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Wednesday, June 21, 2006
Teac Headsets

1. Introduction

Untitled Document

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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