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Hercules HDP DJ-Pro M1001

Hercules announced its latest creations: a line of headphones designed for DJs.

The HDP DJ-Pro M1001 headphones feature a continuous arc from one earpiece to the other, avoiding pressure on the user’s head. The headphones have been designed with both larger and smaller head sizes in mind. Their ear-cups feature the same relief found on the jog wheels of Hercules’ range of DJ controllers. The headphones’ black color is emphasized by blue stripes.

 

Designed for previewing tracks, the HDP DJ-Pro M1001 headphones allow DJs to analyze sounds, thanks to their 5 Hz to 30 kHz frequency range.

 

The headphone drivers are 50 mm in diameter. Their impedance is  32 ohms and their sensitivity is 107dB at 1mW.

 

The ear components pivot along 3 axes of rotation: each ear-cup swivels vertically about its hinge by 180°, while the hinge swivels 90° horizontally and toward the inside of the headphones by 120°, providing great flexibility for DJs carrying out one-ear monitoring.

 

This mechanism also allows for the headphones to be folded and transported in their carry bag. Their cable, which measures 3 m in length when extended, can be connected to the left ear-cup for right-handed DJs, or to the right ear-cup for left-handed users.

 

Pricing & Availability

The Hercules HDP DJ Pro M1001 headphones will be available from late November 2011, at a suggested retail price of £129.99 (VAT included).

The HDP DJ-Adv G501 model is distinguished by its black lacquer finish and green highlighting elements. Its pivoting ear components (with 3 axes of rotation) let the wearer preview tracks with one ear.

 

It has impedance of 32 ohms and sensitivity of 102dB at 1mW, 50 mm diameter drivers and a 10 Hz to 25 kHz frequency range.

 

Pricing & Availability

The HDP DJ Adv-G501 headphones will be available from late November 2011, at a suggested retail price of £89.99 (VAT included).

 

Hercules has created a third model: HDP DJ M40.1. It features two axes of rotation for ear components (ear-cup 180° vertical rotation and 120° hinge rotation toward the inside).

 

Their sensitivity is 95dB at 1mW and their drivers have a 50 mm diameter.

 

Pricing & Availability

They will be available from late November 2011, at a suggested retail price of £26.99 (VAT included).

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