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Sony MDR-V900HD Studio Monitor Series Stereo Headphones
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Engineered for high-end audio applications, the MDR-V900HD studio headphones reproduce a natural sound quality with a 50mm driver. The MDR-V900HD has...Click To Read More About This Product
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Engineered for high-end audio applications, the MDR-V900HD studio headphones reproduce a natural sound quality with a 50mm driver. The MDR-V900HD has a specially designed, high-definition driver that achieves wider frequency response and remarkable sound reproduction up to 80KHz. Vocalists and DJs will appreciate the reversible ear cups, which allow them to hear external sounds naturally while simultaneously listening through one side of the headphones ” great for DJ beat mixing and for vocalists referencing pitch. The fold-up design allows for easy storage when not in use or while traveling.
50mm driver aura-nomic design
Reversible ear cups for single side monitoring
Concealed, single-sided class 1LC-OFC coiled cord
Gold-plated, straight stereo UniMatch plug with fixed mini plug and detachable phone plug
Ideal monitor headphones for DJs and vocalists. Order today!
Plug: Gold-plated, straight stereo UniMatch plug with fixed mini plug and detachable phone plug
Headband: Wide, Adjustable, Single, folding ear cups
Design: Over-the-head, studio monitor
Type of Use: Portable, Home
Case Type: Pouch
Frequency Response: 5Hz - 80,000Hz
Impedance: 24 ohms
Driver Unit: 50mm
Power Handling Capacity: 3000mW
Cord Length (Approx.): 10 ft (3.0m)
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Powerful, rich and loud. You can use them for mixing or just listening. Top-drawer cans. These and Sony's MDR-7509's can't be beat.
This is a great headphone. I also have a Senheiser HD280Pro. I love it but found the sound is sometimes too brittle on the hi-frequency. The HD280Pro's sound is warmer and. The stereo image is less defined comparatively but sometimes I feel that the HD280's stereo image is too defined. In many cases, after mixing with the HD280, the center would be "lost". So I think this headphone will do just fine!