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Tigerleon

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About Tigerleon

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    Veteran

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Profile Information

  • Location
    Sweden
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    I like audio in games. I play much battlefield and many other games. PC is the best.

System

  • CPU
    i7 9700k 3.6Ghz 8-core
  • Motherboard
    Z390 Aorus Pro Wifi-CF
  • RAM
    2x8gb Corsair vengance 3000mhz
  • GPU
    RTX 2070
  • Case
    Fractal design
  • Storage
    Kingston A1000 500gb M.2 SSD
    Kingston A2000 500gb M. 2 SSD
    Seagate barracuda 1tb HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750X 750W v2
  • Display(s)
    Acer XF270H B
  • Cooling
    Corsair Hydro H100i RGB Platinum
  • Keyboard
    Razer chroma v2 Orange Switches (Need a new one xD)
  • Mouse
    Logitech g502 Hero
  • Sound
    Dt 990 pro W/ Straight Cable Mod, Dekoni Elite Velour Pads, Soundblaster AE-9
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    HP Probook 450 G7
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  1. You can just get dolby or something similar, never had good experience with razer's software. Using my soundcard's solution. It doesn't sound half bad in movies and not destroying the sound quality.
  2. Does matching your lights to your peripherals equal to sound quality? I don't think so... A good "gaming" headset I would recommend are the MH752 or HyperX cloud 2. As for going for a better alternative. You'd want to look into open back headphones. These leak sound but creates an immersive open sound that kinda sound 3d and like you would have 2 speakers in a room. This leaks a bit of sound and you can hear it in the same room if you are blasting music. But I would assume you're playing in a quiet room. I will recommend the SHP 9500 or 9600 with a vmoda boom pro that is
  3. Fidelio X2HR's for a really really wide soundstage apparently, still decent imaging and good bass. (These can be bought on amazon.de or co.uk for about 150 euros) HD 58X for a more vocal presentation and less bass. Great imaging but not that of a huge soundstage. If you are up for planar magnetic, the HE 4XX's are good I've heard, not that good of a build quality. The HE 400i 2020's are supposed to be good as well. Sundaras are a better pick since the build is better and the sound is just more refined. I've recommended these based off of reviews.
  4. I removed my old comment since I saw you had headphones if I didn't read it wrong. Yes a soundcard like that will definitely improve sound quality. Especially Sound Blaster AE-7 and AE-9. The software is amazing.
  5. What that basically does is making the left/right stereo image go crazy and puts on all kinds of different stuff such as EQ and just it guessing where the sound is coming from. Games nowadays have good engines with 3d recorded audio. Like CS:GO for example. Virtual surround is BS. As the title asked. You can't achieve "directional" audio from a virtual surround headset. Even the stupid Razer Tiamat or whatever that monstrosity is called, that has 5 drivers in each cup can't give you a better 3d sound since the drivers are too close to the ear to make difference compared to a real surround syst
  6. I thought about this as well. Read my post:
  7. Then you'd want a good pair of stereo headphones. Just normal plain stereo headphones. Let the game's engine take care of sound processing. I'd recommend the SHP 9500 with a vmoda boom pro. Great "headset" for the price. Really wide soundstage and the imaging is great. You don't want any USB "gaming" headset since they always sound crap or they break outside of the warranty. Take advantage of the onboard soundcard if you have a decent one instead. So 3.5mm analog headphones is the way to go.
  8. Could definitely be worth it yes. They are planar magnetic I believe. I think they would work great for gaming and music.
  9. That 9500 and vmoda combo is great. The HD599's are warmer and may be more enjoyable for music but they do not have as good of a soundstage and imaging vs the 9500's I don't think.
  10. True. Then I guess that one would work. As long as it has data transfer capabilities which I think it has it wouldn't be a problem with that switch
  11. There is a software called mic mute or something like that. Then you can bind a keyboard key and you'll hear a beep when it is muted.
  12. Trust us. The MH752's are a reskinned studio headphone with a mic attached. The pads are better and they are just better overall than the original takstar pro 82's. According to Z reviews. He does reviews for headphones and DAC/amps and audiophile gear. I don't think he would lie about that.
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