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Pioneer HRM-7 studio headphones built for sound and comfort

Dale Davies |
Pioneer Electronics USA Inc.'s Professional Sound and Visual Division introduced the HRM-7 studio headphones for home and private studio listening, providing maximum comfort.

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Pioneer developed a dual chamber bass reflex enclosure to enable the headphones to generate lower bass frequencies while still maintaining great control of the HD driver for increased audio accuracy. The sound isolating dual chamber (air chamber) prevents outside noise from affecting the enclosure, increasing bass response while the integrated ports enhance the efficiency of the driver.

The housing is reinforced by a 3-layer damping structure, suppressing vibrations and unwanted resonance, resulting in improved audio response.

The housing of the HRM-7 creates a large listening chamber to produce a wide sound field for better sound localization. Wrapped around the housings are full-sized hybrid memory foam ear pads, that feel extremely comfortable, even when worn for long periods of time. Furthermore, the memory foam ear pads are covered with soft velour that contours around the ears to help reduce exterior sounds entering the listening chamber.

The 3D ergonomic design further optimizes the angled fit of the ear pads around the head while the free adjust head cushion helps produce a snug fit across the entire head without creating uncomfortable force. There are also detachable 1.2 m curled and 3 m straight cables using Oxygen-Free Copper (OFC) litz wire, replacement velour ear pads, and gold plated 6.3 mm stereo plug adapter.

Plug these headphones in a decent amplifier and you'll get a very nice sound picture with no strain on your head.


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