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Good thing this thread sometimes drifts towards those ultralight headphones. I want to buy a pair for work during those idle minutes and my first thought was the Koss Porta Pro. That Ultrasone isn't availabe directly from Amazon unfortunately but I don't need the mic. I could have gotten a CAL but I prefer open so I can hear people around me.  

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Originally Posted by Napalmhardcore View Post
 

In fairness, even the Astro website doesn't explicitly say "Dolby Headphone". It says "Dolby Digital" 5.1 or 7.1, so I don't understand why it's such a stupid question.


If you already have the Omni why don't you see how that sounds with the pc360 before you get the mix amp , you never know they could sound good together!

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In fairness, even the Astro website doesn't explicitly say "Dolby Headphone". It says "Dolby Digital" 5.1 or 7.1, so I don't understand why it's such a stupid question.

Because I literally answered this right on the Mixamp 2013's entry, and you don't even have to click on the spoiler. People ask questions that are literally answered on the first page. The the DSS entry specifically states that the DSS2 does not have Dolby Headphone.

I mean... it's like people skip the first page and ask questions.
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If you already have the Omni why don't you see how that sounds with the pc360 before you get the mix amp , you never know they could sound good together!

I've got consoles too, so I want the Mixamp for those. I'm not fixated on Dolby Headphone, I just wanted to know exactly what I'm buying. If it sounds good I couldn't care less what technology it is.

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Well, if you're not fixated on Dolby Headphone, the Creative Recon 3D USB is a very versatile gaming device, which works well for both consoles and PC. It's cheaper, and has considerably less hiss than the Mixamp Pro.
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post


Because I literally answered this right on the Mixamp 2013's entry, and you don't even have to click on the spoiler. People ask questions that are literally answered on the first page. The the DSS entry specifically states that the DSS2 does not have Dolby Headphone.

I mean... it's like people skip the first page and ask questions.

And as I stated, I've seen people incorrectly refer to the DSS2 as a Dolby headphone device in the sense that it decodes Dolby signals for use with headphones, but it doesn't use "Dolby Headphone" as in Dolby's own digital signal processing technology/algorithm.

 

I didn't read the DSS description as I wasn't looking to buy one and already know that the DSS2 doesn't support "Dolby Headphone". That is why I sought confirmation about the Mixamp.

 

In regards to an additional amp, I'll hold up my hand and say "my bad". I've been referring to the guide for info on headphones, headsets and virtual surround devices. I didn't look at the amp section, but being not too knowledgeable about matching impedances and power outputs of amps, I thought I'd ask for a suggestion, this being a forum after all.

 

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 Well, if you're not fixated on Dolby Headphone, the Creative Recon 3D USB is a very versatile gaming device, which works well for both consoles and PC. It's cheaper, and has considerably less hiss than the Mixamp Pro.

Thanks for that suggestion. While I am not fixated specifically on Dolby Headphone, I would like to try something different. I already own the SB Omni which shares the same technology. I see buying the Mixamp as a chance to broaden my experience.

 

And I'm sorry for arguing with you. I felt you were being short with me and as much as I respect your opinion and the work you've done, I don't back down if I feel I'm not in the wrong. Hope you understand :)


Edited by Napalmhardcore - 4/1/14 at 1:36pm
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And I'm sorry for arguing with you. I felt you were being short with me and as much as I respect your opinion and the work you've done, I don't back down if I feel I'm not in the wrong. Hope you understand :)

 

He did the same thing to me when I was in here asking questions at first.  Fortunately, I stuck around despite him and have met some cool people and learned a lot.  Don't let grumpy MLE get to you.  Ask your questions and learn so you can help the next group of noobs.

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He did the same thing to me when I was in here asking questions at first.  Fortunately, I stuck around despite him and have met some cool people and learned a lot.  Don't let grumpy MLE get to you.  Ask your questions and learn so you can help the next group of noobs.

The last thing I want to do is pick a fight. Maybe I should have better communicated why I was unsure at the beginning. Hopefully he accepts my apology.

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MLE's a good guy, don't let the frustrated comments bother you. But I agree with him that a lot of the questions people ask can easily be found in the guide information on the first page. Many of us "regulars" end up answering the same questions multiple times. And if it's not on the first post, searching the thread could potentially reveal more information. That said, I can't count the number of dumb statements/questions I've made here, and I'm still around.

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MLE's a good guy, don't let the frustrated comments bother you. But I agree with him that a lot of the questions people ask can easily be found in the guide information on the first page. Many of us "regulars" end up answering the same questions multiple times. And if it's not on the first post, searching the thread could potentially reveal more information. That said, I can't count the number of dumb statements/questions I've made here, and I'm still around.

+1 :D I totally get why MLE is like that sometimes.

 

And all yo newcomers - don't let that get to you. The more experienced you become the less "stupid questions" you will ask and the more you'll warm up to MLE and us <3 :P

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If you take what I say to heart, then you certainly won't ever like me. I'm blunt spoken, but I don't mean it in a condescending way. Just relax, it ain't that serious. I'm not that serious either. frown.gif

I'm not grumpy (ACTUALLY PRETTY HAPPY ATM, YAYAYAY), just, I don't like to act like I'm something I'm not. Sorry if I'm not all sugar and rainbows. The internet is way too sarcastic and mean for people to ever take things personally. Think I have time to keep up with people who don't like me? I genuinely can't be arsed. If we get along, awesome. If we don't, well... too bad for both me and the other person who has a disagreement with me.

Just, when you answer the same questions over and over, and get the same questions asked in messages and the forum yet again, it gets incredibly tiresome. Nothing aginst you PERSONALLY. I just wish people would read the guide first before ever asking ONE question. Chances are, it will be answered there. Unless it's about an item that ISN'T on the guide. If it's not on the guide, I can't make a general opinion of it, despite the many, many times I get asked if headset A is better than headphone X when I clearly don't have them on the guide, therefore I don't have enough experience with.

I should add yet another thing in big bold letters:

IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION, PLEASE READ THE GUIDE FIRST, THE ANSWER MAY BE THERE. READ IT FIRST, THEN ASK.
Edited by Mad Lust Envy - 4/1/14 at 2:30pm
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

If you take what I say to heart, then you certainly won't ever like me. I'm blunt spoken, but I don't mean it in a condescending way. Just relax, it ain't that serious. I'm not that serious either. frown.gif

I'm not grumpy, just, I don't like to act like I'm something I'm not. Sorry if I'm not all sugar and rainbows. The internet is way too sarcastic and mean for people to ever take things personally. Think I have time to keep up with people who don't like me? I genuinely can't be arsed. If we get along, awesome. If we don't, well... too bad for both me and the other person who has a disagreement with me.

Just, when you answer the same questions over and over, and get the same questions asked in messages and the forum yet again, it gets incredibly tiresome. Nothing aginst you PERSONALLY. I just wish people would read the guide first before ever asking ONE question. Chances are, it will bve answered there. Unless it's about an item that ISN'T on the guide. If it's not on the guide, I can't make a general opinion of it, despite the many, many times I get asked if headset A is better than headphone X when I clearly don't have them on the guide, therefore I don't have enough experience with.

I completely understand. I'm the kind of person who double checks stuff to the point it frustrates people I know in the flesh. I just wanted to be sure I had my facts straight, leaving no room for interpretation.

 

Again sorry :)

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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

If you take what I say to heart, then you certainly won't ever like me. I'm blunt spoken, but I don't mean it in a condescending way. Just relax, it ain't that serious. I'm not that serious either. frown.gif

I'm not grumpy (ACTUALLY PRETTY HAPPY ATM, YAYAYAY), just, I don't like to act like I'm something I'm not. Sorry if I'm not all sugar and rainbows. The internet is way too sarcastic and mean for people to ever take things personally. Think I have time to keep up with people who don't like me? I genuinely can't be arsed. If we get along, awesome. If we don't, well... too bad for both me and the other person who has a disagreement with me.

Just, when you answer the same questions over and over, and get the same questions asked in messages and the forum yet again, it gets incredibly tiresome. Nothing aginst you PERSONALLY. I just wish people would read the guide first before ever asking ONE question. Chances are, it will be answered there. Unless it's about an item that ISN'T on the guide. If it's not on the guide, I can't make a general opinion of it, despite the many, many times I get asked if headset A is better than headphone X when I clearly don't have them on the guide, therefore I don't have enough experience with.

I should add yet another thing in big bold letters:

IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION, PLEASE READ THE GUIDE FIRST, THE ANSWER MAY BE THERE. READ IT FIRST, THEN ASK.

 

Where's this guide you speak of? :D

 

Sorry, couldn't resist :o

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Considering it likes to disappear completely when I add a new review and/or edit, it's not too farfetched to not see it at times. :/
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How would you compare the ATH-M50 to the Sennheiser HE90?

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