Pro Gamers using Grado's
Dec 1, 2008 at 4:09 AM Post #16 of 20

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I play CS 1.6 with my beloved Grado HP2 and it works wonder to identify where exactly are my enemies.


That's great! So are you claiming your Grado to have a sound stage that works well for your FPS gaming? Or, are you claiming sound stage to not be important for FPS gaming? Or, are you just happy with the wonders of your Grado with CS 1.6? Thanks
 
Dec 1, 2008 at 4:31 AM Post #17 of 20

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^^ i think he's just happy to be happy that he is not unhappy.
 
Dec 1, 2008 at 8:08 AM Post #19 of 20

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Sound stage (size not accuracy) is hardly important for FPS gaming, as you should know the maps 110% and as such be able to gauge from the angle rather than the depth the location. Not only this FPS sound stage depth is also represented via volume as each action has a constant volume for a fixed range. (FTR I run my ad2000s for gaming even with significant background noise)
 
Dec 1, 2008 at 5:39 PM Post #20 of 20

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I am a gamer as well and using a HD555 for gaming, actually Im looking for something better as this arent really good for competitive. I mean, they are pretty decent but details sometimes get lost and accuracy has already deceived me more than once.
 

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