Sony MDR DS5100 Virtual Dolby Digital Headphones

MDR DS5100 Virtual Dolby Digital

- World's First Headphone System to carry both the Virtual Dolby Digital Certification and DTS (Digital Theater Systems) Virtual 5.1 Certification for ""best seat"" theater-quality listening.
- Superb Surround Sound System with Enhanced Sound Quality and Triple-Speed Lightning-Fast Digital Processing.
- Ideal for DVD Players and Other Components Offering Dolby Digital, Dolby Surround or DTS Surround Sound.
- Versatile, Comfortable Open Air Headphones Can Also Be Used with Normal 2-Channel Stereo Systems.
- Transmitter.
- Utilizes Sony VPT Virtual Phones TechnologyTM with advanced level 125 MIPS Logic 3D Processor.
- Built In Decoders for Dolby Digital, Dolby, and DTS Surround.
- Decode-Mode Indicator on Front Panel.
- Built In Dolby Pro Logic Decoder.
- Optical Digital Input.
- Gold Plated Analog Input.
- Fifth Order Delta/Sigma A/D Converter.
- Multi-Level Delta/Sigma D/A Converter.
- SILMIC Electrolytic Capacitors.
- 35m Copper Board Traces.
- Headphone Jack with Volume Control.
- Headphone.
- Unique Open Air Headphones.
- Cordless Design.
- High Power Infrared Transmitter.
- 33-Foot Transmission Range.
- 90 Transmission Angle.
- Oversized 40mm Diameter Drive Units.
- Neodymium Magnets.
- Long-Stroke 12m Polyester Film Diaphragms.
- Self-Adjusting Headband.
- Complete Kit Included.

User Reviews (1)

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Ron   Audio Enthusiast [Feb 18, 2002]
Strength:

Great sound. No background noise at all. Very good with 5.1 decoding.

Weakness:

None. I like these things.

I purchased these head phones for late night listening of music in a room that just could not accommodate wires. I was able to hear everything on a CD with amazing clarity. No hiss, no hum, just music. I was not prepared for the sound quality from the DVD. My first movie was Brave Heart. I was looking behind me for the first part of the movie until I got used to the fact that these headphone really can do an acceptable job with 5.1 encoded material. These phones are comfortable even after 2 ro three hours. So you have to change the batteries once a week..no problem with me.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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