Los Angeles, CA, January 14, 2010 — Roland’s extensive lineup of headphone products gains a new addition with the RH-5 Headphones. Designed for comfort and quality sound at an affordable price, the RH-5 is a great choice for monitoring electronic musical instruments like digital pianos and digital drums, and they’re also perfect for music lessons, studio recording, and general music listening.
High-performance drivers provide the RH-5 with dynamic, quality sound, and a natural response that’s balanced over the entire frequency spectrum. The lightweight design features large, padded earcups for extreme comfort over long listening sessions, along with a secure fit that keeps the headphones in place even during dynamic drum playing.
The RH-5 also features a built-in conversion plug that accommodates both standard and mini headphone connectors.
Los Angeles, CA, January 14, 2010 — Now every keyboardist, regardless of vocal ability, can sing with the new VP-7 Vocal Processor from Roland. This portable processor sets up quickly on top of keyboards with free panel space and creates en …
Established European guitar company offers acoustic and acoustic/electric line featuring proprietary electronics systems WINTER NAMM SHOW, ANAHEIM, CA, January 14, 2010 — LÂG Guitars make their U.S. debut with the unveiling of the all-new …
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