scorpion89 wrote:As for the locational audio to be honest I'm not really concerned with that.
scorpion89 wrote:One thing I hate about allot of headsets is allot of the minor details are lost. For instance in uncharted 3 there is a really distinct clank sound when you reload magazines, when I had my Trittons they were so bass heavy I could not hear it it was like there were no sound effects for reloading. But then sold them and got the turtle beaches and I started noticing and relishing in all these sound effects I could not hear with the Trittons.
scorpion89 wrote:I'm really trying to cut back on spending, and the xonar essance one is as cut back as you can get. Which is kinda ironic considering it outperforms some $1000 DACs!
scorpion89 wrote:Sorry one more thing, do you's offer price matching? Both the DT770 PRO and DT990 PRO are going for around $250 around the web, and the A900Xs are around $290. And the Amplifier I've seen it going for $400.
Drubbing wrote:scorpion89 wrote:As for the locational audio to be honest I'm not really concerned with that.
Then just buy some decent closed phones, like the M50, Koss TBSE1 etcscorpion89 wrote:I'm really trying to cut back on spending, and the xonar essance one is as cut back as you can get. Which is kinda ironic considering it outperforms some $1000 DACs!
You've been reading too much. I highly doubt it does. Such claims are audio reviewing clichés.
You're not going to get a local retailer price matching on overseas and online sources.
BusinessEvolution wrote:As for the ASUS essence one's performance, it depends what aspect you are talking about. Its upsampling filters and its USB connection do outperform some 1000-2000 dacs (or match them), but for overall sound quality the 1000 dac will probably win. The asus essence one wins on tweakability if you are interested in that, as it has 11 swappable opamps. At its price point its still a high value proposition.
Marcus wrote:Headphones that need amplification aren't better than headphones that need an amp, so "I'm getting an amp I may as well get headphones that need an amp" isn't a logical conclusion.
Furthermore : "This product is normally $5000 but I can get it for $200" will NOT guarantee that you'll like what you get. Buy the product based on what you need, not how discounted you can find it.
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