For the last 2 years, Pioneer has upgraded and brought new gear to their headphone lines in the form of the HDJ-2000 MK2, the HDJ-C70 and the HRM-7.
As an experienced DJ company, Pioneer understands that even though they aim to build very robust headphones, time passes and some of the materials will take a beating as that is what DJ's do their gear.
That is why they are introducing replacements parts for the three headphones mentioned above.
For the 2000MK2, you can replace the ear pads, and the cables between a straight or coiled. If you like over the ear cups, this will be the better option for you. But if you prefer something a little more portable and on the ear, then the C70 will be more of your thing.
For the C70, you you can get the same options as the MK2, but additionally, you can replace the headband. As the more modular headphone, Pioneer sought to make these headphones a very good investment. What I mean buy that is you can replace a lot on these if god forbid they need to so, you don't have to think of looking for a whole new headphones.
For the HRM7, you get the choice of velour or leather ear pads. As the monitor headphone of the bunch, the velour pads might be more comfortable to some people versus leather for the long listening sessions.
Below, you can check out the official press release and the price of the replacements parts and be sure to watch our full video review of the
to see if they are a good fit for your needs!