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post #31996 of 32004
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I was there just a few hours ago and I did see those 770i, I was like wtf?

I didn't ask them about it or anything but I'll have to see what they are really up to with those 16ohm drivers...

 

I still love the bassy sound sig on the old 80ohm pro. They aren't exactly transparent, but they sure are fun to listen to.

post #31997 of 32004
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I was there just a few hours ago and I did see those 770i, I was like wtf?

I didn't ask them about it or anything but I'll have to see what they are really up to with those 16ohm drivers...

Haha, that's too ironic. Yeah, had I tried them I don't think I would have been of much help to this forum, considering I've only ever heard the MMX 300 for comparison.

post #31998 of 32004
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Haha, that's too ironic. Yeah, had I tried them I don't think I would have been of much help to this forum, considering I've only ever heard the MMX 300 for comparison.


I also saw the Custom Studio? (I think they are the Custom One Pro, because they look identical yet the name is different)

 

I wonder what Beyer is doing with their line up......?

post #31999 of 32004
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I also saw the Custom Studio? (I think they are the Custom One Pro, because they look identical yet the name is different)

 

I wonder what Beyer is doing with their line up......?

I noticed that too, actually. Strange...

post #32000 of 32004

Custom Teslas coming as well. Rumored T1880 but that's a T80 style rumor for me right now. 

post #32001 of 32004
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I have this cable (3.5mm from controller to 2.5mm) and it does work perfectly with the Mixamp so it should work with AX720 too.

No. AX720 is a 3.5mm input for the controller. Mixamp is 2.5mm. It won't work.

In the near/far future I'm ONLY interested in wireless headphones for a closed headphone solution. Hell, At this point, I wouldn't mind going all wireless, open and closed. I'd just hope the Wireless headphone has a proper transmitter with a 3.5mm input so I could hook up a virtual surround amp (non-working X7 atm).

I'm in that part of my life where convenience trumps sound quality. Obviously, the best SQ for the money would be nice.
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post #32002 of 32004

Was asking about the Senn RS185's (or similar) a few pages ago being fed from one of the options.

 

RCA to 3.5mm cable via a mixamp for the console, optical using "what you hear" for the PC

 

I reckon they could be viable.

post #32003 of 32004
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No. AX720 is a 3.5mm input for the controller. Mixamp is 2.5mm. It won't work.

My mistake, sorry. From the looks of it the 3.5mm jack is a 3-pole one and not a 4-pole one, so my best guess is that it is internally wired just like the 2.5mm jack in the x360 controller so a 2.5mm>3.5mm adapter on a PS4 chat cable would work. 3.5mm 4-pole plug from the controller to 3.5mm 3-pole plug on the AX720

post #32004 of 32004
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I've been experimenting with it a bit on my notebook, but Windows 10 was a bit of a wake-up call in that volume adjustment no longer works properly.

 

With the X-Fi MB3 device as the default, it's either mute or whatever your Realtek volume's set at, and because the native Realtek device is NOT the default, that's not what gets adjusted by the volume controls.

 

This wasn't a problem in Windows 8.1, so who knows if Creative's ever going to fix it...



Eeeeehhh, that doesn't really answer what I wanted to know.

I would like to know if it'll function with my Xonar DG, (or if it works with any Xonar card).

Basically to get SBX I can either try to buy that and stick with my Xonar DG, or buy a new soundcard. ATM my Xonar seems to be giving me good sound (though I don't know if it's of a level of quality appropriate for my Fidelio X1s...), and i don't think I'll be able to get a Creative card of comparable quality that comes with SBX, for cheaper than buying the MB3 software.

I don't really feel like upgrading my soundcard for qualities sake right now because I feel like getting something significantly better than my Xonar DG will cost more than I can justify and I probably won't hear much difference...

I've got other things I want to blow money on, ya know?

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