A 50% discount and 200 euros of savings . One of the highest-end models from the Japanese company Yamaha ends the summer with a great offer for which the price is reduced from the original 400 euros to just 200 .
We are talking about the HPH-PRO500, one of the most exclusive Yamaha models made from a high-quality aluminum alloy. It is about closed headphones that adjust completely to the contour of our head to offer the greatest possible comfort thanks to its soft, soft and comfortable pads. As a result of all this design, these helmets offer us excellent acoustic insulation from outside noises, making the sound reach our ears in a clearer and more crystalline way.
One of the main new features of the HPH-PRO500 are its two input / output ports (minijack) for more flexible connectivity. Being able to put the cable in the left or right earphone according to your needs at all times and in a very simple way.
They are also quite comfortable to carry since they are foldable and their headband is adjustable (in addition to the removable cable), so they are easy to store in their semi-rigid case that is included with the headphones. Its weight of just under 400 grams helps in this regard.
The original package comes with two cables to connect. On the one hand, a first cable just over a meter for use in everyday life including remote control and an inline microphone to use with your phone and use it as a speakerphone. The second cable is three meters long and is intended to be used in professional environments such as djs, drums ... Both cables are flat and come with what is called anti-tangle.
A headset whose main virtue is to provide the listener a capital quality sound, whether music or video . In fact, the PRO500 headphones are the flagship of the Japanese brand. 50-millimeter speakers provide each ear to give a sound not only based on power.
The farewell of a myth?
With the Yamaha PRO range, the Japanese company put all the meat on the grill to enter to compete with a product of the highest level in a market in which brands such as Bose or Sennheiser have a clear dominance of the sector. And of course he got a round, defined and highly perfected product for both music-loving users and professionals in the music sector.
With this offer launched from the headquarters of the Japanese company, Yahama seems to point to the farewell of a mythical model that offers a pressure of up to 106 decibels. A model that despite being a few years old enjoys fully present technology and offers top-level performance. An offer that is launched, in all probability, because the Japanese are plotting a very similar analog model, but already equipped with wireless technology .