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Mad Lust Envy's Headphone Gaming Guide: (12/10/2019: Schiit Gaming Dac/Amps 'Hel' and 'Fulla 3' added)

Discussion in 'Video Games Discussion' started by mad lust envy, Jan 17, 2011.
  1. Mad Lust Envy Contributor
    100% something like the Schiit Magni whatever number they are on.
  2. Niyologist
    Yup. The Magni 3 is excellent for the PS4. I have my iFi iOne connected with the Magni 3.
  3. MotionMadness
    No one replied to my post :/ No problem, it is ok :D I ordered a K612 Pro with the help of MLE's reviews, i chose it instead of HD 598/K702 because there was a great price difference. I bought it for 99 euros(115 dollars) on amazon.de, surprising because the price of it is 170 dollars on amazon.com. Now i need a cheap amp until i save money for a Schiit. Can you help me choose? I have couple of choices.

    -Rega Ear

    Sellers says it is an older model but in mint condition and works perfectly.

    -A tube amp model made by a local guy, it sells a lot in here and reviews are really good. Has 3A5 Nos RCA tubes and Korean potentiometer.


    -Fiio Q1
  4. Mad Lust Envy Contributor
    I don't like commenting on gear I don't know anything about, hence why I don't reply to you or anyone asking about random gear.
  5. MotionMadness
    Sorry, your earlier post about that matter weirdly didn't hit me until now even though i read it. I guess because you directed it to people who messages you directly. I also asked about the headphones you reviewed too so that's another reason. I'll ask about the amps somewhere else.
    Last edited: Jun 23, 2018
  6. raymond0309
    Hi, anyone using GSP500 or GSP600? Can I know which one will be better?

    If not paired with GSX1000 and GSX1200, will it sounds good?
  7. WhiteHartMart
    GSP500 disappointed me. To my ears Game One sound better. Now bought some Audio Technical ADG1X which are leap years ahead of the 500s (to my ears at least :wink: )
  8. raymond0309
    How about GSP600? You try before?
  9. WhiteHartMart
    Afraid I haven’t. I just don’t like closed back headphones (for gaming at least).
  10. MotionMadness
    Do HD 558 and G4me One sound close? Can someone compere these two?
  11. Mad Lust Envy Contributor
    So I bought an Avantree Bluetooth transmitter that has aux, rca, AND optical in, plus a lot of codecs.

    Well even though it has aptX and aptX-LL (the ideal codec), it looks like the Koss Portapro wireless only does aptX and not aptX LL, so the transmitter defaults to faststream codec, which is low latency, but sounds... not great.

    Damn, Koss. How you gonna release a new wireless headphones and not have aptX-LL? SMH.

    Bought this transmitter to keep virtual surround from my X7, but the audio quality of this codec is buttcheeks. :frowning2:

    They should definitely sound similar.
    Last edited: Jun 23, 2018
  12. HamsterKing
    @Mad Lust Envy thanks for the review! I'm currently finding solution for the mmx 300 to fit, the ear pads that is included are really painful. I'm just wondering should I go for the mmx 300 or go for other gaming headset. Created a thread about the mmx300 but no one replied
  13. Mad Lust Envy Contributor
    I would get some Dekoni hybrid pads made for the Beyer DT series. Not sure how you could find the stock pads uncomfortable, lol.
  14. HamsterKing
    I'm not very sure too.. I was reading all reviewing and everyone saying it's super comfortable and I was eagerly wanting to purchase it online. Till I went to try it the headphone just clamps my cheekbone/ jaw area, I also have tried it with the beyer T1 it fits but a bit loose it's more comfortable but still hurts. Maybe the headphone doesn't suit me. The dekoni pad is quite pricey
  15. pietcux
    On any headphone the fit and comfort is what's basic. If that is ok, we can talk about the sound. So before you purchase you might want to look elswhere. Sennheiser has some offerings too, or you look into AKG 6XX / 7XX. If you ad a mic you might have all the comfort that you need.

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