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March 31, 2004
Behringer is adding two new headphones to its line of studio and DJ headphones: the HPS5000 closed-type studio headphones and the HPX4000 closed-type DJ headphones (price tba).
The new HPS5000 studio headphones feature ultra-wide frequency response from 20 Hz 20 kHz, using a high-efficiency 40 mm cobalt capsule with a sensitivity of 113.5 dB @ 1 kHz and an impedance of 32 Ohm. Maximum power handling is 100 mW. A single-sided 1 m coiled cord (extendable to 2.5 m) with oxygen-free copper wires optimized oval-shaped ear cups and ultra-rugged headband construction round out this professional headphones package. The HPS5000 features a 1/8" TRS stereo connector plus a 1/4" TRS adapter for maximum flexibility.
The new HPX4000 is a set of closed-type DJ headphones with round swivelling ear cups. Like the HPS5000, it features a high-efficiency cobalt capsule and single-sided oxygen-free copper wires.Come on the FREE COURSE TOUR