Pioneer launches new on-ear headband headphones, the SE-MJ591 audiophile headphone for critical listening headphone. Both models are lightweight and foldable and come with a carrying case for on-the-go convenience.
Designed for highly accurate sound reproduction across the entire spectrum, the Pioneer SE-MJ591 is equipped with new 40mm drivers, high-quality construction with metal components, and ultra-soft ear pads and headband for the listening comfort. According to Pioneer, the SE-MJ591 is intended to match the sound quality of high-end audio systems. It is priced at $299 and will be released in April.[Press Release]
Slim and compact designed, the newly released Pioneer SE-MJ541 Headphones is also available up to four colors to choose including Gold, Black, White, and Red. The SE-MJ541 is great choice for customers those who want to outdoor entertainment or on traveling.
The Pioneer SE-MJ541 Headphones is easy to use for your ears that thanks to its Low-resistance urethane leather ear pads. Features a 9Hz~30,000Hz frequency response, 105dB/mW sensitivity, support for maximum input at 1,200mW and up to 1.2m of cable length for easy to connect to media player devices. $105.40 reasonable price.
Pioneer Computers Australia is bringing you their newest all-in-one desktop PC, the DreamVision A23.
Powered by a 3.3GHz Intel Core i5-2500 quad-core processor, this space-saving machine is equipped with a 23-inch 1920 x 1080 Full HD display, an integrated Intel HD graphics, an Intel H61 chipset, up to 8GB RAM, up to 1TB hard drive, a DVD Super Multi drive, a 3-in-1 card reader, a 1.3MP webcam, TV tuner (optional), WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, built-in 2x 5W speakers and runs on Windows 7 OS. Price starts at $1,299.
Two new 3D Blu-ray players introduced by Pioneer are the BDP-52FD and BDP-53FD that support 3D Blu-ray playback and network capability. Designed to be fully compatible with 3D Blu-ray movies, both BDP-52FD and BDP-53FD are designed with PQLS Bit-Stream Multi-Channel for minimum jitter playback when used with a Pioneer PQLS AV receiver via HDMI 1.4a that supports x.v Color, Deep Color and 3D.
Both BDP-52FD and BDP-53FD supports 1920x1080p Full HD at 24 fps, and capable to playback DivX Plus HD (H.264/MKV) and DivX videos up to 1080p HD, besides also support 3D Blu-ray, CD, SACD and DVD.
The BDP-53FD is also equipped with Marvell QDEO Video Processor coupled with 2x HDMI ports and has an armored chassis while BDP-52FD offers an RS-232 port useful for custom installation access and control.
Other features including the new Sound Retriever Link, Stream Smoother Link, online streaming functionality to enjoy Netflix, Pandora and YouTube. Supported audio formats including DTS-HD Master Audio, Super Audio CD and Dolby TrueHD. Both Pioneer Elite BDP-52FD and BDP-53FD could be controlled via the free iControlAV2 app.
Pioneer has announced a new line of consumer audio gear that is aimed at the dance community called Steez.The line of gear is aimed at the user that likes to have dance battles.Yeah I am serious.There are several products in the new line and they can all be used with a free PC software app that lets the user change the music tempo, set choreographed cue points, create smart playlists, and more.
The STZ-D10S-L“Solo” is a compact device in light blue colors for the individual user. It supports MP3, WMA, AAC, and LPCM formats. It has 4GB of internal memory, a 2.4-inch QVGA screen, a dock for the iPod or iPhone, and dual 40mm drivers with 5W of power. It runs on six AA batteries and sells for $299 starting in November. The next model is the STZ-D10T-G “Duo”.
The Duo has a sealed and ruggedized design with an iPod and iPhone dock, it supports the same audio formats and has 4GB of internal memory. It also rocks a 2.4-inch LCD and dual 40mm drivers and will sell for $349. The largest of the new audio devices is the STZ-D10Z-R “Crew”. This device has a 3.5-inch screen dual 25mm tweeters, and dual 75mm woofers. It has a total of 40W power and 4GB of internal storage. It will ship in November for $499.
Pioneer have today announced the launch of their new STEEZ range of portable music dance systems, which have been designed to help dancers practice and perfecting techniques.There are three models in the new STEEZ range the Solo, Duo and Crew which are equipped with essential dance features including temporal control, 8 beat skip, dance cue and an auto DJ mode.
You have a choice of three models to express yourself in front of: the STZ-D10S-L “Solo”($299), STZ-D10T-G “Duo” ($349) and STZ-D10Z-R “Crew” ($499). Each model comes with the company’s own special software which keeps your beats in time, lets you set cue points, change tempo along with many more booty shaking functions. Best of all is the special Battle Mode which plays your chosen sequence of tracks and lets you know when the next dancer, or robot, is up. These ghetto-blasters for the Tecktonik generation won’t hit the shelves until next month, but feel free to tap your toes and read the PR below while you wait.
Pioneer announced in the UK the new DDJ-ERGO-V, a unique, design-led DJ controller. The new device features 115mm jog wheels and plentiful dedicated knobs and buttons for all your favorite functions, including four-deck mixing, filters, sample decks and loop recording.
The DDJ-ERGO-V includes the new Pulse Control that uses light to five a visual representation of pitch, beat, effects and which decks are in use. There are built-in LEDs to enhance your mixing precision and “add a new dimension to the art of DJing”. The controller has an eye-catching design featuring a black top panel and black and silver half-tone Jog Wheel, round edges and white side panel. It uses USB port and comes with Atomix Productions’ Virtual DJ Limited Edition with Pionner’s GUI.
The Pioneer DDJ-ERGO-V provides line-in and mic input and has built-in audio interface. It is priced at GBP429.
Pioneer introduces the new DJM-250 2-channel entry-level DK mixer that make it easy for consumers to create their own music mix. Designed for the beginner DJ, the compact DJM-250 features industry-first 2-channel filter effects, eight different inputs and XLR balanced outputs.
The DJM0-250 features the Sound Color Filter function. By simply turning the integrated large knob, filter effects can be adjusted enabling dynamic and intuitive song arranging. Different colors and blinking lights on the knob visually indicate the filter mode of the mixer. It offers eight different inputs including four DJ multi-player and analog turntable inputs, three auxiliary (AUX) inputs, and one microphone (MIC) input; and has XLR Balanced outputs that minimize degradation of audio signals.
The Pioneer DJM-250 is compatible with 48 kHz/24-bit full digital processing for sound quality. Each channel equipped with a 3-band isolator type equalizer to allow a wide level of control. You can also find Fader Start Play function, Peak level meter, and Cross Faer Curve Adjust function. There are rack mount ears for installation into a DJ table or DJ rack.
Available in black and white, the Pioneer DJM-250 will be available latter this year/early next year for $399.
Pioneer has recently unveiled the STEEZ headphones that provide suitable sound quality for dance music.Available in black and white models, these headphones adopt a couple of large 40mm diameter speaker units and lightweight voice coils.
These headphones are compatible with different monitoring styles thanks to a Housing Reversal Mechanism and Swivel Mechanism. The STEEZ can also be folded small for storage. Sadly, there is no info on pricing or availability so far.
Pioneer launches its flagship Elite series SC-57 and SC-55 A/V receiver designed to deliver the audio performance necessary for Blu-ray Disc and other high fidelity audio formats. They both are equipped with the company’s new Class D3 digital amplifier that can deliver Pioneer’s highest-ever continuous power simultaneously to all dedicated channels with extremely high efficiency, significantly less heat production and ultra-low distortion.
Both SC receivers enable users to configure their home theater in multiple customized configurations. The 9.1-channel SC-57 provides 10 different configurations while the 9.1-channel SC-55 offers up to seven. They support Apple’s AirPlay, DLNA 1.5 and Bluetooth for wireless media streaming. The Elite receivers both sport Marvell Qdeo video processors, Advanced Video Adjust technology automatically optimizes video signals by the type of display (selected manually) connected to the receivers, and Stream Smoother.
The Elite SC-57 offers 149W x 9 output and the SC-55 has 140W x 9 power output. They have Ethernet LAN port for internet connectivity and USB port for direct music playback from USB drives. Pioneer’s SC-57 and SC-55 are priced at $2000 and $1600, respectively.