Clear, accurate sound in a comfortable set of headphones.
Modern music production technology has taken revolutionary leaps over the last ten years. Greater than-CD resolution, noise-free recording and all-digital processing are commonplace. Now with the HPH-MT120, Yamaha has created headphones that are ideal for monitoring in these demanding environments. They’ve applied advanced technology and meticulous adjustment to deliver the clearest and most accurate sound, all to complete the final and most important link in the recording chain—the sound that reaches your ears.
High-resolution sound for modern recording
Every element of these high-quality headphones have been designed to suit the modern recording environment. They provide faithful, accurate reproduction of high-bit, all-digital sound, with less noise. Specifically, the speaker drivers utilize a CCAW (copper clad aluminum wire) voice coil. This combination of aluminum wiring coated with copper features exceptionally good conductivity and light weight, reproducing high-resolution sound with maximum clarity over the full frequency range.
Simply beautiful Elegantly functional
The HPH-MT120 is a model of simplicity and elegance, offering clean design where nothing is wasted, and exceptional functionality where all elements combine to provide faithful, high-quality monitoring of demanding digital sound sources. Its housing has a rounded-rectangular shape that is large enough to completely cover your ears, yet are easy to handle and feel just right. The appearance complements the sturdy construction and modern design—a perfect match for today’s recording environment.
Suitable for long use without fatigue, comfortable fit for extended sessions
The sturdy three-dimensional arms pivot, allowing you to adjust the slope depending on the angle of rotation. Along with the careful adjustment Yamaha made to the arms’ lateral pressure, this lets the ear pads securely yet comfortably fit along the shape of your head. The housings can also be rotated freely, allowing you to invert one cup and monitor in just one ear if desired.