[NAMM] Numark Redphone
Numark showcased Redphone at the 2012 NAMM Show from January 19-22 in Anaheim, California.
Redphone's form factor designed to free up a DJ’s hands to let him perform. With an s-arm handle and swiveling padded ear cup, Redphone is designed to allow monitoring and cueing for DJs without tethering them to their rig by the neck.
DJs can pick it up, hear what they need to hear and get back to performing. Even when using both hands, Redphone’s cushioned handle and ear cup can be held between the ear and shoulder on the left or right.
Redphone connects to a DJ’s rig using the included XLR-1/4” cable, with audio channeled through a 50 mm driver.
For more details, visit www.numark.com/product/redphone.
Viewers of this article also read...
- The top studio headphones for about $100 You can get some pretty good headphones for about $150 and while 50 bucks may not seem like much of a difference, it's a bit too much for many home studio owners. But don't worry if you are one of them, there are plenty of interesting cans for a tad less money. With this in mind, we asked our members of our French site to name their favorite pair of studio headphones for about $100, and we thought you might be interested in the results:
- The best studio headphones for less than $50 Sometimes, $50 for a pair of studio cans might be over your budget, be it because you don't have the money in the bank or you need to buy four at the same time or any other reason you can think of. But even then, at this price point, there are so many different models that you might have a hard time choosing one. With this in mind, we asked our members of the French version of Audiofanzine to pick their favorite pair of studio headphones under $50. And here are the results...
- [MUSIKMESSE] Avantone Pro MixPhone MP1 Avantone Pro presents a "Vari-Voice" designed to adapt to all situations, either in the studio, live, for DJing or for audiophiles.