Pioner’s HDJ-500T headphones variant comes with in-line microphone

Do yo remember Pioner’s HDJ-500 heaphones? Now the company intros a new variant of them – the HDJ-500T which promises DJ-quality sound anywhere and comes with straight cord with microphone and phone button, allowing you to use them with your mobile phone for both, listening to music and to make a hands-free calls.

The new model features the same fully enclosed type design that emulates Pioner’s flagship HDJ-2000 model and offering 60-degree rotationof the the right cup, along with 40 mm dome type driver units, with 5 – 28,000 Hz frequency Response,  and Impedance of 45 Ohm, promising clear middle and low range for “more accurate drum kick and snare sound monitoring, essential for DJ mixing.” The headphones also offers an interchangeable cord plugs into one side of the headphones for full range DJ movement and come with a 1.2 m coiled cord (extends to about 3m) for DJing and mentioned 1m straight cord with built-in a microphone for on the go hands-free talking when listening to music on a mobile phone.

Pioneer HDJ-500T headphones


Pioneer HDJ-500T is available in black only and is expected to be available in May for $145.

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