M-Audio releases Q40 headphones
M-Audio has just released its Studiophile Q40 headphones that boast larger drivers, enabling it to achieve better low-frequency response with some claiming that its sound quality is on par with studio monitor systems. I guess it takes a very sensitive ear to be able to tell the difference, but one thing’s for sure – the Q40 ain’t your grandpappy’s headphones. A more detailed product description is available after the jump.
Whether you’re tracking, mixing or listening, you can expect sonic accuracy from your Studiophile Q40 headphones—designed by M-Audio, leading provider of reference monitor technology. With professional-grade dynamic drivers and ear cups that completely surround the ears, the Q40 headphones deliver full-range specs with excellent isolation from outside noise. Lightweight construction and comfortable earpads make them ideal for long studio sessions or hours of listening. These sturdy phones are collapsible for easy travel and even include a detachable/replaceable 3-meter cable to protect your investment. Whether you’re making music or just enjoying it, the Studiophile Q40 headphones let you get the most out of the experience.
With sealed backings and comfortable ear cups that completely surround the ears, the Studiophile Q40 headphones deliver excellent sonic isolation for accurate monitoring. You’ll hear more detail at lower volumes, so you can protect your hearing while tracking, mixing or listening in any noisy environment. In addition, the Q40 headphones afford privacy when working in a shared space. Headphones deliver a level of sound quality matched only by speakers costing a great deal more—especially when it comes to low frequencies. With the Studiophile Q40 headphones, you’ll feel like you’re listening to a full-sized set of reference monitors in a professional studio environment. The Q40s provide excellent imaging and a wide sound stage for accurate mixing—without the hassle of worrying about speaker placement or room acoustics.
Each pair of the Q40 will set you back by $179.95, making this one of the more expensive Christmas purchases one could make this year.
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