Lightweight headphones combine a high-quality listening experience with portability and comfort for hours of comfort. XBS port magnifies low-frequency sound, delivering robust bass to bring your favorite tunes or movies to life. A generous 4.5' cord threads comfortably through clothing and bags, and reaches the computer across your desk. Ergonomic headband and foam-cushioned earpads feel secure yet never intrusive to prevent discomfort from extended use. High-quality design delivers clear, natural-sounding mids and highs along with resonant bass powered by 30mm diameter drivers, neodymium magnets and a 16Hz to 22kHz frequency response.
|Categories||Panasonic ElectronicsPanasonic Headphones|
|Manufacturer Stock No.||RP-HT21|
|Cable Length||4.50 ft|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Manufacturer Part Number||RP-HT21|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.panasonic.com|
|Maximum Frequency Response||22 kHz|
|Minimum Frequency Response||16 Hz|
|Product Name||Lightweight Headphones|
|Assembly Required||No assembly is required|
|Contains Recycled Materials||Y|
|Unit of Measure||EA|
|Ships via UPS||Y|
|This item is sold by the||EA|
|Country of Origin||CN|
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