Pioneer DJ has designed a new range of DJ headphones to create the HDJ-X10, HDJ-X7 and HDJ-X5, offering brand-new headphone experiences to suit every DJ.
The new flagship HDJ-X10 headphones are designed for professional DJs to use at clubs and festivals. Their HD1 drivers produce high-resolution sound ranging from 5 Hz to 40 kHz and their ear pads and headband are protected from sweat and dirt by water repellent nano coating.
The HDJ-X7 headphones are based on their previous flagship model, the HDJ-2000MK2, and are equipped with newly developed drivers, while the HDJ-X5 headphones inherit high-quality audio design from the model above, giving you clean monitoring even at high volumes.
Watch the introduction video here!
Whichever way you prefer to wear your headphones, you can comfortably use any HDJ-X model for long periods of time thanks to the flexible swivel mechanism and housing that have been designed with input from professional DJs.
They’re built to be highly robust, too, with all models having cleared the US Military Standard MIL-STD-810G Shock test,2 as well as the stringent in-house durability tests.
KEY FEATURES OF THE HDJ-X MODEL HEADPHONES
50-mm HD driver
Detachable mini-XLR connector
Tough carry case included
All HDJ-X models:
High-quality audio design
Highly durable construction
Suitable for any monitoring style
Carry pouch included (HDJ-X7 and HDJ-X5)
Various accessories included
The new headphones will be available from early October at the following SRPs, including VAT: HDJ-X10: €339 HDJ-X7: €199 HDJ-X5: €99
For further information, head on over to the Pioneer DJ Headphones product page.
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