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Wednesday, June 21, 2006
Teac Headsets

1. Introduction

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Ordinary stereo headphones usually produce the discomforting effect of sound coming from the middle of the listener's head. In addition, if one connects these headphones directly on a soundcard's output, he/she will probably get disappointed by the limited loudness at maximum volume level. That is why a new breed of headphones started to appear in the market: Headphones for computer use! These come in many flavors some of them featuring 5.1 channels audio, build in microphone and amplifier control box or USB audio controllers. Teac has been a player in the computer speakers/headphones area quite some time now. Today we will review three of their headphones.

  1. TEAC HP-6D
  2. TEAC HP-7D
  3. TEAC HP-11




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