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LTB Audio AC3Amp5.1 Headphone System Review

LTB Audio AC3Amp5.1 Headphone System Review

While I was taking a little sabbatical from the monotony of full scale home theater equipment reviews and waiting for construction completion of the new Audioholics Showcase Home, I figured it was time to review more practical down to earth devices. I’m talking about devices that can provide you with the experience of surround sound without filling the room with equipment or thinning your wallet. Enter LTB Audio’s AC3Amp5.1 headphone kit. This portable device comes with a full fledged 5.1 speaker array integrated into what appears to be a conventional headphone system connected to an outboard preamp with Dolby Digital decoding built in.

While I was taking a little sabbatical from the monotony of full scale home theater equipment reviews and waiting for construction completion of the new Audioholics Showcase Home, I figured it was

gds — December 18, 2005 19:00 in Headphone Reviews

Ultrasone PROline 750 Headphones Review

Ultrasone PROline 750 Headphones Review

It was high time Audioholics picked up the ball and did some headphone reviews, so we contacted a few manufacturers and selected some products based on price and specifications that we thought would represent a more mainstream target for price-to-performance. Ultrasone’s $399 PROline 750 headphones seemed to fit the bill and we quickly arranged for a pair to be sent to us.

It was high time Audioholics picked up the ball and did some headphone reviews, so we contacted a few manufacturers and selected some products based on price and specifications that we thought would

— December 16, 2005 19:00 in Headphone Reviews

Bluetooth Headphones - Bluetake i-Phono BT420EX Review

Bluetooth Headphones - Bluetake i-Phono BT420EX Review

When I think of wireless headphones several words come to mind: Convenience. Comfort. Hands-free (and care-free) operation. These are the things a wireless set of headphones must achieve to satisfy those who would consider replacing their hard-wired counterparts. Let's face it, wires work, so to replace a traditional format with a wireless one means that the new technology has to integrate in a way that results in a step up - a greater user experience. Then again, we are talking no wires, and that alone might be cool enough to make anyone consider jumping ship to the world of cordless musical goodness.

When I think of wireless headphones several words come to mind: Convenience. Comfort. Hands-free (and care-free) operation. These are the things a wireless set of headphones must achieve to satisfy

— February 02, 2005 19:00 in Headphone Reviews