Pioneer’s latest pair of DJ headphones, the HDJ-500 was specially made to deliver comfort as well as performance in a single device, and its leather-wrapped urethane pads certainly signal such intention. As for the main body of the HDJ-500 headphones itself, it is made out of magnesium alloy that is not only lightweight but strong as well, boasting a rotating arm design that enables one to twist the right earpiece backwards and forwards up to 60 degrees. With that kind of added flexibility, you can start spinning and mixing some really wicked tunes without being limited by hardware capability. The Pioneer HDJ-500 DJ headphones are tipped to go on sale from January 2011 onwards, where you can bring home a pair of these cans for approximately $125.
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