If you are an Audiophile and you are ready to spend to satisfy your ears and adapt to new wave of technology, we have a good news for you. Beats dominion may soon be over (we think) as a Japanese firm unleashed a new head can, a magnificent yet beastly headphones that further pushes the in-ear world of music further. We present you (drum-roll), the Pioneer SE-Master1.
The headphones are specially crafted and hand-made, layered on the outside with Duralumin, Leather, and Aluminium. It is capable of rendering high-res audio from as low as 5Hz to 85KHz with a sensitivity of 94dB, all fired-up by an input power of 1,500mW. This consists of dual 50mm aluminium drive units, treated on the surface with Parker Ceramic Coating (PPC) to increase their efficiency.
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Each Pioneer SE-Master1 headphones are engraved with a unique serial number that is traceable, letting an user recognize his own pair incase there was a miss up, more like an identity. They might look gigantic to your eye but don’t let that quench that passion as they are lightweighted more than you think.
Now we’ve come to the best part. As to its pricing, you’ll need to have atleast £1,700 ($2,600 USD, #518,000 NGN) to lay your hands on one of this techie headphones. Pricy? Nah, read the first paragraph.*NEW UPDATE
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