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Hi, my on-board soundcard on my motherboard came with this software. I'm wondering what option I should be choosing in the settings here. http://i.imgur.com/olhPY3D.png I'm using headphones, specifically ATH-AD700s, so you would think I should choose the headphones options, but I've been using stereo option for a while. I just found out about this option, and I changed it to the headphones option and it kinda seemed like the sound volume decreased a little, which is why...
Well I already sent an email to Head-Direct about this, but I decided to try the RE0s on again today thinking somehow they might be working again. And lo and behold, both sides work! What's going on? Will the left side eventually stop again?
I was actually on my computer at the time, so I did plug into my computer right away, and it was still the same. I've also tried another pair of headphones on the iPod and it works fine. I ordered from Head-Direct, so I guess I'll just call them tomorrow then... :(
I bought a pair of Head-Direct RE0s, I got them in mail yesterday, and now they are broken. I was listening to music with my Touch today, when the left side of the earphones stopped working, or so I thought. I tried using them again, and I noticed that I could still hear a little bit, so the volume is just really low compared to the right side. I think it was a sudden click when it stopped working, but I don't think that actually matters. So is there any way I can fix,...
Question, what are IEMs? A type of earphones?
Quote: Originally Posted by chadbang "The tensor tympani muscle and stapedius muscle of the inner ear contract in response to loud sounds, reducing the transmission of sound to the inner ear. This is called the acoustic reflex." A study: "Shipyard noise is a variable noise which induces permanent threshold shift (PTS) in exposed workers. In humans, the stapedius reflex has been found to be very stable in this type of exposure. Temporary threshold shift...
Quote: Originally Posted by talleywho I agree. If you get true IEM's and wear them every night for long periods you might get an ear infection, cheapo iPod buds don't go "into" your ear. Plus since they are cheap it won't matter too much if they don't do the trick for the "lullaby" effect or if they break or too are uncomfortable. Question: Why not a set of book shelf speakers or an oscillating fan for white noise? . Well I'm using an iPod...
Is this a good or bad idea? I have trouble sleeping and I want to use it to listen to some white noise while I am sleeping. What I'm worried about is that I might turn my head at night and there goes my headphones.
I see, and do you think I need to get the Rechargeable battery and TOSlink Optical Cable? I don't even know what the optical cable does though.
I'm looking to buy something to connect my headphones and a mic to my 360. I also want something that just makes my music sound better. Not sure if I can have all three things, but you guys know more about this stuff than me. The only thing I've come across that does the first two things, not sure if it makes my music sound better, is the Astro Mixamp. If anyone has any other suggestions then let me know because I rather not spend so much money. Astro Gaming |...
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