Scosche Realm RH600/RH656 Headhpones

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Scosche has just released their newest iteration of their Realm headphones which are called the RH600 and RH656 series. These new headphones with 40mm drivers come in four different configurations to suit your needs. Each one has memory foam for comfort and they all work with TuneQ which is a free App that allows the user to adjust the 3-Band EQ of the RH600/RH656 for the perfect balance of sound every time.. Check out the press release and links below for more info and pricing.



New REALM by Scosche On-Ear Headphones Available Now

Oxnard, CA – July 17, 2012 – Scosche Industries, award-winning innovator of consumer technology, is excited to announce the availability of four new REALM by Scosche on-ear reference grade headphone models.  All four new headphones work with tuneQ, Scosche’s free graphic equalizer app that allows users to adjust the low, mid and high frequencies of songs in a stunning visual display.

Like the original REALM over-ear headphones, the new on-ear models are powered by 40mm drivers and feature copper voice coils and rare earth neodymium magnets to create an extremely accurate musical production.  The ported sound chamber provides the exact air space necessary for optimal component performance.

All four models feature viscoelastic memory foam that softens in reaction to body heat, allowing it to conform to the listener’s unique ear shaped. The adjustable headband and 2 axis gimbal system ensures a flawless fit every time.

The CES 2012 iLounge Best of Show award winning RH656md and RH656m on-ear models both feature Scosche’s, Siri compatible, tapLINE III Control and Mic. tapLINE III allows users to play/pause tracks, adjust volume, activate voice control and enjoy hands-free calling.

The RH656md (black) and RH656m (white) are available now at www.scosche.com for $129.99, while the RH600bk (black) and RH600w (white) are priced at $99.99.


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