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SeaSonic X750 Gold 750W ATX12V V2.3/EPS 12V V2.91 SLI Ready 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply $129.99 EMCKJKC27

CORSAIR CMPSU-850TX 850W ATX12V 2.2 / EPS12V 2.91 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready Active PFC Power Supply $89.99 EMCKJKC29

SAMSUNG Black 22X DVD+R 8X DVD+RW 16X DVD+R DL 22X DVD-R 6X DVD-RW 12X DVD-RAM 16X DVD-ROM 48X CD-R 32X CD-RW 48X CD-ROM 2MB Cache SATA DVD Burner LightScribe Support - OEM $16.99

Sennheiser HD 280 PRO Professional DJ Styled Headphone $74.95

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/shrugs I miss there old sales...
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Hm, the seasonic is tempting..got great ratings..
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those Senn HD280's? how are they comparable to HD555's?
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those Senn HD280's? how are they comparable to HD555's?
From my reading, they are not very comparable at all. The 280's are generally not too well received compared to the 555's.

Also, I think I am going to consider picking up this seasonic. Thanks!
    
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Anyone have experience with Seasonic rebates? Good psu for the a project I'm doing.
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those Senn HD280's? how are they comparable to HD555's?
The HD555's are open air headphones compared to the HD280's, which are closed. Open air allows air to pass in and out through the cups, creating the sense of a wider soundstage at the risk of having "less bass" (I say it's just punchier and not muddled, which is perfect for me), and poor sound isolation where it leaks out so everyone around you can hear what you're listening to and you can hear the background noise as well. The first time I put my pair of 555's on and set it to medium volume, my girlfriend thought I was blasting the set purposely to ignore her when in actuality I could still hear her fine. The HD280 are almost the polar opposite since they are closed - bass is heavier (some say boomy), sound isolation is better, but soundstage is not as wide.

So it depends what kind of music you are into, or what your intended purposes are. If you like Rap and R&B, then you might like the HD280's better due to the better bass response (although, like I said, it is kind of muddy). For any other music and overall versatility (movies and especially gaming), my vote goes for the HD555 as the better soundstage is immediately noticeable in just about any media outlet. Even after using these headphones for over a month to watch regular DIVX AVI files, I often check behind me to see if anyone is there because I keep hearing people talking or extra background noise. I then rewind back to that part and realize it's actually the background chatter and sound effects of the movie/show I am watching! With 720p/1080p MKV's there is even more detail, which gives me that great cinematic feeling that I've been chasing without breaking the bank!
     
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Anyone have experience with Seasonic rebates? Good psu for the a project I'm doing.
Just to clarify, there are no rebates involved. The savings are instant. I might be wrong though, but it sure looks this way.

Edit: I snagged the X750. Thanks again!
Edited by DayoftheGreek - 1/7/11 at 8:45am
    
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Tyvm for the info. I am considering it for gaming. My biggest concern is comfortability. With a larger head. hopefully it will not hurt my ears.

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The HD555's are open air headphones compared to the HD280's, which are closed. Open air allows air to pass in and out through the cups, creating the sense of a wider soundstage at the risk of having "less bass" (I say it's just punchier and not muddled, which is perfect for me), and poor sound isolation where it leaks out so everyone around you can hear what you're listening to and you can hear the background noise as well. The first time I put my pair of 555's on and set it to medium volume, my girlfriend thought I was blasting the set purposely to ignore her when in actuality I could still hear her fine. The HD280 are almost the polar opposite since they are closed - bass is heavier (some say boomy), sound isolation is better, but soundstage is not as wide.

So it depends what kind of music you are into, or what your intended purposes are. If you like Rap and R&B, then you might like the HD280's better due to the better bass response (although, like I said, it is kind of muddy). For any other music and overall versatility (movies and especially gaming), my vote goes for the HD555 as the better soundstage is immediately noticeable in just about any media outlet. Even after using these headphones for over a month to watch regular DIVX AVI files, I often check behind me to see if anyone is there because I keep hearing people talking or extra background noise. I then rewind back to that part and realize it's actually the background chatter and sound effects of the movie/show I am watching! With 720p/1080p MKV's there is even more detail, which gives me that great cinematic feeling that I've been chasing without breaking the bank!
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I had purchased the Corsair 850W power supply listed in this deal on Saturday, but the promo code was not active at that time.

I just called Newegg and they are going to credit my card for the $20 difference (although at the expense of receiving a lecture on how promo codes work).

Just FYI in case anyone else is in the same situation.
    
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