Pioneer’s HDJ-1000 DJ Headphones available in Limited Edition

Pioneer comes out with new offer, which  “will not only catch your eye, but also please your ears”, the new limited edition HDJ-1000 professional DJ headphones, offering  more comfortable fit, better low frequency reproduction and are available in black and gold version for $209.

Pioneer claims that were tuned the drivers to deliver more impact in the lower bass frequencies of music. The mono/stereo selector circuit was modified too, to obtain clearer playback, especially in the midrange frequencies.

Pioneer HDJ-1000-G DJ Limited Edition HeadphonesThe HDJ-1000 use low rebound urethane for the ear pads, features fold-away structure design, a swivel mechanism with 90-degree housing rotation, a convenient mono/stereo switch for single-ear use and comes convenient carrying pouch.

Pioneer HDJ-1000-G DJ Limited Edition Headphones

The gold HDJ-1000-G and the black HDJ-1000-K will be available in December 2010 at a manufacturer suggested retail price of $209.

Specifications:

Type: Fully enclosed dynamic stereo headphones

Frequency range: 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 (gold-plated, screw in)

Weight: 9.52 oz. (excluding cord)

Included accessories: 6.3mm 3P plug adapter (gold-plated, screw-type), carrying pouch

Connection cord: 1.2m side mount coil cord (extended 3m)

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