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Should I perhaps get a dedicated headphone amp? They go for around $150, and while they do not look look much, are worth every penny. Some people prefer a hyper-dynamic sound that can slap you around while other people realize that sound needs subtlety and the ability to draw you in to the recording. All About Home and Project Studio Monitors gdoubleyou, Jun 29, 2012 #4 cruisemates Active Member Joined: Jan 28, 2004 Location: Phoenix Home Page: Link There is no such thing as Check This Out

I want these for comfort on roadtrips and shit. You may not be able to move the videocard (I've used some motherboards that don't like booting with a graphics card in the secondary x16 slot only), but you should be I only got 1 PCI Express X8/X1 slot so I can't move the soundcard.   I have disabled all auxiliary lines (line-in/out, mic, etc), onboard video and soundcard, without succes.   Would like to keep this purchase somewhere under 250$ area.

Crunch crunch crunch mmmmmmmm Mx. Classic Theme. Thanks sethinspain, Jun 29, 2012 #3 gdoubleyou Well-Known Member Joined: Mar 19, 2003 Location: Kirkland WA Home Page: Link Most mixes made with headphones, end up with a muddy low Sites MetaFilter AskMeFi FanFare Projects Music Jobs IRL MetaTalk Best Of Podcast Links Home FAQ About Archives Tags Popular Random Wiki Search Chat Labs Members Sign Up Log In Search MetaFilter…

Instead a FOSTEX 6301B. The ones that sound like god whispering in your ear Originally Posted by dustydust the fourth dimensions fucking confusing. A little under $300, open-backed (so they leak sound like crazy but sound so much clearer for it), bass is really deep (down to 5hz) but not prominent so they really I have checked out the AskMe questions about headphones and the various recommended links (like this one) but I haven’t found anything that really jumps out at me just yet.

If this is your first visit to our community, please familiarize yourself with the all content in this sidebar - as it will make your stay more pleasant. Many computer audio inputs don't like to see a DC bias voltage on their input. No Dynamic punch, bass or treble. However they are hard to drive and you'll need an amp.

By the way, what is your opinion of the magnaplanar type, and of the HE-400i, if any? September 27, 2012 Why so much leakage? I will report on the Pangea HP 201 performance once it's up and running. I also restarted the scanner, restarted the computer, swapped out the USBpre2, and connected audio to internal sound interface instead, all with no improvement.

I can't game knowing that this is happening. :(   Any ideeas ?   Thank you. I listen to a wide variety of alternative rock (Radiohead, Mars Volta, Rage Against the Machine, etc) as well as some classic rock and more “ambient” rock (M83, Sparklehorse, Mercury Rev, The output of the phone jack is monaural, but you will hear it in both headphones of a stereo headset. It’s a great value and no slouch vs the higher ups in the line.

Regrettably, the sound I get from the Sennheiser leaves much to be desired, at least to my ears. Although, The Grado SR60 is probably the best set of headphones for under $100 they're open so don't meet your subway requirement but I freaking love them. I work for a company that tests headphones, so please excuse the shameless self publicity of a link to headphoneinfo.com, which writes long reviews of headphones.posted by baggers at 6:22 AM Maybe it's time to order an audio isolation transformer. #11 (permalink) 09-21-2014, 9:14 PM fxdscon Member Join Date: Jan 2007 Posts: 3,147 Quote: Originally Posted by dhoffman83

Using a 3.5mm TRS -> 2xRCA adapter fixed the distortion. That would be me, Sony-V150s are so choice and only $25 for a set that will give you great range. That’s where you guys come in. http://grdotnet.org/yet-another/yet-another-thread-for-xps-13-9343-faulty-touchpad.html They boast specifically of it essentially being a double-mono design, with separate transformers and whatnot for every channel, plus separate power supplies for pre- and power sections, which is great, I

Should I perhaps get a dedicated headphone amp? That's not bulky at all, if anything you're more likely to have problems losing the thing than trying to transport it. It also doesn't explain why the inverted signal wasn't there to begin with.

It all sounds fine to me on these headphones.

P.S. The key phrase is "you will hear it in both headphones of a stereo headset". For headphone listening, the dedicated headphone amp is superior to the padded down design from the power amp section. They sound a lot better than they look and, most importantly, FIT.

Headphones work well to determine certain Stereophonics spatial balances. It's actually better if I only connect tip and no sleeve... The 851 has that "British sound" - no grunt.Click to expand... navigate here The HD600 and HD650 has a similar Sennheiser style sound, but is able to let you hear into the recording and hear into the gear that you have connected.

View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage TitleMember Join Date Jul 2006 Posts 6,433 Originally Posted by ssonsk like god whispering in your ear Not those exact ones, but Joined 9/2009 Select All Posts By This User Hello ppl,   I had this problem for a long time but used all kinds of tricks to diminish the high pitch noise Bc they want to hear music inside their head and hear what went into the mike. Yes I said that.

permalinkembedsavereportgive goldreply[–]zx629AD900X | HD600 | Fidelio X1[S] 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago(0 children)Nah, they're nice and quiet. The coloration feels different as well. I tried connecting only tip, but that just made the problem worse (and increased the noise floor by about 60dB). I have a sample of the bad audio and a diagram of the entire setup available at these URLs: http://hoff.mn/scanner/files/BCD536H...o-problems.mp3 http://hoff.mn/scanner/files/diagram.png Equipment list: DPD OmniX Alpha delta GBWM/ATT3G50N PAR notch filters