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Pioneer Unveils the HDJ-1500 Professional Headphones

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  1. btarunr

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    Pioneer unveiled the HDJ-1500 line of headphones for music artists and production professionals. These cans offer high fidelity, high output levels, low impedance, and a soundproof cushion that handles passive noise dampening. Its drivers are built with copper-clad aluminum coils, which work to offer deep bass. It has a very wide frequency range, of 5 Hz to 30,000 Hz, 32Ω impedance, and 108 dB SNR. It will be priced around US $210, and available in two cosmetic variants (pictured below).

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    Source: Akihabara News
     
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    Those cups look too small for the whole ear.. Probably designed for small japanese ears. I can imagine it hurt after a few minutes now.
     
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    "Noise damping" surely? :)
     
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    FYI, the Japanese, and most East Asian people have bigger heads and ears than Caucasians/African people. ;)
     
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    I have been mixing hard trance for about 6 years, and can vouch for Pioneer headphones.
    These will be very nice, Seriously though the HDJ 2000's are fukn epic, so naturally these should be great.
     

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