The JVC XP-EXT1 is an intriguing concept – a home cinema headphone set intended to bring all the joys of the latest surround-sound cinema settings, including Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, to an individual listener.
We can think of a number of situations when this might be useful – from late-night viewing sessions where you don’t want to disturb the household, through to those who don’t have room for a full-blown system, via the user who simply wants to be completely immersed in the action with no distractions. It is definitely a solo experience, however, so the market is already reduced for this specialist piece of kit.
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