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SoundMagic outs the Vento P55 On-Ear Headphones

SoundMagic, usually known for low-cost but value-for-money earphones for a long time is stepping into Premium headphones segment starting with its Vento P55 On-Ear headphones. Made with a stainless steal for the headband, aluminum casing for the ear cups and soft leather earpads, the Vento P55 is made for daily use while keeping it comfortable enough for extended usage.

The cables on the Vento  P55 headphones are replaceable where it allows the user to switch between a regular cable and a C cable which is compatible with most smartphones. To go along with the ‘Premium’ word, Soundmagic is including a hard case with every headset.

The Specification and features are as follows:

  • Drivers: – 40mm Neodymium Dynamic
    Frequency range: 15Hz~22KHz
    DC resistance: 35±10%Ohms
    Sensitivity: 110±2dB
    Maximum input power: 20mW
    Cable length: 1.2m
    Connector: Stereo 3.5mm °60 gold-plated jack plug
    Weight: 285g

    Frequency range: 20Hz~16KHz
    Sensitivity: -42±3dB at 1KHz

  • Highly detailed and accurate sound
    Stainless steel and aluminium construction
    Lightweight build and superior comfort for extended listening
    Closed ear cups for excellent noise isolation
    Replaceable cable
    Made for all smartphones
    Integrated mic and smartphone remote
    Skype/VOIP adaptor included

They’re not available in Amazon US at the time of writing, but they are available in Amazon UK with a price tag of £149.99 and $199.99 in another US site which is currently taking pre-orders. 

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