WNAMM11: New Headphones For The Studio

CAD Audio introduces studio headphones and drummer isolation headphones      14/01/11
WNAMM11: New Headphones For The Studio


Expanding its product offerings at Winter NAMM 2011, CAD Audio has introduced a new line of professional headphones, the MH310 studio headphones and the DH100 Drummer Isolation headphones. Here's what they have to say about them...
An essential tool for enhanced studio performance and a vital accessory for the professional musician, the MH310 is a closed back, circumaural, precision built monitor headphone equipped with 50mm neodymium drivers offering extended frequency response while delivering exceptional detail and clarity.
Exceptionally comfortable, the MH310s are designed with a self-adjusting headband with closed-back leatherette ear cushions that allow for hours of comfortable, fatigue free listening. The MH310s feature an extended frequency response of 10Hz to 30kHz; Sensitivity; 98 +/- 3dB, and Impedance of 32 ohms.
Also offering exceptional clarity while reducing ambient noise, the DH100s are a high output stereo isolation headphone for drummers. They offer an extended bass response that enables the user to hear program material or a click track during a recording session or live performance with superior clarity while attenuating ambient noise by 19dB.
An essential tool for enhanced performance in the studio and on stage; the DH100s are destined to become a vital accessory for the working musician.
Pricing and Availability:
MH310 street price: $69
DH100 street price: $49
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