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Old March 31, 2009, 07:15 AM
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Originally Posted by biff View Post
My name is Ryan.

What I'm saying is that if the onboard sound isn't good then a good set of head phones aren't going to improve the situation. The onboard sound I've came across, not considering flat frequency response or distortion or what ever, has been littered with noise, hiss, and the odd squeeks and pops of the electrical noise going on inside a computer. If yours isn't like that then bonus for you, go for new cans, if not then a new exspensive set of phones will let you hear all of that garbage more easily. I don't know what your equipment sounds like to you or where your priorities lie so you need to answer that. Not trying to sound like a jerk, I'm just sayin'....
Trust me Ryan, you don't come across like a jerk. Thanks for the advice. I've located an Auzentech Prelude on RFD and I offered the guy $130...if it sticks I think I've got a hell of a sound card for the money.

IF the improvement isn't what I'm looking for, then I'll start auditioning new cans...
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