Alesis had a lot to show off at Musikmesse 2014 and one of them is the SRP100 headphones. If you need headphones for critical listening while your tracking out and mixing, you should give these cans a look. Headphones always come in handy plus the price is right. Read more below.
Alesis (alesis.com), a leader in the residence recording, announces the SRP100 headphones. Designed for vital workshop monitoring jobs, the SRP100’s integrate crucial center features with top quality audio that rivals store headphones costing several times more.
Tuned for clearness and dynamics, the SRP100 cans have 40mm transducers that offer solid audio duplication throughout the entire area of hearing. With its comfortable audio, the SRP100’s recreate complicated layers of audio with simplicity ideal for mixing and critical listening to use for lengthy durations of time.
The SRP100 headphones feature closed earcups that give aggressive seclusion from the ambient setting, letting the listener listen to subtle nuances easily. Overstuffed ear pads prevent loud earphone mixes from dripping into adjacent microphones while offering longterm comfort for marathon recording sessions. A modifiable headband supplies a personalized no-slip fit when tracking wandering guitarists and threatening loud drummers.
• Rich, detailed acoustics for studio monitoring, editing or general playback
• Closed-back, isolating ear cups prevent sound from leaking in or out
• Around-the-ear pads provide outstanding comfort for extended recording sessions
• Optimized for use with audio interfaces, mixers, computers and mobile devices
• Adjustable, flexible headband for secure use during tracking sessions
• Rugged, lightweight design withstands the rigors of daily use
• Frequency response: 10 Hz – 30,000 Hz
• Cable length: 2 meters (6 feet)
• Impedance – 32 Ohms
• 3.5mm (1/8-inch) stereo mini-plug
• 6.3mm (1/4-inch) adapter included
Price $49.99 USD
Scheduled to hit streets summer 2014