I am rocking the G433 Logitech Headphones right now... what am I missing?

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I see this community being obsessed with headphones... how is big is the difference VS Sennheiser HD 6XX seriously ???
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DigitalSilencer
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Apr 13, 2020
Ironically I'm wondering the same. I actually went ahead and ordered a dac and amp and will be ordering hd6xx. I wonder how much wider and clear the sound stage will be for gaming. I don't care about the mic. But I would hope that there is a difference in immersiveness than just the having headset. I hope someone could give me insight but if not I'll let you know how much of a difference it is as far as gaming and movies go
IceWolfMount
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Apr 13, 2020
Awesome bud do let me know :D I will gladly appreciate it :D
DigitalSilencer
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Apr 13, 2020
Ok so I had some people in another community let me know. As far as gaming is concerned hd6xx imagining is way better ( that's the actual hearing of the foot steps) but many recommend k7xx for gaming if that is the set price range maybe someone here could confirm
rastus
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Apr 11, 2020
What would you be plugging the 6XX into? Played right, yes there are more plateaus you, may experience.
That's a question best answered with "it depends". Depends on things like the following: 1) The users own ears/hearing range 2) Use for headphones - music is the media that best illustrates the differences between these categories of headphones to me. If you don't listen to music where the primary activity is listening to said music, the difference will be less apparent. 3) While the 6xx don't require amplification, they certainly do benefit from a modest investment in gear. I've owned the 650 that they are based on for a decade and it does respond to changes in source/amplification. 4) Perceived value, in the realm of personal audio everyone has their own threshold for what is/is not "worth it" to them... that's a factor no one on the internet could ever help you with, you have to find it on your own. For that reason I always recommend to upgrade/change things slowly.