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    Quote Originally Posted by Reefboi16 View Post
    Have not tried to RMA yet. Yes, mic only has one hole. I can probably do it my question is when punching other two holes how to I prevent debris from going into the mic itself? I feel as if that happened opening the holes did nothing.
    You don't 'punch' them. I have probably a thousand different exacto knives plus other model building tools, a micro-min repair station....You basically, with a lighted magnifier, carefully carve out the centers to the same diameter as the existing hole. It is actually hollow underneath them so you do not have to go that deep. I used a solder sucker to remove any debris as I worked. Took about a half hour. If you're not confident in your abilities, I wouldn't do it. However since mine is a H7 serial I figure the odds of getting something with a worse issue was 50/50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterC@ASUS View Post
    To avoid giving everyone false expectations - the new firmware will not be ready for another couple of months. I will keep you guys updated. Apologize for the delay.

    Almost two months passed. Any news now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterC@ASUS View Post
    To avoid giving everyone false expectations - the new firmware will not be ready for another couple of months. I will keep you guys updated. Apologize for the delay.


    any chance to have a function when you press the 7.1 button on the station, when switching between 7.1 and 2.0, while in 2.0 would be nice if all the speakers in the headset (drivers) including sub, would be connected and get the sound threw. at the moment with the beta driver only front speakers get sound threw while in 2.0 mode.

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    The new firmware went through a few revisions, and is now in the testing phase. No ETA will be given at this time.
    Downmix for stereo speakers will be implemented, but stereo effects will not be available through all channels in the headset. All drivers resonating in sync can cause excess vibrations and undesirable sounds. In the new firmware, this is one of the bigger challenges when altering the LFE channel to output the low frequencies from multiple drivers. While it's fine for some games, bass can be overbearing for others. While heavy bass might be okay in a home theater with good acoustics, headsets have confined space to work with. Imagine placing 10 subwoofers in your living room, sure I'd like to try it to see what happens, but it's not something I'd listen to regularly.

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    So your saying the, "brains oozing out of our ears" isn't going into the next firmware? THATS IT, IM TRASHING THIS! *plugs in the free headphones I stole from the airplane*

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    Quote Originally Posted by spadizzle View Post
    So your saying the, "brains oozing out of our ears" isn't going into the next firmware? THATS IT, IM TRASHING THIS! *plugs in the free headphones I stole from the airplane*
    I can say that the new firmware will have a surround mode with a lot of bass if you'd like to have brains oozing out of your ears. The purpose of the previous post was mainly about downmix and stereo in all channels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterC@ASUS View Post
    The new firmware went through a few revisions, and is now in the testing phase. No ETA will be given at this time.
    Downmix for stereo speakers will be implemented, but stereo effects will not be available through all channels in the headset. All drivers resonating in sync can cause excess vibrations and undesirable sounds. In the new firmware, this is one of the bigger challenges when altering the LFE channel to output the low frequencies from multiple drivers. While it's fine for some games, bass can be overbearing for others. While heavy bass might be okay in a home theater with good acoustics, headsets have confined space to work with. Imagine placing 10 subwoofers in your living room, sure I'd like to try it to see what happens, but it's not something I'd listen to regularly.
    What people are asking for is the option to change the LFE output not as the default state. It helps a lot in curing the issue with the side and rear surround sounding tinny, especially character voices and ambient sounds such as water. For example, the Razer Tiamat, allows you to change this so you can compensate for games that lack proper implementation of low frequency surround. Their sound was quite good in surround in just about every scenario. However, they are not as good as the Centurion in stereo for music and they had a faint background whine. So adding an OPTION to control this would really be a plus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavyHemi View Post
    What people are asking for is the option to change the LFE output not as the default state. It helps a lot in curing the issue with the side and rear surround sounding tinny, especially character voices and ambient sounds such as water. For example, the Razer Tiamat, allows you to change this so you can compensate for games that lack proper implementation of low frequency surround. Their sound was quite good in surround in just about every scenario. However, they are not as good as the Centurion in stereo for music and they had a faint background whine. So adding an OPTION to control this would really be a plus.
    More options for customizations do make sense, and I have already relayed this to the audio team in the past. Unfortunately, such changes to the firmware and software will only be under consideration for future products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterC@ASUS View Post
    More options for customizations do make sense, and I have already relayed this to the audio team in the past. Unfortunately, such changes to the firmware and software will only be under consideration for future products.
    is there any new beta tests drivers/firmware we can test out?

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    for some reason the microphone sounds 100x better when the drivers are uninstalled but as soon as drivers are on the mic goes to ****

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