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Pioneer HDJ-500T

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Pioneer releases the HDJ-500T with included microphone cord; a new model of the HDJ-500 series designed for home DJing.



  • Hands-free talking, even while listening to music on a mobile phone

In addition to the coil cord, a 1.2-m straight cord with microphone and phone button is also included. Push the phone button to answer the phone and start a hands-free call, even when listening to music on your mobile phone. (The straight cord cannot be connected to the ø6.3 mm 3P plug adapter)


  • Designed to reproduce Low-Mid Range sounds, such as Kick and Snare Drums

The HDJ-500T utilizes a newly developed 40 mm diameter driver unit, and has a narrowed the ear pad opening. It has a thick diaphragm (19 micrometers) and a copper clad aluminum wire (CCAW) voice coil.


  • Compatible with various DJ monitoring styles

The HDJ-500s allow for various DJ monitoring styles by employing a rotating arm structure. This gives approx 60 degrees movement on the right headphone combined with a flexible headband designed to maintain side pressure for single ear monitoring.


  • Interchangeable Side-Mount Cord

An interchangeable cord plugs into one side of the headphones. The headphones come with a 1.2 m coiled cord (extends to about 3m) and a 1m straight cord, which can be used for different purposes and scenes.


  • Type: Fully enclosed dynamic headphones
  • Frequency response: 5 Hz-28,000 Hz
  • Impedance: 45
  • Maximum power input: 2000 mW
  • Sensitivity: 105 dB
  • Driver Units: 40 mm dia. dome type
  • Plug: 3.5 mm dia. 3P mini-plug (gold-plated, screw-in) for side mount coil cord
  • 3.5 mm dia. 3P mini-plug (gold-plated) for straight cord
  • Weight: 195 g (not incl. cord)
  • Included: 6.3 mm dia. 3P plug adapter (gold-plated, screw-in)
  • Cord: 1.2 m side mount coil cord (extended 3 m)
  • 1 m straight cord with microphone


Visit Pioneer for more info.

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