Enjoy All the Dynamics of Your Digital Piano, Day or Night
Silent practice shouldn't mean losing the immersive tone of your digital piano. Day or night, slip on Roland's RH-A7 headphones and bring all the character, depth, and detail of your instrument through an open-air design that's so comfortable, you'll keep practicing for hours. The RH-A7 is designed to inspire modern players, with a wide dynamic range that catches the nuances of Roland's renowned piano tone, from shimmering highs to commanding bass. Meanwhile, the open-back design keeps practice sessions light, cool and interactive, letting you talk to your teacher or lose yourself in the music.
- Ideal for modern digital instruments like the Roland piano range
- 40mm driver and open-air design for natural, and nuanced sound
- Lightweight construction and breathable, secure-fit design, for comfort during extended playing sessions
- Open-air format lets students hear their teacher's instructions
- Soft suede-finish earpads for luxurious feel
- Wide dynamic range is also suited to audio playback
IMMERSIVE PIANO SOUNDS, WHENEVER IT SUITS YOU
Pair your Roland digital piano with RH-A7 headphones and you'll be ready morning, noon or night to enjoy your instrument's rich and dynamic sound without disturbing a soul. Play with passion as you enjoy the nuances of subtle pianissimo all the way to pounding fortissimo and be inspired by the natural and characterful tone of your instrument.
PLAY LONGER, PRACTICE HARDER, IMPROVE FASTER
The wrong headphones can make practice a clock-watching chore but, with their comfortable design, the RH-A7 headphones let you keep focused during demanding lessons and help make long sessions fly by. The open-air design helps cut weight to a welcome 200-grams and ensures your ears keep cool with supreme breathability. The design also allows you to hear your teacher's advice between takes. Topped off with soft, luxurious suede earpads, you'll almost forget you're wearing RH-A7 headphones - so you'll play longer, practice harder and improve faster.
* 0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms