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Keep in mind that the only thing the volume know on the Zx does is adjust the Windows volume so it's the same thing.  But, if you want an external volume control and don't want to pay for the Zx, check out the Omni too.  It's the same thing as the Z, just USB instead of PCI.

 

I haven't tried, but I assume it works the same as any other audio inputs in Windows.  Click the little speaker in the lower left (system tray), then click "Mixer",  It'll bring up all your volumes and you just adjust as needed.  If that doesn't work, right click the speaker and go to "recording devices" insead of "playback devices".  The Z software probably has sliders for this too.

 

 

 

Appreciate it Still,

 

I looked at the Omni and it looks like the ticket for control, with that said I think I'll still go the Z route just for the amping power. If I'm not mistaken the Omni is a little weaker. It could be a addition down the road to make controlling everything easier.

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Appreciate it Still,

 

I looked at the Omni and it looks like the ticket for control, with that said I think I'll still go the Z route just for the amping power. If I'm not mistaken the Omni is a little weaker. It could be a addition down the road to make controlling everything easier.

 

I don't recall the specs off the top of my head, but I do recall the difference was like 105 (of something) to 107 (of something), which I don't consider material.  I ended up with the Omni over the Z simply because I got it cheaper at the time.  I'm sure you'll be happy with either.

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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

I haven't reviewed it yet, but I can give you a short answer: It's my fave headphone for all around use. It does everything well. Gaming, music, comfort, soundstage, bass, vocals, clarity, etc. Philips knocked it out of the ballpark. It will be my #1 recommendation for those that want a headphone that does everything at least good or better. I'm not saying it's the best at any one thing. I'm saying that the whole package makes it a must have if you need that one headphone that can handle anything.

What's the ETA on the Fidelio X2 review? As of now what number rating would you put for Competitive? The X1 received an 8. Does the X2 surpass it?

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Probably 8.25 because it has slightly less bass and more clarity....at least from what I have read. There might be more to it but i dont think it will ever get a 9 or 9.5, if thats what you want to hear.
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lol

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Omni doesn't have an optical input for the game console:
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