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Originally Posted by Helvetica bold View Post

Is the TB DSS or DSS2 better than the Mixamp 5.8? What would be better with a new AD700x and a PS4?

The dss has a bit more power and less hiss than the mixamp. However it may limit your chat options.
Dss2 does not use true Dolby headphone. I have not heard it myself but I've read it is not as good as the original dss.
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Dunno if anyone has been looking for one of the $200 Amazon Warehouse Deals X2 headphones but there will be one available soon. I'm returning mine due to it causing headaches for extended gaming sessions. The convenience of a BoomPro isn't worth a throbbing skull.

I assume you're complaining about the clamp which is EASILY remedied by stretching the headband out. The headband has steel rods, and can easily form to your needs.

Come on Axel, you know better. I do agree, the X2 is QUITE clampy at first. Just as are so many headphones. Not many are as easily fixed as the X2, however.
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

I assume you're complaining about the clamp which is EASILY remedied by stretching the headband out. The headband has steel rods, and can easily form to your needs.

Come on Axel, you know better.

 

No, it's not a horizontal clamping issue. These were an AWD purchase and the clamp force is pretty light, so perhaps whoever had them first stretched the headband. I believe that my issue stems from weight distribution. The 400i are only 10g lighter than the X2 but in use they feel so much lighter because of how they hug the head.


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Hmm, That's odd. Though I guess I can't say anything. Heavy headphones do bother the hell out of my neck, though I never had an issue with the X2. I do admit it's on the hefty side.
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