Intercom, Broadcast & TV

 
DT 100
The worldwide standard closed headphone for monitoring, ENG/EFP and live-applications.
Article Number: 421464
Available at authorized resellers
DT 102
Single-ear version of legendary DT 100, for broadcast and film, recording studios and theatre applications.
Article Number: 421561
Available at authorized resellers
DT 108/109 Series

Classic headsets with dynamic microphone for live, remote broadcasting, studio, film, TV and language lab applications.
DT 108
DT 109 

Article Number: DT 108/109 Series
Available at authorized resellers
 
 

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