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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.
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  1. Riku540
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    The clamp is slightly tighter but has never bothered me. Some people complain about the little pad in the middle of the headband that rests on top of your head creating a little pressure point, but I have found as long as you adjust the headband length accordingly it's a none issue. I don't even notice it's there anymore, and it helps prevent them from sliding forward or backward. They're actually surprisingly light and have a very durable feel to them. I'm just afraid to get fingerprints/scratches on the (very sexy) titanium nameplate. [​IMG]
     
    They are rather unforgiving on the high end music-wise, but in regards to gaming everything is ultra-crisp and will probably have some of that DT 990 sparkle you like.
     
  2. Mad Lust Envy Contributor
    I dunno, people complain a lot about their comfort. I'm REALLY anal about that sort of the thing. Hell, even the D7000 isn't perfect in comfort for me. It's a bit too loose for my taste.
     
    Companies need to mimic what the Sony F1 and Steelseries Siberia did when it comes to headband adjustment. The K70x is somewhat like that, but not as 'free' as the ones I mentioned.
     
    As for your Pro 900 a 9/10 in competitive. I probably wouldn't agree. The fact that their bass is monstrous will still make you lose focus on the subtle details. I'd say I'd probably believe that they'd be a 7/10 or 8/10 in competitiveness. The 990's bass is super quick, which is why I even gave it an 8. I believe a bass neutral to bass light headphone deserves the 9/10 and 10/10 in competitive gaming. Pure for practical purpose.
     
    Though I'm just assuming so...
     
  3. Riku540
    My 9/10 competitive is based on the fact that it is superior to my DT 880, but not as good as the AD700 in competitive play. I also have not heard the K70x so my 10/10 competitive experience is limited to the AD700. In any case, I'm sure there are a lot of other factors such as play style that can factor into competitive taste as well.
     
    Chances are your assumptions are right for your tastes. We've never agreed on everything anyways. [​IMG]
     
    Should you ever get a chance to try them though I believe the PRO 900's are a hidden gem that is often overlooked for gaming due to them being closed and the misunderstanding of the S-Logic, and deserves to be on this list for outstanding gaming headphones.
     
  4. shamrock134
    I can only compare the Pro900 to D7000s and HD600s for gaming. I find the Pro900 to be superior.
     
    It is so easy to follow people through walls by the sound of their footsteps using the Pro900.
     
    Have been accused of haxoring in L4D2 many times due to being able to locate special infected with precision as soon as they spawn. :D
     
  5. mcnoiserdc
    I am now using the hd600, and a bit of treble would improve it. I mean it works, but I remember the treble from dt990 is really lacking in this one.
     
    Do you guys know how does the pc360 do treble-wise?
     
  6. VulgarDisplay
    I'm pretty sure the pc360 is an hd555 with a boom mic.  Which really makes it $200+ price tag outrageous.  
     
  7. Mad Lust Envy Contributor
    Actually, I believe its a 595 with a mic, tweaked for gaming. I heard people online say the PC360 is slightly better than the stock 595 for gaming.

    We'll see.

    In any case, I got it for $189. :wink:
     
  8. VulgarDisplay
    The hd555 is a hd595 with a piece of foam behind the driver to handicap it into a lower price range.  
     
  9. Mad Lust Envy Contributor
    I think we all know that by now. :wink:
     
    What I'm saying is that the PC360 probably doesn't have that piece of foam, making it more of a 595 with a mic +tweaks...
     
    One of my AVS friends has heard the 555 and owns the PC360, and pretty much stated that the PC360 blows the 555 away.
     
  10. mcnoiserdc
    Well I follow a thread on gaming headsets/headphones in another forum where they say the pc360 is the hd555 with mic.
    I have also seen a few reports where they say the hd555 is better than pc360.
     
    Anyway I am looking for a pc360. if I find one at a good price I will pick it up as my hd600 is underpowered by wireless mixamp and drains the battery quickly. I do want to play wirelessly, so I am looking at the pc360
     
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  11. Mad Lust Envy Contributor
    That would make absolutely no sense for them to have inferior drivers than the HD555. In any case, I trust my AVS friends who are as passionate about this as I am. I trust them implicitly when it comes to this sort of thing. If they say it's a definite improvement over the 555, I believe them 100%.
     
  12. mcnoiserdc
    Nobody said inferior drivers than hd555. If you check the specs on both, the hd555 and pc360 specs are the same.
    I just know people who say hd555 is better than pc360. that is all
     
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  13. dub Beatz
    I still <3 you. This guide must be sticky'd. It's sticky on my end, because I just creamed.

     
  14. olor1n

    Did you read my impressions of the HD650 with DH? Like I said it's a good setup for gaming with a balanced sound and very good positioning. For competitive gaming though a headphone with emphasised treble and somewhat thinner bass is a better match for DH.
     
  15. RexAeterna
    no akg 240s mentioned up there :frowning2:


    also i see that dang anime chick everywhere....i forgot what software it was from.my friend reccomended to me for vocals for j-core production and so forth.never liked it.
    i tried it before but forgot about it after 5 seconds cause i couldn't read japanese lol...anyways... nice write up there. i don't remember how they sound but only 5.1 headsets i ever tried and was pretty good was turtle beach hpa2 for pc gaming. great sound for gaming and movies but music it was alright.

    i also tried the cyber snipa 5.1 headset. very comfortable cause of the awesome velour pads and decent sound for gaming but horrible for music. i'm just kinda disappointed in myself for not doing research before hand. i could of saved sooo much money and bought nice headphones from the beginning.  atleast my cyber snipa sexy red velour pads can fit on my akg's. they became useful for something.
     
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