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No, haven't heard it, but I'm not a fan of closed headphones overall for gaming.
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Right now I'm mainly looking the either the Sennheiser PC 350 Special Edition or the Sennheiser PC 360. I quite like the idea of getting a closed set as I've had recording issues with the HD555. The condenser mic I use is very sensitive and tends to pick up the game sound.

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I dunno if you can afford it, but the CURRENT iteration of the Mad Dogs is a fantastic closed headphone. Easily the best I've heard that isolates this well, and better than the one I reviewed earlier. I'll be re-doing my review later, but if you can afford them, I think they are worth it.
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The Mad Dogs look nice but a little outside of what I'm willing to pay. The cost of shipping to the UK doesn't help either.

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Ah ok. Im sorry I dont really have much experience with closed headphones.
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No worries! This guide has been incredibly helpful, keep up the good work :D

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For the PC 350 there exists a bass mod on Headfi. I had it years ago. It is very comfy, but the mids are a bit to pronounced for music. The friend of mine who bought it still uses it for gaming.

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Mad Lust any tips on how to get a mike working with use of oDac. 

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Would I need additional amplification if I used the Beyerdynamic DT 990 250 Ohm with the Tritton decoder box?
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post

Mad Lust any tips on how to get a mike working with use of oDac. 

 

The ODAC doesn't have any inputs, so you'll have to plug a mic into a second soundcard with mic inputs and configure your computer to use both at the same time (one for input one for output).

 

I wouldn't use the ODAC for gaming though, I would use a soundcard with surround sound.  Any of those would have a mic input already.

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Couldn't afford them even if I wanted to.
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they always come back on sale at the worst times for you MLE

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Could you review the Plantronic GameCom 780's. Think their 35$ used on Amazon

 

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Originally Posted by Itzryan View Post

Could you review the Plantronic GameCom 780's. Think their 35$ used on Amazon

 

I'm sure he'd be happy to review them if he's sent a pair to review.

 

Otherwise he has no reason to buy them for himself.

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