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Shure dips into DJ headphones

updated 11:00 am EDT, Tue October 13, 2009

Shure SRH750DJ earphones made for mixing

Stepping even further beyond its familiar realm of in-ear buds, Shure today added the SRH750DJ over-ear headphones to its roster. These are tailored to DJs and audio editors and have pivoting ear cups made explicitly for turntablists or producers who need to quickly remove one earpiece during a mix. Shure vows balanced audio out of the 50mm drivers but also both strong bass and an extended high-end.

The earphones are claimed as durable and have an extra-long 10-foot cable suited to the lengths needed at a club or studio. They can take up to 3W of power and are better suited to the higher power of mixers as a result, though the company doesn't rule them out for home audio.

Shure plans to ship the SRH750DJ in November at $150.



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