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Pioneer has unveiled a new range of "high-end, Superior Club Sound" headphones, with dance music lovers being the target market. The new range comprises two over-ear models and two in-ear models.

 

The flagship over-ear model; the SE-MX9, features two, newly designed 50 mm drivers. Pioneer has also borrowed technology from its professional HDJ range. The company claims they offer "tantalising trebles and powerful bass".

 

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OMG- can u says "beats pro?" I knew you could. 

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The non-flagship model looks a lot like the STEEZ flagship model...  Has the same bass adjustment too... 

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the whites look amazingly sexy.... now the more important question: how do they sounddd?

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Review now up -

 

http://www.hifiheadphones.co.uk/reviews/pioneer-se-mx9/

 

Hifiheadphone Verdict

"These are one of those headphones I like more and more the longer I wear them - power combined with clarity makes everything sound fun and engaging without clutter or fuss. Build quality is great and the ear pads suit me as I can wear glasses or sunglasses without discomfort. Whether the average 17 year old can be convinced to forgo the fashion boost offered by that other brand remains to be seen, but if they had the chance to hear the different brands side by side these Pioneers would be the clear winner."

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I picked up a pair of these from Newegg on Black Friday.  $200.  I am very happy with the purchase, specially at that price point.  The design, materials, and workmanship is top notch on this set of cans.  I also love the fairly compact footprint for an "over the ear" set of cans.  The sound is very detailed but at the same time refined and smooth like butter.  The low end is not exaggerated and some bassheads will probably crave more from the low end but the low end is in fact fast, accurate and extends well to the lowest notes.  I'm mainly listening to Hi-Res Jazz (Hiromi, Four Play, Metheny) and some Hi-Res Rock (Steely Dan, Rush, Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac).  I would love to see a real professional audiophile take these for a review to see what they thought.  For me they are A+

 

Details:

SE-MX9 Black

DAC/AMP FiiO E07K

HTC android feeding DAC Hi-Res ALAC files via USB from "USB Audio Player Pro" music app

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I picked up a pair of these from Newegg on Black Friday.  $200.  I am very happy with the purchase, specially at that price point.  The design, materials, and workmanship is top notch on this set of cans.  I also love the fairly compact footprint for an "over the ear" set of cans.  The sound is very detailed but at the same time refined and smooth like butter.  The low end is not exaggerated and some bassheads will probably crave more from the low end but the low end is in fact fast, accurate and extends well to the lowest notes.  I'm mainly listening to Hi-Res Jazz (Hiromi, Four Play, Metheny) and some Hi-Res Rock (Steely Dan, Rush, Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac).  I would love to see a real professional audiophile take these for a review to see what they thought.  For me they are A+

 

Details:

SE-MX9 Black

DAC/AMP FiiO E07K

HTC android feeding DAC Hi-Res ALAC files via USB from "USB Audio Player Pro" music app

Our research indicates that Pioneer SE-MX9 3.5mm Connector Dynamic Stereo Headphones are $67 lower (31% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $217. - brisar

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?sdtid=7594054&SID=747aa9254d604d378dd18ac24c4cb270&AID=10440897&PID=1225267&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm_mmc=AFC-C8Junction-_-cables-_-na-_-na&Item=N82E16826621056&cm_sp=

 

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