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Hosa Technology announces that the company's new HDC-800 Dynamic Stereo Headphones is now shipping. Featuring closed earpieces for superior isolation and bass response combined with a collapsible, fold-flat design that facilitates convenient storage, the full-sized HDC-800 headphones are ideal for recording, practicing, and critically listening to music—making them an exceptional choice for musicians of all genres. The new HDC-800 Dynamic Stereo Headphones employ 40 mm drivers for linear frequency response that extends from 20 Hz through 20 kHz, making them a terrific choice for any listening task. These dynamic, closed-ear headphones utilize circumaural ear coupling to deliver a rich, articulate, low end. Featuring a gold-plated 3.5 mm stereo plug and quarter-inch adaptor, the new HDC-800 headphones are as well-suited to the control room for mixing and recording as they are for use with portable music players. Outfitted with a 10-foot cable, these headphones are the perfect match for both critical and casual listening. One particularly distinct characteristic of the new HDC-800 headphones is their extra-wide headband, which goes a long way to ensure superior comfort and sonic performance. The design creates excellent lateral pressure, thus closing-off the ear cushions for maximum isolation. This unique trait of the HDC-800 headphones makes them a stand-out in their price range. Jonathan Pusey, Hosa Technology's National Marketing Manager, commented on the new HDC-800 Dynamic Stereo Headphones. "The HDC-800 headphones offer excellent performance and value at a price point every musician can afford," said Pusey. "The closed-ear design enables these headphones to deliver full-range sound—including big bass. For added convenience, the collapsible, fold-flat design makes them easy to transport and store, be it for critical or casual listening. I'm confident prospective customers will find much to like about them." Hosa's new HDC-800 Dynamic Stereo Headphones carry a MSRP of $50. They are available now.
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