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Friday, September 13, 2013
Six New Headphone Models Coming From Panasonic


Panasonic is set to introduce six headphone models for fall 2013.

The new headphones promise to offer users comfort and superior audio quality. These are the RP-HT480C, RP-HT470C, RP-HX450C, RP-HX250M, which are monitor-style headphones, and the RP-TCM190 and RP-TCM125 earbud style models.

The Panasonic RP-HT480C Headphones are monitor-style headphones that feature a rounded-rectangular ear-cup. Soft padding on the ear-cup and throughout the entire wide headband comfort during wear. The headphones are using 50mm driver units for strong bass, and a remote and mic made for iPhone, iPad and iPod offers users flexibility when switching to an incoming phone call. The RP-HT480C headphones have a fold flat design and come with a carrying pouch. They are available in three color options for an SRP of $149.99.

Like the Panasonic RP-HT480C Headphones, the RP-HT470C Headphones offer the same rounded-rectangular ear-cup design and soft padding on the ear-cup. Other features include 40mm driver units and a remote and mic made for iPhone, iPad and iPod. The RP-HT470C Headphones are available in matte finished violet, blue and dark silver for an SRP of $99.99.

The RP-HX450C Headphones have a round ear-cup style, 36mm driver units and neodymium magnets. The RP-HX450C headphones are available in blue, black, white and purple for an SRP of $69.99.

The RP-HX250M headphones ($39.99) offer a similar design scheme as the RP-HX450, with round ear-cups, wide headpad and soft padding on the ear-cups. The headphones feature a microphone and single button remote compatible with iPhone, Blackberry and Android. Color options include black and white and purple and blue, and carry an

Panasonic is also offering two new earbud models for fall 2013. The RP-TCM190 headphones in-ear headphones produce deep bass sound quality due to Neodymium magnet and an extended long sound support port. The Panasonic RP-TCM190 headphones will be available in a metallic finish in purple, blue, black and silver for an SRP of $34.99. The RP-TCM25 Headphones feature an ErgoFit design and are available in black, white, red, purple and blue for an SRP of $19.99. Both the RP-TCM190 and RP-TCM25 Headphones are equipped with a microphone and a single button remote that is compatible with iPhone, Palm and Blackberry.

Panasonic?s RP-HT480C, RP-HT470C, RP-TCM190 and RP-TCM25 Headphones are available now at www.Panasonic.com. The Panasonic RP-HX450C and RP-HX250M will be available online in October.


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