Pioneer DJ announce new HDJ-X headphones
New HDJ-X headphones bring even better sound and durability.
For over 15 years, Pioneer DJ headphones have been an iconic and essential piece of DJ’s toolkits around the world.
Pioneer DJ have released three new models, the HDJ-X5, HDJ-X7 and flagship HDJ-X10 headphones in both black and silver.
The first improvement here is build quality, the HDJ-X7 and HDJ-X10 have been tested to U.S military grade durability these are built to withstand the most rigorous use and to show how confident Pioneer are, these new headphones include a two year warranty. Even the HDJ-X5 has a flexible headband designed to withstand abuse.
The most noticeable change when you look at the new range is the swivel mechanism, almost like a large thumb screw. This gives the HDJ-X a more durable swivel without the worry of snapping if it goes too far.
Now on to the sound, the new HDJ-X range have improved drivers and enclosures to give more bass and clearer tops. The HDJ-X10 can even reproduce 96 Khz / 24bit audio when used with the DJM-900 NXS2 mixer.
All the HDJ-X models have replaceable parts such as ear pads and cables. The HDJ-X7 and HDJ-X10 include a 1.2m coiled cable and 1.6m straight cable, the HDJ-X5 includes a 1.2m coiled cable. The HDJ-X5 and HDJ-X7 include a carry pouch and the the HDJ-X10 includes a tough case.
All three models are available in black and silver and will ship around late September / early October.