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    Today I procured a set of Zalman Theater6 surround sound headphones.
    Amazing.
    They are very comfortable and even MP3s sound great.
    The illusion of a real theater soundstage is quite convincing, the front/rear separation very realistic.

    I'm not a gamer, but I imagine that they would excel in gameplaying.

    Highly recommended.
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    Awsome!!, but im stuck with a really crappy pair because i dont have the 3 heaphone jacks on my sound card damn intergrated P.O.S.

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    I guess I'm lucky...my Asus board does have the needed jacks ( and excellent onboard sound).
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    Originally posted by clocker@24 April 2004 - 23:42
    I guess I'm lucky...my Asus board does have the needed jacks ( and excellent onboard sound).
    haha geez clocker, your all about the Zalman stuff eh?
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    is there a link to these headphones?
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    Linky for the Google impaired...
    haha geez clocker, your all about the Zalman stuff eh?
    Not really.
    I like what I like regardless of the brand name.
    In my experience Zalman does make very high quality equipment, you just have to focus on their intended design goals.
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    Originally posted by Duffman3@25 April 2004 - 05:11
    is there a link to these headphones?
    Duffman3 here are some

    (review) links for headset
    http://www.zalman.co.kr/

    http://www.driverheaven.net/reviews/zalman/

    you will have to talk to clocker about where they are available
    and at what price...seems to be a nice unit.

    edit: whoops clocker answered already, it must be all that zalman equipment, sprocket is in good form.

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    3 audio out plugs??? I only have 2 but I think I have a digital out also
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    The parts that often break most are the brackets just above the actual phone housing. Zalman thought of this and designed the headphones in such a way that they fold up into a protective tortoise like shell. Even if you kicked these things in the dark they would likely resist damage.
    Yeah, looks like you'd probably break your foot instead.

    Comes with a 10ft cable, with 20ft extensions available. That's pretty impressive, but wouldn't bluetooth (does anyone have blue teeth?) have been a better alternative? The one thing I always hate about headphones is the trailing lead.
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    Originally posted by lynx@25 April 2004 - 18:42
    The parts that often break most are the brackets just above the actual phone housing. Zalman thought of this and designed the headphones in such a way that they fold up into a protective tortoise like shell. Even if you kicked these things in the dark they would likely resist damage.
    Yeah, looks like you'd probably break your foot instead.

    Comes with a 10ft cable, with 20ft extensions available. That's pretty impressive, but wouldn't bluetooth (does anyone have blue teeth?) have been a better alternative? The one thing I always hate about headphones is thetrailing lead.
    is that were you can hear a noise in your headphones when you move your mouse?

    because when i have my headphones up loud i can hear that and its annoying

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