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The black Reloop RHP-20 Knight Edition Deluxe DJ Headphones are engineered with high audio output for a club setting and clear frequency separation with the ideal balance of mids, highs and bass. These headphones are great for the DJ booth, the studio, or personal use.
Equipped with a rotating ear cup for on-shoulder/single-ear monitoring, these headphones are rugged and ready for continuous operation in even the most challenging environment with a sturdy hinge and folding mechanism made of high-quality aluminum and a hard rubber head band that withstands wear and tear.
The design is lightweight, and the ear cups are carefully crafted to surround the ears in comfort with memory foam padding covered in fine protein leather, so there is no pinching or fatigue.
Professional DJ headphones, closed rotary and retractable construction
Convenient rotary mechanism for easy monitoring via one ear cup
Powerful sound for clear frequency separation, optimized for DJs
Comfortable memory-foam padding with a fine protein-leather surface
Large cavity for comfortable, closed wear
Parts of the elements have a rubber-paint finish
High-quality headband made of robust hard rubber
Solid rotatable and foldable mechanism made of aluminum for maximum steadiness
Flat comfort construction: compact and light ear cup chassis
One-sided cable duct with removable mini XLR plug for unproblematic changing of cord
High output rating
Robust construction for DJs' continuous operation
Elaborate and stylish deluxe headphones
In the Box
Reloop RHP-20 Knight Edition Deluxe DJ Headphones (Black)
Table of Contents
3 Hz-30 kHz
3.5 mm and 6.3 mm Stereo Jack (Gold Plated)
9.84' (3 m) Spiral Cord
9.52 oz (270 g)
Reloop RHP-20 Knight Edition Deluxe DJ Headphones (Black) Review