AUDIO-TECHNICA ANNOUNCES SPECIAL EDITION HI-RES HEADPHONES
Available later this year, headphone specialists Audio-technica will release a special edition release of their ATH-MSR7 over-ear headphones.
The ATH-MSR7SE is finished in a luxury deep navy finish with subtle gold accents and features ultra-soft memory foam earpads and headband.
The housing has also been specially shaped with ear-profiled grills to ‘mirror’ the whole ear and enhance the rich, lower end sounds, while the highly flexible swivel design helps to find the most comfortable fit instantly.
Strictly limited in availability, the MSR7SE combines pro-grade sonic skills with the latest in premium design, these headphones model a discreet but stylish profile while boasting new audio technology.
Designed for listening at home and on-the-go, the MSR7 headphones are the ultimate in comfort.
The 45mm dynamic driver features a diamond-like carbon (DLC) diaphragm coating that Audio-technica says offers increased rigidity and improves high-range capability.
The special edition includes a high-purity 6N-OFC copper wire cable and semi-hard carrying case with a cable pouch.
They are expected to sell locally for $499 RRP, but you will need to get in quick to reserve your pair once available as they’re sure to sell out quick.
For more information visit the Audio-technica brand page.
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