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Yamaha HPH-MT7W Studio Headphones White

Product Code: 274930

The Yamaha HPH-MT7 headphones are perfect for every engineer, offering a clear resolution that reveals all the subtle nuances of your music and a high sound pressure level, these headphones are great for your recording studio or your next gig

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Yamaha HPH-MT7W Studio Headphones in White, A Legend Transformed

The Yamaha HPH-MT7 range of headphones are designed with the same legendary philosophies that made the Yamaha NS-10 Monitor Speakers an industry standard. The high-level sonic accuracy and physically robust construction of the HPH-MT7 headphones will make sure that your recording studio is sounding great and you can take these headphones with you wherever you go, including live performances!



  • The HPH-MT7 include a three-dimensional pivot arm and slider, allowing for precise adjustment to the earpad position for maximum comfort.
  • A neodynium magnet driver guarantees that these headphones will perform over an extended range with great sensitivity, offering 15Hz - 25kHz will give you an accurate mix every time.
  • The support arm housing is made from solid ABS and die-cast aluminium, the perfect headphones for live performance.


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Headphone Response: 15Hz - 25kHz
Headphone Impedance: 49 Ohms
Headphone Power Handling: 1600mW
Headphone Cable Length: 3m
Headphone Connector: 3.5mm Jack
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