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Shure hails professional headphones
Shure has praised by the quality and versatility of its SRH440 professional headphones.
Indeed, it said performing artists, studio engineers and people who record at home could all benefit from their premium sound quality.
Scott Sullivan, senior director of Global Product Management at Shure, commented: "Our new professional headphones represent the next step in Shure's recording story - one that engages professional and amateur recordists."
He said recording engineers want three essential qualities from their headphones - flat and natural audio reproduction, durability and comfort during extended wear.
Shure added that demand for top quality headphones has been boosted by the emergence of affordable and professional standard recording equipment in recent years.
Meanwhile, Gearlog.com has noted that Shure is "definitely" aiming to appeal to those who record music at home.
The website also noted that the SRH440 could be equally suitable for use with listening devices such as iPods.Posted on 21 Jul 2009 16:00 to category : Instruments News
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