Wednesday, April 4th 2007

Creative Introduces Aurvana DJ Headphones

Stylish and Versatile Home Studio Monitoring Headphones For Pure Music Enjoyment

SINGAPORE - 4 April, 2007 -- Creative Technology Ltd. (NASDAQ: CREAF), a worldwide leader in digital entertainment products, today announced the Creative Aurvana DJ Headphones. Sophistically designed with brushed metal and diamond-cut finishing, these powerful headphones offer precise audio reproduction for discerning music listeners, DJ mixes and home studio monitoring use. Built for ultra-comfort using high-grade acoustic components, the Creative Aurvana DJ Headphones are ideal companion products for any MP3 or portable media players with a regular headphone jack. It also perfectly complements Creative's latest range of X-Fi Xtreme Fidelity audio systems, offering a truly remarkable listening experience.
"The captivating Creative Aurvana DJ Headphones follow after the launch of our award-winning Creative Aurvana In-Ear Earphones to bring forth Creative's leadership in offering premium performance personal audio products to complement the demands of today's digital music. The Creative Aurvana DJ Headphones are designed with high performance and optimal comfort in mind. The powerful yet lightweight Neodymium drivers with Copper-Clad Aluminium Wire voice coils allow the headphones to accurately reproduce music or sound from any media source. The plush leatherette earpads significantly reduce ambient noise, making the headphones ideal for use in a noisy club environment or in the quiet comfort of your home. These headphones leverage on Creative's decades of audio expertise to deliver pristine audio quality from any audio equipment such as DJ consoles, mixers and portable audio or media players," said Joseph Liow, Vice President, Personal Digital Entertainment Products of Creative Technology Ltd.

Key Features and Benefits of Creative Aurvana DJ Headphones

· Acoustically-tuned 40mm Neodymium drivers with Copper-Clad Aluminum Wire (CCAW) voice coils for accurate and linear response.
· Angled earcups optimally direct sound into the ear canal.
· The Circum-Aural closed-back design with comfortable leatherette ear-pads ensures excellent noise isolation.
· Adjustable headband with comfortable padding for extended hours of music enjoyment.
· 180-degree vertical swivel earcups with DJ-friendly rubber grip for easy monitoring of music mixes.
· High-purity Oxygen-Free Copper (OFC) cable and gold-plated plugs give users clear audio playback at all times. The single-sided coiled cable facilitates DJ or home studio monitoring use.

The Creative Aurvana DJ Headphones can be paired with the high-fidelity Creative X-Fi audio solutions such as Creative Xmod, Creative X-Fi Sound System Z600 and any MP3 or portable media players with a regular headphone jack, including Creative's latest ZEN series of MP3 players such as the Creative ZEN Vision W, Creative ZEN Vision:M and Creative ZEN V Plus.

Pricing and Availability
The Creative Aurvana DJ Headphones are available now in retail stores in Singapore at a suggested retail price of S$169.00 (around 110 US$/85 Euros). For more information, please visit the Creative Asia Website.Source: Creative
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5 Comments on Creative Introduces Aurvana DJ Headphones

isn't the same of Headphones HQ-1400


Driver Units: 40mm Neodymium magnet with Copper-clad aluminium wire (CCAW) voice coil
Frequency Response:

20Hz ~ 20kHz
Impedance: 32ohms
Sensitivity: 105dB/mW (1kHz)
Cord length: 3m
Input/Output Plugs: 3.5mm gold-plated stereo miniplug
Net Weight: 200g (without packaging)


Driver Units: 40mm Neodymium magnet with Copper-Clad Aluminum Wire (CCAW) voice coil
Frequency response:

Impedance: 32ohms
Sensitivity (1kHz): 105dB/mW
Cord Length: 1.4m~3m coiled Oxygen-Free Copper cable
Input Plug: 3.5mm gold-plated stereo miniplug with 6.3mm (¼”) stereo adapter
Net Weight 385g (without packaging)

just the cable? and for that the weight?? :confused:
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The headband and materials used are different too - that very likely results in a better haptic feeling.
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Creative, fix youre vista drivers first. Then after that, you can re-start selling other audio/hardware products... Keep youre papers in order...
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i could probably go get a $15 card of e-bay that has vista driver that support a mic but a company that sells a $300 sound card cant write driver to support there product

to stay on subject the headphones look nice but they probably only work half way on vista (i think the left side doesn't come in)
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Bird of Prey
Looks like a competitor to Razers and Asus' head phones (or whoever has those spiffy new headphones that was reviewed on here like a week ago)
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