LTB MG51-USB True 5.1 Surround Sound Headphones Review

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One of the most successful, if not the most successful, TV series of our time is a show that proudly stated that it was about “nothing.” And really, it was about “nothing.” For nine seasons, “Seinfeld” captivated audiences with plots based on simple, everyday events in the lives of several people. Nothing outrageous, just everyday events. The premise, really, was little more than the incredible amount of energy and complexity that has to be spent by our society to do something as simple as, say…pick someone up at the airport. Great premise, but you have to give Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld a lot of credit. Writing about “nothing” and holding an audience’s attention would certainly seem to be a hard thing to keep up on a weekly basis.

 

But hold an audience’s attention it did, and “Seinfeld” did it at a time when special effects and CGI were making huge leaps and becoming all the rage. “Seinfeld” had none of these. Most of the action took place in an apartment on a simple stage. About the most elaborate special effect ever used on the show was false scenery out the back glass during driving scenes. The complete “Seinfeld” box set is available in Dolby 5.1 sound, allowing you to feel like you are right there in Jerry’s living room, but to feel that way, you are going to need the audio equipment to reproduce it.

 

The LTB MG51-USB True 5.1 Surround Headphone Set delivers 5.1 Dolby surround in a headset setup. The LTB MG51-USB uses a unique three chamber per earpiece design that allows for full surround sound without the need for a large setup, or even a larger room. With a built in USB 5.1 sound card, the MG51 needs no other connections excepting a single USB. Aside from TV and movies, the LTB MG51-USB is up for the challenge of 5.1 games, and even includes a built in microphone for two way communication. Not limited to gaming, the two way communication of the LTB MG51-USB extends to almost all popular chat and VOIP software and protocols.

 

 

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