A152

Studio Reference Headphones with Extended Bass

With an extremely wide sound field and the most extended bass response, the A152 headphones represent a new level of sound reproduction for audiophile listeners.

Studio or hi-fidelity listening alike, the A152 captures every detail and nuance in the sound field. Even gaming enthusiasts using the A152 headphones will enjoy an audible advantage when split seconds matter.

The full range 50 mm phase-coherent drivers coupled with the lightweight and comfortable headset design provide hours of listening without fatigue.

Applications

– Dynamic closed-back design
– Excellent for audio playback and monitoring
– Over-the-ear design built for comfort and isolation
– Soft cushion ear cups with 90-degree swivel for easy single-ear monitoring
– High-performance, phase-coherent drivers
– Ultra-wide sound field
– Deep, accurate bass
– Accurate reproduction of subharmonics

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Transducer Type Dynamic
Frequency Response 8 Hz – 28 kHz
Output Impedance 30 Ohm
Sensitivity 103 dB
Download Spec Sheet

1 x Pair of A152 headphones
1 x Protective carrying case
1 x 1.8 m cable with 3.5 mm (1/8 in) mini to 6.3 mm (1/4 in) threaded adapter

Music Connection Magazine: New Gear/New Toys Review November 2020
“Sound designers, film editors and composers whose final mixes need more of a cinematic bass response will want to check out the A152.”

Sound on Sound Magazine: November 2020 Review
“I can certainly imagine other studio roles where this might be useful. Many singers, for instance, rely on bass notes as an aid to accurate pitching, while other musicians will often benefit from hearing a bit of additional heft from the kick drum or bass guitar as a timing reference.”

Recording Magazine: August 2020 Featured Review
“The reproduction of subharmonic material is quite impressive, making it a great candidate for post-production sound designers or electronic musicians.”

Front of House Magazine: Road Testing the A150 and A152
“With its ability to reproduce sub-harmonics, that additional bottom-end will certainly be appreciated by stage drummers who listen on headphones, or for studio monitoring applications.”