The HRM-7 is a professional studio headphone launched by Pioneer. The Japanese company was founded in 1938 by a man named Nozomu Matsumoto. The initiative began with Matsumoto repairing speakers in his garage. Since then, it has expanded and acquired an international status in the production of audio and video equipment which can be used in cars, at homes, and in professional studios. Currently, the company is known to dabble into the manufacture of monitor speakers, headphones, DJ players, DJ mixers, and DJ controllers. The HRM-7 is the latest and first of the headphones made by Pioneer for professional use.
The HRM-7 is the first of Pioneer’s headphones built for professional use. It has dual air chambers which increase air flow, allowing the device to offer a tight, well-controlled bass. It possesses a 40-millimeter HD driver, which results in a distinctive clarity of sound, enabling the device to reproduce frequencies from 5 kHz to 40 kHz. Moreover, the HRM-7 has a powerful yet lightweight built which includes a self-adjusting, elastic inner headband and two ear pads filled with memory-foam. The device is, thus, extremely comfortable for use and budget-friendly….