JVC's New Headphones Have Wooden Housings, Cost $US730

Victor JVC just announced the new HP-DX700 headphones, and they look beautiful. Also, they look expensive, because they are really fucking expensive.

The cans have wooden housing for improved sound quality. They operage in a 5Hz to 30kHz frequency, feature 64Ω impedance, an overpressure value of 101dB/mW and support a maximum input of 1,500mW. The whole package weighs in at about 385 grams, which means they'll cost you about $US1.90 per gram when they go on sale in Japan next month. Worth it? [Engadget]

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