Audio-Technica have just released a limited edition red coloured version of the studio staple, ATH-M50x headphones.
The Audio-Technica ATH-M50xRD headphones combine pro-level performance with a new and striking aesthetic.
According to the manufacturer, these new cans offer up the same sonic characteristics as its predecessor, with 45mm drivers and a tight seal for isolation while tracking.
Other features include collapsable cups for easy transport, a wide frequency response and a selection of coiled and straight cables of different lengths for a range of listening requirements.
The ATH-M50xRD retails at $279.
Visit Audio-Technica for more details.
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