Product Description for the Pioneer HDJ-2000MK2-S + Mogami Headphone Extension Cable
1 x Pioneer HDJ-2000MK2-S
1 x Mogami GOLD EXT-10 - Headphone extension cable
Unmatched Sound Quality The exceptional audio quality produced by the HDJ-2000MK2 comes from using large 50 mm drivers that can clearly and efficiently reproduce a wide spectrum of frequencies. The large drivers, combined with copper-clad aluminum wire (CCAW) voice coils, rare-earth magnets and 38μm-thick diaphragms, generate sounds with great accuracy and control with increased output in the lower bass region. With the HDJ-2000MK2 users can easily distinguish between vocals and instruments such as kick and snare drums making beat matching easy and effortless even in noisy environments
Sound Isolation Design The HDJ-2000MK2 is designed with Pioneer’s innovative sound-isolation chamber as part of its bass reflex port that isolates low and mid frequencies in the 300 Hz to 1,600 Hz by as much as 7 decibels from the previous Pioneer model, resulting in more defined mid bass/mid range response.
Refined New Looks Much like its predecessor, the new HDJ-2000MK2 offers cosmetics that define Pioneer’s high quality and performance with a sleek yet simple design. The model incorporates large ultra-comfortable low-resilience urethane memory foam ear pads that creates a tight seal around the ears and significantly reduces external sounds. The urethane memory pads are finished in long-lasting protein leather for great feel and extended comfort. The HDJ-2000MK2 features a flexible headband and hinges made of strong yet lightweight magnesium alloy to withstand the rigors of extended professional use. Each earpiece swivels up to 90 degrees and can be flipped around 180 degrees for one ear listening. In addition, the headphones features a quick connect single-sided cable for ease of use and convenience.
Mogami GOLD EXT-10 - Headphone extension cable
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