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Pioneer HDJ-C70

DJ headphone from Pioneer belonging to the HDJ series.

Pioneer will launch in October the new HDJ-C70 closed-back headphones for professional DJs.

The HDJ-C70 benefits from the latest innovations developed by Pioneer, including new 40mm aperture drivers with neodymium magnets and CCAW aluminum and brass voice coils. Also new is a patent-pending sound isolating “air chamber” on the bass reflex port that eliminates background noise. This innovation is inherited from the HDJ-1500.

The HDJ-C70 headphones feature a lightweight and flexible polyamid resin headband and earcups designed to rotate up to 90° in each direction as well as vertically along the slider arms, with urethane memory-foam ear pads.

 

Specifications:

  • Closed-back dynamic headphones
  • 40mm neodymium drivers
  • Frequency response: 7Hz - 32kHz
  • Impedance: 40 Ohms
  • Output SPL: 100dB SPL / 120dB SPL max
  • Max input level: 2000mW
  • 1.6m cable, 1m curled cable (3m when extended), with 1/8” connector
  • Included 1/4” screwable jack adapter
  • Included screwdriver for cord replacement

The Pioneer HDJ-C70 will be available in October for the suggested retail price of 179€ incl. taxes. Visit www.pioneerdjusa.com for more details.

 

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