April 25, 2006

Okay, this is going a bit too far...

by Chris Randall

Yup. That's basically a soundcard in a cable. USB on one end, 1/4" on the other. I'm trying to keep an open mind, but the very first thing that popped in to my head when I saw that was "Boy, I bet that sounds great." Seventy bucks and it's yours. Check out their wicked cool website. Come on, guys. At least expend some effort.


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Apr.26.2006 @ 1:34 PM
Solipsist Nation
Behringer can't release them until somebody else has, so they can rip off the design. Come on, you want them to do something original?

Apr.26.2006 @ 1:56 PM
I think that USB earphones aren't a bad idea for a consumer product. I wouldn't use them personally, because I get headaches and ear fatique unless I use a decent studio headphone... but a cheap USB earphone can't be worse than those little ipod style earbuds.

Apr.26.2006 @ 2:43 PM
I wouldn't stoop any lower than firewire 800 headphones.

Apr.26.2006 @ 2:51 PM
Chris Randall
Or Gigabit Ethernet headphones, if Waves made 'em.



Apr.26.2006 @ 11:48 PM
USB toilet paper, anyone?

Apr.27.2006 @ 1:51 AM
Berhinger's got that one covered already....

Apr.27.2006 @ 9:37 PM
actually what if this thing has a *good* borked sound? who knows, it could be the next ratshakverb kinda hardware.

Apr.29.2006 @ 1:13 AM
Chris Randall
That's a good point. It might be fucked good instead of fucked bad. Anything is possible.



Sep.15.2006 @ 10:07 AM
i needed this with asio drivers 10 years & $50,000 ago

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