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NAMM 2011: Shure Announce New Headphones
Shure have announced new headphones and in ear personal monitoring systems being launched at this years NAMM.
PSM 1000 In-Ear Personal Monitoring System is launched at this years NAMM offering professional users a range of new sophisticated features.
Also launched are the SRH550 DJ headphones, SRH940 Studio Referencing headphones and the SE215 Sound Isolating Earphones with unique detachable cables.
The PSM 1000 In-Ear Personal Monitoring System offers a dual channel, full-rack professional monitoring solution.
It is designed to tightly integrate with Shure Wireless Workbench software for the most efficient set-up and control plus with a true diversity-equipped, low profile bodypack receiver, the PSM 1000 system provides the best in audio and RF performance.
For semiprofessional DJ's and audio enthusiasts Shure has developed the ultra-lightweight SRH550DJ headphones with a full range frequency response with enhanced bass.
Its closed-back, supra-aural design with adjustable collapsible headband and 90 swivel ear cups make it suitable for both DJ mixing or general listening.
The new high end SRH940 headphones are designed for critical monitoring and mastering applications in professional studios with accurate response across the entire audio spectrum delivering smooth high-end extension with tight bass.
The SE215 Sound Isolating Earphones replace the former entry model SE115 and deliver detailed audio with extended bass and a detachable, Kevlar reinforced cable with formable wire allows for easy replacement and secure, comfortable fit.Posted on 17 Jan 2011 16:18 to category : Instruments News
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