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Poet Poet
Published on 11/01/04 at 10:15
Helmet used 2 times, one to test for a recording radio and a music system on
The shape of the headphone is nice, and it is not too heavy despite two batteries that embeds.

THE BIG problem is BREATH !!!!!
Initially, I thought that the issuer was a problem, but even with the volume off on the headphone, the headphone produces blast and noise. Listening to music becomes impossible as you focus to look for abnormal noises !!!!! And make a recording in another room having the headphone on his head is simply atrocious between "bzzzzzzzzz" and "wwwwiiiiii!"! It's like being back in the days of the TSF.

I should have read the opinion of the AFien following before you buy. I'm going to like him, and bring not this the point of sale!!

M J (01/11/2004)
New problem, but this time mentioned in the booklet on the line out of my equipment, the headphone is sometimes compression when the signal is too high.
By the way ....... I have reported.
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