HDJ-500 Headphones from Pioneer
Pioneer continues to make life better for the up and coming DJ with the release of their new entry-level headphones, the HDJ-500. The latest member of their ever-evolving series is the epitome of style and sleek design and for the first time is available in three distinct colours: red, black or white. Designed to be as usable for DJing as they are at home or on the go, the HDJ-500s are set to invigorate the headphone market.
Renowned for their great sound and durability, Pioneer headphones have always been a hit with DJs. The new HDJ-500 model fully utilises the research and technology of Pioneer's flagship model, the HDJ-2000, to offer both style and substance in a lightweight design.
The HDJ-500 is sound engineered to strongly reproduce the low and mid level frequencies needed for accurately monitoring dance music when DJing. It reproduces a rich low-range and increases the sound pressure by utilising Pioneers newly developed 40mm diameter driver unit and by narrowing the ear pad opening, giving you crystal clear sound, whatever your needs. With its rotating arm structure, the HDJ-500 is also completely adaptable to any DJing style. As it is capable of sliding 60 degrees to the right, with a flexible headband, it enables DJs to listen with just one ear leaving the other exposed to the monitor speakers and crowd reactions.
"The HDJ-500 takes all the quality and design of Pioneer's top end headphone technology and makes it accessible to a much wider market" enthused Jason Pook, Product Development Manager, Pioneer Europe.
The HDJ-500 emulates the design of Pioneer's professional DJ headphones but comes in three brand new colours. Added to that, the streamlined hanger enables you to distinguish the left and right sides of the headphones while at work in the booth. Away from the decks, if you want to listen to music on the go, the HDJ-500 also comes with an interchangeable short cord that plugs into the side of the headphones. This cord is 1m long whilst there is also a 3m-long cord to give you that much need space to move whilst DJing.