Deal: Panasonic RP-HD10C Hi-Res Stereo Headphones $249.99 – 9/6/16


If you are someone who prefers an as realistic sound as possible then the Panasonic Hi-Res Stereo Over-the-Ear Headphones (RP-HD10C) are certainly worth checking out. These are wired headphones but ones that are designed to provide a very high-resolution sound. This is partly achieved by the 50 mm drivers that are included, as well as a frequency range which spans 4 Hz to 50 kHz. However, the sound quality of these headphones is only one of their selling points as these are also headphones which are designed to be as comfortable as possible. This means that you can expect the ear cups to come with a good level of synthetic leather padding which will allow them to sit comfortably against the ear. In addition, these headphones also come equipped with a unique slide adjuster which lets the user adjust the position of the ear cups horizontally, as well as vertically.

While these are wired headphones, they do come with two different cables so you can make use of different length cables for different needs. The cables do come with an included microphone for making and taking calls and also include a remote for a more integrated level of use with both Android and iOS devices. These are headphones which typically retail for $299.99, although they are currently on sale through Amazon for only $249.99. Which is a pretty good saving on a very high quality sounding set of headphones.

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