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Modular studio headphones with balanced sound, high isolation PU leather earpads, and weighing only 190g.
Modular studio headphones with highly detailed sound and full bass extension, balanced for music production. Comfortable PU leather over-ear earpads provide high isolation, reducing surrounding noise when creating on the go. Weighing only 190g for enhanced comfort over extended periods of time.
Critically acclaimed sound stage specifically designed for studio use with a clear and highly detailed sound representation.
The speaker unit contains a bio-cellulose diaphragm made from bacterial cellulose, an organic compound grown using certain types of bacteria. The precision-grown diaphragm from bio-cellulose is stiffer, lighter, and stronger than regular PET speaker units, allowing the sound-producing diaphragm to vibrate without the levels of distortion found in other speakers.
Each of these qualities results in more accurate and detailed sound from the speaker with the ability to retain clarity of sound at high volumes.
With a minimal and lightweight construction of only 190g, the TMA-2 Studio XE is ideal for the flexible, versatile and dynamic workflow of modern music makers.
High grade over-ear memory foam cushions covered in resilient and soft PU leather, for enhanced comfort during long creation sessions or live performances. The over-ear cushion design provides high sound isolation when creating in noisy environments.
Headband made from high grade nylon combined with durable PU leather earpads, results in a total headphone weight of only 190g.
- Balanced and detailed sound
- Enhanced comfort over-ear cushions
- High sound isolation
- Weighing only 190g
- Modular headphone design
- Diaphragm - Bio-cellulose
- Driver diameter - 40 mm
- Impedance - 32 Ohm
- Magnet - High-grade Neodymium
- Max power - 100 mW
- Rated power - 40 mW
- Resonance freq. - 80 Hz