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  • Roland Announces RH-300V V-Drums Headphones

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    ROLAND ANNOUNCES RH-300V V-DRUMS HEADPHONES

    Optimized Sound for V-Drums and Other Roland Electronic Percussion Instruments

    Roland is pleased to announce the RH-300V V-Drums Headphones, a unique new addition to the company’s respected lineup of headphones for electronic musical instruments. Optimized specifically for use with V-Drums and other Roland percussion products, the RH-300V delivers accurate, punchy sound for personal monitoring during drum practice, recording sessions, and live performances.

    roland rh-300v headphones for v-drums

    Droland rh-300v v-drums headphones foldedesigned to support the extended frequency response and wide dynamic range of Roland’s popular V-Drums, the RH-300V offers performance that far exceeds that of typical headphones in this application. From the powerful lows of the bass drum to the shimmering highs of cymbals, the tight, full-range sound reproduction of the RH-300V makes every playing session more satisfying and enjoyable.

    The RH-300V features dynamic drivers and a closed-back, circumaural design that fits completely around the ears for excellent isolation from outside sounds. The single-sided straight cord is 2.5 meters long, providing ample length for playing comfort when connected to the headphones jack on a V-Drums sound module.

    The RH-300V comes in an attractive silver and black finish with the V-Drums logo on the outside of each ear cup, and the headphones conveniently fold down into a compact size for easy storage and transport. A gold-plated 1/8-inch (3.5 mm) stereo mini plug and included 1/4-inch (6.35 mm) adapter offer support for standard headphones jacks on all types of devices.

    In addition to use with V-Drums, the full-range performance of the RH-300V is a great fit with other Roland electronic percussion instruments, including the OCTAPAD SPD-30, SPD-SX, and HandSonic HPD-20.

    For more information, visit www.RolandUS.com.

     



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