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DAC/AMP or soundcard? Primary use: gaming

Hello, i had a few bucks to spare and i was thinking about inverting in audio. I have some Philips SHP 9500 headphones and I use speakers from an old Sony LBT D105 sound system.

I was seriusly considering to get an EVGA NU Audio, a lots of reviews say it sounds spectacular, but it basically is a DAC/AMP and even it connects to PCIE it is a USB device.
I kept reading and found out that the Topping DX3 Pro trade blows with the NU Audio. Its main advantage is that it doesn't uses any drivers (Let's be fair, it uses USB drivers), so I could keep it for a looooooong time (and that's basically the idea), but it doesn't have any EQ (which the NU Audio has, through its drivers) and also, i don't know how games will sound when using it, and I can't find ANY reviews pointing to that aspect. The Topping is also pricier than the NU Audio, by at least, 50 bucks (The Nu Audio is on sale right now, at $160/170)

The big question is: how does games sound though an AMP/DAC? Will i notice a big difference? Having said that, which one would you choose and why?
I will use it with a 2.0 or 2.1 setup, i'm more a stereo guy, not a surround guy.


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SCHIIT sells a combo dac/amp+ microphone, and it was on sale recently. I would'a 100% went this route if it existed when I got my stack forever ago now.

https://www.schiit.com/products/hel

sound cards have been a crap shoot for many many moons now. EVGA releasing some aRGB Hot Garbage doesn't change that.

it'll sound great, and there's no silly software or fake surround sound nonsense built in

I switched away from USB solutions ages ago. I can't stand headsets, and USB mics always have delay when separated from a headset. So now I have a dac, amp, and microphone amp on my desk, which easily cost $300.

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I still have my OG pair of SHP9500s, they're not my daily's ever since I got my Fidelio X2s but I still haven't found anything as comfortable as them

You can use Equalizer APO + PEACE to get an EQ for any audio device on your PC, if you go with a DAC/AMP and still want an EQ you won't be left out.

https://sourceforge.net/projects/equalizerapo/

https://sourceforge.net/projects/pea...apo-extension/

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If you can get the old EVGA NU for sub $150, it isn't a bad Dac/Amp at all. I only use mine with headphones though. it sounds compatible to my other dacs with similar chips and can get loud. if you already have an amp, the $100 Khadas Tone Board is very good also.

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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
SCHIIT sells a combo dac/amp+ microphone, and it was on sale recently. I would'a 100% went this route if it existed when I got my stack forever ago now.

https://www.schiit.com/products/hel

sound cards have been a crap shoot for many many moons now. EVGA releasing some aRGB Hot Garbage doesn't change that.

it'll sound great, and there's no silly software or fake surround sound nonsense built in

I switched away from USB solutions ages ago. I can't stand headsets, and USB mics always have delay when separated from a headset. So now I have a dac, amp, and microphone amp on my desk, which easily cost $300.
Hahaha, it's going to sound strange, but I avoid "gaming" products like the plague. I only put my eyes on the EVGA because it seemed to simplify my options by a lot. As i said, i don't know too much about audio, so i tried to not lose my mind early on with specs and data and other stuff. I'm proud to say that there's no RGB activated on my PC.

Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
I still have my OG pair of SHP9500s, they're not my daily's ever since I got my Fidelio X2s but I still haven't found anything as comfortable as them

You can use Equalizer APO + PEACE to get an EQ for any audio device on your PC, if you go with a DAC/AMP and still want an EQ you won't be left out.

https://sourceforge.net/projects/equalizerapo/

https://sourceforge.net/projects/pea...apo-extension/
How cool are the Fidelios? If i recall correctly, they are 30 ohms... a lot of people say to me that i won't perceive any difference since my 9500 are 32 ohms and can be handled by the onboard audio just fine. Did you try them with a DAC/AMP or an AMP only device?

Quote: Originally Posted by carlhil2 View Post
If you can get the old EVGA NU for sub $150, it isn't a bad Dac/Amp at all. I only use mine with headphones though. it sounds compatible to my other dacs with similar chips and can get loud. if you already have an amp, the $100 Khadas Tone Board is very good also.
That was the plan, get it for $150 during BF. TBH, hearding that they already announced a rebranded version (NU Pro) made me rethink about getting them, the card doesn't have even a year yet and they rebranded it... and make me think about the drivers... the idea is keep whatever i buy for many years, so maybe the NU Audio is not the best idea for me. Regarding your other DACs, how much do they change your experience when gaming?

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Hahaha, it's going to sound strange, but I avoid "gaming" products like the plague. I only put my eyes on the EVGA because it seemed to simplify my options by a lot. As i said, i don't know too much about audio, so i tried to not lose my mind early on with specs and data and other stuff. I'm proud to say that there's no RGB activated on my PC.



How cool are the Fidelios? If i recall correctly, they are 30 ohms... a lot of people say to me that i won't perceive any difference since my 9500 are 32 ohms and can be handled by the onboard audio just fine. Did you try them with a DAC/AMP or an AMP only device?



That was the plan, get it for $150 during BF. TBH, hearding that they already announced a rebranded version (NU Pro) made me rethink about getting them, the card doesn't have even a year yet and they rebranded it... and make me think about the drivers... the idea is keep whatever i buy for many years, so maybe the NU Audio is not the best idea for me. Regarding your other DACs, how much do they change your experience when gaming?
Actually, what headphones I use make more of a difference. I prefer the Q701's, the HD600 are my 2nd favorite "gaming" cans. all of my Dacs sound similar to me. depends on the output performance. as long as the sound can be turned to max without distorting, I am good. I have no need for 5.1/7.1, 2.1 is my thing. I also use DAWS and play Instruments on my pc. my best/favorite all around Dac/Amp is my Aune S16 outputting to the Jot for balanced headphone listening....

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Getting into the audio side of things is a world of personal preference, expectations for your personal sound, and snake oil. Here are a couple things to think about/consider

First id make sure to clarify your needs, do you need both in and out? Do you plan to use the audio equipment for an extended time frame? Do you stream and need quality mic input?

Second id say clarify what you expect from your audio. Many people prefer a V shaped sound output which emphasizes the lows and highs giving you the extra rumbley bass and such. This is the usual MO for many DACs and consumer/gamer grade audio equipment. Im personally of the opinion that having the output uncolored and as close to how its intended as possible to be the most important.

Third, is the potential for extra EMI from your system of concern? Do you want something you can easily move between systems with little effort?


Obviously there are many other potential points to the question of what you should pick, but here is my 2 cents for what its worth. I always want to hear the audio as close to how the person who made it intended it to be heard/mixed it, this means i look for audio to be uncolored by my outputs. I also do a lot of voice chat and MIC quality and control is of gain is of high importance to me on top of being able to have fine control of 2 in/outs regarding volume at arms reach. This is what lead me to purchasing the Scarlett 2i2 https://focusrite.com/usb-audio-inte...t/scarlett-2i2

This little device has been great and allows me to output to both speakers and HPs with volume control for both and to tune the gain on my inputs better than i would through software to get what i personally consider to be the best in clarity and quality. This again is just me personally, I purchased the GEN2 2i2 off ebay for 50$ a couple years ago and it has been absolutely amazing. It works well on windows with Drivers that allow you to get sub 10ms input latency if recording and can have both my HPs and Edifier speakers plugged in with volume control for each output in hardware just under my monitor and doesnt color my audio unnecessarily.

Another thing to keep in mind is that Speakers/HPs and their sound profile play a large part in what you hear. If you get ones that have weak bass and you use software to boost it you will end up with clipping and other problems that even if you dont notice them are there. Audio isnt just about the interface with the computer but the entire in/out package. Good audio out with bad HPs/Speakers wont matter.

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a lot of people say to me that i won't perceive any difference since my 9500 are 32 ohms and can be handled by the onboard audio just fine. Did you try them with a DAC/AMP or an AMP only device?

Yeah, I bought my FiiO E10K when I only had my SHP9500 and an ancient pair of AKG K81 DJ. I got more volume and a fancy volume knob but that's about it.

Onboard audio is generally good enough nowadays.

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