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Panasonic RP-HT21 Lightweight Headphones with XBS Port

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  • Lightweight, open-air design headphones weigh just 1.2 oz. without cable, Cable Length: 4.50 ft
  • XBS port for increased bass response and neodymium magnets for full-range sound
  • Wide headband and foam-cushioned earphones for added listening comfort
  • Large-diameter driver units 30mm (1-3/16"), 3.5 mm connector
  • Frequency response: 16 Hz - 22 kHz,Impedance: 16 Ohm
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Dimensions 0.5 inches x 36 inches x 6.7 inches 6.22 inches x 8.66 inches x 1.18 inches 0.7 inches x 6.6 inches x 5 inches 7.87 inches x 5.87 inches x 1.81 inches
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Their large, 30 mm diaphragms feature Neodymium magnets, offering full-bodied sound free of the discomfort that can sometimes accompany earbud-style earphones. The foam-cushioned phones also feature a wide headband, for added listening comfort.This Accessory works with: SL-SW967VS,SL-MP36C,SL-PH270,SL-SX431C,SL-CT680V,SL-SX392C,SL-SW947S,SL-CT485,SL-CT490,RQ-V75,SL-CT520,SL-SX451C,SL-J900,SL-CT590,SL-J905,SL-CT489V,SL-SX285,SL-SX290,SL-J610V,SL-MP35,SL-CT495J,SL-MP75,SL-MP80,SL-SV600J,SL-SX320,SL-SX330,SL-CT710,SL-CT720,SL-SX388,SL-SX390,SL-CT790,SL-SX430,SL-SX450,SL-CT810,RQ-SX67V,RQ-C05V,SL-SW967VA,RQ-E27V,SL-CT579V,SL-SX281C,SL-SX331C,SL-CT582V,SL-SV500,SL-SV570,RQ-P35,RQ-A200,RQ-CR18V,RQ-L51,RR-QR230,RN-2021,RF-SW50S,RF-SW50,RF-P50.

Product Details

Color: silver
  • Product Dimensions: 36 x 6.7 x 0.5 inches ; 1.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00004T8R2
  • Item model number: RPHT21
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,440 customer reviews)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

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631 of 649 people found the following review helpful By Stephen R. Finney VINE VOICE on March 14, 2006
Color: silver Verified Purchase
If you want value for your money, if you lose your headphones too often, if you wear out the cord, or plug on your headphones, these are the ones to get. I have a couple of MP3 players I use at work daily and with them I wear my headphones constantly. I either lose or wear them out whether they are more expensive or cheaper. I was absolutely startled at the bass that came our of these phones. It is deep, rich and accurate. Overall sound is better than a pair I once had that cost me about 10 times as much. Knowing that I would either wear them out or lose them I bought 4 pairs this time. I will definitely buy more when the need arises. An excellent deal, I highly recommend these phones.
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174 of 179 people found the following review helpful By J. E. Perry on March 12, 2009
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You've already read from several other reviewers that these headphones have good bass and sound, are extremely durable, and a good price. I completely agree with all these sentiments. Some reviewers have said that they are fragile, and it makes me wonder what they are doing to break them. Are they treating them like ear buds, which have no headband? The band is flexible plastic, but like any other plastic band, too much pressure will make it snap (same goes for the head phones, but I've been able to reattach them a couple of times by just snapping them back in).

What I want to emphasize is the thing that most impresses me about these headphones, which is the reason that they are the only ones I use, and that is that they are EXTREMELY comfortable (for headphones with a band). I've tried several other types and styles: behind the neck Behind-The-Neck Headphones with Fashion Color Caps, extra padding on the headphone speakers Sony MDR-V250V Monitor Series Headphones with In-line Volume Control, even headphones with the same design (wide headband and swiveling headphones so that they adjust to your head size): Coby CVH42 Slim Lightweight Stereo HP & Koss UR5 Stereo Headphones with Foam Ear Cushions.

NONE of the other brands mentioned above can even compare when it comes to comfort!
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247 of 257 people found the following review helpful By DS on March 21, 2006
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These are the best portable headphones in this price range. Good bass and smooth, natural sound. In fact they would probably still be the best bang for the buck at three times the price. If you can afford more, consider the Sennheiser PX100 for about 40-50 dollars. But if you're on a budget or don't want to worry about losing or breaking a more expensive pair of headphones, these are definitely the ones to get.
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82 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Ahmed M. on October 8, 2008
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Value: 5/5
Comfort: 5/5
Sound Quality: 3/5
Bass: 3/5
Durability: 4/5
Isolation: 3/5
Volume Sensitivity: 3/5

For a $3 pair of insanely comfortable, clear sounding headphones with some bass that you can feel, no other headphones will offer the value you will get for this one.

Yes, for $15 the Koss KSC75 does sound better but comfort goes down quite a lot with those as they're ear-clip headphones that don't want to stay on your head whilst you move and the ear clips are easy to lose, so you're sacrificing durability and comfort for sound quality.

Yes, for $50 the Sennheiser px100 does sound better, offer richer bass, and better volume sensitivity, but it's 15 times the price of these headphones. If you have the money though, they are definitely an upgrade from the RP-HT21.

I like the clear, fun sound from the RP-HT21 and the nice punchy bass that you can feel hitting your ears. And I especially LOVE its comfort. But I do admit the sound is a bit tinny compared to, say, the Koss UR40. Take my advice and take off the pads that come with the headphones and wear them raw - not only does this make the sound clearer and the bass punchier, but your ears will stay cool and comfortable also. I can wear these for 8+ hours and even sleep with them on. It fits my large head without even stretching it to its maximum length. The drivers themselves vertically adjust to your ears to add to the comfort. I once stepped on them and a driver popped out, but you just pop them back in and they're as good as new. I've owned these for a year now and these still sound and feel as great as day 1. Comes with an adequate 4-foot portable cord, and aesthetically looks okay so you can definitely wear them in public.
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245 of 263 people found the following review helpful By S. Bowers on March 3, 2008
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Now, I know that may sound cliche, but it's true. I am rough on headphones, plain and simple. I use them at work, shove them in my purse to take home on the weekends, shove them in my laptop case, take them back to work, and rip them on and off my ears all day long. I always kill the cords, and I always seem to lose sound in one ear.

So, when I broke my last set - much to my fury - I set out to find a new one... this set was one of two I ordered. It was the cheaper of the two, initially purchased as a back-up in case the more expensive ones I bought went dead unexpectedly.

Heh. I prefer these to the more expensive ones. I've hardly touched those ones.

Seriously, they have the best bass I have EVER had on a headset. Ever. And, I confess, I'm all about the bass.

These lasted longer than most brands I've had, sound fabulous, and are finally, after almost a year and a half of hard use, are just barely (and I do mean barely)starting to wear down. For me, that's a record. I kill headphones too quickly. I am seriously going to purchase another set, because I was so entirely pleased with these. They're inexpensive, lightweight, and sound amazing.

So, sure, perhaps these won't be your cup of tea if your all into high-tech equipment and sound recording, etc. I'm not. I just want a set of phones that lets me hear every single note and rhythm that my MP3 player or Window's Media Player has to offer. I don't think I can sing their praises enough. They are AWESOME, and I entirely recommend them to anyone just wanting to listen to music and hear all the great sound your player, disc, or computer has to offer.

Muchos Gracias, Panasonic - I LOVE these headphones!
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