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Pioneer HDJ-500
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Pioneer HDJ-500

DJ headphone from Pioneer belonging to the HDJ series.

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4kurtjoe 4kurtjoe

«  Excellent product »

Publié le 08/27/14 à 08:31
After 3 years of use, I am very satisfied with the product, worth the price in my opinion. I was using a headset Sennheisen before. On the Pioneer, the sound is slightly less well defined, but is much more powerful. And robustness of the product makes it particularly suited to the mix (either at home or in event) headphone, but less suitable for any other use, particularly because of the bow tight, and a definition of the quality of sound low volume, which while very good, is not the best on the market in my opinion.
In short, ideal for DJ!

I use this headset for mixing at home, and occasionally at events, and the sound quality is very satisfactory, even at high volume.
The arch is intentionally tight enough. It is not made for prolonged use (eg for listening to music on the go), but is ideal for mixing, where her outfit is very good. It has a hinge on one of the two atria, easier to hear in one ear.
Two cables are available; a law about 1m, and a "emerges", upgradeable to about 3m, very convenient to mix keeping some mobility.

The product features the robust deemed Pioneer. Both cables are interchangeable quickly and easily, and it comes with a 3.5mm / 6.35 gold plated screw adapter.
No trace of wear can be reported in 3 years of use.

The frequency response of the headphones is close to being linear, and it can be used for mastering. A high volume, bass are well defined, which is handy in the evening.
Sound insulation is not optimal, due to the size of the pads, which do not completely cover the ears. It is sufficient, however, and the volume is very generous. A related person can hear the music played through headphones if the environment is not too noisy.
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