Sony DR-260USB manuale

Sony DR-260USB
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Stereo Headset

Operating Instructions
Mode d’emploi
Manual de instrucciones

DR-260USB

2003 Sony Corporation Printed in Korea
English

WARNING

To prevent fire or shock hazard, do notexpose the unit to rain or moisture.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet.
Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
CE mark
The validity of the CE marking is restricted to only
those countries when it is legally enforced, mainly in
the countries EEA (European Economic Area).
For the customers in the U.S.A.
NOTE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following
measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications
not expressly approved in this manual could void
your authority to operate this equipment.
If you have any questions about this product, you may
call:
Sony Direct Response Center 1-(800)-222-7669
or write to:
Sony Direct Response Center 12451 Gateway
Blvd.Fort Myers, FL 33913
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name : SONY
Model Name : UAB-260 (USB Audio Box)
Responsible Party : Sony Electronics Inc.
Address : 680 kinderkamack Road, oradell, NJ
07649 USA
Telephone No. : 201-930-6972
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions. (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks
or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and / or other countries.
IBM and PC/AT are registered trademarks of
International Business Machines Corporation.
Pentium is a trademark or registered trademark of
Intel Corporation.
In this manual, Microsoft
®
Windows
®
XP Home
Edition and Microsoft
®
Windows
®
XP Professional
are referred to as Windows XP.
In this manual, Microsoft
®
Windows
®
2000
Professional is referred to as Windows 2000.
In this manual, Microsoft
®
Windows
®
Millennium
Edition is referred to as Windows Me.
In this manual, Microsoft
®
Windows
®
98 Second
Edition is referred to as Windows 98SE.
All other names of systems and products are
trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective owners.
TM
and
®
marks are omitted in
this manual.
*1 IEC (International Electronic Committee) tested.
*2 The USB Audio Box supports USB 2.0. (previously USB 1.1 )
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.

Identifying parts

Step 1 : Connection
Connect your USB Audio box and computer with the
supplied USB cable.
dedicated USB cableNotes
The headset supports the USB 2.0 version
( previously USB 1.1 version. )
The headset is not guaranteed to operate with a USB
hub or USB extension cable. Use the dedicated USB
cable.
Step 2 : Installing the USB driver
USB drivers are included in operating systems if you
are using Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, and XP. USB
drivers will be installed when the system is connected
to the computer for the first time. Follow the on-screen
instructions to install. For details, refer to the manual
of your computer.
Note
When connecting to different USB ports, you may
have to install USB drivers.
For Windows 98SE
When the system is connected to the computer, [Add
New Hardware Wizard] is displayed and the
installation of the device driver automatically starts.
USB Composite Device, USB Human Interface Device
and USB Audio Device are installed.
Install each USB driver following the on-screen
instructions.
You may need the Windows 98SE CD-ROM to install
the drivers.
The following explains the steps of installing the USB
Composite Device as an example. Install the USB
Human Interface Device and USB Audio Device in the
same way.
1 Check that the [USB Composite Device] is
displayed in the [This wizard searches for
new drivers for:] window, and click [Next].
2 Check that the [Search for the best driver for
your device. (Recommended).]check box isselected, and click [Next].3 [Windows will search for new drivers in itsdriver database on your hard drive, and inany of the following selected locations.] isdisplayed, and click [Next].
If the Windows 98SE CD-ROM is required, insert it in
the CD-ROM drive and select CD-ROM drive.
Headset DR-260DPUSB Audio Box UAB-260USB Audio Box connection parts
1
2
4
3
5
6
7
8
9
0
4 [Windows driver file search for the device:]is displayed. check that [USB CompositeDevice] is displayed, and click [Next].5 When [USB Composite Device Windows hasfinished installing the software that yournew hardware device requires.] is displayed,click [Finish]. For Windows Me
When the system is connected to the computer, [Add
New Hardware Wizard] is displayed and the
installation of the device driver automatically starts.
USB Composite Device, USB Human Interface Device
and USB Audio Device are installed.
Install each USB driver following the on-screen
instructions.
The USB Composite Device and USB Human Interface
Device are installed automatically. Install the USB
Audio Device following the steps below.
1 Check that the [USB Audio Device] is
displayed in [Windows has found thefollowing new hardware:] window, andcheck that the [Automatic search for a betterdriver (Recommended)] check box is selectedand click [Next].2 The USB Audio device is installed.3 When [USB Audio Device Windows hasfinished installing the new hardwaredevice.] is displayed, click [Finish]. For Windows 2000 and XP
When the system is connected to the computer, the
USB Composite Device, USB Human Interface Device
and USB Audio Device are installed automatically.
Setting of music CD replay
This setting is necessary when playing back a music
CD in the CD-ROM drive.
Follow the instructions below according to your
operating system and click the check box of [Enable
digital CD audio for this CD-ROM device].
For Windows 98SEClick the [Start] menu and select [Settings],
[Control Panel], [Multimedia], and [CD Music].
For Windows MeClick the [Start] menu and select [Settings],
[Control Panel], [System] and [Device Manager].
Then double-click [CD-ROM] to select theCD-ROM drive for replaying the music and click[Properties], and then click [Properties] again. For Windows 2000Click the [Start] menu and select [Settings],[Control Panel], [Sounds and Multimedia], and[Hardware]. Then select the CD-ROM drive forreplaying the music and click [Properties], andthen click [Properties] again. For Windows XP
Click the [start] menu and select [Control Panel],
[Sounds, Speech, and Audio Devices], [Sounds
and Audio Devices], and [Hardware]. Then select
the CD-ROM drive for replaying the music and
click [Properties], and then click [Properties]
again.

How to use

1 Connect the headphone plug ( black ) to theheadphone jack and connect themicrophone plug ( pink ) to the microphonejack.2 Wear the headset marked R on your rightear and the one marked L on your left ear.3 Position the microphone in front of yourmouth by turning the Microphone adjuster.

Welcome!

Thank you for purchasing the Sony
DR-260USB Stereo Headset. Before operating the unit,
please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for
future reference.
Some features are:
Designed for comfortable, long term use.
Digital transmission via USB connection preventing
noise from your computer.
Handy operation via USB Audio Box functions, such
as headphone volume, microphone volume, and
muting.
Flexible Boom microphone design for reduced noise
and easy adjustment and positioning in front of your
mouth.
Practical long cord for both headphone and
Dedicated USB cable for use anywhere regardless of
your computer’s location.

Specifications

Stereo Headset DR-260DP
Cord 3 m (9 ft. 10 1/8 in.)
Plug Gold plated stereo mini plug (for
headphone)
Gold plated mini plug (for microphone)
Mass Approx. 90 g (3.18 oz.) (without cord)
Receiver
Type Open air dynamic
Driver unit 30 mm (1
3
/16 in.) (CCAW Voice Coil),
dome type
Maximum input power
1,000 mW (IEC*
1
)
Impedance 24 at 1 kHz
Sensitivity 100 dB/mW
Reproduction frequency range
40 - 20, 000 Hz
Microphone
Design Flexible Boom microphone
Type Electret condenser
Open circuit voltage level
-40 dB (0 dB = 1 V/Pa)
Effective frequency rage
20 - 20, 000 Hz
USB Audio Box UAB-260
Frequency range
20 - 20,000 Hz (headphone)
100 - 10,000 Hz (microphone)
Input / Output jacks
Output for headphone (mini jack/stereo)
Impedance load : 16 - 40
Input for microphone (mini jack/monaural)
Plug-in-power system
Dedicated USB jack
Power supply USB bus power compliant (5 V, 100 mA)
Dimensions (excluding projection)
Approx. 53×20×92 mm (w/h/d)
(2
1
/8 ×
3
/4 × 3
5
/8 in.)
Mass Approx. 40 g (1.4 oz.)
Operating environment
Compliant computer :
IBM PC/AT or compatible computers
Compliant OS :
Windows 98 Second Edition/Windows
2000 Professional/Windows
Millennium Edition/ Windows XP
Home Edition/Windows XP
Professional (manufacturer installed)
CPU: Pentium II 266 MHz or better
USB port*
2
Supplied accessories
Dedicated USB cable (1)
Operating instructions (1)
For the operating environment mentioned above, the
headset is not guaranteed to operate with all
computers.
The headset is not guaranteed to operate with home
built computers, operating systems that are
personally up-graded or multiple operating systems.
The headset is not guaranteed to operate with
functions such as system suspend, sleep and
hibernation, on all computers.
Adjusting the MIC LEVEL
Check the level of MIC LEVEL after recording with
the [Sound Recorder] software pre-installed in your
Windows.
Adjust MIC LEVEL of the USB Audio Box when the
volume level is too high or too low.
For Windows 98SE/Me/2000Click the [Start] menu, select [Programs],[Accessories], [Entertainment], and click [SoundRecorder]. For Windows XP
Click the [Start] menu, select [All Programs],
[Accessories], [Entertainment], and click [SoundRecorder].

Precautions

On Safety
Listening with the headphones at high volume may
affect your hearing. For traffic safety, do not use
while driving or cycling.
Be careful not to use the headphone at too loud a
volume level. Otherwise, you may have audio
feedback (a howling effect) as the microphone picks
up the loud sound from the headphone unit.
Do not drop your headset or subject it to external
shock, as it may cause a malfunction.
Do not disassemble or attempt to open any parts of
the system.
Grasp the plug part of the dedicated USB cable or
headset cord when you disconnect from the
connectors or jacks.
After operating the headset with the dedicated USB
cable or headset cord, disconnect the USB cable from
the computer if the headset is not to be used for an
extended period.
Do not use alcohol, benzene, or thinner to clean the
cabinet.
Do not place the system in any of thefollowing locations.
Do not leave the system in a location near heat
sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight,
excessive dust, moisture, rain or mechanical shock.
Bathroom or other high-humidity locations
Although this system is magnetically shielded, do
not leave recorded tapes, watches, personal credit
cards or floppy disks using magnetic coding in front
of the system for an extended period of time.
On headsetAct considerately
When the volume is too high, the sound leaks outside
the headset. Be careful not to raise the volume too
high that it bothers people around you. There is a
tendency to raise the volume when using in noisy
places. However, the volume should be kept at a level
where you can respond when called while listening to
the headset.
On ear pads and wind screen
The ear pads and wind screen are replaceable. Replace
them when they are worn out. To replace the ear pads
and wind screen, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
If you have any questions or problems concerning
your system that are not covered in this manual,
please consult your nearest Sony dealer.

Troubleshooting

Sound of the headphone is low.
The headphone plug is not connected to the jack
properly.
c Connect the headphone plug properly.
The Volume Control of your computer or the
volume level of the music playback software is
turned down.
c Adjust the Volume Control.
c Turn up the volume level of the music playback
software.
There is no sound from the headphone.
The dedicated USB cable is not connected to your
computer.
c Connect the dedicated USB cable to your
computer.
The headphone plug is not connected to the
headphone jack.
c Connect the headphone plug to the headphone
jack.
The system is connected while music software is
being replayed.
c Stop playback of the music software and start
again.
The audio replaying device of your computer is
not set correctly.
c For Windows 98SE
Select [Audio] in [Multimedia Properties], and
select [USB Audio Device] for [Preferred
device] in the Playback menu.
c For Windows Me
Select [Audio] in [Sounds and Multimedia
Properties], and select [USB Audio Device] for
[Preferred device] in the Sound Playback menu.
c For Windows 2000
Select [Audio] in [Sounds and Multimedia
Properties], and select [USB Audio Device] for
[Preferred device] in the Sound Playback menu.
c For Windows XP
Select [Audio] in [Sounds and Audio Devices
Properties], and select [USB Audio CODEC] for
[Default device] in the Sound playback menu.
The Volume Control of your computer or the
music playback software etc, is set to MUTE.
c Unset MUTE.
Your computer does not recognize the headset as
a USB device.
c Restart your computer.
The CD-ROM drive of your computer does not
support the digital play function of WDM.
c Use a CD-ROM drive that supports the digital
play function of WDM.
Sound of the headphone and recordedsound are disrupted.
The CPU of your computer is overloaded.
c Exit other applications.
Other USB devices are connected to your
computer and being operated simultaneously.
c Quit operating other USB devices.
You cannot record sound from themicrophone.
The microphone plug is not connected to the
microphone jack.
c Connect the microphone plug to the microphone
jack.
The MIC MUTING button is set to Muting mode.
c Set the MIC MUTING button to TALK mode.
The audio recording device of your computer is
not set correctly.
c For Windows 98SE
Select [Audio] in [Multimedia Properties], and
select [USB Audio Device] for [Preferred
device] in the Recording menu.
c For Windows Me
Select [Audio] in [Sounds and Multimedia
Properties], and select [USB Audio Device] for
[Preferred device] in the Sound Recording
menu.
c For Windows 2000
Select [Audio] in [Sounds and Multimedia
Properties], and select [USB Audio Device] for
[Preferred device] in the Sound Recording
menu.
c For Windows XP
Select [Audio] in [Sounds and Audio Devices
Properties], and select [USB Audio CODEC] for
[Default device] in the Sound recording menu.
Recorded sound is low.
The microphone plug is not connected to the
microphone jack properly.
c Connect the microphone plug properly.
The microphone is away from your mouth.
c Position the microphone in front of your mouth.
MIC LEVEL is turned down.
c Turn up MIC LEVEL.
There is noise in recorded sound.
There are electrical wires, fluorescent lights or
mobile phones near the headset (especially the
microphone.)
c Move away from any possible sources of
electromagnetic interference.
Recorded sound is distorted.
MIC LEVEL is set too high.
c Decrease the level of MIC LEVEL.
For details on the operation of your computer, refer to
the operating instructions of your computer.
There can be some breakdowns that cannot be solved
even with Troubleshooting. In such cases, contact
your nearest Sony dealer.
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AVERTISSEMENT

Afin d’éviter les risques d’incendie oud’électrocution, ne pas exposer cetappareil à la pluie ou à l’humidité.
Pour éviter les risques d’incendie ou d’électrocution,
ne pas poser de récipients remplis d’eau (p. ex. des
vases) sur l’appareil.
Afin d’écarter les risques d’électrocution, ne pas
ouvrir le boîtier. Ne confier l’entretien de l’appareil
qu’à un personnel qualifié.
Marque CE
La marque CE est valable uniquement dans les pays
où elle a force de loi, c’est-à-dire principalement dans
les pays de l’EEE (Espace Economique Européen).
Microsoft et Windows sont des marques déposées
ou des marques commerciales de Microsoft
Corporation aux Etats-Unis et / ou dans d’autres
pays.
IBM et PC/AT sont des marques déposées
d’International Business Machines Corporation.
Pentium est une marque commerciale ou une
marque déposée d’Intel Corporation.
Dans ce manuel, Windows XP fait référence à
Microsoft
®
Windows
®
XP Edition Familiale et
Microsoft
®
Windows
®
XP Professionnel.
Dans ce manuel, Windows 2000 fait référence à
Microsoft
®
Windows
®
2000 Professionnel.
Dans ce manuel, Windows Me fait référence à
Microsoft
®
Windows
®
Millenium Edition.
Dans ce manuel, Windows 98SE fait référence à
Microsoft
®
Windows
®
98 Deuxième Edition.
Tous les autres noms de systèmes et de produits
sont des marques commerciales ou des marques
déposées de leurs propriétaires respectifs. Les
symboles
TM
et
®
ne sont pas utilisés dans ce manuel.

Bienvenue !

Nous vous remercions d’avoir fait l’acquisition du
casque stéréo DR-260USB de Sony. Avant d’utiliser cet
appareil, lisez attentivement le présent mode d’emploi
et conservez-le pour toute référence ultérieure.
Le casque offre les fonctions suivantes :
conception pour une utilisation prolongée
confortable.
la transmission numérique via la connexion USB
réduit les parasites générés par votre ordinateur.
une utilisation facile, via les fonctions Boîtier Audio
USB, telles que le volume du casque, le volume du
micro et la fonction de coupure du son.
conception de micro monté sur tige flexible pour une
réduction des bruits parasites ainsi qu’un réglage et
une mise en place aisés devant la bouche.
cordon long pratique pour le casque et pour le câble
USB dédié pour une utilisation partout quel que soit
l’emplacement de votre ordinateur.

Spécifications

Casque stéréo DR-260DP
Cordon 3 m
Fiche Mini-fiche stéréo plaquée or (pour le
casque)
Mini-fiche plaquée or (pour le micro)
Masse Environ 90 g (3,18 on.) (sans cordon)
Récepteur
Type Ouvert dynamique
Transducteurs
30 mm (1
3
/16 po.) (Bobine acoustique
CCAW), type dôme
Puissance maximale en entrée
1 000 mW (IEC*
1
)
Impédance 24 à 1 kHz
Sensibilité 100 dB/mW
Gamme de fréquence de reproduction
40 à 20 000 Hz
Micro
Conception Micro monté sur tige flexible
Type Condensateur électret
Niveau de tension de circuit ouvert
-40 dB (0 dB = 1 V/Pa)
Gamme de fréquence utile
20 à 20 000 Hz
Boîtier Audio USB UAB-260
Plage de fréquences
20 à 20 000 Hz (casque)
100 à 10 000 Hz (micro)
Prises entrée/sortie
Sortie de casque (miniprise/stéréo)
Charge d’impédance : 16 - 40
Entrée de micro (miniprise, mono)
Système PIP (plug-in-power)
Prise USB dédiée
Alimentation électrique
Conforme pour alimentation par bus USB
(5 V, 100 mA)
Dimensions (sauf parties saillantes)
Environ 53 × 20 × 92 mm (l/h/p)
(2
1
/8 ×
3
/4 × 3
5
/8 po.)
Masse Environ 40 g
Configuration requise
Ordinateur compatible :
PC/AT IBM ou ordinateurs
compatibles
Systèmes d’exploitation compatibles :
Windows 98 Deuxième Edition/
Windows 2000 Professionnel/Windows
Millennium Edition/ Windows XP
Edition Familiale/Windows XP
Professionnel (installation par défaut)
Unité centrale : Pentium II 266 MHz ou
plus rapide
port USB*
2
Accessoires fournis
Câble USB dédié (1)
Mode d’emploi (1)
Pour les configurations citées ci-dessus, nous ne
pouvons pas garantir le fonctionnement du casque
avec tous les ordinateurs.
Nous ne pouvons pas garantir le fonctionnement du
casque avec les ordinateurs montés sur mesure, les
systèmes d’exploitation mis à niveau ou les systèmes
d’exploitation multiples.
Nous ne pouvons pas garantir le fonctionnement du
casque avec des fonctions telles que suspension de
système, veille et mise en hibernation, sur tous les
ordinateurs.
*1 Testé par la IEC (Commission Electrotechnique Internationale
(CEI))
*2 le Boîtier Audio USB prend en charge l’USB 2.0. (précédemment
USB 1.1)
La conception et les spécifications sont sujettes à
modification sans préavis.

Identification des pièces

Casque DR-260DPBoîtier Audio USB UAB-260Pièces de raccordement du Boîtier Audio
USB
1 Oreillette (droite)2 Oreillette (gauche)3 Dispositif de réglage du microRéglez la position du micro en tournant ledispositif de réglage.4 Micro à écran anti-vent5 Marque a6 Touche PHONE VOLUME +/- (pour casque)Réglez le volume du casque.7 MIC LEVEL (pour micro)Réglez le volume du micro.8 Touche MIC MUTINGTALK 4 : Le micro est réglé en mode TALK.MUTING $ : Le micro est réglé en modeMUTING.9 Prise micro m (système PIP)0 Prise casque iqa Prise USB dédiée
Etape 1 : Raccordement
Raccordez votre Boîtier Audio USB et votre ordinateur
à l’aide du câble USB fourni.
câble USB dédiéRemarques
Le casque prend en charge la version USB 2.0
(précédemment version USB 1.1.)
Nous ne pouvons pas garantir le fonctionnement de
ce casque avec un concentrateur USB ou une
rallonge USB. Utilisez le câble USB dédié.
Etape 2 : Installation du pilote USB
Les pilotes USB sont compris dans les systèmes
d’exploitation Windows 98SE, Me, 2000 et XP. Les
pilotes USB sont installés lorsque le système est
raccordé à l’ordinateur pour la première fois. Suivez
les instructions à l’écran pour procéder à l’installation.
Pour de plus amples informations, reportez-vous au
mode d’emploi de votre ordinateur.
Remarque
Lors du raccordement à des ports USB différents, il est
possible que vous deviez installer les pilotes USB.
Pour Windows 98SE
Lorsque le système est raccordé à l’ordinateur,
[Assistant Ajout de nouveau matériel] s’affiche et
l’installation du pilote de l’appareil est lancée
automatiquement.
Les Périphérique USB composite, Périphérique
d’interface utilisateur USB et Périphérique audio USB
sont installés.
Installez chaque pilote USB en suivant les instructions
à l’écran.
Il est possible que vous ayez besoin du CD-ROM
Windows 98SE pour installer les pilotes.
La section suivante présente comme exemple les
étapes d’installation du pilote Périphérique USB
composite. Installez les pilotes Périphérique
d’interface utilisateur USB et Périphérique audio USB
de la même façon.
1 Vérifiez que le [Périphérique USB composite]est affiché dans la fenêtre [Cet Assistantrecherche de nouveaux pilotes pour :] etcliquez sur [Suivant].2 Assurez-vous que la case [Rechercher lemeilleur pilote pour votre périphérique.(Recommandé).] est cochée, puis cliquez sur[Suivant].3 [Windows va rechercher des nouveauxpilotes dans sa base de données, sur votredisque dur et dans les endroitssélectionnés.] s’affiche, puis cliquez sur[Suivant].
Si vous devez utiliser le CD-ROM Windows 98SE,
insérez-le dans le lecteur de CD-ROM et sélectionnez
le Lecteur de CD-ROM.
4 [Windows recherche les fichiers du pilotepour ce périphérique :] s’affiche. Vérifiez que[Périphérique USB composite] est affiché,puis cliquez sur [Suivant].5 Lorsque [Périphérique USB compositeWindows a terminé l’installation du logicielnécessaire à votre nouveau périphériquematériel.] s’affiche, cliquez sur [Terminer].
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vers la priseUSB dédiéeto the dedicatedUSB jackvers le port USB1 Ear pad ( Right )2 Ear pad ( Left )3 Microphone adjusterAdjust the position of the microphone byturning the adjuster.4 Microphone with wind screen5 a mark6 PHONE VOLUME + / - button ( forheadphone )Adjust the volume level of the headphone.7 MIC LEVEL ( for microphone )Adjust the volume level of the microphone.8 MIC MUTING button4 TALK : The microphone is set to TALKmode.$ MUTING : The microphone is set toMUTING mode.9 mMicrophone jack ( Plug-in-power system )0 i Headphone jackqa Dedicated USB jackto the USB port
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Specifiche Sony DR-260USB

Generale
Marca Sony
Modello DR-260USB
Prodotto Impianti Hi-Fi
Lingua Inglese
Tipo di file PDF
Connettività
Tecnologia di connessione Cablato
Dimensioni e peso
Peso 110 g
Microfono
Frequenza microfono 300 - 20000 Hz
Auricolari
Sensibilità cuffia 100 dB
Frequenza cuffia 40 - 20000 Hz
Unità driver 30 mm
Tipo di magnete Ferrite
Altre caratteristiche
Requisiti di sistema minimi Windows (98SE+) & Macintosh (OS 9.0.4+) based computers
Connettore Gold-plated dual plug & USB
Prestazione
Lunghezza cavo 3 m
Tipo di auricolare Stereofonico
Tipo di prodotto Cuffia
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