Released January, 2008
The Pros:Sound quality is a step above most stock earbuds for a reasonable price. Will provide a good fit for those with larger ear openings.
The Cons:Very uncomfortable to the point of being painful. Very weak volume capability - often too quiet even with the volume cranked up. Included carrying case is fragile with a poor hinge design.
The Pioneer SE-CE10-XK is a low-cost set of in-ear headphones. Pioneer promotes these headphones as being suitable for listening to a variety of music styles. These open-air headphones have a maximum audio input of 30mW.
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The duct in these headphones helps to up the bass level (though this model lacks the slightly higher cost SE-CE11-K model's redesigned 14.6mm driver, which offers an improved bass performance). The gold-plated 3.5mm plug creates a solid connection, which promotes clear sound. To help make the fit comfortable, the SE-CE10-XK comes with a set of soft earpads. In order to protect these headphones when you are not using them, the Pioneer SE-CE10-XKs come with a carrying case included.
- Carrying case included
- Color: Black
- Bass-boost duct
- Open-air design
- 20Hz-20,000Hz frequency range
- 16 ohm impedance
- 30mW maximum input power
- 98dB sensitivity
- Gold-plated 3.5mm plug
- 1.2 meter cord
- Weight: 6 grams
- 14.8mm driver
- 2 earpads
- Maximum Input 30mW
- Sensitivity 98dB/mW
User Reviews (1)
Sound quality is a step above most stock earbuds for a reasonable price.
Will provide a good fit for those with larger ear openings.
Very uncomfortable to the point of being painful.
Very weak volume capability - often too quiet even with the volume cranked up.
Included carrying case is fragile with a poor hinge design.
Bass tends to overpower the rest of the frequency range.
Cheap, plasticky casing seems fragile.
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