AlphaTheta has recently announced the release of a brand-new model of lightweight professional on-ear DJ headphones. Specially engineered to deliver premier comfort and tight audio with a wide range for mixing and monitoring music in any environment, the HDJ-CX headphones from Pioneer DJ feature a high level of sound insulation and are designed to last.

The all-new headphones can be worn for several hours with artists hardly feeling the headphone’s presence. This supreme comfort level roots in the headphone’s new lightweight, ergonomic design. Every tiny design detail was considered, including a slimmer cable wiring to reduce weight, the coiled cable curl positioning sitting closer to the plug for greater balance, high flex in the sturdy, stainless steel headband and adjustable earcups.

Aside from comfort, the headphones outperform its weight with its range of sound production. Mids and highs are clear and precise while lows are robust and powerful with the new PEEK-PU-PEEK composite film diaphragm. Bass reflex chambers in the housings improve the low-frequency response and the sound insulators offer a higher level of audio insulation—enabling artists to hear every musical nuance.

In addition to passing demanding tests similar to other professional headphones in the Pioneer DJ range, the HDJ-CX headphone model also passes the US Military Standard MIL-STD-810H Shock Test—proving its durability and resilience against physical impact.

The HDJ-CX is available for purchase at a suggested retail price of $149 USD excl. tax.

More information: Pioneer DJ