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What Mouse do Pro players use?


XMaDTanKX aka T-90
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I'm a big fan of Hi-Fi. I've got a pair of Klipsch high efficiency speakers I use for my turntable setup. They're crispy clear sounding speakers and they're loud!! I have them paired with a low power tube amp.

Heres my general Hi-Fi setup: Project Essential ii turntable paired with Ortofon OM 20 cartridge. A Little Bear t11 tube preamp fitted with a Soviet 6C4P-EV NOS rectifier tube and some Tungsol 12ax7 tubes. A Reisong a10 single-end triode tube-amp fitted with some Tungsol EL34 tubes, some Russian 12ax7s, and a Tungsol 5AR4 for the rectifier.

The amps are made in china (Chi-Fi.) This is the lowest cost setup that will give you access to true high fidelity sound. This'll cost you no more than 1k but sound like a 5k+ setup.

I have first pressings of some of my favorite bands that absolutely blow me away. Its just scary how good it sounds.

Here's the thing. I also can bypass my TT and run the input through my computer. I'm playing YR through this setup constantly. Just. Amazing!

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I've just noticed mine are Edifiers R1280T too 😂

I'm not a big fan of Hi-Fi but I've always liked to have a good sound. 

These sound very good and clear, have powerful and deep bass sounds, not bad for the size of the woofer, and the treble sounds very good too.

Some how the most similar to studio monitors without spending that much.

 

Cheers!

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On 7/16/2021 at 5:34 AM, XMaDTanKX aka T-90 said:

I've just noticed mine are Edifiers R1280T too 😂

I'm not a big fan of Hi-Fi but I've always liked to have a good sound. 

These sound very good and clear, have powerful and deep bass sounds, not bad for the size of the woofer, and the treble sounds very good too.

Some how the most similar to studio monitors without spending that much.

 

Cheers!

Them speakers are nice, but I recommend taking it a step further bro. It's worth it!

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Would a 10 pound steel mouse play much better than a light weight plastic mouse? I hear some gaming mouses are intentionally made heavier. Perhaps a heavier mouse can take more applied force while maintaining precision in terms of pointer sensitivity.

Also it'll survive those rage quits when you throw it across the room.

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Might be better for someone developing carpel tunnel to be forced to use more upper arm strength as opposed to only wrist strength for mouse movements. Another benefit of using a heavier mouse. Of course, i'm just guessing, and these theories would have to be tested.

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First of all, congratulations :)
I wish that you don't need to replace it, but in case you do, you may wanna take a look at some Chinese mice.

It's been 6 months since I last visited the forums.

So, Back to the original question, this is the one I've been using for the past 3 years:

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You don't have to choose 1 color. It has LED light with a beautiful RGB mix.

Mine is worth about €4. There's wireless for €12 :D
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Just google iMice and see their monstrous collection.

I don't think I would ever pay more than $15 for a mouse. I would rather get a new one for $5 or $10 whenever I have an issue with it.
Man, €63 would get you 17 iMice! :D

Bottom line is: Chinese products are no less than American/European products, and remember that the whole world imports from China ;)
US & EU are among their biggest customers 😀

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