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Don't connect them to the case headphone port, connect it directly to the headphone out of the sound card

Yah I figured that out the hard way wink.gif Just waiting on my Xonar DG card to arrive now...
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Front panel connections are not shielded wires, they are unshielded and any electrical around it will create a lot of noise interference. Minor inconvenience, i wish they sold them shielded though
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Originally Posted by Sp33d Junki3 View Post

If you dont like your ears getting hot, then dont get SteelSeries Siberia v2. The padded leather will heat up around your ears.
What you need is a plush earcup. Like the SteelSeries 7H.
But your better off getting a real good headphone and a separate mic, that will sound and give you better quality for all your games.
Is there a price you have in mind?

I am using a Steelseries Siberia V2 and loving them! Definitely no complaints about heat, and the mic is good. The best part is the price: $45 barely used on ebay.
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