Yeah. I was emphasizing that you're getting a brand new pair for 250.
Normally new ones are 300 and used ones go for ~250, so it's a good price for a new pair.
Is the beyerdynamic dt 990 250 ohm can the one I need? I have a mixamp and creative sound blaster z and sennheiser hd 598. Basically listen to dubstep (skrillex, deadmau), or Metalica type stuff. Either game on 360 or PC. Not really looking for the greatest soundwhoring can as I already have the 598s I just want something alot of fun that can also do double duty for gaming. Im thinking x1, sony ma 900, but just feel gravitated to the dt 990, especialy for ~150$. Anyone got any better ideas or opinions?
Heads-up for the K612 Pros, amazing, amazing headphones [even when driven off a DAP, unamped IMO, though they will surely improve further when my amp arrive].
For the same price as the MA900, IMO they beat it in everything but air quantity and sheer soundstage size [though the imaging is superior], bass is subjective [K612 a bit tighter, MA900 a bit boomier, but still very tight].
Overall, very impressed, they are different to the MA900 somewhat [though still similar in essence].
I'll post more when the amp is here [M-Stage] but as said, even now, they are essentially what I hoped for [and you still have the opportunity to get the K701/2 pads for them to gain a bit more air/soundstage at the expense of a bit of bass, I am planning to get them later]
Not sure if this is the right place for my question.
Would there be a difference in games (FPS) with this situation?
from Soundcard > Headphones; moving to USB DAC > Amp > Headphones
I read here and there suggestions to go with SPDIF from soundcard into DAC but in another place I read that there won't be any difference.
I mean there would obviously be the difference in quality from a crappy onboard soundcard to a decent DAC. What I mean is, in terms of sound cues about players positions, would there be any difference?
Thanks a lot in advance!