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Kicker Cush Talk Headphones

Kicker HP402MB Cush Talk Headphones

KICKER just introduced the Cush Talk over-ear headphones, which provide a lightweight mic and single multi-function button for listening convenience and easily transferring voice during phone calls. Cush Talk also comes with a handy protective storage pouch.

Featuring an ultra-lightweight design and thick over-the-ear cushions, Cush Talk Headphones allow for long-lasting comfort and remarkably detailed acoustics with a lavish fit. With 54-millimeter speakers and a max output of 118 decibels, these headphones provide the legendary bass response and tonal accuracy for which KICKER is known.

KICKER’s freshest headphones raise the bar with a high-comfort level and distinctive look. They feature a smooth, soft-touch finish in black gloss and a breathable, perforated headband that lies softly over the listener’s head.

Cush Talk utilizes a 53-inch, Kevlar-reinforced, flat cable provides more freedom for movement while listening. The flat cable is smooth and less prone to tangles. Kevlar, the same material used in bulletproof vests for military and law enforcement, has allowed the KICKER Ultra-Gauge cable to perform excellently under the most strenuous factory stress testing. The angled “L” plug (1/8-inch, corrosion-resistant) provides stout strain relief and connects into any iPod, iPhone, MP3 player or KICKER Docking System.

Price and Availability
KICKER Cush Talk Headphones are available now for $79.95.

Specifications

Model HP402MB
Frequency response, Hz 20-20k Hz
Sensitivity, db/1mW 100
Max output, dB 118
Cable, in (cm) 53.15 in (135)
Plug, in (mm) 1/8 in (3.5mm)
Speaker diameter 2.13 in (54 mm)
RoHS Compliant Yes
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