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Reviewed: AOpen HP-590 Headphones
Producer: AOpen
Required System: Anything you can plug Headphones into
Overall Rating:
Author: Michael Ahlf       Date: February 16th, 2002
Page: 1


Headphones are one of those little things we all take for granted, hate to use, but inevitably find useful. Most gamers, at one point or another, have found themselves wanting a pair. 

Why? Because they're so darned useful. They're needed to watch a DVD or play games while travelling with a laptop, for use during late-night gaming, or to hide your own sound effects from other players at a LAN party.

At the same time, headphones are also one of the most cursed and under-appreciated gamer tools. Why? Because, unlike modern sound systems featuring subwoofers and multiple semi-directional speakers, headphones universally lack bass response and the ability to reproduce high quality sound.

I'm happy to report that that's been fixed, with the AOpen HP-590 headphones.

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Added:  Saturday, February 16, 2002
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
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