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The Focal Clear Professional headphones offer many improvements to the open-back design. The classic 1.6” M-Profile Aluminum/Magnesium drivers now include a copper coil greatly improving the frequency response across the entire spectrum, while providing further attention to detail in the sub-bass and ultra-high frequencies. With low mass moving drivers, the Clear Professional can accent the finest details in the highest frequencies, covering a frequency response from 5 Hz all the way up to 28 kHz. The solid aluminum yolk ensures that Clear Professional mould to the shape of your face. An all natural leather headband and 20 mm memory foam ear cushions with perforated microfiber fabric provide the ultimate level of comfort for extended periods of use. The Clear Professional is so comfortable you’ll feel as though you’re mixing with your favorite studio monitors and not headphones. Also included is a rigid carrying case with space to store an iLok (not provided), a 16.5’ unbalanced coiled cable, 3.9’ unbalanced cable, 3.5 mm to 6.5 mm jack adapter, and two spare cushions. FEATURES:

  • Professional open-back headphones
  • Remarkable tonal balance over the entire spectrum
  • Bass articulation, down to the very lowest frequencies
  • Great detail in the high frequencies
  • Listening experience very close to a pair of monitor speakers
  • Comfort and ergonomics
  • 2 cables supplied to meet all types of use (mixing deck, audio interface, laptop computer)
  • Rigid carrying case supplied, with space to store an iLok key (not supplied)

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Anyone using a X32 for electronic music..?

...only have the X32 or the Symphony I'd get the X32 for all the extra versatility, it has clean and clear professional sonic characteristics. BTW I use the X32 system to mix a lot of synthesizers, MiniMoog, Prophet 6, Kurzweil K2000, DX7, Arp Odyssey, and a bunch of Roland pieces. I love the flexibility...

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What are your favorite headphones in the mastering room.

yesterday i have ordered the hd600. i am excited like a kid. they cost 288 euro. the focal cost 1149 euro. the focal clear professional cost 1444 euro.

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Focal Clear vs Sennheiser HD800S

The big difference between the 600 and the 650 is this: the 650 has lower distortion. also the plastic parts and foam is a bit better/more durable. the head foam is more comfortable. My foam lasted for 10 years of about 6-8h a day use. the 600 is made to be linear. I know of a...

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