If beats are made for bass heads, unce-unce lovers deserve something too! Meet PUMP headphones for EDM lovers.
PUMP Zeus Headphones, Designed for EDM Lovers
This headphone, named Zeus, is optimized to deliver quality audio with an emphasis on the elements present in EDM music by producing a warmer sound signature, rather than a flat frequency response. The headphone should resonate well over a frequency response of 16 Hertz to 24,000 Hertz using 40 mm drivers. The speaker operates on an impedance of 16 ohms.
The over-ear headphones are Bluetooth capable and should be able to run for 7-9 hour on a single charge. However, that single charge will take about 4 hours. Regardless, PUMP is fashioned with plush leather ear cups and a specially designed ear cup so these cans are comfortable both on the head and around the neck. No more hitting your chin on your headphones while playing disc jockey at your local party. Moreover, buttons on the side of the ear cups are used to take calls, adjust the volume, and skip back and forth between tracks. The entire frame is also collapsible.
PUMP Audio promises that they have achieved one of the world’s best sounding headphones. Further saying, they are confident user’s would not be able to tell the difference in sound quality between the wired and wireless mode of their headphones. Interested buyers will be happy to know PUMP is offering a 60 day money back guarantee if you do not like the product. And if you do, well PUMP Zeus comes with a 5 year warranty. If lost or damaged Kickstarter backers have access to PUMPreplace. This enables their supporters to receive another set of headphones (without fancy packaging) for a subsidized cost.
PUMP headphones are currently available via Kickstarter. The campaign is selling the cans at a discounted rate of $197 USD before retailing at a cost between $279 – $349 USD. PUMP headphones will ship worldwide in July (to super early birds) and then again in September.
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