PM, Tigerleon said:

    The X3 is external, which will definitely get rid of the coil whine you're hearing. It'll sound better than your Sound Blaster Z I can guarantee.

    the g6 is priced the same as the x3 which one is better

  2. 15 hours ago, The Torrent said:

    an apple dongle/onboard should be fine for senheiser game ones.

     

    I'm fine.

    i mean already stated like twice that onboard audio is not loud enough for my headset and u keep insisting on it , compared to my sound blaster z is night and day and u keep mentioning apple products like smh

  3. 4 minutes ago, The Torrent said:

    Just saying i use £400 and £600 headphones with my onboard audio (asus b450f) and i find it good enough.

     

    So be careful theres a lot of snakeoil in this audio world.

     

    Also, if ur using below lets say 100ohm headphones, just buy an apple dongle im not joking. Its better than a lot of £300+ dacamps.

    i mean that doesnt amplify the sound does it , coz onboard audio is barely audible

  4. 9 minutes ago, Tigerleon said:

    The X3 is external, which will definitely get rid of the coil whine you're hearing. It'll sound better than your Sound Blaster Z I can guarantee.

    sounds good enough for me then its kinda the cheapest option for me anyway , and i was pretty satisfied with my sound b z ,

  5. Hello , Not rly familiar with sound stuff  , i had a sound blaster z for  a few years which did a pretty good job sound wise the only down side was it was picking up coil whine through the headset and mic which started to get pretty annoying and i was looking of buying a dac/amp to get rid of it any recommendations ? was looking at , Creative Sound Card External USB Sound Blaster X3 7.1 Channel which it says they output the same db which im assuming is how loud they ll sound , unless i can get rid of the coil whine which after some research doesnt rly look possible , thanks

  6. 17 minutes ago, Streetguru said:

    Then ya probably just get one or the other, check reviews for both

     

    IPS is really more about the viewing angles, the better color is a nice bonus

     

    more than likely though a cheap 144hz TN display is going to be fine

    i guess

  7. 2 minutes ago, Streetguru said:

    Unless you're getting paid to play those games professionally I'd probably suggest a 1440p 144hz IPS display instead, the IPS panel will be better for daily use

    are you in the US? If so the 1440p IPS displays are like $399

    nop europe and i dont rly care about colour accuracy to be honest plus i prefer 24" monitors since im kinda closed to it

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