Too much to be used 'exclusively' for gaming, yes I agree. Personally I'll be using my cans more than 90% of the time for music (albeit not in an optimal condition >> while working).
I'm just wondering how does the high end stuff compares to the mid level stuff when it comes to gaming.
Because as we know, game SFX and recordings are not up in the same standard as audiophile.
Most of the higher end cans are so sensitive, any imperfection in the recording is said to be highlighted.
Would it give us better/worse/same experience?
Or could you just generalize and say higher level stuff always sounds better?
... I'm making little sense am I??
I'm not saying that every expensive stuff always be better. But I'm pretty sure that the Audeze is way better than my M50...
Well, I'm also curious for the high end stuff used for gaming. One thing is the d7000, that envy already reviewed. It seems that it almost perfect for every gaming and music need. Too bad the price is too expensive...
Cmon envy, review the 650 for gaming
Edited by widdyjudas - 9/27/12 at 10:46am