The headphones need a single USB port power for connectivity to your computer. It uses larger ear cups designed to fit over your ears snugly to block outside sounds while keeping the bass and other sounds in. The headphones have integrated volume control and use 40 mm drivers.
The frequency response for the drivers is 20 Hz to 20 kHz and the drivers have 32 ohms impedance. The USB cable is 2.5 m long making it long enough to fit most computers and desk setups. The headphones sell for about $50 and will be available in stores and online.
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