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sinhit
01-19-2014, 10:27 AM
Hi all,
Now I'm looking for a fullsize headphone for my G750JX, can anyone recommend me? I'm wondering between Razer Kraken, Razer Electra, Somic G927 Pro 7.1... I have about 50 - 70 USD for this headphone
Priority to use: game first, music and the film is final :D
And I have a small question: G750 series has an amplifier, should I buy a headphone use audio port instead of USB port, right?

Thanks so much (^_^)

hmscott
01-19-2014, 01:28 PM
Hi all,
Now I'm looking for a fullsize headphone for my G750JX, can anyone recommend me? I'm wondering between Razer Kraken, Razer Electra, Somic G927 Pro 7.1... I have about 50 - 70 USD for this headphone
Priority to use: game first, music and the film is final :D
And I have a small question: G750 series has an amplifier, should I buy a headphone use audio port instead of USB port, right?
Thanks so much (^_^)

sinhit, people have reported hiss with low impedance headphones, but good low noise audio with higher impedance headphones. Earbuds are out, and headphones with 100ohm+ are ok, but I would try the set you are interested in by bringing your laptop to the store and actually auditioning you choices to make sure you get what you need.

TOSLINK through the headphones jack would be best for low noise. I am using the Sennheiser RS220 that has built in TOSLINK - very quiet, better than the RS180/RS170's I have had before. Well worth hunting down on sale, $399.

http://en-us.sennheiser.com/audiophile-headphones-wireless-digital-rs-220

You could always drive the headphones with your home theater / stereo receiver/preamp using Toslink from the laptop.

Bluetooth headphones work well for mobile use. I have used the Sony MDR-1RBT, which sounded awesome, but were too large to tote around. The MDR-10RBT sound almost as good, but are lighter and easier on the ears for long sessions. Both have great battery life.

MDR1RBT
http://store.sony.com/premium-bluetooth-headphones-zid27-MDR1RBT/cat-27-catid-All-Wireless-Headphones?_t=pfm%3Dcategory

MDR10RBT
http://store.sony.com/premium-bluetooth-wireless-headphones-zid27-MDR10RBT/cat-27-catid-All-Wireless-Headphones?_t=pfm%3Dcategory

Myroslav
01-20-2014, 01:27 AM
Sennheiser PC350, been using it for 5 months now, in love.

cronik916
01-22-2014, 04:24 AM
i have the logitech g930s and just got a brand new pair of corsair vengence 2100s 2 days ago. in comparison between the 2 playing battlefield 4 and listening to some music i would say the corsair sound full-er. like the bose soundlinks do compared to other bluetooth speakers, if u have had a chance to hear them. it just has alot more fidelity with low end sound which is my cup of tea. 50mm drivers on the corsairs as well which is the reason for the fullness i believe.