Panasonic RP HS71
Product Type: Panasonic headphones
Description:"Clip-on headphones with comfort-fit hinges and auto-winding protective shell. Wide, 14 to 24,000 Hz frequency ... more
Panasonic RP HS71 ... response. Neodymium rare-earth magnets ensure dynamic performance. Large, 30 mm drivers for full-bodied sound; closed-ear design blocks outside noise. Gold-plated, highly conductive .125-inch plug."
Newest Review: ... on your ears. They're also light and very portable and quite resilient to being bashed around. Features of the RP-HS71 ... more
Panasonic RP HS71 Price Comparison
Panasonic RP-HS 71 Headphones
Panasonic RP - HS 71 Headphones
Last Update 05.12.2013 08:28
Customer Panasonic RP HS71 Reviews (1)
by - written on 13/05/06 (Very useful, 269 readings)
If ever I wrote one of those "What's In Your Bag?" opinions, the list would be lengthy, but as sure as pen, paper, wine gums and Blackberry would be there, a pair of headphones would too. I'm ALWAYS using headphones. As well as listening to music on the train or at the airport through my laptop, I also use headphones when I'm at home alone fairly regularly as I prefer to listen to films through headphones. You get the feel for the background noise so much better and you become more absorbed in the dialogue. My "Customer Requirements" As I'm sure you're already aware, there are various types of headphones on the ... Read the complete review
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