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Pioneer MJ Series Headphones

Pioneer MJ Series Headphones

One of the first tips we give new iPod owners is to ditch those iconic but poor-sounding white earbuds for something more substantial, like the new Pioneer MJ Series Headphones ($50-$90). The lineup's flagship MJ71s feature a unique bass duct for improved bass reduction, and while it offers a slightly wider frequency response than its more affordable MJ31 and MJ21 siblings, all three models share simple, stylish covers, foldable designs for maximum portability, 40mm drivers, and gold plated 3.5mm plugs.

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