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lil off topic but wth smile.gif

A lot of people recognize the players already mentioned , I'd add SRV , Nugent, Clapton and Nancy Wilson to the list of my favorite ultra well knowns.

Here's a few that people might not be aware of.
Fernando Miyata http://youtu.be/wfqu4YEufYc smoooooth player
Joe Bonamasa Had to cry today live http://youtu.be/MGLB6R8EWsE
Igor Presnyakov http://youtu.be/v9oae5ClxaQ - His covers ring in my head almost constantly smile.gif

I so enjoy listening to her play http://youtu.be/l_nOCta8HE0

EDIT : back on topic 8370 e is now available on Newegg smile.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1512355/8370-e-now-in-stock-at-newegg

Steve Vai
Eric Johnson
Gary Richrath
Joe Satriani
Alex Lifeson
Al De Meola
Yngwie Malmsteen
Frank Zappa


Would like to get my hands on a 8370 to play with....
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lil off topic but wth smile.gif

A lot of people recognize the players already mentioned , I'd add SRV , Nugent, Clapton and Nancy Wilson to the list of my favorite ultra well knowns.

Here's a few that people might not be aware of.
Fernando Miyata http://youtu.be/wfqu4YEufYc smoooooth player
Joe Bonamasa Had to cry today live http://youtu.be/MGLB6R8EWsE
Igor Presnyakov http://youtu.be/v9oae5ClxaQ - His covers ring in my head almost constantly smile.gif

I so enjoy listening to her play http://youtu.be/l_nOCta8HE0

EDIT : back on topic 8370 e is now available on Newegg smile.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1512355/8370-e-now-in-stock-at-newegg

Steve Vai
Eric Johnson
Gary Richrath
Joe Satriani
Alex Lifeson
Al De Meola
Yngwie Malmsteen
Frank Zappa


Would like to get my hands on a 8370 to play with....

Fun to play Satriani's music , even if it's just on rock band.

King Vish - Incoming smile.gif
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lol wut... i had to check the tab when i turned the page.. guitar talk in the FX forum... i'm all for that... albeit entirely off-topic, I guitar tech for Successful Canadian Rock Bands. (just got back from a frosh week tour)

jake e lee, Doug Aldrich, Randy Rhoads, Tony Iommi, SRV, Ritch blackmore, Angus young... can ya tell i like hard rock yet?

when i build my render farm with my FX(s) i might share that but i doubt i remember to document everything


@ Kyad, I've heard Utter horror stories about sub-contracted RMA centers, I've not experienced Any negatives, HOWEVER, the RMA center I deal with is "walk-In" only and is owned and operated by Asus, not under contract. (well the employees likely have contracts by you know what i mean.)
so i would say my experience isn't the normal for asus users by any means.
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EDIT : back on topic 8370 e is now available on Newegg smile.gif
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9590 price dropped too, just ordered one when the email came in earlier today.
/cough/ my 8350 FS next week /cough/
 
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They all suck and their feature sets are seriously lacking. I'm a tad spoiled. tongue.gif
Spoils (Click to show)
SoundBlaster ZxR
-6 channel analog out-
-Receiver's multi-channel in-
Yamaha HTR-6130 (100w)
-Speaker wire out-
-Speaker input-
2x Cerwin-Vega E-312s
2x Fisher STV 758s
1x Cerwin-Vega LS-6C
1x Dayton 1200 Sub

If you use Optical out to a proper DAC or other audio setup then they're fine, there's nothing special about digital. If you're pumping out 6-channel analog to a amp... thats different.

I find it funny though how in one post he says the Saber's audio sucks compared to the UD5 but in another says as long as the khz is the same it doesn't matter. rolleyes.gif
Gotta have the speakers/headphones to make use of it though. Nothing is going to help a $5 logitech headset sound much better.


Well, they're not as bad as they were back in early 2000's that's for sure. tongue.gif

That's a quite spoiled set-up you got there indeed. thumb.gif


For everyone:

Digital is the way to go if you are using them with a proper Sound System set-up if you don't want the on-board analog outputs. You can use DAC. But you'll also be limited by their Dynamic Headroom, SNR, Gain, THD+N, etc. Which are all attributes of their Analog Output side. And will also be limited by your source (Music files for example). Or, like @KyadCK stated, use a proper Sound Card. biggrin.gif

Digital Side will convert your audio files (that were encoded into ones and zeros!) which is now factored by your source and the bit-depth of conversion the DAC unit has.

So you need to be picky with them as well. (Digital - high bit depth; Analog - a good IC - amp is an indication) Most of the times, I just trust creative for their large repertoire and experience in Digital to Analog processing in the Sound Card business.

I used to have 2 of this back in the 2000's. One is still alive. But in PCI.



Anything with ALC, or AC97 will be kicked in the butt by this thing. Wider Frequency response, Deeper Quality, SNR is just superb during those time. It doesn't even require you to install any special drivers! ( that means no software feature either lachen.gif ).

I pulled out the audio chip from that one, and is now happily driving my home-made speaker! The thing can put out 15Watts of Audio Power in a sound card!

I am that creative. Yes! biggrin.gif and poor!

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Well what i meant was that there is an big difference in audio compare tot he UD5.. i did see the option to 192khz on this board but didn't notice an big difference from changing it form the default setting.
also the UD5 has 108db signal to noise ratio so its louder and better.

I have the Audio technica ATH-M50x head phone http://eu.audio-technica.com/en/products/product.asp?catID=5&subID=39&prodID=4596

Not some 5$ dollar Logitech head set tongue.gif

It can be that it needs more power from the amp because it has more ohm, also the drivers are 45mm so maybe they sound better with more power.


Opps.. don't toy around dB values as a common term in Audio..

SNR Signal to Noise Ratio - measured in dB - is a measure or the logarithmic ratio of the output (desired) signal to the output noise signal. The higher the better ( lesser discern-able noise at the output side compared to what you want to hear from the source) but does not mean LOUDER

SPL Sound Pressure Level - also measured in dB - How loud an output a device (speaker) creates. Higher is louder (but not always better)

Dynamic Headroom - also in dB - how much amplification can an AMP give before clipping or introducing it's own noise at the output. (higher is always louder and better for an amp)

Sensitivity - also in dB but with / watt and meter involved - for the speakers; how much SPL it creates with respect to the amplifier power it receives (distant dependent as well). (Higher is more sensitive; but then again, not always better)

Amplification factor or GAIN is also measured in dB - how many times a signal can be amplified by the amplifier. ( 3dB means doubled or 2X )

etc.

Your Headphone; no offense, has been tuned to accept signals of much lower amplitude (in terms of Watts) to be able to accept lower amplitude signals (low power) but still produce enough SPL so that it can be sold as a commercial headphone that can be able to be used with Cell Phones, MP3 Players etc. that give out very little amplification power (Watts). Thus more Sensitive than their Pro counterparts.

They did that by, lowering the impedance of the coils of the driver. Could mean lower number of turns, or bigger (cross-sectional area) wires. And/or maybe using a highly powerful permanent magnets to go along with the speaker winding. (talking about Neodymium). Thus, somewhat also limited the headroom it can give out. Means it will peak out faster than their Professional-Grade Headphones.

Don't get me wrong though. That is a nice headphone. But if you use it with a pro grade equipment pumping out higher Wattages for the headphones made for them, naah, it will be of a lesser product. Will peak (clip) faster, will be more noisy. etc.
Edited by mus1mus - 9/10/14 at 7:45pm
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I'm not the audiophile I used to be, but I could hear a difference on really good source material between the onboard realtek stuff and the xonar u7 I replaced it with when it died,
into an older onkyo reciever and out a pair of linaeum tweeter bookshelf speakers from yesteryear with a cheap yamaha sub.
 
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On-board vs Dedicated sound cards are not comparable. Esp. with higher tier cards. On-board to On-board will be harder to discern. Both uses the same chip from Realtek if not, they are still from Realtek. With a Realtek Codec. They only differ in implementation. Caps, make big impact on audio quality but to how much is fairly close.
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I dont see a need for high end audio cards since im happy with on board
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Well, they're not as bad as they were back in early 2000's that's for sure. tongue.gif

That's a quite spoiled set-up you got there indeed. thumb.gif


For everyone:

Digital is the way to go if you are using them with a proper Sound System set-up if you don't want the on-board analog outputs. You can use DAC. But you'll also be limited by their Dynamic Headroom, SNR, Gain, THD+N, etc. Which are all attributes of their Analog Output side. And will also be limited by your source (Music files for example). Or, like @KyadCK stated, use a proper Sound Card. biggrin.gif

Digital Side will convert your audio files (that were encoded into ones and zeros!) which is now factored by your source and the bit-depth of conversion the DAC unit has.

So you need to be picky with them as well. (Digital - high bit depth; Analog - a good IC - amp is an indication) Most of the times, I just trust creative for their large repertoire and experience in Digital to Analog processing in the Sound Card business.

I used to have 2 of this back in the 2000's. One is still alive. But in PCI.



Anything with ALC, or AC97 will be kicked in the butt by this thing. Wider Frequency response, Deeper Quality, SNR is just superb during those time. It doesn't even require you to install any special drivers! ( that means no software feature either lachen.gif ).

I pulled out the audio chip from that one, and is now happily driving my home-made speaker! The thing can put out 15Watts of Audio Power in a sound card!

I am that creative. Yes! biggrin.gif and poor!

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Opps.. don't toy around dB values as a common term in Audio..

SNR Signal to Noise Ratio - measured in dB - is a measure or the logarithmic ratio of the output (desired) signal to the output noise signal. The higher the better ( lesser discern-able noise at the output side compared to what you want to hear from the source) but does not mean LOUDER

SPL Sound Pressure Level - also measured in dB - How loud an output a device (speaker) creates. Higher is louder (but not always better)

Dynamic Headroom - also in dB - how much amplification can an AMP give before clipping or introducing it's own noise at the output. (higher is always louder and better for an amp)

Sensitivity - also in dB but with / watt and meter involved - for the speakers; how much SPL it creates with respect to the amplifier power it receives (distant dependent as well). (Higher is more sensitive; but then again, not always better)

Amplification factor or GAIN is also measured in dB - how many times a signal can be amplified by the amplifier. ( 3dB means doubled or 2X )

etc.

Your Headphone; no offense, has been tuned to accept signals of much lower amplitude (in terms of Watts) to be able to accept lower amplitude signals (low power) but still produce enough SPL so that it can be sold as a commercial headphone that can be able to be used with Cell Phones, MP3 Players etc. that give out very little amplification power (Watts). Thus more Sensitive than their Pro counterparts.

They did that by, lowering the impedance of the coils of the driver. Could mean lower number of turns, or bigger (cross-sectional area) wires. And/or maybe using a highly powerful permanent magnets to go along with the speaker winding. (talking about Neodymium). Thus, somewhat also limited the headroom it can give out. Means it will peak out faster than their Professional-Grade Headphones.

Don't get me wrong though. That is a nice headphone. But if you use it with a pro grade equipment pumping out higher Wattages for the headphones made for them, naah, it will be of a lesser product. Will peak (clip) faster, will be more noisy. etc.

Oh, thanks for the input thumb.gif

I do want to point out that my head phone is an professional product and no Logitech kind of thing. You can't buy it on some retail shop but only at high quality audio shops here. The reason i bought this head phone is based on reading many reviews from actual people that use it in their studio's. The sound is nice and flat and there is no comparison between this and even higher end head phones as you can see in many reviews Online.
I did listen it in a studio of a friend of mine and they do sound a lot better if plugged in to an proper sound card with higher output.

Did you actually listen to this head phone or is your opinion based on your knowledge? If so, i did listen to an KRK KNS-8400 because i was reading some nice reviews of it. When i listen to it it sounded awful to be honest ( i did own the MTH-M50x at the time so i had a reference point)

Couldn't help sharing this tongue.gif let me know what you think of these idiots.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1rXcJuEsy0
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Hurricane28,

Can you get good prices on Bang & Olufsen audio gear where your located?
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