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post #16 of 19
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^ Look what I wrote two posts later. the K701 are amazing, but the bass lacking makes them awful for gaming.

Anyway thank you all, I guess that DT990 it is!

I saw what you wrote. I disagree. The large majority of people disagree as well.

post #17 of 19
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Why? It's very hard to enjoy the game when explosions and other loud noises sounds soooo treble-like.

post #18 of 19
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Why? It's very hard to enjoy the game when explosions and other loud noises sounds soooo treble-like.

There's a difference between competitive gaming and fun gaming. It sounds like you care more about the fun gaming aspects which focuses on immersion vs competitive gaming which focuses on giving you every possible advantage to destroy your opponents. There's nothing wrong with that at all. Check out MLE's gaming headphone guide if you haven't yet.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/534479/

post #19 of 19

In terms of in-game sound and atmospheric performance, I really like my logitech g930 headset.  For games with surround sound design, I've actually found a noticable difference in game dynamic for anything that involves knowing where your enemy is ahead of time (Arkham games, Assassin's Creed, etc.).  My only complaint with them is that I do get a little tired of wearing them after a really marathon session.  The wireless capability is great: go retrieve beverage/sandwich, stay in chat/game.  In terms of comfort, the other thing I can recommend is the Razer Krakens.  My buddy has a pair, and they are hands down the most comfortable pair of cans I have EVER put on.  They sound pretty decent, as well.

-C

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