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Numark Redphone

Ever see a DJ using only one side of his headphones to cue up tracks? So have the people at Numark, apparently. The Numark Redphone ($70) is designed to let professional DJs do exactly that, with a single, premium-quality 50mm driver attached to a cushioned, ergonomic red handle. The handle also makes it easy to hold the driver between your ear and shoulder for hands-free monitoring; a detachable 1/8" cable, a 1/4" adapter, and a carry bag round out the package. [via]

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