Listening to open-backed headphones and speakers simultaneously?


Anyone try it? How's it sound?
I guess I have too much time on my hands.
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It will still muffle the loudspeakers.
I have inadvertently left my subwoofers, but not my speakers on.  I don't recommend it.  
No no no.

if you want headphones just sit 3 feet in between them atc’s and point them directly at you.  Your wife will realize you’ve finally lost it and ease up on you.
This is actually fairly interesting....

One of my systems has a surround-field function, connected to near-field monitors. With open backed headphones, imaging and sound-staging abilities would likely improve.

If you don't have this kind of set up, then there's really no point.
  1. I've heard that they did a 2020 revision, but I'm not sure if this fixed the driver issues. Can I have some Sundara Users to prove this? I'm pretty sure it didn't affect the drivers, but I'm not so sure on that either.
This is actually fairly interesting....

One of my systems has a surround-field function, connected to near-field monitors. With open backed headphones, imaging and sound-staging abilities would likely improve.showbox 

If you don't have this kind of set up, then there's really no point.

i agree!
There is a headset that many people are using recently, it is Naenka Lite Pro, which uses Qualcomm 3040 chip and Bluetooth 5.2, low latency. I have been using it recently, and the current experience is very good.