Tascam unveiled its TH-06 Bass XL Monitoring Headphones, which offers enhanced bass response for the smooth, deep lows needed for producing genres such as EDM, Hip Hop, Metal, and R&B. These comfortable, versatile headphones deliver excellent audio quality for recording and mixing, as well as listening to music for pleasure.
The TH-06 employs a custom 45 mm neodymium-magnet driver and features Bass XL, a special voicing that delivers enhanced low frequency response for superior dynamic range, while offering excellent clarity and minimal distortion. You get deep low bass that is balanced, never overpowering the rest of the audio field or sounding tubby or artificial. That makes the TH-06 a great choice for DJ's, producers, remixers, and music enthusiasts who love deep low end.
These new headphones are lightweight and feature high-quality ear cups that can rotate 180 degrees. A special sewing process around the edge tightly stitches them around a stainless steel frame for extra cushion. Combined with a strong, flexible, lightweight manganese headband, this ensures a comfortable fit. With their comfort, adjustability, distortion-free sound, and listening isolation, you can monitor for extended periods without ear fatigue.
The headphones' internal connections use OFO oxygen-free copper wire core. Their 9.8 foot (3m) cable gives you plenty of room to move around and comes with both a 1/8-inch (3.5 mm) connector and a 1/4-inch (6.3 mm) adapter.
TASCAM's TH-06 headphones are expected to be available in June 2019 at an anticipated estimated street price of $69.99. For more information visit www.tascam.com.
TASCAM is the professional audio division of TEAC Corporation and produces the most comprehensive line of audio recorders, mixers and related equipment in the professional audio industry. TASCAM has offices in the U.S., Germany, Japan, Mexico and Latin America.
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