|Originally posted by sfxjames
John Medeiros is right about the wireless open headphones. There is an apparent air to each sound while when using closed headphones the air is very tight. Like listening to a home theater within a closet rather than a room. When using closed headphones, there is better focuss of dialogue on screen but when it comes to dialogue on right hand of the screen or left hand it is very tied to the center of the screen. So the problem of using wired closed headphones is that there is no seperation of center channel dialogue onscreen and no air between the listener and virtual speaker. The wireless headphones do a lot for the soundfield. The sound is more relaxing to the ears and improves upon the illusion of the center channel being more out-of-head.
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