Ranging from the big fat DJing type in the MP200 to the smaller in-ear headphones that normal people use, like the EB-200, the puntastic TDK “Life on record” line seems to have you covered. Much like the best Pokemon teams, each pair of headphones brings a different set of special moves to the group – with the in-ear EB200’s superpower being that it is made of “extra-durable rubber” to stop it slipping out when coated with sweat. Lovely. The people in the lab must have loved testing that.
Similarly, the MP200 has a 50mm neodymium driver unit, which will boost the bass, meaning that you won’t have to play your music through the ridiculous subwoofer in your ridiculous modified car, and the MMP-200 has a built in microphone to allow you to use it to make phonecalls and the like. If only someone could combine them all to create some sort of headphone-megazord.
Here’s a full spec-sheet of the new headphones:
|Frequency Response||20Hz – 20kHz||20Hz – 10kHz||20Hz – 10kHz||20Hz – 20kHz||20Hz – 20kHz||20Hz – 20kHz|
|Impedance||16 ohm||16 ohm||16 ohm||32 ohm||32 ohm||32 ohm|
|Sensitivity (at 1KHz)||106dB||88dB||88dB||103dB||112dB||117dB|
|Max Input Power||10mW||?||?||100 mW||100 mW||120 mW|
|Plug||3.5mm||3.5mm||3.5mm||3.5mm with 6.3mm adapter||3.5mm with 6.3mm adapter||3.5mm|