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It was a comment on 1 of the dozens of forums.. it would be really hard to find.. i just wanted some kind of comfirmation ir denial of any experiemces with this topic...
Looking for something to play competitive video games so i need positional accuracy, probably meaning an accurate soundstage.   I also want a neutral sound, i like to rap for fun, and having a neutral headphone for monitoring also, would be nice. I imagine that neutrality probably doesn't take much from positional accuracy so yeah.   Anything headphone that looks relatively clean.    I was looking at the sound magic hp150s, but I've seen somewhere that the sound...
So hp150s will probably best soundstage accuracy under 200? They looks pretty sleek honestly... and my birthdays less then a week now.. so i still have time to decide
Never said it was more important. But i just wanted to see if there were any that might have been an in between. I didnt know that earcup size was the biggest effect on soundstage on closed headphones
Another sick suggestion... the main thing i dont like about those is the massive headband, it looks really clean though. i also dont want them to be too big, they look about the size of the dt770, and those cups, even though probably optimal for soround, seem just too big
Thanks for the suggestion. Definatly a strong contendor. Though i dont quite enjoy it for all its aesthetics.. ill definatly suggest it at a much cheaper price point
I have xonar essence st if that changes anything
For mainly use in competative gaming at lans (isolated) but also for music listening For m70x i like the build quality and cords much better. As far as positional accuracy for gaming i assume that since its known to be a very accurate headphone, its postional accuracy will be very strong. Though they do not look super comfortable compared to msr7. There have been many good reviews about it. On the other hand MSR7 looks like a slightly more *fun* headphone with a big...
thank you so much... at first i was leaning toward other headphones (m-80 and urbanites) due to the style, but when looking at reviews of the hd25 i was very intrigued. i have them know, they sound clean, have plenty of bass and are light for portable use.Thank you!
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