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mmm they look comfortable might just give these a go.
 
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I like...:toast:
 

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Look nice and i do like clossed type headphones although no specs :( ( would have to be some thing very close to 5Hz-20-30kHz. And if the headphone turns left\right there is a good chance of it being a weak point.
 

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Look nice and i do like clossed type headphones although no specs :(
Follow the link in the news post, click on the 'Resources' tab.
 

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Follow the link in the news post, click on the 'Resources' tab.
Would of been nice to see those specs in the first post :)..

Anyways 20-20 is total fail for my requirements.
 

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Anyways 20-20 is total fail for my requirements.
Agreed. IMHO, ability to produce frequencies outside of a hearable range is vital for resulting audio quality you perceive. I've had a chance to try numerous headphones, not just for gaming purposes, and my experience has taught me to always check freq. range, no matter what my first impression is.

Based on (sometimes solely) this criteria, I chose to aim for headphones that can reproduce a range of 16Hz-22kHz or wider.

Hasn't failed me since...

And yes, that goes for compressed audio reproduction, as well.
 
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Nice looking for sure, any idea on a price?
 

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i would like to see these reviewed. judging by the specs they wont be very good.
 

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Corsair is getting into markets they dont belong in
 

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Agreed. IMHO, ability to produce frequencies outside of a hearable range is vital for resulting audio quality you perceive. I've had a chance to try numerous headphones, not just for gaming purposes, and my experience has taught me to always check freq. range, no matter what my first impression is.

Based on (sometimes solely) this criteria, I chose to aim for headphones that can reproduce a range of 16Hz-22kHz or wider.

Hasn't failed me since...

And yes, that goes for compressed audio reproduction, as well.
For sure it's not just about hearing but feeling it too.

Technics do some or used to ( not the DJ ones ) they were 5-20 and sounded so sweet although they had a weak spot which i was on about in my 1st post.

Not really a headphone kinda person mainly due to using a AV and speakers which i would not mind finding some 8" with soft dome front ported ones as front ported project though bass though the house better ( like a sub but better ).
 
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These look really nice but my selection in the Headset market is slim due to my big ears:p
 
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First of all, I hope Corsair doesn't go the way of other companies that expand into too many component/peripheral markets and end up watering down the quality of their entire product offering.

Secondly:

....20-20 is total fail for my requirements ... would have to be some thing very close to 5Hz-20-30kHz....
The human ear can't hear 5Hz to 30KHz (source), and many products' frequency response claims are exaggerated anyway. I'd rather Corsair be honest about a 20-20 response than skew the facts with a 5-30 claim as some do. Naram-sin's claim that products which can perform outside the frequency range of human hearing are better is not universally accurate. When it comes down to it, specs on paper mean very little compared to the review of an experienced listener. So a review is in order. You can't fairly or wisely judge these solely based on manufacturer frequency response ratings.
 

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First of all, I hope Corsair doesn't go the way of other companies that expand into too many component/peripheral markets and end up watering down the quality of their entire product offering.

Secondly:



The human ear can't hear 5Hz to 30KHz (source), and many products' frequency response claims are exaggerated anyway. I'd rather Corsair be honest about a 20-20 response than skew the facts with a 5-30 claim as some do. Naram-sin's claim that products which can perform outside the frequency range of human hearing are better is not universally accurate. When it comes down to it, specs on paper mean very little compared to the review of an experienced listener. So a review is in order. You can't fairly or wisely judge these solely based on manufacturer frequency response ratings.

more than likely that 20-20 response range is also exaggerated. however, i did not see a price for these. if they cost $50 or less than they are probably worth it.
 

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Nice to see Corsair mix it up and add new quality products to their lineup. Mouse/Keyboard next :)
 

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First of all, I hope Corsair doesn't go the way of other companies that expand into too many component/peripheral markets and end up watering down the quality of their entire product offering.

Secondly:



The human ear can't hear 5Hz to 30KHz (source), and many products' frequency response claims are exaggerated anyway. I'd rather Corsair be honest about a 20-20 response than skew the facts with a 5-30 claim as some do. Naram-sin's claim that products which can perform outside the frequency range of human hearing are better is not universally accurate. When it comes down to it, specs on paper mean very little compared to the review of an experienced listener. So a review is in order. You can't fairly or wisely judge these solely based on manufacturer frequency response ratings.
For sure it's not just about hearing but feeling it too.

Technics do some or used to ( not the DJ ones ) they were 5-20 and sounded so sweet although they had a weak spot which i was on about in my 1st post.

Not really a headphone kinda person mainly due to using a AV and speakers which i would not mind finding some 8" with soft dome front ported ones as front ported project though bass though the house better ( like a sub but better ).

As i said before it's not just about hearing. It's there way of a excuse to make speakers cheaper as it costs more money to make good speakers.

Same with hifi speakers to because you dont hear it don't make it worthless. It's what makes the room move more :). Cannot beat hear a thump on ya chest and a bass that you can feel move though your body. Ok sure headphones don't go that far but a fuller sound in the end with some real effects.

Sorry if you think that way you heard nothing yet what sound has to offer.
 

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obviously frequency response is only part of the equation. nominal impedance has a huge effect on sound and according to the stats this headset is pretty lacking. but once again, we have not seen a price. if its for $50 or less than it is a good product.
 
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For sure it's not just about hearing but feeling it too.

Technics do some or used to ( not the DJ ones ) they were 5-20 and sounded so sweet although they had a weak spot which i was on about in my 1st post.

Not really a headphone kinda person mainly due to using a AV and speakers which i would not mind finding some 8" with soft dome front ported ones as front ported project though bass though the house better ( like a sub but better ).

As i said before it's not just about hearing. It's there way of a excuse to make speakers cheaper as it costs more money to make good speakers.

Same with hifi speakers to because you dont hear it don't make it worthless. It's what makes the room move more :). Cannot beat hear a thump on ya chest and a bass that you can feel move though your body. Ok sure headphones don't go that far but a fuller sound in the end with some real effects.

Sorry if you think that way you heard nothing yet what sound has to offer.
As you eluded to, "felt" bass can't really be made effective with headphones—headset performance at sub-audible frequencies is inconsequential. Bass can be felt starting around 100Hz and below. There is very little actual musical content below 50Hz. On the high end, most adults can't even hear above 16KHz. So there's the "on paper" side of things.

Now back to the real world: I've used both the DJ1200A and DH1200A Technics. First, they don't hit 5Hz. Second, the bass is out-of-control, boomy, and the whole frequency range is imprecise compared to what I would consider "good" headphones. Everyone has their own preferred flavor but I own and would take Beyer DT250s or even Senn HD280s over the Technics any day. That's why I don't own Technics. If you don't like the loudness at different frequencies, you can always use an EQ. One thing you can't do, however, is get better sound out of a less sophisticated headset.
 
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As you eluded to, "felt" bass can't really be made effective with headphones—headset performance at sub-audible frequencies is inconsequential. Bass can be felt starting around 100Hz and below. There is very little actual musical content below 50Hz. On the high end, most adults can't even hear above 16KHz. So there's the "on paper" side of things.

Now back to the real world: I've used both the DJ1200A and DH1200A Technics. First, they don't hit 5Hz. Second, the bass is out-of-control, boomy, and the whole frequency range is imprecise compared to what I would consider "good" headphones. Everyone has their own preferred flavor but I own and would take Beyer DT250s or even Senn HD280s over the Technics any day. That's why I don't own Technics. If you don't like the loudness at different frequencies, you can always use an EQ. One thing you can't do, however, is get better sound out of a less sophisticated headset.
DJ1200A's are different than the ones i am on about. They are flatter than the ones i am on about witch only makes me think the sound is smaller too. I cannot tell if there open backed maybe they are which would all so not help them to do what DH1200's can do

http://www2.panasonic.com/consumer-...chnics-DJ/Technics-Headphones/model.RP-DH1200
I have a senns before and i was un happy with them as the sounds to neutral ( and yes everyone's different ). I like a bold sound a sound that has some attach and not just mids and highs.