Pioneer HDJ-X10 DJ Headphones
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|Pioneer HDJ-X10 DJ Headphones|
They come in a compact, zippered canvas carrying case with two detachable cables made using 4-core twisted-structure wire, said to improve stereo channel separation. Both the 1.2-m coiled and 1.6-m straight cables have custom mini-XLR connectors that lock securely in place in the left ear cup.
The HDJ-X10s have a frequency response of 5Hz to 40kHz from their 32-ohm, 50-mm drivers. With 106dB sensitivity and max 3.5watts input power handling, I found them to have excellent and "tight" sounding bass due to their bass reflex chamber design.
I big issue for live DJs as well as in the recording studio, is how well headphones fit and seal on your noggin! I can report that my pair of HDJ-X10s not only seal out external sounds well, but also are very comfortable to wear during long studio sessions. I thought they sealed better on my head compared to the Sennheiser HD 280 Pro headphones and I liked that the circumaural cups are not too big. They are stylish and just the right diameter to cover my ears.
The HDJ-X10s were a little louder and more flattering of the sound than most other headphones in my collection. They are more open in the "top and bottom"--just a nicer, overall listening experience. The HDJ-X10's ear cups swivel almost all the way around for one-ear listening and the spring-loaded auto-return swivel action is a nice feature.
With a two-year warranty and replacement parts available, the HDJ-X10 sells for $349 MSRP, the HDJ-X7 is $199, and the HDJ-X5 is $99.
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