If you don't know already - this gives you Virtual Dolby Atmos (Virtual 7.1 Surround sound) on ANY pair of headphones!
Please read on after the purchase instructions (first 10+ lines only) - regarding suggestions on headphones and usage etc.
While this is not Expired - for some reason it has quadrupled in price - but don't fret…
I can't speak for the other deals listed on Eneba as this is the one I tried… but you could just try searching for the next cheapest Dolby deal on there with a good rating (there are quite a few)?
TL : DR - Just follow the instructions via the link.
BTW you might want to check out my other thread updating a recent one that expired…
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate $48.78 Per Year + $1 (+ $15.95 Expired Users) for up to 3 Years @ Ultimate Choice on Eneba (Need VPN)
"Please note - I've copied and pasted and slightly altered a small amount of text from the ENEBA XBOX deal Thread from Jan 26." But it's largely just the instructions format only.
Buy the key from the Linked Deal, Copy your code…
NOTE - you need to set your VPN to Argentina for this one (Not some random Latin American country as I initially tried before I realised my mistake - I tried Brazil for the record)
Clear you Browser Cache, then Connect to Argentina via VPN - (Some people recommend using the free Windscribe Chrome extension(chrome.google.com) but I used NordVPN)
Once connected, navigate to https://redeem.microsoft.com/?wa=wsignin1.0.com and sign in with your normal Microsoft account (or make one first if you are new like I was).
With the VPN on - Enter the code as normal, redeem and turn off the VPN (thanks to @emrik) AND Clear your Browser Cache.
Just install the Dolby Access App in Windows and it should be all sorted!
Don't go just yet - read on below for relavant info to make full use of your Dolby Access!
Don't buy a crappy, limited Gaming Headset… Get quality Studio/DAW/Music headphones and use them for everything!
For instance - I just bought these WIRED Beyerdynamic DT 900 Pro X.
They are Over Ear (NOT On Ear) so they don't kill your ears (literally squash em), Open Backed (Better, fuller Spatial audio and much cooler too (not as Hot)
Got them for $300 from Umart. I'm not affiliated with anyone - it's just what I bought.
NOTE - I'm pretty sure you can cheaply/easily get adapters to convert to wireless/bluetooth too (this one has a detachable mini XLR Cable)?
I should mention that these were way too tight at first (really gave me a sore head and migraines from clamping soo hard)… but after very carefully bending it back many times it's loosened up a lot since I bought it 2-3 weeks ago) and it is soo much better!
I think I have a pretty big head - not sure?
BTW If you can find a good price - buy things like expensive headphones via one of these two options (as opposed to a normal retail store/site with normal 'fault only returns'.
Buy them on Amazon ONLY if FULLFILLED/DELIVERED by Amazon (makes no difference who sells it)… or purchase it as an Ebay Plus item.
That way - you can rip open the postpack, and the retail box, try it out for like a month etc and if you decide you don't like it or it's still too tight etc - just send it back for a full refund no excuses needed. Free 'change of mind' is what you get with those two options - though you may pay a little more for it.
I couldn't find any good deals online, even though I was prepared to pay extra - so I took a risk and just bought it at Umart.
I won't do this ever again as I'm very lucky I managed to stretch the headband enough on these cans that I didn't have to sell them secondhand and try and get another brand/model instead!
I bought these for (in order of priority) - Music Production, Gaming, and watching Movies/TV (with 7.1x Audio Tracks) and listening to Music.
These are many many quality levels above Gaming headsets.
Only downside is - this model has no built in mic - but you can use a standalone mic (eg I have a Shure SM58 Beta on a mic stand… or buy an attachable mic to attach to the actual headphones externally (clip on etc) or your shirt etc or table Mic stand?
They sound fantastic and so does the Dolby Atmos.
Makes a massive difference in FPS - just to hear people walking and crouching around is amazing compared to my old crappy buds with no Surround etc.
Will make gaming much easier/better - will really level the playing field as I only now realise what a massive disadvantage I had before!
The Dolby Access Software is good for Gaming and Movies, TV, Music, whatever.
Has different modes for each - eg in Gaming you can choose to focus on positional accuracy over other factors for better sound localisation.
My understanding is - you select Speakers or Surround sound in the Game Settings or wherever… and the Dolby Access converts that to Dolby Atmos for Headphones.
Hope it works for you!
Thank you for your time