Pioneer HDJ1000 Over-Ear


In keeping with their legacy of bringing high-end quality products to market, Pioneer has done it again with another release - new HDJ-1000 headphones. While primarily targeted towards the Professional DJ, these stunning headphones will appeal to all serious music consumers. Whether you are a DJ, Studio Musician, Sound Engineer or just an avid listener of music, the HDJ-1000 is the answer to all your headphone needs.

  • 3,000mW High power input for monitoring a high level of sound
  • Hermetically sealed body with high sound-insulating ability
  • Free-style single ear sound monitoring.
  • The housing can rest against the shoulders for stability and comfort
  • The selector allows to mix right and left channel signals for single ear sound monitoring.

User Reviews (1)

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Reticuli   AudioPhile [Jun 20, 2004]

Tight, resolved, undestorted sound. Top notch low end. Extended response that is transparent, neutral, and grain free enough to not offend my ears.


A bit too much bling bling look to it, but I've gotten use to it.

The Best DJ Headphone I've found so far. Yes it sounds closed, but it is a CLOSED headphone, so what do you expect? For mixing, it outdid the Sony V600 (of course), Sony V6/7506, Sony 7509, and Ixos MOS DJ1000 (dispite what Hi Tech Magazine said). It has a tight, resolved low end that none of the other headphones could touch. Only the Etymotic ER4S headphone and my biamped NHT speakers give better tightness in the low end. The mids are all there and the highs are, too. And this can play as loud or louder than any headphone, with zero alteration of the sound at high volumes. This is not an audiophile headphone, but it also doesn't offend my audiophile tastes. The ear cushions are not circumaural, but do a good job blocking out sound. Not the most comfortable, but I have watched movies with them before and they're not too bad. For DJing, though, I highly recommend unscrewing the size adjustment joints and supergluing the inards and screw holes so they don't slide around ever again. Careful you don't put the glue to low, don't want to spoil the 1000's pretty looks. I glued mine to the 4th notch. Eventually the screws will strip if you keep tightening them to prevent the headphone band from readjusting and getting too big as you spin. I then put a piece of scotch tape around the joint to reinforce this. You can't see it unless you get really close, and it actually looks like it's almost supposed to be like that. All the headphones I tried encountered the same slipping problem, but the Pioneer at least allowed me to fix it permanently. It's not like my head's going to grow. Reticuli; a.k.a. Ben Goulart

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