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Number of drivers has a significant factor in manipulating inaugural level and time difference. Single driver will output the sound, but it will do so in an almost analog manner. Considering the output directly from a sound card is not analog but instead pulse code and direct stream digital, the multiple drivers allow this process to be paralleled and thus working as intended in inaugural differences. Single driver would not and would instead take the virtual output and sound like 2.1.Gdemami said:No need to. Surround headphones is nonse.DMKano said:Listen to these https://www.amazon.com/1MORE-Headphones-Earphones-Compatible-Microphone/dp/B01A7G35S0
And then come back and tell me they don't sound better.
The reason stims from how does sound location work. The brain percieve a direction of incoming sound mainly due time and frequency differences betwen each our ear. That means the surround sound happens at audio processor, how well the sound is generated then is a matter of driver and mostly a shell/housing and the frame the driver is placed in and in that regard, single driver headphones produce superior sound quality.
Number of drivers is a non-factor when it comes to headphones since it cannot contribute to sound location in any meaningful way.