Fostex Introduces TR Series Premium Stereo Headphones

January 22, 2016
Series Offers Smooth, Accurate Sound Reproduction and Highly Flexible Configuration

Building on the 30-year heritage of its legendary RP series, Fostex’s new TR Series premium professional dynamic headphones have been designed from the ground up for an exceptional listening experience in the studio and at home.

With a new 40mm Fostex dynamic headphone driver and specially tuned housings, the TR Series offers 5Hz to 35kHz response, smooth and accurate sound reproduction and plenty of audio level.

TR Series headphones are attractively designed with Fostex signature slider bars and there are three distinct models to suit different listening preferences. The TR-70 has a fully open design; the TR-80 has a fully closed-back; and the TR-90 has a semi-open design. Each model is available in an 80 ohm version for studio and production use, and a 250 ohm version for studio and critical listening (Hi-Fi).

With excellent performance, rock-solid construction and six different configurations, the TR Series will debut at NAMM 2016, and is available for immediate shipment at a MAP of $199.99 each. Each TR Series headphone comes standard with two detachable cables (coiled and straight), a ¼” to 3.5mm adapter and both regular and extra-thick ear pads. See and hear these great new headphones at American Music and Sound’s Booth 6464, Hall A.


For over 40 years, Fostex, a division of Foster Electric, has been one of the world’s foremost manufacturers of headphones and transducer technology. American Music & Sound (AM&S), the leading independent distributor of Pro Audio, Music Creation, and Musical Instrument products from the world's finest manufacturers, is proud to distribute Lewitt products in the USA. For more information, visit www.americanmusicandsound.com orwww.fostexinternational.com.
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