New over-ear headphone models provide powerful bass
Enjoy the club experience on the go with Pioneer's new headphones.
14 February 2012
We introduce two new over-ear headphones that faithfully reproduce the heavy bass of club sound, while displaying attention-grabbing outer designs. The dichromatic and boldly designed SE-MJ721 and SE-MJ751 'Basshead' headphones are aimed at club-going beat junkies who are looking to make a statement in the club scene and beyond.
With their matte headband and two-toned exterior, the SE-MJ721 over-ear headphones are aimed at hip youngsters. They are designed to provide optimum performance with club beats, delivering a balanced and powerful listening experience, no matter how hard and heavy the music.
They incorporate large 40 mm drivers that deliver a playback frequency of 6 Hz to 28 kHz with an output level of 104 dB.
A gold-plated 3.5 mm stereo mini-plug ensures excellent electrical contact and outstanding audio transmission, whereas a 1.2 m one-sided earphone cord reduces cord tangling.
They come in four colour variations: black, white, red/black and brown/white, all with red details on the inside.
The SE-MJ751 over-ear headphones deliver well-balanced, powerful sound with good looks to match.
They come equipped with an attractive glossy headband with soft-fit cushion, metal finish sides and soft ear pads made from thick urethane.
The fashion-forward design houses two large 40 mm and 30 mm driver units that provide deep vibrant bass and crystal clarity. They can handle a wide frequency response of 8 Hz to 28 kHz.
With a rotary bass level control on the right ear cup, the wearer can conveniently decrease or increase the bass range to add some extra punch to his beats.
A 1.2 m long single-side cord can be detached to extend the life of the headphone and to facilitate storage.
The SE-MJ721 and SE-MJ751 headphones are available as from April 2012.