IMG Reviews Midiland IRS-F1 Wireless Headphones
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Midiland's IRS-F1 wireless headphones boasts an integrated battery charger, analog and S/PDIF inputs, 1/4-inch headphone jack, and "virtual" 5.1 processing — all at a competitive price point, but does it have sound quality to match? Greg Gant puts this pair of headphones to the test. Here is an excerpt from the review:
The most interesting feature of the Midiland headphones is "virtual 5.1 surround sound". Headphones cannot physically contain five speakers so surround sound ‘phones must emulate multi-channel audio on two speakers. I assumed that the headphones supported Dolby Digital because the receiver sported an optical port, but I noticed the manual had no mention of Dolby Digital or even Dolby ProLogic support. A quick test confirmed that the receiver indeed did not support Dolby Digital. The optical port only supports standard PCM audio so if it’s connected directly to a DVD player, it might require some configuration in the DVD player’s hardware settings.For more information on the IRS-F1, read the rest of the review.
IMG Review: Midiland IRS-F1
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