-={D@}=- The009® Apr 27 @ 2:17am
Trendy Ent... You owe Me A New Headset......
You really need to fix the dam menu launch sound it so clipped and over peak that it blew a speaker in my 7.1 headset because it was turned up a bit.

Not only is it extremely loud and dangerous for someones hearing if they forget to turn their sound down when launching the game. But now I have a USD 129.99 Broken Headset.

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Softspokenman Apr 27 @ 6:51pm 
good luck with that
-={D@}=- The009® Apr 28 @ 12:35am 
Yeah im going to need it. But they really really do need to fix that sound.
Qwerty Apr 28 @ 8:12am 
you can just adjust the ingame sound? mines always low, so I can listen to other ♥♥♥♥ I want to, try and return them under warranty :P
-={D@}=- The009® Apr 28 @ 10:09am 
I should not have to worry about a game sound being 100X louder then the rest of the game itself. the ingame sound is way down but that menu sound has no volume controll besides remembering to turn down your audio.
Avous Apr 28 @ 10:39pm 
HEADSET? so basically they owe you a pair of 25 dollar headphones and a 3 dollar microphone :P
-={D@}=- The009® Apr 29 @ 1:20am 
Originally posted by Avous:
HEADSET? so basically they owe you a pair of 25 dollar headphones and a 3 dollar microphone :P

Logitech G35 Headset. But good try at being a smartass.
*VictorFrankenstein* Apr 29 @ 4:26am 
Btw: You can silence the menu completely.

Dungeon Defenders has a weird quirk:

Local Settings are stored locally, Ranked settings online. So if you set sound off for local game, the menu will be silent when you first boot up the game. If you go then to ranked, your regular ranked sound setting will take over. Saved me a lot of grief.
druidx44 Apr 29 @ 8:01am 
Darn that sucks. i don't think you'll have any luck but I hope you find some good fortune. :)
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Avous Apr 29 @ 12:32pm 
Originally posted by -={D@}=- The009®:
Originally posted by Avous:
HEADSET? so basically they owe you a pair of 25 dollar headphones and a 3 dollar microphone :P

Logitech G35 Headset. But good try at being a smartass.

You completely missed my point. Headsets are a cheap microphone and a twenty-five dollar headphone combined. I have a Blue Yeti microphone and Sennheiser HD 558 headphones. 7.1 is toxic. it's software and not actual surround sound. compared to good old, ACTUAL 5.1 like a xonar soundcard there's a massive difference. You think they could actually add eight speakers into headphones for actual surround sound? Anyways, The entire point is Headsets is convienence but in actuality you sacrifice quality no matter what you pay. That's the first lesson to learn if you're shopping for actual equipment but this information only matters to an audiophile that wants the best sound. USB headphones/sets are terrible because they simulate their OWN driver they don't function with your onboard or PCI sound card. That's why 7.1 is terrible. If you want you can keep yourself under the delusion that it was a decent headset.
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-={D@}=- The009® Apr 29 @ 1:33pm 
Originally posted by Avous:
Originally posted by -={D@}=- The009®:

Logitech G35 Headset. But good try at being a smartass.

You completely missed my point. Headsets are a cheap microphone and a twenty-five dollar headphone combined. I have a Blue Yeti microphone and Sennheiser HD 558 headphones. 7.1 is toxic. it's software and not actual surround sound. compared to good old, ACTUAL 5.1 like a xonar soundcard there's a massive difference. You think they could actually add eight speakers into headphones for actual surround sound? Anyways, The entire point is Headsets is convienence but in actuality you sacrifice quality no matter what you pay. That's the first lesson to learn if you're shopping for actual equipment but this information only matters to an audiophile that wants the best sound. USB headphones/sets are terrible because they simulate their OWN driver they don't function with your onboard or PCI sound card. That's why 7.1 is terrible. If you want you can keep yourself under the delusion that it was a decent headset.


Let me give you your first lession. First off, I know what sound is and how it works. Secondly there is a massive differance in sound cards, speakers, and yes even in the design of the cabnets. I know this because I work with it for a living.

Drivers controll all the sound that comes out of your computer no matter what sound card you have. You also need to know that just because you have a POS Blew Yeti microphone I will forgive you. I have over 20 diffrent microphones here that range from Sure SM-58a all the way to a Neumann U87.

The source of your content those silly little 320kb/s MP3 files... Yeah they will give you that real audiophile sound now wont they.

Just because I use a Logitech 35 headset for gaming because it offers the perfect sound for FPS Games doesn't mean that I don't know what quality is.

Don't try to to make it sound like your the be all end all when it comes to telling someone they have a bad sound setup.

So please again, don't insult someone on their choices because you think you know everything and have better stuff.

I hope that you understand that sound is personal choice and we all make choices for speffic reasons.
Levi Ackerman Apr 30 @ 3:39am 
*hate comment*
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