[NAMM] Numark Red Wave
Numark introduces Red Wave professional DJ headphones.
They employ a closed–cup design for isolation from outside noise. Red Wave’s 50mm neodymium drivers are designed to produce clean, powerful output. These headphones have a swiveling design on one cup so they're easy to wear one-sided between the ear and shoulder. The ear cups also have breathable protein-leather.
These headphones also come with a gold-plated 1/8” adapter to qplug into MP3 players, and carrying case for transport.
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