Pioneer introduce the ultimate Canal Headphones
There are two types of iPod owners, those that buy expensive iPods and use the cheapest headphones, or those that buy expensive iPods and headphones with a quality to match.
When it comes to sound quality, Pioneer are one of the best. And if a company like that decides to create the best Canal headphones they can, one can’t help but to feel a bit excited. They announced two models with the same specifications but with different materials that…
produce 105dB with a maximum output of 100mW, an impedance of 32?, and work on a bandwidth of 20Hz to 20kHz. The only difference between the two of them is the material used to make them: aluminum for the CLX9, and simple metal for the CLX7.
My mother’s cat was recently kind enough to ruin my two Sennheiser’s on the same night, so now I’m back in the market for new quality headphones. If I happen to come across these, I’m quite certain that I’ll take them home with me.