Pioneer SE-DJ5000  Stereo DJ Headphone

Submitted by Lead  Flag on 14-04-2003 @ 18:24
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The SE-DJ5000 is ideal for high -volume monitoring, with high sensitivity and high power input handling capabilities. The well-insulated and tightly closed structure captures delicate sounds and ensures dynamic reproduction.

The SE-DJ5000 has a push in shoulder pad to make single-ear monitoring easy, leaving both your hands free to get on with the job. Because of the height of the shoulderpad it's very easy to push it to your ears with your shoulder. The earpad is replaceable when it's used for a long time it might get dirty or lost.


Pioneer SE-DJ5000 product image



Specifications
Product Type
Ø 50 mm dome, dynamic
Frequency Range
20 ~ 20.000 Hz
Impedance
55 Ohm
Maximum Input
3.000 mW
Sensitivity
105 dB/mW
Connection Cord
2.5m curled cord with belt clip
Weight
270g (excluding cord)
Plug
6.3 mm 3P plug





Housing Rotation/Reverse Rotation Mechanism and Foldable Design
The housing is capable of both rotation and reverse rotation, for one-ear monitoring. It can be folded too, for easy carrying and storage.

Curl-wire with clip
The wire that connects the headphones to your mixer is almost 3 meters long in full-stretched length. The first 2 meters are curled so this will prevent you from struggling or stepping on your cable. The inclulded clip comes in very handy when you hook this clip to your pants. When walking away from your mixer to grab the next CD or record it prevents you from being pulled to the mixer by the curl-wire. The force now comes to the clip that's hooked up with your pants and not to your neck, where the SJ-DJ5000 is. Also when your ready with your set and want to walk away to the toilet or exit you can use the clip to put in the plug of the SE-DJ5000 so you prevent your cable from being pulled out or getting messed up.

Stereo / Mono Switch
On the side of the left earpad the SE-DJ5000 has a mono/stereo switch. This feature comes in handy when you're playing music that has (for example) a melody panning from left to right. It then is quit hard to listen to the real tempo of the track. When you put the Stereo/Mono switch to the MONO position, you will hear the same signal in the left adn the right side and can set the tempo more accurate.

What do you think about Pioneer SE-DJ5000 ??

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There are 6 Comments

  Flag the-melody wrote on 26-12-2005 @ 15:49
Lijkt op de stanton dj pro 200s vind ik met dat schouderstuentje
  Flag Lead wrote on 25-07-2006 @ 00:06
hehehe, welke was er eerst denk je Winking my eye
  Flag the-melody wrote on 30-11-2006 @ 15:12
euh............................................................ De................. Pioneer?:D
  Flag jelle89 wrote on 12-11-2007 @ 14:15
got it and i love it:D
  Flag DrezZ wrote on 04-12-2007 @ 14:00
zeer lekkere headphone! i got ' em!
  Flag timmy90 wrote on 09-03-2009 @ 18:31
bangelijke koptelefoon!
gaat goed luid en echt een plezier om op u hoofd te hebbe
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