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post #21 of 48
Lol. You were gonna blow a lot of cash for very little gain. Go with titanium HD. Its better than fatal1ty champ. When set up properly its a gaming beast.

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post #22 of 48
Quote:
Originally Posted by mrsmiles;12722088 
from what i read the FiiO E9 can power the AKG k701's just fine although i dont really know what the pair would sound like.
Quote:
Originally Posted by chinesekiwi;12722343 
the AKG K701/K702 are notoriously hard to drive to due their piss poor sensitivity.
A real love it or hate it headphone. I'm in the hate it camp. the Fiio E9 will drive it, just not to it's potential.

Well, he's gonna use it mostly for gaming, he doesn't really need all the extra details from better amps.
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post #23 of 48
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Originally Posted by canoners;12745525 
Well, he's gonna use it mostly for gaming, he doesn't really need all the extra details from better amps.

AKG's practically need an amp to even run. laughingsmiley.gif
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post #24 of 48
Thread Starter 
I searched around for comparisons between ST/STX and Titanium HD. I get the impression that Titanium HD is better for gaming (reproduce audio cues slightly better due to CA20k2 chip) while music sounds better in ST/STX.
Since I'm using it for gaming I think it's better to go with Titanium HD.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Simca;12746278 
AKG's practically need an amp to even run. laughingsmiley.gif

That's why I suggested the E9. For mostly gaming, you don't really need a better amp than that. :s
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post #26 of 48
Quote:
Originally Posted by soloz2;12704337 
Upgrade your source first. Your headphones are already pretty decent and unless you step ip to a dedicated amp and better source better headphones will only give you a minimal gain anyway. IMO
Not sure if you decided something already, but this is my pick^

PS: and for headphone as ppl said before, probably DT880
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post #27 of 48
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by NorCa;12762049 
Not sure if you decided something already, but this is my pick^

PS: and for headphone as ppl said before, probably DT880

That's what I'm doin by getting a X-Fi Titanium HD. smile.gif

One thing that is confusing me whether this card has a built-in HP amp? Creative's Website mentions it can power 330ohms headphone at max output.
But some guy at head-gi (Robscix?) mentioned that it had no dedicated amplifier circuit.
So will it be able to power HD650/600 which are 300ohm HP?
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post #28 of 48
Quote:
Originally Posted by tech99;12754811 
I searched around for comparisons between ST/STX and Titanium HD. I get the impression that Titanium HD is better for gaming (reproduce audio cues slightly better due to CA20k2 chip) while music sounds better in ST/STX.
Since I'm using it for gaming I think it's better to go with Titanium HD.
Yep. Titanium HD is a stronger gaming card. It's not shabby for music listening either.
Quote:
Originally Posted by tech99;12762360 
That's what I'm doin by getting a X-Fi Titanium HD. smile.gif

One thing that is confusing me whether this card has a built-in HP amp? Creative's Website mentions it can power 330ohms headphone at max output.
But some guy at head-gi (Robscix?) mentioned that it had no dedicated amplifier circuit.
So will it be able to power HD650/600 which are 300ohm HP?
No, it does not have a headphone amp. It'll be able to run a HD650/600 but not to their full potential. For those headphones, I recommend a DAC and an amplifier.
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Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by RallyMaster;12764739 
No, it does not have a headphone amp. It'll be able to run a HD650/600 but not to their full potential. For those headphones, I recommend a DAC and an amplifier.

What about 250ohm HP like DT880and DT990? Will it be able to power those?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tech99;12767012 
What about 250ohm HP like DT880and DT990? Will it be able to power those?

I don't think that would be a great idea either but I haven't tried. I am thinking about buying a DT990 sometime down the road just to try it out though.
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