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#1 sdy284

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Posted 30 November 2006 - 11:24 PM

The review can be found Here

Listen To Believe. Sometimes that’s all you need to do to be sold on a product. This also happens to be the full name of the company LTB Audio, and their newest product is the Magnum 5.1 USB Headphones.

LTB, which stands for Listen To Believe, represents a product line focused on providing cutting edge audio headphones designed to meet the demands of the latest digital media in Games and Movies as well as music and discrete 5.1 Audio. LTB was formed in 2002 and released the Mentor Series 5.1 Headphone products. LTB is quickly becoming recognized in gaming circles and game centers around the planet. The company controls various key technology patents, including Safebass, a safe resonance technology designed to limit bass pressure levels to within responsible limits. LTB engineers are continuously making strides in new technologies to enhance digital audio headphones. This winter, LTB will bring to market a new series of wireless headphones and audio products enabling digital quality audio and full duplex communication. LTB will showcase these products at the 2007 CES show in Las Vegas this upcoming January.



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Posted 02 December 2006 - 03:17 PM

Good review.

I had some LTB's a while back, and hated them. Bad build quality, bad sound quality, the mic broke off in light use, and they kept getting stuck in my hair.

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Posted 02 December 2006 - 06:13 PM

Was the RRP mentioned somewhere or did I just miss it?

Good review overall :D
(I like to see cons though, even if they are small).

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