E30 is just a direct upgrade to the D10 for a small increase in price, worth it imo.
as for the L30? Its stronger but marginally a bit more sterile/clinical. either one will work fine and they sound pretty similar. Both dacs are warmer leaning
would suggest asking some others on that in particular… but I think it should be fine… the DT 1990 is 250 ohms with a sensitivity of 102 decibel-per-miliwatt
Keep in mind, even tarkov will limit your capability of how far you can hear such a sound out like that… k712’s stage is quite large the only issue is they aren’t fully emphasized to place footsteps at the forefront of your sound and they have some imaging inaccuracies… if your having issues then you want a headphone that emphasizes those sounds more in terms of sound signature… Since you already grabbed the 1990, this is one that has it heavily emphasized though you will lose some stage its deadly accurate in competitive.
This sadly, is more than likely not the headphone and is more just warzone… warzone’s sound engine is just… to put it lightly incredibly bad… I play it myself and its just all over the place.
well if you like the 1990 and want a bit more bump… you can just pad swap them to either the B pads that come with them, equalize them, or pad swap to a thicker pad such as the dekoni suede which will make them sound darker and much warmer
they are, I am confused as to why some defend that build quality… I do like a lot of their headphones and respective signatures but I really don’t like their build quality… At least AKG doesn’t feel like its just going to snap on me suddenly. However, Audio Technicas later headphones at a higher price bracket are much sturdier so I honestly am not quite sure what they were going for there… perhaps weight was a concern
if your concerned with soundstage, I would advise perhaps skipping over this for the 560s instead
feel free to swing by and let me know what you think, its not for everyone and you may personally run into some issues you have or maybe youll just love it… its built ridiculously tanky, very comfortable, many many pad swaps, and has a very flexible signature all while providing exceptional performance in fps so most that do get it after I speak with them come back and tell me they either keep that one, the dt 880, or end up leaning towards the tygr 300r due to treble intolerances… with the off shoot of some people wanting a smaller more clearer stage(the dampening on the beyers creates a less clear overall soundstage despite being large) so they go with a sennheiser like the 560s… on rare chance some have gone to 660s even for tarkov but to each their own preference