Grammy winner David Hodges selects Ultrasone’s PRO -750 headphone
(Dave Molter | Posted 2010-03-15)
Ultrasone Inc., distributor for German headphone manufacturer Ultrasone AG, is pleased to announce that its PRO-750 headphone has been chosen by Grammy award-winning artist/songwriter/producer David Hodges. Renowned for his work with artists such as Celine Dion, Blake Lewis, David Archuleta, Evanescence, Kelly Clarkson and more, David utilizes Ultrasone’s PRO-750 for all of his studio sessions that demand critical listening.
"After using countless other high end headphones from different companies, I have been blown away by the Ultrasone PRO 750's,” remarked David Hodges. “I mainly work in my personal studio, which is not acoustically treated; so having something to reference mixes against that I can trust has been incredibly helpful. And the attention to detail in design cuts down drastically on fatigue after hours of working. Now I'm hooked: I take my PRO 750's wherever I go."
Ultrasone PRO headphones are exceptional in every respect, exclusively designed
and equipped for the professional audio sector. Each model in the PRO range
demonstrates exquisitely faithful sound benefiting from the latest proprietary
technologies and engineered to meet the most exacting needs of musicians
and critical listeners alike. And PRO users will undoubtedly appreciate the
assortment of select accessories that are offered as standard.
Ultrasone´s dedicated team continually cultivates its intimate access to artists
and studio professionals to remain cutting-edge while offering efficient service
and expert support.
Based near Munich, Germany, Ultrasone AG has been manufacturing headphones for the audio market for over 17 years, during which time the company has developed and applied for more than 60 patents for its innovative technology. The company's unique, patented S-Logic™ technology creates natural surround sound without the use of additional electronic devices. Ultrasone headphones represent a safer listening experience by reducing sound pressure on the ear drum by up to 40% and also by offering shielding from EMF radiation up to 98% through the use of patented ULE (ultra low emission) technology.
From an Ultrasone press release. For more information about Ultrasone headphones, go to www.ultrasone.com.