The other closed headphones are 569 and are on Inner Fidelities wall of fame.
Sennheiser HD 569 ($179)
The Sennheiser HD569, while relatively new, delivers a mature and high-value experience due to its roots going back...
What's this plugin you speak of? Plugin for foobar or what?
p.s. OK, found it, it is for Win10 only so no good to me because I still use Win8.1 and will until it is no longer supported.
So, you are frame rate limiting, which you can do in any game by using Nvidia Inspector. But you say it is like vsync without the tearing. You have to turn vsync on to stop tearing even if you do use a frame rate limiter.
Yea, and just two posts down we have:
"call me crazy.
i much prefer the sound of the dt990.
at least it's not boring."
3rd post down:
"Call ME crazy, but the DT990 is my absolute favorite headphone. The DT880 doesn't even come close to the enjoyability I get from my 990s"
As I said, it is...
24" TN 144Hz because most of my desk space is needed for speakers and an integrated amp. I do have a 27" IPS in the closet though. I should have bought smaller speakers because as it is now I can never go larger than 24".
The list I posted had audioquest Nighthawk at #3 but I went and looked at the list again and they have removed them and put
Campfire Audio Cascade in their place. I guess the Nighthawks were too cheap for their list. Anyway, I like the Nighthawks and at $350.00 USD they are a bargain.
I have the Witcher3 but I just can't get into it for some reason. Actually, I find a lot of games these days just annoy me and are not all that fun. My go to game is Battlefield 4 for these past five years. Tried BFV beta and have already uninstalled it. A game has to grab me or I just won't...
Same thing has happened with the headband on my Shure 840 headphones. The cheap pleather is rotting off already and I hardly ever use those headphones. For earpad replacements I find them on amazon made by 3rd party manufacturer's but that is for beyerdynamic and not Bose. My latest headphones...
Microsoft has published a workaround for this issue. I haven't tested it yet but will after I post this.
OK back, I used Workaround 2 and it fixed the issue for me.
It's gone back to the code I already posted after trying a couple of other fixes. I think I have found the issue though, it's called *Microsoft*.