The BoomPro does NOT work with my PSB M4U2 headphones. I guess now i have to wait for the ModMic 4.0.
What other options do I have at this point?
I'm at the gym everyday. They get a little stupid with their selection of music. If I didn't see a bunch of weights and machines i would think i just stepped into a concert. They play all their music SOOOOO loud. I'll just flip the noise cancelation and it drowns out whatever BS they have on. It's the thing I use the most so it wasn't a option NOT to have it.
I've gone option 2 which will be a ModMic into a Rockit Adapter into my series 7 amp. I just ordered a Quad Mogami from one of the forum members here. Can't wait to try that out.
oh and as far as the NC making headphones sound worse......I tested personally 15 or so NC (including the QC15s which for being so trendy were actually really good) and read over 30 reviews of the M4U2 and you'd be surprised how many state the M4U2 headphones is ONE of the best NC headphones on the market. But as i mentioned they are for gym use (and i guess gaming set) for now. Eventually I want to get a high end headphone set up.
Someone brought a retail copy to the game room today; although the copyright text mentions Dolby Labs, there is otherwise no presence of a Dolby logo for anything on the case or the disc. (Nobody played it because they were too busy playing Tales of Graces f instead, though.)
For what it's worth, the original GameCube release doesn't have Dolby Pro Logic II-encoded output, either. It's just stereo.
And speaking of which...I know I'm supposed to be more tolerant of old graphics and all, but dear god, this game just looks far too pixellated with a Wii, component cables and an HDTV. It's borderline painful to look at without any form of anti-aliasing and makes me feel like I stepped into the early-1990s era of PC gaming. I really should've played it when I first bought it so that it wouldn't have felt quite as dated.
Unfortunately, one of my friends tells me the PS3 version's been downgraded to 30 FPS, even though there should be no technical reason whatsoever for that.