New Beyerdynamic Custom Studio headphones
Beyerdynamic introduced at SXSW a few days ago the Studio version of its Custom series of headphones.
Just like the Custom One and Custom Pro, the Custom Studio offers four listening “profiles” that can be switched via a slicer. You can then setup the headphones as a fully closed model for tracking, or in open configuration when you mix. Plus, the coiled cable can be detached and replaced with a straight cable or even a smartphone model with built-in remote control.
Details of this new Beyerdynamic Custom Studio are still to be announced, but we already know that it will be released in June in the US and sold exclusively at Guitar Center stores nationwide. No information about its availability in other countries.
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