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Are the PC and Xbox next to each other? What I do for my consoles is route my SU-DH1's output into my capture card or sound card audio inputs, then configure them to output that audio through my PC's audio output.
 

 

Interesting suggestion, thanks! Yes, the Xbox/PC are both at my desk and the PC is on 24/7.

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I ain't never gon edit.
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if you keep putting like 5 posts in a row, people will most likely get irritated and block you and then you wont get your future questions read.

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I did. wink.gif

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Very impressed with how big of a sound such a small headphone can produce...

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How do you feel about the bass? I dunno what genres you listen to, but I certainly don't find them lacking in body for my EDM.
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To me they actually have more body than the Anniversaries. That's what I meant by big sound...

 

I listen to rap/hip hop and there is plenty punch when present. I would say that the bass is between the AE and X1... but with a signature more similar to that of the AE. To those who say this thing lacks sub bass are insane... or extreme bassheads.

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Very impressed with how big of a sound such a small headphone can produce...

 

It does have 70mm drivers.  :tongue_smile:

 

Not that driver size is always correlated to how "big" a headphone sounds, but still...

 

It's basically all driver inside.  Looks like giant KSC75s...

 

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It does have 70mm drivers.  :tongue_smile:

 

Not that driver size is always correlated to how "big" a headphone sounds, but still...

 

It's basically all driver inside.  Looks like giant KSC75s...

 

If these had a detachable cable and thicker pads I would so jump on these at the $150 range. I wonder if Brian at BTG can mod these to have a detachable cable. Also, I wonder if the beyer velours fit without altering its sound.

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hey guys im having a tough time making up my mind on what headphone/soundcard to purchase

im going to have around 300 - 330 AUD to spend so if anyone has the time i would appreciate it if you could recommend a setup :)

right now im thinking about the q701's paired with a Sound Blaster Z

 

thanks :)

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To me they actually have more body than the Anniversaries. That's what I meant by big sound...

 

 I would say that the bass is between the AE and X1... but with a signature more similar to that of the AE. To those who say this thing lacks sub bass are insane... or extreme bassheads.

 

Too bad you don't have your Anniversaries anymore to compare to...

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hey guys im having a tough time making up my mind on what headphone/soundcard to purchase

im going to have around 300 - 330 AUD to spend so if anyone has the time i would appreciate it if you could recommend a setup :)

right now im thinking about the q701's paired with a Sound Blaster Z

 

thanks :)

 

I thought you were going with the X1?  I think that would work better with rap and hip-hop.

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To me they actually have more body than the Anniversaries. That's what I meant by big sound...

I listen to rap/hip hop and there is plenty punch when present. I would say that the bass is between the AE and X1... but with a signature more similar to that of the AE. To those who say this thing lacks sub bass are insane... or extreme bassheads.

By sub bass, I'm referring to anything between the 20-35hz range. Compared to the X1, there is definitely much less volume at those frequencies compared to their mid bass. Once you jump to 50hz and up the MA900 fills out quite well, though the X1's broader range fills out the bass more.

But because most music tends to focus on mid bass anyways, the MA900 doesn't lack in bass. Not to mention the Mixamp cuts off at 35hz anyways, so for movies and whatnot, the MA900 is very full sounding, with plenty of bass.
Edited by Mad Lust Envy - 9/6/13 at 11:13pm
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