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I hope the new pads will reduce the bass just a bit.
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I hope the new pads will reduce the bass just a bit.

basshead.gif

 

Thems fightin words !!! LOL

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use an amp to reduce it

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Does anyone use the Boom Pro Mic in Windows? It works flawlessly on Mac but Windows can't detect it for some reason. I'm trying to play a game of Sanctum 2 with a fellow Head-Fier. :p

 

Windows only detects my MacBook Pro's Cirrus Logic on-board microphone.

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Does anyone use the Boom Pro Mic in Windows? It works flawlessly on Mac but Windows can't detect it for some reason. I'm trying to play a game of Sanctum 2 with a fellow Head-Fier. :p

 

Windows only detects my MacBook Pro's Cirrus Logic on-board microphone.

You need to use the splitter for it.  Mac and some PC can take the 3 ring plug but most PC can't.

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Does anyone use the Boom Pro Mic in Windows? It works flawlessly on Mac but Windows can't detect it for some reason. I'm trying to play a game of Sanctum 2 with a fellow Head-Fier. :p

 

Windows only detects my MacBook Pro's Cirrus Logic on-board microphone.

You need to use the splitter for it.  Mac and some PC can take the 3 ring plug but most PC can't.

I should have clarified: I'm running Windows on my MacBook, so the 4-ring TRRS jacks should be detectable, I think. Actually, this model MacBook only has a single 3.5 mm port, so even if a splitter was required I wouldn't be able to use it. :/


Edited by miceblue - 8/7/13 at 6:39pm
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Does anyone use the Boom Pro Mic in Windows? It works flawlessly on Mac but Windows can't detect it for some reason. I'm trying to play a game of Sanctum 2 with a fellow Head-Fier. :p

 

Windows only detects my MacBook Pro's Cirrus Logic on-board microphone.



There is no support on the windows side for the mic portion of the mic/headphone combined jack on MacBooks.

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There is no support on the windows side for the mic portion of the mic/headphone combined jack on MacBooks.

 

You might be able to find a custom driver for it though. 

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You might be able to find a custom driver for it though. 

 



I don't think people found a solution yet for it. It seems they have tried different drivers but with no success. Doesn't look like Apple is doing anything about it yet, as it pertains to Windows and not Mac OSX.

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3369017

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You might be able to find a custom driver for it though. 

 

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I don't think people found a solution yet for it. It seems they have tried different drivers but with no success. Doesn't look like Apple is doing anything about it yet, as it pertains to Windows and not Mac OSX.

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3369017

Yeah I have a feeling that it was the driver.

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The new pads look frickin awesome, can't wait. I'm so excited, I might wet myself.

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Bah. Maybe I'll go over to a local Apple Store and/or Microsoft Store downstairs and ask some Genius if there is a solution. Dat's pretty lame.

 

On another note, Sanctum 2 has a funky built-in text-to-speech chat feature that it uses by default. Funny stuff.

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XL UPDATE - ACOUSTICS APPROVED - NOW IN PRODUCTION

 

We did a serious listening test of the final 4 variations and decided on #6 in the graph below.  As I have always said, never trust response curves solely as "the fit is the sound" and your individual ear crafts the final response curve - like a room and speakers.  Having said that, it is helpful to take a peek at the machine responses AFTER we test with our golden ears.

 

I delegated (hard for me to type) my team handle the golden ear tests as I do not have big enough ears to be a customer for this product.  I trust this team, they are a hand-picked group of true hi-fi fanatics who have helped me tune the M-series and VAMP.  We even do hearing test audiograms to make sure we can hear properly when testing.

 

Whew- so, there we go  - I finally green lighted mass production and I'll have dates soon.

 


Other Projects

We launched BoomPro/CoilPro and are launching Tuono (the short lightning cable).  Now I must focus on other future products in the works and setting up our international distribution channels and new Europe offices (Milan and Germany).  AUSTRALIA is launching in a few days, Italy and Dubai launched a few weeks ago. And I have some VERY SPECIAL news to announce soon.  

 

It is quite incredible to me, I cannot wait to reveal it (and no this special news is different is not a product).

 

One country at a time!

 

Final XL Cushion test candidates (again solid evidence that flatter is not always better when it comes to FR curves as your ear shapes the sound more than the FR data):

 

 

 


Edited by valkolton - 8/8/13 at 1:54am
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Thank you Val! Appreciate you keeping us up to date. I can't wait to have some all day M-100s!
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(scratches head)

I wonder what the special news could be?

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