Pioneer SE-CL331 washable headphones

Pioneer has introduced a new sport friendly in-ear headphones, which can be washed with your t-shirts and smelly socks after every sports session without damaging them. The SE-CL331 water resistant ear buds feature IPX7 International Protection Rating and can be immersed in water up to 1 meter, thanks to a filter consisting of a two layer mesh and rubber ring, plus a stainless steel plate combined with a solid inner base.

The headphones are fitted with 9mm drivers with frequency range of 10 Hz to 20 kHz and an impedance of 16 Ω and also feature an round shaped ear holder that seals your ear tightly to increase stability. They come with four sizes of  ergonomic tips for comfortable and secure fit, a gold-plated 3.5 mm stereo mini-plug,a silver-plated OFC Y-type cord to avoid cable interference and a handy carrying pouch for easy transport.

Pioneer SE-CL331 in-ear headphones

The SE-CL331 water resistant headphones are available in white, bright blue and pink and will be available in May.

SE-CL331 in-ear headphones


Source: Pioneer

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