Headphones for gaming CoD and BF BC2
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AlfredWong

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ive used the dt 990 as gaming cans, love them.
 
 
just used the optical out of my xbox 360 (you gotta have the adapter, i have mine that came with my old xbox 360 elite package), and i plugged it into my DAC and voila, no noise, crystal clear sound, and the soundstage was perfect for gaming, you could hear everything, they put turtle beaches to shame.


I've always heard rumors of signal being "delayed" or something with optical. Does that really happen at all?
 
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I would suggest senn hd600s for CoD. However, they just flounder when I try using them for BF BC2.
 
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oh good all theese headsets cost more then 300$ in russia)) this is my comp's price which can run CoD mw3 and BF3 on highs))))
 
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just used the optical out of my xbox 360 (you gotta have the adapter, i have mine that came with my old xbox 360 elite package), and i plugged it into my DAC and voila, no noise, crystal clear sound, and the soundstage was perfect for gaming, you could hear everything, they put turtle beaches to shame.

What adapter are you talking about? I have the new Xbox 360 S and i'm interested of doing that setup.
 
 
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