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Panasonic RP-HTX7AE-G Retro Style Monitor Headphones - Green


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  • Retro classic design
  • Lightweight
  • 40mm driver unit
  • Single sided cord
  • Frequency response 7Hz-22kHz

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  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 10 cm ; 372 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 907 g
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  • Item model number: RP-HTX7AE-G
  • ASIN: B00549PZD4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 17 Sept. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)

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The HTX7 appeals to all generations of music fans with its retro design and modern technology. These closed headphones block out background noises so you can truly immerse into your music wherever you are. Enjoy the luxurious soft ear pads and lightweight band making the HTX7 headphones comfortable to wear for extended periods of time. Equally the single sided cord and one side monitoring system improves comfort and mobility.

Not only do these headphones look great but underneath the vintage design is high-end technology. Featuring a neodymium magnet which has 8 times stronger magnet power than ordinary ferrite magnets, HTX7 realise higher sensitivity and wide frequency response. The XBS port enhancer lowers the frequency response and C.C.A.W. voice coil reproduces powerful bass, and detailed clear treble. The gold plated plug is rustproof and ensure minimal contact loss.

High quality Panasonic headphones, featuring classic retro style with adjustable housing. The 1.2m cord is suitable for outdoor use.

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4.4 out of 5 stars

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By swanagebay on 12 Sept. 2011
i know you are big and pink and you can't read these words im typing for you but i hope you know how sorry i am for not purchasing these headphones for you before...

not only were they available at a bargain price but the bass they pump out is immense, it really sounds like a bass drum is inside my skull, like drum sticks are clashing together in front of my eyes, guitars jangling with unsung before clarity and fresh crisp vocals. there is so much depth to the bass and i hear tones i hadn't noticed were there with other headphones.

i have previously used other brands such as sony, beyerdynamic, bose and seinheiser, some of these models costing in excess of £100. none of them compare to these babies. yes. really. i would never have considered panasonic after previous affairs i've had with them either.

but suffice to say the tones sparkle, harmonies leap out, the preciseness, clarity and depth to the sound truly is amazing. i listen to a huge variety of music, from heavy driven guitar stuff from the nine black alps and the whigs. to trashy pop like DEV, country and blues from johhny cash to jimi hendrix and the black keys, julie london, the vaccines, the beastie boys, example, blah blah blah.... any genre i listen to is like rediscovering tracks all over again.

The soft leather band feels nice and tight over my head and although over ear the pads are soft and unobtrusive, the cable isn't too long like other monitor headphones i've had in the past which is refreshing and untangly.

Their retro look makes them stand out from the crowd but their build quality and adjustability is very very good, there is a noticeable blocking out of sound before you even start playing music.
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These headphones really do sound wonderful, with lovely, full, agile bass that's never overpowering; 10/10 on the sound quality front, especially for the price (I paid 27 GBP) - although now I see these lime green ones have jumped massively (Feb 2014) to nearly £50, so I recommend you wait until they come down again, or until Picsio (the Panny authorised dealer I got them from) get some more in - OR just get the red ones, currently at £27.
Here's why I docked them 1 star:

1. The ear cup foam covers, being made of an impermeable synthetic material, will make your skin clammy and will also seal your ears from the outside, eventually leading to the dreaded "hot ear effect" after a while, especially in the warm season. The flip side of this, of course, is that the other prevalent system - that of a velour-cover (a la mid-to high-end Sennheiser) - accumulates dust, dirt and smells, so you'd have to occasionally remove and properly wash them, which leads to a reduced lifespan; these will definitely last longer than that type of ear cover. So there are pros and cons to each, and there is no perfect system I have found so far - perhaps covers made of real leather? But not too many manufacturers use that (B&W is the only one I know of off the top of my head) so the longevity and general advantages of such a system are a bit hard to quantify.

2. The cups do not swivel down or out. This is a shame because these headphones, with their reasonable sensitivity, light weight, inexpensive cost and excellent sound quality would otherwise lend themselves PERFECTLY to outdoor use with portable players - IF IT JUST WASN'T FOR THOSE CUPS!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Gareth J. Hughes on 5 Nov. 2011
I bought these over the cheaper Sennheiser models based on online reviews naming them the best headphones under £50. They arrived this morning and I've had them on for a few hours now on and off throughout the day and even without the burn in time recommended by a lot of folk, they sound great. Sound wise, they aren't overly bass heavy and have a give a nice response over the full range of frequencies without being overpowering in any. They're a step up in quality from my now very old and tatty Sony MDR-605 open back 'phones although less comfortable to wear over long periods and I have to push the volume control to get them as loud.

Looks wise they're great, although I wish they'd stop being marketed based on their looks alone as they're actually extremely good headphones in the price range. I can't wait until they're broken in and sound even better than they do already. If you're wondering if you should buy these or the Sennheister HD201s, I can't help you having not heard the latter. I can tell you these are well worth the money if you can adjust to the mild discomfort I experienced after wearing them for an hour or so. I've knocked a star off this although I appreicate it's a very subjective thing. In fairness, I do have a big head so others may not have a problem. And despite my previous comments, they do look awesome so bear that in mind if it's a factor. They have a relatively short lead and mini jack for use with portable music players but come with an extension cord and 1/4 jack adaptor for hi-fi computer use so they're flexible too.
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