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Panasonic Retro Piano Painted Headphones

Panasonic Retro Piano Painted Headphones

With all the wacky, futuristic designs available for headphones these days, it's nice to see a company releasing some retro-looking cans as well. The Panasonic RP-HTX7 Retro Piano Painted Headphones ($60) feature an over-the-ear design with a leather style headband and piano painted 'phones. The sound quality is kept at a high level thanks to 40mm, neodymium drivers and a 7 - 22,000Hz dynamic range. Best of all, they are available in five great colors, so you can be sure to find one that suits you.

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