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CAD Audio Expands Session Headphones

CAD Audio Expands Session Headphones

Due to the fast-growing popularity, critical acceptance and strong sales of their new Sessions MH510 professional headphones, CAD Audio has decided to offer the line in a range of new custom colors.

Solon, OH (May 20, 2013) -- Due to the fast-growing popularity, critical acceptance and strong sales of their new Sessions MH510 professional headphones, CAD Audio has decided to offer the line in a range of new custom colors.

Based on numerous requests from artists, producers and users, the new Sessions MH510GD phones in Gold/White are now available. These will be followed by custom colors such as Chrome/White, High Tech Grey/White and Pink/White. Sessions phones are also currently available in Black, White/Red, Black Chrome and Black/Orange.

Designed for professional studio users and consumers, Sessions phones feature a wide frequency response (10Hz – 24kHz) with extended lows, smooth mids and articulate, highs for accurate, natural reproduction. Their design delivers high SPL capability to produce ample volume along with exceptional isolation, ensuring a private listening experience that virtually eliminates bleed through into the playback environment while offering extended listening comfort.

Commenting on the rapid growth of Sessions phones, CAD Executive Director of Business Development Glenn Roop said, “CAD’s engineering and design teams spent a lot of time developing the sound, listening experience and cosmetic look for Sessions headphones to make them fully professional in terms of performance, stylish and comfortable. We’re happy the impressive sales numbers and positive evaluations from experts in the field have recognized the effort we’ve put into the line.”

MSRP for the MH510 headphone is $159.00

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