- Mar 6, 2009
- 5,965 (1.52/day)
- Cybertron aka Canada
|Processor||Intel Core i5-3570K|
|Motherboard||Asus P8Z77-V Pro|
|Memory||8GB Mushkin Blackline DDR3-1600|
|Video Card(s)||Gigabyte GTX 670|
|Storage||Intel 520 60GB, Seagate Barracuda XT 2TB|
|Display(s)||BenQ 24" XL2420T|
|Audio Device(s)||Sennheiser HD600, Audeze LCD-3F, Mytek Stereo 192 DSD, La Figaro 339, Burson HA-160, Geek Pulse X|
|Power Supply||Corsair AX650|
|Mouse||steelseries Sensei MLG edition|
|Keyboard||Cooler Master QuickFire Pro|
|Software||Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium|
using 5.1 headphones will surely give you exact surround, better surround than stereo headphones, even the best ones, but surround "5.1" headphones have one major weakness, they have to compromise most of the sound quality to get multiple drivers just to make that surround sound.Ok so reading across the web people that do seem to be happy with Surround Sound Headphones are plauged with a good many people that claim its just a gimmick and perfer using Stereo Headphones coupled with a good Soundcard that mimics the Surround Sound.
Is that what yall suggest for gaming and music listening?
In that case whats a good Stereo Headset for a price range around $100?
I'm actually thinking about one of these.