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Poll Results: Which sound card for Vista x64?

 
  • 29% (23)
    HT Omega Claro
  • 62% (48)
    AuzenTech X-FI Prelude
  • 7% (6)
    Other
77 Total Votes  
post #51 of 86
Which Headphones Binormakilla ??
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Headphones arnt a problem for me

Acutally a little lol DT250 or DTT770pro
I didn't want Beyer or Grados because I read they both (pretty much) need to have an amp, while the ATH-A700s are supposed to be fine without an amp. Also, I heard the A700s are SUPER comfortable, which is one of my musts for gaming.

Edit: I LOVE your avatar =)
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post #54 of 86
Yea i know they need a AMP

DTT770 are power hungry as hell.

Not sure on the AMP yet.

Either a Corda Arietta or O1 Amp-DAC

Not cheap

Yea the avatar is full of win !
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Which Headphones Binormakilla ??
Sennheiser HD555s. I use these when my fiance is taking a nap or studying. They're really great......got a good deal at newegg for $89.
Any other time it's Logitech Z5500s all the way. No headphones can replace the rumble of an aircraft's bombing run........
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post #56 of 86
Wish i could use Newegg
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Sennheiser HD555s. I use these when my fiance is taking a nap or studying. They're really great......got a good deal at newegg for $89.
Any other time it's Logitech Z5500s all the way. No headphones can replace the rumble of an aircraft's bombing run........
I'm thinking of grabbing the Z5500s in the near future. Decided against the HD555s due to their open backs and lack of bass. Plus, I read they can be a bit tight (I have a slightly larger than normal head), whereas multiple people said they sleep with A700s on. Still, that deal at NewEgg is pretty killer IMO.
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post #58 of 86
The HT Omega is supposed to be better for playing music as compared to the Auzentech Prelude. But there is one problem, the Auzentech Prelude has 'bit-match play' option and the Omega doesn't. I emailed Omega support and confirmed this with them(although they said they are considering this for the future). If using an external reciever, this could make the Prelude trump the HT Omega for sound qaulity in music. You can't get better sound qaulity than a signal that is pure and hasn't been resampled, right?
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The HT Omega is supposed to be better for playing music as compared to the Auzentech Prelude. But there is one problem, the Auzentech Prelude has 'bit-match play' option and the Omega doesn't. I emailed Omega support and confirmed this with them(although they said they are considering this for the future). If using an external reciever, this could make the Prelude trump the HT Omega for sound qaulity in music. You can't get better sound qaulity than a signal that is pure and hasn't been resampled, right?
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post #60 of 86
Wow...that is insane!

How well does this work the HT Omega Claro+? Is it true Bit-Match?

What is the difference between ASIO4ALL bit match play and the Auzentech prelude's software bit-match play? Will the Auzentech software version be better?
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