I've asked a few questions directed at you but I never got a reply . I asked whether you used sitrep pro in mw2, and if you had played MW3 and how it sounded to you.
My last question was a general one. I'm sure at least a few people have bought one of the headphones you listed to use with dolby following your advice so was just wondering how they got on and If anybody else has tried anything different (in particular the 558's). The DT770's bass is slightly concerning otherwise I would've snapped it up. My x41's have a bass boost button but I tried it yesterday and it completely overpowers the other sounds like footsteps. If the 770's are on the same level it'll be unusable but I'm researching whether I can tone it somehow (a DAC with eq settings?)
Sorry, I get lost with the flood of messages I get, I can't always keep up.
When I played MW2, I was always a Scavenger Pro/Cold-Blooded pro, Sleight of Hand Pro, Ninja Pro type of guy. I did get Sitrep pro eventually, but the benefits of Ninja Pro far outweighted being able to hear others louder. I was already able to hear pretty much everyone without Sitrep Pro. MW2's footsteps and directional audio made the game a breeze in terms of soundwhoring.
I didn't play MW3 much (hate it).
Though I'm still playing Black Ops. Ninja Pro has the make footsteps louder like MW2's Sitrep Pro. It's still like god mode for me. I'm currently sitting on over 3.00 k/d overall, and 4.00 k/d just this month. Definitely gotta say that soundwhoring makes my skills as good as they are.
I certainly wouldn't use the DT770 Pro 80 for CoD. The bass is awesome, but just not good for that game. The DT990 Pro 250 is a better option in terms of having lots of bass and clarity without the need of TOO much amping, and it's really as good as the DT770 pro 80 in terms of synergy with Dolby Headphone.
Edited by Mad Lust Envy - 1/12/12 at 9:38am