New Flagship Professional DJ Headphones

HDJ-2000Designed to enhance our Pioneer HDJ series, these sleekly designed, top-flight headphones touch down with several new innovations to reach new levels of sound quality, comfort and durability.First up, the HDJ-2000s’ high-quality frequency response is optimised for pro DJ use and ensures superb clarity with clear separation. This applies to any demanding environment, whether it’s performing in a packed club or engineering in a studio. In fact, the HDJ-2000s’ 50 mm driver units and high-flux magnets create outstanding resolution, from bass to treble, and are ideal for studio applications. Yet another neat feature is the capacity for 3,500 mW of input, which means distortion is prevented, even at sustained loud volumes. The heavy-duty build of these headphones ensures zero resonance.

Sporting a rugged but lightweight magnesium swivel/fold mechanism the headphones are robust, comfortable and compact to transport. Each ear-cup gives excellent insulation and swivels a full 90 degrees using a new i-hinge with auto-return, which presents great flexibility, especially for DJs who prefer the ‘on-shoulder’ method of monitoring. To improve monitoring, there is also a convenient STEREO/MONO switch. Finally, heat-sensitive, low-rebound urethane-foam (memory-foam) padding with a comfortable protein leather* surface cushions the ears and head for a no-fatigue fit. The HDJ-2000s are not only the perfect partner for our Pioneer DJM mixers but even feature a stylish aluminium outer finish to match the play/cue buttons on our Pioneer CDJ players.

HDJ-2000

Experience the next level of DJ headphones with our Pioneer HDJ-2000s – professional headphones for precision performers!

* Protein leather: Synthetic leather developed jointly by Idemitsu Technofine Co. Ltd. and Komatsu Seiren Co. Ltd.

Features at a glance:

  • High-fidelity sound and DJ optimised frequency response (e.g. clear hi-hat and kick drum separation)
  • Flexible lightweight magnesium swivel/fold design, great to wear and transport
  • Robust, heavy-duty build delivers reliability during extended use
  • Memory-foam padding with comfortable protein leather surface
  • Removable mini XLR connector allows the cord to be replaced
  • Convenient STEREO/MONO switch for easy monitoring
  • Precision matched sound for Pioneer’s DJM mixers
  • Radically unique style and approach to DJ headphones

Specifications:

Type Fully enclosed dynamic headphones
Frequency response 5 Hz to 30,000 Hz
Impedance 36 Ohm
Sensitivity 107 dB
Maximum power input 3,500 mW
Driver units Ø 50 mm dome type
Cord 1.2-m-long one-side connection coiled type (extended length 3 m)
Plug Ø 3.5 mm 3P mini-plug (gold-plated, threaded type)
Weight 290 g (without cord)
Accessories Carrying pouch, Ø 6.3 mm 3P plug adaptor (gold-plated, threaded type)

Price and availability The HDJ-2000s are available from our Pioneer distribution network. You can find more details at www.pioneerprodj.eu. The HDJ-2000s will be available from late 2008 with a suggested retail price of €229 (excluding VAT).

Related posts

WD announces world’s first 7200 rpm external drive

WD announces world’s first 7200 rpm external drive

In another first for the hard drive industry, Western Digital has announced the availability of the world’s first external hard drive that spins at 7200 rpm. The drives have been designed by G-Technology, a company owned by Western Digital and this is the reason they will be known as G-Drive...

Samsung debuts new mSATA SSD drives

Samsung Electronics has launched a new mSATA SSD drive that belongs to the PM830 family. The novelty comes with a weight of just 8 grams and is available in capacities of 256, 128 and 64 GB. These drives are designed to be used as primary ones, but there’s also a 32 GB model that is to be...

Intel Core i7 Hands-On Preview

Intel has been unchallenged on the desktop and laptop front since launching the Core architecture in 2006. The Core architecture trounced AMD at the high-end, forcing the Phenom manufacturer to fight back with aggressive value pricing. For the better part of two years, AMD has struggled to...

Leave a comment