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The Perfect Unison’s wooden headphones

Submitted by on April 27, 2009 – 9:51 pm 2 Comments

The headphone company The Perfect Unison has partnered with Dutch artist Parra to produce a set of incredibly beautiful wooden headphones.  The Perfect Unison x Parra headphones are being made in a limited number – only 50 are being made.  Take a look at how beautiful they are:

Perfect Unison Wooden Headphones

The headphones are made of 9 layers of birch and was silkscreen printed by hand by Parra. These things are simply stunning and would look fantastic on my head (are you guys listening?  how about a review set?)

Perfect Unison Wooden Headphones

The headphones are equipped with “30mm Ultrasone® mylar drivers which have a frequency range of 20-20,000hz and an impedance of output of 35 ohms.”  From the specs listed, they “look” like they sound great.    

Perfect Unison Wooden Headphones

The Perfect Unison’s site says is that they’ll soon have new designs for everyone to drool over. They say that the headphones are available exclusively at The Lazy Dog Shop, so if you know where that is, go check them out. The Perfect Unison x Parra collaboration sells for €349 (approx. $450).   I’m keep waiting for my review set.  Hint, hint!


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