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Whether you’re practising on a digital piano or recording music on desktop software, skimp on the headphones and you’ll be sorry. While cheap phones with poor sound will ruin your setup and drain your inspiration, the Roland RH-A7 Monitor Headphones are clear, comfortable and ready to convey every last drop of your performance. Lend them your ears.
When you’ve bought a quality digital instrument and worked hard on your technique, it’s frustrating to hear a feeble fizz back through the cans. With Roland’s RH-A7 Monitor Headphones, every drop of the instrument’s tone and every detail of your performance makes it down the wire. With 40mm drivers and a wide 10Hz-25000Hz frequency response, these phones faithfully convey every note and nuance, from booming bass drums to top-key tinkles.
There’s nothing worse than tight headphones that give you a migraine after three hours of production work, or slip off your head at the critical moment of inspiration. With a light 200g weight and open-air construction that lets you liaise with the band without removing them, Roland RH-A7 headphones feel like an extension of your ears. You won’t even notice you’re wearing them.
If you find yourself struggling to practise on your digital piano, maybe it’s because your phones suck the life from the onboard tones. For an instant shot of inspiration, plug in the Roland RH-A7 headphones, whose high-fidelity design is optimally suited for modern digital pianos. Plus, if you’re serious about sound, don’t overlook the Roland headphone range, which includes the top-of-the-line Roland RH-300, the open-air Roland RH-A30 for live playing, and the advanced drivers of the Roland RH-iE3 In-Ear Headphones.