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Technics RPDJ1200K  and the Technics RPDJ1200A the same headphones???

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Yes, they are the same, except for the headphone cable and in some cases the color (although I've seen black 1200A):

RPDJ1200K (black) - have a non-coiled cord
RPDJ1200A (silver) - have a coiled cord that stretches

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