Hi, did you have the Super X-fi and did you test it with a headset (headphones/mic combo, that has them combined on one 3.5" jack?) The V-moda M-100 and Crossfade 2 have an integrated cable/mic on one 3.5" jack (it comes with a cheap mic/3.5" combo cable), and you can attach the v-moda boom mic to the headphones. There is also a mic/headphone output splitter adapter for devices that have separate mic and headphone jacks, like the normal computer soundcards. So how does this work in windows then? You set the Super X-fi to 7.1 surroundsound in playback properties, then in recording properties, does it appear as the "communication device?" I'd really like to be able to play Overwatch with the Super X-fi and still be able to communicate with my teammates.