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Reloop RHP-20

Studio headphone from Reloop belonging to the RHP series.

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Reloop announced that their new DJ Headphone RHP-20 is now available at retailers.

The rotary/folding mechanism allows monitoring with one ear-cup. The pivoting construction is made of aluminium and the head band of hard rubber.

 

Features:

  • DJ headphones, closed rotary and retractable construction
  • Rotary mechanism for monitoring via one ear cup
    • Memory-Foam paddings with protein-leather surface
      • Parts of the elements with rubber-paint finish
      • Headband made of hard rubber
        • Rotatable and foldable mechanism made of aluminium
          • One-sided cable duct with mini XLR plug for changing of cord

          Pricing:

          149 Euro

           

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