Beats by Dre Studio (2013)Pioneer HDJ-500
Top 44%756 points
Top 44%
Top 54%620 points
Top 54%
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Beats by Dre Studio (2013) vs Pioneer HDJ-500: 19 facts in comparison

1. highest frequency

The highest frequency at which device produces audio. The higher the high-frequency response, the clearer and crispier the treble.
20000Hz
Sony MDR-Z1R: 120000Hz
28000Hz

2. weight

67.3g lighter.
260g
Sony MDR-EX150AP: 3g
192.7g

3. impedance

Impedance is the device’s electrical resistance to the current being pushed through it. The lower the impedance, the easier it is to get higher volume and requires less power.
40Ohms
Flips Solo 2 Social: 4Ohms
45Ohms

4. no battery needed

This device works without batteries. It weighs less and you don't have to worry about recharging or replacing the battery.
Beats by Dre Studio (2013)
Pioneer HDJ-500
72% have it

5. has a detachable cable

With a detachable cable you can use alternative cables, and if the cable is pulled it will pop out instead of breaking.
Beats by Dre Studio (2013)
Pioneer HDJ-500
39% have it

6. can be folded

Folding devices are good for transporting as they take up less space in your bag.
Beats by Dre Studio (2013)
Pioneer HDJ-500
32% have it

7. has an in-line control panel

There is a control panel on the cable, so you can easily operate the device without having to interact with it.
Beats by Dre Studio (2013)
Pioneer HDJ-500
45% have it

8. can be used as a headset

A headset is one headphone or pair with a built-in microphone. Headsets can be used for applications which require communication i.e. Skype, games with voice chat, mobile phones etc.
Beats by Dre Studio (2013)
Pioneer HDJ-500
38% have it

9. has stereo speakers

Devices with stereo speakers deliver sound from independent channels on both left and right sides, creating a richer sound and a better experience.
Beats by Dre Studio (2013)
Pioneer HDJ-500
76% have it

10. has an over-the-ear form

Comfortable full-size form with earcups that fully enclose your ears. This model is loved for its increased sound isolation and the fact that it won't leak sound to your neighbors. It offers potential for maximum bass and loudness levels.
Beats by Dre Studio (2013)
Pioneer HDJ-500
42% have it

11. has a straight plug

A straight plug is better when the jack is on the top or bottom of your player.
Beats by Dre Studio (2013)
Pioneer HDJ-500
52% have it

12. has an L-shaped plug

An L-shaped plug is better if the jack is on the left or right side of the device, so that the cable isn't bent, and is less likely to break when the device is in your pocket.
Beats by Dre Studio (2013)
Pioneer HDJ-500
31% have it

13. travel bag is included

The device comes with its own special case or pouch, which is useful for safe transportation.
Beats by Dre Studio (2013)
Pioneer HDJ-500
63% have it

14. control panel placed on a device

There is a control panel on the device body, so you can easily access the volume control or remote without having to interact with a cable or another device it's connected to.
Beats by Dre Studio (2013)
Pioneer HDJ-500
15% have it

16. has active noise canceling/noise reduction

This type of device allows you to listen at lower volume levels, causing less ear fatigue as you don't have to crank up the volume to overcome background noise. Ideal for plane rides and morning commutes.
Beats by Dre Studio (2013)
Pioneer HDJ-500
12% have it

17. has a battery level indicator

An indicator shows you when the device has low battery.
Beats by Dre Studio (2013)
Pioneer HDJ-500
9% have it

18. has a coiled cord

A coiled cord typically offers more flexibility as it can be extended, and taken outside for example.
Beats by Dre Studio (2013)
Pioneer HDJ-500
8% have it

19. has a 3.5mm male connector

A standard 3.5mm male connector is suitable for use with all MP3 players and computer sound cards.
Beats by Dre Studio (2013)
Pioneer HDJ-500
86% have it

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