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Hey i'm looking for some replacement pads for my A900X, I read a few pages of the fourm and saw that the HiFiman velour pads are popular but i was wondering if its possible to get pads similar to what comes on the Steel Series Wireless H headphones. They look very soft and comfy for long gaming and seem to seal the headphones pretty well from external noise. The "Fostex T50RP's Version 3" also use similar quality earpads. Does anyone have any suggestions on where i can get...
Just wanted to put out there that the a900x are really good for gaming, i can't say to much about music quality since i don't use it music really, but for pc gaming it has really impressed me. One thing i noticed was at first it was a bit tricky for me to pin point exactly the direction certain sounds where coming from, which can be a bit disorienting when trying to spin the camera around quickly and finding the guy shooting you, just from the audio. However over time...
Just wanted to say thanks for the review, i ended up buying 1 for myself and they sound great, im not a audiophile so i not truly able to hear the difference in music between my older audio-technica ath-ahc7 but once i played battlefield 3 it was night and day difference, i felt like i could actually get a good average of distance from shots fired, helicopters and incoming tanks/ buggy's even if they were not in my line of sight. Honestly felt like i was cheating...
Thanks for that break down of the compression and what to listen for, i will use your rule of thumb as a base mark and re-rip my CD's at 192kbps, will also do some digging to find out what my music that i own on itunes was compressed at. I'm pretty sure that should be easy to find in google.
Hey ppl just looking for some advice, i found this site about 2 weeks or so ago when trying to find some decent headphones i could afford, i ended up getting a  Audio Technica ATH-A900x, i've only have it for about 2 days now, but wasn't sure how to get the best quality out of them.   I own an iphone 4, ipad 1st generation, and my desktop pc has a creative fatal1ty titanium sound card. I was wondering what type of audio quality i should be looking for, like 128k or...
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