Great Isolation EX-25 Headphones

Lightweight, yet strong enough to keep most sound out. Tough, yet comfortable. You might even forget you’re wearing these headphones. From the cord, to the screw-on adapter, to the hassle-free, battery-free design, everything has been designed to make life in the studio easier on your ears.

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Price: $99.95

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Specifications

Type: Dynamic closed type headphones with closed back speakers
Passive Attenuation: 33.4 dB at 8,000 Hz, NRR 25 dB
Frequency Response: 20-20,000 Hz
Fidelity Response: TruSound™ tonally accurate
Drivers: 40 mm, closed back
Impedance: 32 Ω
Sensitivity: 107 dB at 1 KHz 1 mW
Cord: 9 ft (2,750 mm) premium twin-lead cable
Plug: Straight stereo 1/8″ (3.5 mm) gold-plated with screw-on 1/4″ (6.3 mm) gold-plated adapter
Rated Input Power: 500 mW
Weight: 9.5 oz (includes cable and plug)
Warranty: One year
Red is Right™ E-Z channel identifier
IncrediFlex™ padded, fully adjustable headband
User-friendly repairability
Foldable for storage
Convenient jack adaptor keeper
Environmentally responsible natural passive isolation – no batteries required
Made in the USA

What’s in the box
EX-25 Extreme Isolation™ stereo headphone
1/4” (6.3 mm) gold-plated screw-on adaptor with on-cord storage

Praise

“These headphones have the most clean and balanced sound I ever had during a studio recording or practicing. They are designed for drummers and they totally blew me away. Excellent product.”

George Kollias, Drummer for Nile

“Awesome. The headphones actually stay on my head when I’m rockin’ out. Sounds killer. Keeps those pesky guitars out of my ears.”

Peter Keys, Keyboardist for Lynyrd Skynyrd

“These headphones are simply amazing. I got a chance to check them out when I was at Oceanway Studios with Alan Parsons as several of the session musicians were using them. They sound beautiful and in addition, keep all extraneous noises out of your headphone mix. Best of all, they don’t bleed click tracks back in to live mics, a real problem when tracking low vocals or acoustic guitar.”

Joey Stuckey, Guitarist / Producer / Songwriter