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Does the Logitech G933 have simulated 7.1 or true 7.1?

Does the Logitech G933 have simulated 7.1 or true 7.1?
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  1. Simulated.

    I don't think a 'true' 7.1 headset is even a thing.
    Reply to warhead0
  2. by simulated a mean a cheap 7.1 wannabe like some cheap headsets
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  3. Its not a simulation, its just how it works. Logitech is a reputable company and they wouldn't put 7.1 on a headset that is suppose to mimic it.
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  4. Froge said:
    Its not a simulation, its just how it works. Logitech is a reputable company and they wouldn't put 7.1 on a headset that is suppose to mimic it.


    Okay,

    If you read the headsets Features on Logitech product page, it mentions that you need to install additional Software to enable the 7.1 mode. CLICKY

    And when you actual look at the headset it-self, it has two speakers, one on the left cup and one on the right side cup. that's stereo.
    Pictured: http://static2.businessinsider.com/image/57223572dd089500788b465e-1800-900/g933-2.png

    These are STEREO headset that can 'simulate a 7.1 environment'.
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  5. Froge said:
    Its not a simulation, its just how it works. Logitech is a reputable company and they wouldn't put 7.1 on a headset that is suppose to mimic it.


    How on earth is a pair of headphone supposed to do anything other than "mimic" 7.1?

    Honestly though boys. There is no such thing as a "7.1" headset. It is all software on this particular pair ( and on virtually every single other pair available ). But even on a set of headphones with multi drivers attempting to simulate 7.1. It is barely distinguishable from the single large driver version on either side.

    My advice: Save your money and buy a reasonably priced DAC and budget audiofaggot headphones. Your ear-pussies will sooner thank you for it than for a pair of logicrap G969s
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    There is no way that a pair of headphones with one speaker for each ear can give you true surround sound. It's physically impossible.

    At best it will be stereo with simulated surround sound produced by means of proprietary software.

    There's only one way to get true surround sound, and that's with multiple speakers positioned correctly and connected to a 5.1/7.1 audio output device.

    Anyone who believes otherwise is just deluding themselves.
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  7. Phillip Corcoran said:
    There is no way that a pair of headphones with one speaker for each ear can give you true surround sound. It's physically impossible.

    At best it will be stereo with simulated surround sound produced by means of proprietary software.

    There's only one way to get true surround sound, and that's with multiple speakers positioned correctly and connected to a 5.1/7.1 audio output device.

    Anyone who believes otherwise is just deluding themselves.



    This^
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