Pioneer HRM-5 studio monitor headphones have been built specifically for all stages of the music production process. Their design ensures a pristine sound and comfortable fit during recording and mixing. The HRM-5 delivers a powerful sound across frequencies up to 30kHz, and has a maximum input of 1,600 mW.Studio Sound QualityThe 40 mm driver ... Click To Read More About This Product
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Pioneer HRM-5 studio monitor headphones have been built specifically for all stages of the music production process. Their design ensures a pristine sound and comfortable fit during recording and mixing. The HRM-5 delivers a powerful sound across frequencies up to 30kHz, and has a maximum input of 1,600 mW.
Studio Sound Quality
The 40 mm driver units faithfully reproduce frequencies of up to 30 kHz, so you can hear every detail of your tracks. Plus with a maximum input of 1,700 mW distortion is reduced to a minimum even at high volumes. Bass reflex chambers in the housings improve airflow to deliver an excellent bass response and sound insulation, while a large rare-earth magnet ensures clean low to mid frequencies.
The soft leather ear pads with memory foam provide a snug and comfortable fit during long studio sessions. The freely adjustable headband and swivel mechanism let you find the best size and angle to suit your needs.
Compact and Portable
Their foldable design makes these headphones easily transportable and you can use the compact carry case to keep them safe wherever you go.
The HRM-5s come with a 1.2 m coiled cable (3 m when extended) and a 3 m straight cable both providing an optimal performance during recording and mixing.
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Comments about Pioneer HRM-5 Studio Monitor Headphones:
I received these headphones as a Christmas gift, and for about 4 months, they did their job very well. Sound is great, and the bass is punchy, but not overpowering. Four months in, however, the cracks started to show. Literally.
The right frame of my pair, the part that secures the earcup to the headband, is cracked in multiple sections, and with every movement, they begin to open wider.
Even worse, the input jack on the headphones has completely died, and no sound comes in through the headphones, even after locking each cable in securely.
Overall, the HRM-5s were a very good pair of headphones, and I do recommend them, but please understand these are not built to last.
If you aren't necessarily the best at keeping your headphones working for long periods of time, get cords snagged across things all too frequently, or are rough with your headphones, I highly suggest you look elsewhere. A little extra cash can go a long way.