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post #16 of 101

headphone: Takstar TS-671

Microphone: 2x takstar tcm370.

 

Other: superlux hd668b, somic mh463.

 

next buy: hd6000 (isolation & likeage)


Edited by emeritoaugusto - 11/7/13 at 6:05pm
post #17 of 101

Solo play: Sennheiser HD-555

 

Communicative play: Razer Carcharias

post #18 of 101
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Originally Posted by xen0phon View Post
 

 

 

Do they have a long coiled cable too? No experience with Beyerdynamic's tbh but would be in the market for something that is noticeably more comfortable than the M50's.

 

I have a PC hooked to the TV in my living room so the couch is about 10ft away (I have to move it closer with the M50's), any idea if there is a set of cans out there with a longer cable? It's not a huge deal to move the couch but I'm lazy :)

The DT990's Pro have the coiled cable.  I sit about 10' away as well and I use a 6' extension and have no issues.  I'm sure someone will point out my flaw in doing this, but moving from a 'gaming' headset to these real headphones are amazing change for me.

post #19 of 101
I use my stax sr407 at home connected to a modded srm1mk2 and parasound dac1500 =)
post #20 of 101
Quote:
Originally Posted by xen0phon View Post
 

 

 

Do they have a long coiled cable too? No experience with Beyerdynamic's tbh but would be in the market for something that is noticeably more comfortable than the M50's.

 

I have a PC hooked to the TV in my living room so the couch is about 10ft away (I have to move it closer with the M50's), any idea if there is a set of cans out there with a longer cable? It's not a huge deal to move the couch but I'm lazy :)

 

My Sennheiser HD-555's have a...10' cable? I am not exactly sure of the length, but it's extra long and I use it from my entertainment center to the couch all the time.

post #21 of 101
Sony MA900. Comfort, light, soundstage and imaging are incredible, and quite affordable. These things make it a lethal combo.
post #22 of 101

I used Creative Fatal1ty headset for long time, but mic on those is quite bad. After starting to use random desktop mic I bought Superlux HD-668 B and have been using those since. 

post #23 of 101

Anyone knows about the Sennheiser PC333D? you think it's worth it over the PC350/360? 

post #24 of 101

sennheiser hd 800. I have played the entire mass effect trilogy with them. they are my main cans for everything and anything. gaming, movies and music.

post #25 of 101
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Originally Posted by Mad Lust Envy View Post

Sony MA900. Comfort, light, soundstage and imaging are incredible, and quite affordable. These things make it a lethal combo.

yep. I use the same.

post #26 of 101

I've used the sennheiser PC 360's for a few years now for gaming and they have been greatly reliable, mic sounds good and doesn't pick up much ambient noise, very sturdy and comfortable for extended (day long) gaming sessions! 

 

 

... oh yes, they sound great too :D 

post #27 of 101

Beyerdynamic T90. It's the best headphone I have, so that's what I use. No microphone, but I couldn't care less about that.

post #28 of 101

PC360 for me. Tried the DT990 but they simply have too much bass for competitive gaming. If you care about having the convenience of a built in mic for chat, then the PC360 is an outstanding choice.

post #29 of 101
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Originally Posted by rc10mike View Post
 

PC360 for me. Tried the DT990 but they simply have too much bass for competitive gaming. If you care about having the convenience of a built in mic for chat, then the PC360 is an outstanding choice.

To my ears the PC360 has more bass quantity than the DT990. 

Surprised you find it the opposite. 

post #30 of 101

I alternate between the Sennheiser HD598s and Beyer Dynamic DT770.
I drive them with an x-fi titanium HD.

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