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JVC HP-RX900 and HP-RX700 Headphones announced in Japan

JVC logo and HP-RX900 headphones JVC has announced the availability of the all-new HP-RX900 and HP-RX700 headphones in the Japanese market. Both the headphones incorporate the latest Sound Stabilizer technology.

The Sound Stabilizer technology reproduces fragile high pitched sound as well as powerful bass in a high level of quality. The driver unit is placed on five damping ribs to decrease timbre, delivering clear playback sound.

The key features of the JVC HP-RX900 headphones are a 50mm driver along with frequency spectrum from 7Hz to 26,000Hz. In addition, the Yokohama, Japan-based electronics giant has also integrated a 1.5m (for 3.5m overall cable length) extension cord in order to use the headphones along with large screen TVs.

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Compared to HP-RX900, the other newly launched product – HP-RX700 has a smaller frequency spectrum of 8Hz to 25,000Hz.

While the JVC HP-RX900 weighs 350g and HP-RX700 weighs in at 330g.

JVC’s HP-RX900 and HP-RX700 headphones are slated to hit stores across Japan in February. No info on their price yet.

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In the beginning of the month, JVC had announced yet another entrée in its Victor range of headphones, with the latest HP-FX500 headphones that sport wooden diaphragms.

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