Ultrasone Releases Standard and Balanced Versions of its Latest Headphone Innovation – PRO 2900

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New open-backed headphones with titanium-plated drivers, velvet ear pads and Neutrik connectors feature an airy & transparent sound

Murrieta, Calif. – (September 13, 2010) – Ultrasone Inc., distributor for German headphone manufacturer Ultrasone AG, is proud to debut the only open-backed headphone in its legendary PRO Series, the PRO 2900. For the first time ever, Ultrasone is releasing both a standard, single cable version and a balanced, double cable version of a pair of headphones. With the PRO 2900, Ultrasone has struck a balance between powerful and accurate sound production, with the airy and natural sound characteristics of an open-backed headphone.

Balanced versus Single Cable Headphones
While standard, single cable headphones are commonplace in most pro audio and audiophile applications, a balanced headphone coupled with a balanced amplifier offers unique advantages over the former such as increased audio performance due to a doubling the slew rate and voltage swing power, while reducing distortion components & eliminating crosstalk. The end result is decreased distortion and ultimately superior audio performance. To achieve this paragon of headphone fidelity, balanced headphones must be paired with a balanced amplifier (4-channel amp with 2 inverted positive channels) that instead of using a common ground, uses two wires per side to deliver positive and negative audio signals to each side of the headphone.

PRO 2900 Features
Ultrasone’s PRO 2900s boast a classic black design, velvet covered black ear pads and a diamond-cut logo insignia on the ear cup. The PRO 2900 features a 40mm titanium-plated driver and a soft USC-Cable that is paired with industry leading Neutrik connectors. Ultrasone’s newest headphones contain MU-Metal shielding (ULE technology) that reduce the amount of radiation directed to the listener by up to 98%, as compared to conventional headphones. The PRO 2900s also contain Ultrasone’s patented S-Logic™ Plus technology for reduced sound pressure on the ear drum and improved tonal perception. This gives users the advantage of wearing Ultrasone headphones for many hours without their ears hurting. Ultrasone’s PRO 2900 comes in a hard-sided carrying case along with two removable cables (one spiral and one straight) and spare speed-switch ear pads.

PRO 2900 Technical Specifications
• S-Logic™ Natural Surround Sound Plus
• Dynamic principle, open
• Frequency range 6-42.000 Hz
• Impedance 40 Ohm
• Sound pressure level 96 dB
• MU Metal buffer board, reduced field emissions in accordance with ULE (=Ultra Low Emission) standard
• Driver 40 mm titanium-plated
• Weight 295 g (without cord)

The PRO 2900 headphones have a MSRP of $549 and the Balanced PRO 2900 headphones have a MSRP of $799. Both models are currently available from Ultrasone’s network of dealers and at www.Ultrasone.com.

For more information on Ultrasone PRO 2900 headphones, please contact PR Representative Brian Metcalf at (305) 576-1171 x11 or by e-mail at brianmetcalf@maxborgesagency.com. To learn more about Ultrasone, go to www.ultrasone.com.

About Ultrasone
Based near Munich, Germany, Ultrasone AG has been manufacturing headphones for the audio market for over 17 years, during which time the company has developed and applied for more than 60 patents for its innovative technology. The company’s unique, patented S-Logicâ„¢ technology creates natural surround sound without the use of additional electronic devices. Ultrasone headphones represent a safer listening experience by reducing sound pressure on the ear drum by up to 40% and also by offering shielding from EMF radiation up to 98% through the use of patented ULE (ultra low emission)

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