Fostex RPmk3 Series Headphones
Fostex has updated its RPmk3 series professional headphones that have been used as monitor headphones in many professional recording studios for more than 30 years.
Fostex said the driver unit incorporating the key Fostex proprietary Regular Phase (RP) technology diaphragm has been refined to achieve sharper audio reproduction for more accurate monitoring. The housing, ear pads and head pad have also been re-designed to derive the maximum performance of the RP driver.
The updated Fostex proprietary Regular Phase (RP) diaphragm driver uses copper foil etched polyimide film and powerful neodymium magnet. The maximum input level of 3000mW to comply with various professional uses.
Fostex offers three types of headphones with different sound characteristics: Open (T20RPmk3) for “Deep Bass” ($134.01), Closed (T40RPmk3) for “Focused Bass” ($140.14) and Semi-Open (T50RPmk3) for “Flat and Clear” sound ($139.00).
Newly developed low repulsion ear and head pads offer maximum comfort. The headphones come with a 3m ¼-inch plug detachable cable for best serviceability and 1.2m mini plug cable for portable audio use.
You might also like...
Without intercom, a live broadcast production would soon degenerate into chaos. A whole industry has been built on the protocols intercom users have adopted and everybody involved in the production must be able to hear the director’s instructions, clearly a…
This is the second instalment of our extended article exploring the use of the 5GHz spectrum for Comms.
As broadcasters strive for more and more unique content, live events are growing in popularity. Consequently, productions are increasing in complexity resulting in an ever-expanding number of production staff all needing access to high quality communications. Wireless intercom systems are…
Strategies for capturing immersive audio for scene and object-based audio.
Genelec Senior Technologist Thomas Lund starts down the road to ideal monitoring for immersive audio by looking at what is real, and how that could or should be translated for the listener.