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Panasonic Best in Class On-Ear Stereo Headphones RP-HT21 (Black & Silver) Lightweight and Comfortable, Powerful Bass, Audiophile, iPhone, Android Compatible
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- Lightweight, open-air design on-ear headphones weigh just 1.2 oz. (without cable)
- 30mm large neodymium drivers with XBS deliver rich powerful bass and natural treble. 16Hz - 22kHz frequency response
- Comfort-fit with a wide headband and foam-cushioned earcups for added listening comfort
- Long, 4.5 ft. cable threads comfortably through clothes
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|Dimensions||0.5 inches x 36 inches x 6.7 inches||6.8 inches x 5.5 inches x 2.5 inches||6.38 inches x 8.44 inches x 2.13 inches||0.7 inches x 6.6 inches x 5 inches|
|Item Weight||0.08 pounds||0.23 pounds||0.18 pounds||0.1 pounds|
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From the Manufacturer
Panasonic RP-HT21 Lightweight Headphones with XBS
Bang-for-your-buck sound you just have to hear to believe. The Panasonic RP-HT21 headphones combine a high-quality listening experience with portability and lightweight comfort—and at a price that’s easy on your budget. An XBS port pumps up the bass while a wide headband and foam-cushioned earpads keep you comfy. Perfect for grab-and-go listening, the RP-HT21 headphones are ideal to keep next to your computer, in your laptop case or in a backpack along with your portable music device.
Lightweight Open-air Design
The RP-HT21 tips the scales at a feather-light 1.2-ounce so you might just forget you have them on. A generous 4.5-feet cord threads comfortably through clothing and bags and reaches the computer across your desk.
XBS Port for Increased Bass Response
An XBS port magnifies low-frequency sound, delivering full, robust bass similar to what you’d hear in higher-priced headphones and brings alive your favorite dance tunes or action movies.
Wide Headband and Cushioned Earpads
A wide, ergonomic headband and foam-cushioned earpads feel secure yet never intrusive, while providing hours of listening comfort.
30mm Diameter Drivers and Neodymium Magnets
Despite their demure profile, the RP-HT21 delivers clear, natural-sounding mids and highs along with resonant bass powered by 30-millimeter diameter drivers, neodymium magnets and 16Hz - 22kHz frequency response.
Top Customer Reviews
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!Read more ›
I have tried, and still own, in ear "bud" headphones, behind the neck in-ear headphones, medium cup sized over-ear headphones, and huge over-ear closed style headphones. All have their perks, and unfortunately negatives too.
The in-ear type of headphones would actually cause me physical pain only shortly after wearing them. The little ones, buds, with the little suction type end piece hurt the most. And the portable factor was dismissible once I realized I had to fight to untangle them each time I wanted to use them. The around the neck in-ear headphones, but no "suction cup", would typically yield better results in regards to the length of time before pain commenced. They still hurt after some time, and because the pressure of the band was suppose keep them on your head they weren't very practical for quickly taking off. This also made having them around your neck uncomfortable.
Moving on I then tried headphones with over-ear designs. I ended my search with my Audio-technica monitor headphones (ATH-A700). I love them, for the most part. Audio quality is superb, and the comfort of the band is great, as the wing design fits to your head. They have a closed back design so it helps keep outside noise at a reduced level. These positives unfortunately came with some big negatives though. One, obviously, they are not very portable, and much less practical to use in public. Secondly, due to me spending large amounts of time using headphones for work, school, and hobbies, My neck would start to ache. The sheer weight of the headphones was actually causing pain in my neck around my shoulder area.Read more ›
Sound Quality: 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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It worked for two days now one speaker on the ear keeps cutting outPublished 2 hours ago by edward brosky
Good buy for the money. I didn't think so initially, since it didn't work on my i-phone. Then I paged through the questions and answers about this product and found that the... Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Big Suze
These headphones are a remarkable buy ! They were only 6 dollars and change and sound as good as some much more expencive headphones that i own. Read morePublished 8 hours ago by Patrick H. Sheridan
ok, what was I wanted but doesn't fit as good as I expected, but probably fits as it shouldPublished 2 days ago by carole lewis
It works fine, but does not block any outside noise, so make sure you are in a quiet place when you use these headphones.Published 2 days ago by S. Ngo