Next, whenever I listen to music through the "MP3" port, it is LOW in volume. I had the player turned full blast and you could still barely hear it. If I'm playing something for fun or something that doesn't require me to hear every single footstep, I enjoy listening to music while I game. However, it's not enjoyable when I can't even hear it which is disappointing because that feature was one of the selling points for the MixAmp to me.
Finally, has anyone that has used this combo thought that it lacks in volume unless you have the knob turned completely to game chat? It's still audible but I can actually hear the fan I have on low across the room from me while playing Gears of War 2 which is a pretty loud game. lol I haven't tested a quieter game to see if I can still pick up on footsteps and gunfire but the volume is making me assume it will be difficult.
The PC360 itself I am still undecided on. It's extremely comfortable, well built, and looks great. However, the bass seems to be nearly non-existent (I was expecting light bass but for music you can barely even hear the bass drum and for explosions and loud noises in games, it's severely lacking. As I said, I expected it to be light which is fine but definitely thought it would be adequate. Hopefully, the burn-in will improve my perspective on these.
Sorry for the long read but hopefully someone can help me out.