Storm Shadow wrote:
Try turning off your 'Mic Boost' if you have it checked in the Audio Properties. The MixAmp puts out a 'line level' signal and doesn't need to be boosted. Hopefully that solves your issue.
Can you even connect the mixamp to your phone?
Or am I just reading that question completely wrong.
Shazkar Shadowstorm wrote:
i want new headphones for my room
to listen to music and play videogames on my computer
i guess open air would be ideal?
Blood Drive wrote:
Those AKG 240's replaceable cable just became a must have. Those are the things I end up breaking the most. Thanks for the suggestions. Im still going to get the Porta's too, just for my work headphones, i need to be able to hear the phone ring.
Sorry for two posts in a row, but -
Is there a way to convert an optical audio signal to a standard RCA signal? I've got an Apple tv and I'd like to use it for audio without turning the tv on. It only has optical out, and I don't have a receiver. I want to plug it into my stereo, which has RCA in. Is there some sort of converter I can get?
minor incident wrote:
So first, upgrade your source audio, if you haven't yet.
Second, get quality headphones. Those Skullcandies are better than most of the brand, but they're not going to bring out detail in your music the way a decent mid-range set from Shure, or AKG, or Sennheiser, or even a cheap pair of Grados.
Vi Monks wrote:
This seems like a good thread for this question. I'm looking for a reasonably-priced (i.e. $50-$150) surround sound headset, primarily for PC gaming. I'm currently looking at two different options, but I'll consider anything so long as it is close to my price range. I currently have a set of Sennheiser HD 555s that aren't quite as comfortable as I'd like, but they serve pretty well. I was considering getting a Turtle Beach DSS unit to use with these headphones. Good idea?
The other option I'm considering is the Logitech G35 set. A bit more expensive, but they look more comfortable than my Sennheisers, plus they have a built in mic that's probably better quality than my current desk mic. Thoughts?