Pioneer unveils black chrome version of its high-end HDJ-2000 headphones
By Daniel Hunter
Pioneer have unveiled a black chrome version of its high-end HDJ-2000 headphones.
Pioneer’s flagship headphones, the HDJ-2000s, have long been favourites among those who demand both style and sound quality.
And now DJs and producers have even more choice as Pioneer launches a black chrome model — for headphones that are as easy on the eye as they are on the ear.
Joining Pioneer’s ranks alongside the original silver HDJ-2000s, the sleek black HJD-2000-Ks allow DJs to match their headphones to their equipment, their studio, their favourite club, or even their clothing.
Plus, the matching HDJ-HC01 carrying case, designed exclusively for the HDJ-2000 range,means that the headphones are every bit as portable as they are stylish.
The HDJ-2000-K headphones and the HDJ-HC01 carrying case, which is sold separately, will be available from March 2012 at a SRP of 269 GBP/320 EUR and 21.99 GBP/35 EUR respectively.
1.) Stylish black chrome design: Made from solid magnesium alloy with a glossy black chrome finish, the sleek HDJ-2000-Ks complement Pioneer’s industry-standard DJ equipment and look good in every environment.
2.) Outstanding resolution and sound quality: Superb clarity with clear separation of sound is guaranteed with the HDJ-2000-Ks’ high-fidelity frequency response of 5 Hz to 30,000 Hz, regardless of background noise. Distortion is eliminated completely - even at sustained high volumes - thanks to the robust construction of the headphones and the capacity for 3,500 mW of input.
The HDJ-2000-Ks’ 50 mm driver units and high-flux magnets create outstanding resolution, while a 38 μm-thick diaphragm delivers plenty of bass. A voice coil rolled at the optimum width and frequency, meanwhile, produces excellent balance from bass to treble. Plus, the ear pads’ damper and airtight stitching deliver excellent sound insulation.
3.) Comfortable to wear, enabling long DJ play: The HDJ-2000-Ks’ rugged but lightweight material and DJ-friendly swivel/fold design make them... continued on page two >