Feel the club beat with Pioneer’s Superior Club Sound headphones
We’re pumped, especially our ears.
Building on the success of its recently launched fashionable (and some might say over-the-top) Superior Club Sound headphone range, Pioneer has revealed the un-decked out versions, appealing to those that prefer simplicity, classiness and sleek finishes.
But don’t be dismayed that the range isn’t going to rock your catwalk; the range's “Super Bass” feature should add a bounce in your step while rocking out to the latest tunes on the headphones.
Pioneer surely believes in spoiling us for choice. The range consists of two in-ear units (the SE-CX9 and SE-CX8), and two comfortable on-ear models (the SE-MX9 and SE-MX7).
You don’t have to be a DJ to own the SE-MX9. The headphone is equipped with two newly designed, high performance 50mm drivers – the same that you find on the HDJ-2000 high-end headphones DJs use to get the highest sound quality.
SE-MX7 – Advanced Bass Level Control on-ear headphones
SE-CX9 & SE-CX8 – In-ear BASS EXCITER headphones
The SE-MX7 has no less than four drivers for midrange and bass on both sides, for you to recreate the club sound experience just for your ears. For the heavy party animals, its Advanced Bass Level Control lets you tweak the bass on the fly – a handy tool for the likes of Avicii tunes.
The SE-CX9 and the SE-CX8 in-ear headphones are full of feels too, with the bass exciters housed at the back of the ear buds, vibrating perfectly in sync with the music.
You can pick up the SE-CX8 and SE-MX7 for S$299, while the SE-CX9 and the SE-MX9 costs S$399.
And because we love our readers, we're giving you a chance to put these headphones on and have a listen. Just drop by Funan DigitaLife Mall this weekend and check out Pioneer's clubber headphones and four of its designer Superior Club Sound headphones. Don't forget, you'll also get to meet our Cover Girl Search finalists too. Be there or be square.
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