Superlux HD572 Closed Back Headphones

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Product Description

The Superlux HD572 monitoring headphone are supra-aural
closed-back headphones that offer better isolation from ambient
noise and feature high sound pressure level capability with an
exceptionally comfortable fit. The HD572 features a powerful bass
punch, expressly designed to convey the power of drums, while the
enhanced mid and high frequencies give high resolution and detail
with a on-stage feel. The closed back design provides the isolation
that works well even in noisy environments.
They feature folding swing-arms that allow for one-sided
monitoring and will fold into a small package for compact and easy
storage. The HD572 has a wide, comfortable molded headband
with adjustable detents. It is light-weight and the optimized
mechanical pressure provides for long-term wearing comfort.
The balanced, clear sound and high definition of the HD572
make it a great choice for professionals and consumers alike. The
HD-572 includes a soft protective storage pouch and gold-plated
3.5mm to 1/4″ phone adapter.

Additional Information

Weight 7 kg


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