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col.phantom last won the day on August 9 2014

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About col.phantom

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  1. If tt made a headphone that matched the sound of a nad viso hp50 it would be the best headset ever, a little over +3db @30hz, a linear downward line form 100hz to 1khz, a gentle deep between 2k and 7k and a moderate peak between 8k and 10k with a moderate treble roll off, that is the best and most realistic sound that a closed headphone can have, according to the harman research http://www.innerfidelity.com/images/NADVISOHP50.pdf
  2. I agree, it is acomfortable and well thought out, but the sound is fatiguing, Im comparing it to a pair of sennheiser hd 419 that i have, the treble in the cronos is fatiguing, edgy, and the bass is very low, I remember the shock having a very similar sound but with more decent bass
  3. In use, i have a logitech g400s which has the same sensor, I use 800dpi, when i try to make a fast 180 turn on csgo the saphira locks, and the g400s doesnt
  4. I tried it with windows 8.1 update1 x64, windows 7 sp1 x64 and windows 7 sp1 x86, on a wooden desk and a steelseries qck+ mousepad
  5. Hello, I wanted to give some ideas for a new mouse, I have some experience with gaming mouse so i think I could be useful. 1. pmw3310 sensor, with adjustable lift off distance and adjustable x/y axis in steps of 50 dpi, this is the best sensor on the market and it would be a very flexible mouse with those features. 2. mcu with storage capacity for 2 profiles with macros at least. 3. use the black elemtent shell, it is a nice designed shape and it would be ambidiextrous so it would be very flexible 4. 6 buttons, 2 main clicks with 20M omroms, 1 wheel with optical encoder, and 3
  6. yeah, it worked the same before and after the firmware
  7. I bought the dasher pad when it first came out, like 4 years ago, it was a deffective pad, it had way too much friction, the mouse was very hard to move so i gave it away to a friend. Then I got an steelseries qck+ and it was way better in every aspect, specially the frction aspect which is the MOST important aspect of a pad IMO. Then I bought a phyrrus for a friend and I was very surprised, it is like my qck but faster, much better friction (lower), this pad is just awesome and it kills every other similar pad, it is fast, all black for better tracking, it has a big sized version, it is
  8. I used the firmware on this site for both mice: http://www.ttesports.com/Mouse/25/SAPHIRA/productPage.htm?a=a&g=ftr#.U-R3Lfl5M-g
  9. I want to give my feedback on this headset. I bought it for a client that wanted a complete gaming pc, at first i was way better than the shock headset, the cronos is comfortable, better built, better designed and it has removable cables, i would say it is one of the few tt headsets with common sense on it, but it has 2 problems: 1. the sound, it is fatiguing and bass light, the shock headset was fatiguing too but it had bass at least, they sound very similar but the cronos without bass, if tt is planing a new version of this headset i would keep the ergonomics and design and fix the s
  10. I hope t it is better than the shock failure, at first glance it looks bad, it has that gimmicky earcup design, if I was a gaming product designer and my company had the "esports" word on it I would prioritize practicality over looks, that earcup design for example doesnt look like it is designed for human ears, human ears dont have that shape. If i wanted to design a gaming headset i would realize it would have to be like a studio monitor, comfortable and isolating, the earcup would have the shape of the sony mdr-v6 or the audio technica m50x, that simple design choice with a nice protein
  11. I have to rate this headphone a 3/10, it is VERY un comfortable, the ergonomics are wrong, the pads are too stiff, the padding on the headband is stiff, thats the problem with the comfort, the design is wrong too, the earcups have an adjusting feature that is very stiff at first but gets loose with time and evetually comes off. The mic is TERRIBLE, noisy and it doesnt work with some soundcards. The sound is the only acceptable part about this headphone, is is a mediocre sound, but it isnt as bad as the rest of the headphone, it has a nice bass and i can hear an acceptable level of game detail
  12. Hello, today I want to post my feedback on the saphira mouse. I have bought 2 of this mice, one for my brother and one for a friend, I tested them both, and this is what I think: The hardware part is brilliant, the avago 3090 sensor is just a masterpiece and the switches, wheel and shape of the mouse are just spot on, the problem is the software. I dont know why thermaltake decided to make a different software for each peripheral, i have tried the black mouse too, and the software is just very weak and buggy, in the saphira software when i try to adjust the dpi it has to be done in a s
  13. It is a buggy mouse, the sensor is very problematic, the version with the philips twin eye sensor. Ill tell you my experience with this mouse, the mouse is comfortable, it has an ergonomic form factor, the swithces and wheel are nice, and it has nice features, BUT it has a problem, the sensor, that philips twien eye 4000dpi sensor, it goes crazy everytime I lift it up and reposition it, it happens a lot with mice with this type of sensor, thats why razer atatched a lift off sensor to the imperator and the mamba. This happens with a friends black too. I tried updating the firmware, but the
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