Pioneer HDJ-500T-K DJ Headphones Support Hands Free Calls

Posted: Apr 28 2011, 9:39am CDT | by , in News | Home Entertainment

Pioneer HDJ-500T-K DJ Headphones Support Hands Free Calls
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DJ headphones that work with a smartphone too

Pioneer is a big player in the world of gear for DJs. The company has a bunch of turntable and headphones that the pro DJ and aspiring DJ can use for performances or just plain fun. The company has a new set of headphones available that are called the HDJ-500T-K. These headphones are aimed at the entry-level user.

They sell for $145 and have a coiled cable that won't get in the way or catch on things during use. The coiled cord is removable and it can be replaced with a straight cord that has a mic and controls for making and receiving phone calls with a smartphone. The coiled cord is 1.2M coiled and 3M stretched. The straight cord with the mic is 1 meter long.

“Consumers are always looking for accessories that can do more than just one thing. With the new HDJ-500T-K you can go from using it at a gig, to enjoying music from a smartphone, to taking a call, all with the same device. A quick push of the answer button on the straight cord enables a phone conversation, and as soon as that ends you’re back to listening to music, all with high quality sound,” said David Arevalo, senior marketing manager, Professional Sound and Visual Division for Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc.

The headphones have great low and mid range sound and use 40mm drivers with 19mm diaphragms and a copper clad wire. The ear cups are large over the ear style and they are padded for compact. The frequency range is 5Hz to 28,000Hz. The HDJ-500T-K headphones will land in May.

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