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I want some T50RP's and then build some other enclosure to make them look nice. Hm...Miku's headphones!
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Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post

I want some T50RP's and then build some other enclosure to make them look nice. Hm...Miku's headphones!

hahaha. for me
Honda from kimikiss
lacus clyne G.S
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he wants audiophile headphones. Gaming surround sound one's are not. I love logitech but their gaming headsets are not audiophile sets. Their desktop speakers are great for price and are aimed at consumers with a good balance of vocals and highs...and with tremendous bass. sometimes the vocals and highs get drowned out but on higher end models, bass can be reduced and mids and highs can be upped giving you an almost decent audiophile sound. Logitech also owns Ultimate Ears and largely leaves them alone. UE's build standards have seen to gone down a tiny bit a bit after their aquisition, but logitech has made tremendous efforts to restore quality and as of right now UE products are shipping wtih great audiophile sound and quality at low prices
-summary of logitech audio right there
i didn't feel like it biggrin.gif i know you could. but i was too lazy to right click copy and control C didn't work.(i think;maybe pressed wrong button and thus cancelled out.) ehh whatever who cares.

Ah dang it, I skimmed thread
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I use the Corsair HS1 headset. The software is decent, and it provides a nice equalizer and virtual surround. For music purposes you just set it to the standard stereo mode. For gaming and movies I switch to the virtual 7.1 with all the extra bells and whistles. In terms of surround sound they perform quite nicely, especially in games like BF3. For music they have exceptionable audio performance although on a certain song, "Wheels" by Fink, there is a slight vibration inside the left ear cup. I have yet to find another song where the vibration is audible. I'm sure this doesn't occur in any other set but mine. Corsair just released a similar headset that is more durable and looks much better. I highly recommend it.
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I use the Corsair HS1 headset. The software is decent, and it provides a nice equalizer and virtual surround. For music purposes you just set it to the standard stereo mode. For gaming and movies I switch to the virtual 7.1 with all the extra bells and whistles. In terms of surround sound they perform quite nicely, especially in games like BF3. For music they have exceptionable audio performance although on a certain song, "Wheels" by Fink, there is a slight vibration inside the left ear cup. I have yet to find another song where the vibration is audible. I'm sure this doesn't occur in any other set but mine. Corsair just released a similar headset that is more durable and looks much better. I highly recommend it.

plz read the post above this one. especially the quoted area. OCN is not an audiophile community. This is why i am here. To help. it may sound tremedous, but you can't call it tremendous until you have "actually"heard real audiophile headphones.

oh and welcome to OCN. i just started myself and don't know the customs here. but anyway. welcome thumbsupsmiley.png
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