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  1. SEALBoy

    Ultimate Ears UE 900 Discussion and Impressions Thread

    Are there any reports of Logitech replacing defective UE900 sets with UE900s?
  2. SEALBoy

    Sibilance and Brainwavz B2?

    I currently have the Dunu DN-1000 and find them too sibilant. Reading through the massive IEM comparison thread I noticed the Brainwavz B2/Fischer DBA-02. Can anyone comment on how sibilant these are? In particular if someone can compare to the DN-1000 that would be great.
  3. SEALBoy

    **Hifiman HE-400 Impressions and Discussion Thread**

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    Sony MDR-MA900 VS HiFiman HE-400

    Ok, this might seem like an odd comparison, but I'm curious if anyone has tested both of these headphones.   My impression from reading reviews is that the Sony MDR-MA900 is one of the best and most well-rounded headsets available at the $200-$250 price point. However, I have noticed sales...
  5. SEALBoy

    Skullcandy PLYR 1 vs Logitech G930

    I never got the chance to try out the G930, but I got a PLYR 1 based on the Head Fi summer buying guide. The sound is fantastic, just make sure you can output audio over optical to the base. The USB is only for charging/mic. But the sound is amazing.
  6. SEALBoy

    Creative Sound Blaster new series Z, Zx & ZxR

    In terms of sound quality, and its handling of surround sound in games. How well does the virtual surround sound of the Z work with headphones?
  7. SEALBoy

    Creative Sound Blaster new series Z, Zx & ZxR

    So... just wondering since I don't have the time to read 63 pages...   What's the general opinion on the Sound Blaster Z? Better than the Titanium HD? It sure is cheaper.
  8. SEALBoy

    Turtle Beach PX5 and Skullcandy PLYR 1 comparison

    I just had the opportunity to do a quick comparison between the wireless Turtle Beach PX5 and Skullcandy PLYR 1 headsets. These are both gaming-oriented headsets. The PX5 is being phased out at this point but runs at $200-$250 new, while the PLYR 1 is newly released and goes for $180.   Design...
  9. SEALBoy

    Trying to put together a PC set up that will output 7.1 Dolby Digital using Toslink - need advice

    I am thinking of buying the Skullcandy PLYR 1 headset, primarily for gaming on my PC: http://www.skullcandy.com/plyr-1   This headset supports a digital optical input using a Toslink cable. It also supports decoding 7.1 Dolby Digital.   I also have a 2.1 speaker system that connects...
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