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Pioneer gives its popular HDJ-1000 DJ headphones a gilded touch

Andrea Divirgilio / October 15, 2010

pioneer hdj 1000 professional dj headphones

Targeting the fashion-conscious DJs, Pioneer has now announced its popular HDJ-1000 professional DJ headphones in two fashionable colors. Due to be available in December 2010, the limited edition DJ headphones offer a more comfortable fit and deliver better low frequency reproduction for effective mixing. Designed to please both your ears and eyes, the HDJ-1000 will be available in black and gold, and the original chrome model. The gold version has been specially rolled out for those who want to stand out of the DJ crowd. Both the new variants are functionally the same. The headphones use low rebound urethane for the ear pads, which offer a better fit and increased comfort during the long DJ sessions.

Technical Specs:

• Frequency: 5Hz – 30kHz

• Impedance:36Ω

• Maximum input power:3,500 mW

• Output sound level:107 dB/m

• Unit type: 50 mm diameter dome type

• Plug: 3.5 mm diameter 3P mini plus

• Weight:9.52 oz. (excluding cord)

Other salient features include an easy fold-away structure design, a carrying pouch, a swivel mechanism with 90-degree housing rotation and a mono/stereo switch for single-ear use. The limited edition gold and black versions of the Pioneer HDJ-1000 professional DJ headphones will start shipping in December for $209.

Via: Gizmodo/Slashgear/Geeky-Gadgets

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