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Ok thx for that info will keep it on the highest settings then. Any idea on how to connect the Creative Gigaoworks 2 Speakers to the card? They use a minijack to minijack cable only it seems. Could I use a mini jack to phono splitter ?

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How I wish the EQ on the u3 was better... Actually it is rubish.

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@miceblue - you can afford a Stax but have a crappy old TV?? Lol :smile:

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@miceblue - you can afford a Stax but have a crappy old TV?? Lol :smile:

Is all about priorities. It just shows his dedication.

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STAX x Wii
Sure, why not? XD

Wire city!

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@miceblue - you can afford a Stax but have a crappy old TV?? Lol smile.gif
It may not be 1080p HD, but CRT televisions are sought after by fighting game junkies because they have almost zero input lag. Since Miceblue is playing a fighting game (with a resurrection mod to give an old game new tricks), it stands to reason that's what he's going for.
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@Evs - good point, but selling off your children for medical experiments (note the lone teddy bear) to fund your Stax addiction is maybe pushing the envelope a little :smile:

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@Evs - good point, but selling off your children for medical experiments (note the lone teddy bear) to fund your Stax addiction is maybe pushing the envelope a little :smile:

 

The teddy is Miceblue's fighting coach. Note the blank, emotionless, almost dead smile on its face. That's a sure sign of a disappointed instructor if I ever saw one.


Edited by AxelCloris - 12/10/13 at 8:55am
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A 480p game also doesn't look so hot on larger displays. XD

But yeah, it's quite the wire mess over there with cables running in every direction.
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Originally Posted by AxelCloris View Post

The teddy is Miceblue's fighting coach. Note the blank, emotionless, almost dead smile on its face. That's a sure sign of a disappointed instructor if I ever saw one.

It's the missing ear that breaks my heart..... are Stax's really that worth it?

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You need to make sure that the Xonar U3 in the control panel (not the soft ware panel) is set to 7.1.

 

Can´t seem to find this one. It´s not the '7.1 Virtual Speaker Shifter' in Xonar Audio Center right?

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Beat -- that's the Windows Sound CP - click on the speaker icon / playback on the taskbar.  

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I doubt he "hates" it. Probably just dosent like it like me :D.

 

Oh, trust me, I'm using his term of choice when I say "hates".

 

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STAX x Wii
Sure, why not? XD

 

Hey, now you've got the right headphones to do SSBB's epic soundtrack justice!

 

(And about the CRT, I actually do know a guy here at the uni game room who lugs a small CRT TV into the room because the LG HDTVs here have terrible input lag and are frequently occupied.

 

Still, nobody should talk smack about CRTs, especially for gaming. My Sony GDM-FW900 curbstomps just about any flat-panel ever made, and it's a decade old!...but that's a professional monitor, not an SDTV.)

 

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are Stax's really that worth it?

 

If you can afford it? YES. Welcome to mind-blowing clarity.

 

However, the main barrier to entry is the amp side of things. If you've got a good speaker amp handy, like an old integrated receiver, you can get a vintage Stax setup with an SRD-6 or SRD-7 for $300 or less on eBay quite frequently.

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Originally Posted by SaLX View Post
are Stax's really that worth it?

 

If you can afford it? YES. Welcome to mind-blowing clarity.

 

However, the main barrier to entry is the amp side of things. If you've got a good speaker amp handy, like an old integrated receiver, you can get a vintage Stax setup with an SRD-6 or SRD-7 for $300 or less on eBay quite frequently.

Does that kind of input lagg actually matter? Anyway, Stax are well, well worth it if you like the type of sound of 'stats. 

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Does that kind of input lagg actually matter?

If you're looking to do frame perfect moves, yes, it does. 

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