Originally Posted by Kursah
Nice setup ste, definately a tad overkill for the gamer out there :P.... But that thing does look very sweet, makes me want to start recording lol! Nice find!
What are you using for headphones/headsets being driven by that mixer? Nice source review, I think I'll do one on my X-Fi Xtreme Music and Auzen Forte eventually, nothing too technical, keep it simple similar to your review and the ones I have in the OP.
well hmm theres a reason i didnt mention them
. With all the money i have spent on the mixer and varous other recording equipment i was a bit short of cash for gaming headsets.
What i have are Philips SBC HPI95. I no there nothing like all your high end headphones that ive seen on here but these are for the low end user who still wants great buck for bang.
Very comfortable (i can wear then for hours and then forget there on
Foam moulds around your ears which blocks outside noise very well.
Very durable plastic doesnt feel so bendy that it'l flaten if you sit on it, but not so strong they snap with a little too much force. (these things have been used in many gigs ive done sound for and have worked perfectly for a good few years till this day)
The headstrap fits comfortably and does not slide of.
Very cheap to get hold off
And last but not least very very good sound for there price the high's are perfect and whilst the bass isn't as loud as other headsets it stil gives an even mix of hi and low's.
Sound quality is superpurb but people ay be expecting better
no volume controll on lead
no interchangable extra like colours
and on final pet hate for me is the jack has a plastic cover. With what i do the jack often gets broken and it is a godsend if the headset has a metal screw cap on the jack. Then you can easily re-solder the broken wires. This however does not so when the jack breaks its game over
All in all these a great headphones and i would recomend them to anyone who carn't afford or justify large amounts of money on other headsets.