Japan's leading audio manufacturer, Pioneer, recently released a series of new earphone products, mainly for mobile phones and portable devices such as MP3, as a substitute for those original headphones. Today, we will bring the "noodle" SE-CL80T, which is positioned at a higher end. Let's take a closer look.
First of all, a brief understanding of some basic specifications of the Pioneer SE-CL80T earplug: impedance 32Î©, sensitivity 94dB, frequency response range 20Hz-2000Hz, maximum input power 5mW, from the parameters can be seen that it is not laborious to drive it, compare Suitable for mobile phones and MP3 devices with limited thrust.
The CL80T has a variety of colors to choose from. This time, the author introduces the gray CL80T. The overall design is more regular than the CL70T, and there are no more weird details.
The CL80T's cavity is also black, which is also very contrasted with light gray wire and earmuffs. The visual effect is very good. Light gray does not give people a feeling of being too arrogant, which also makes it acceptable to more users.
The details of the nozzle part of the earplugs reflect the style of the big factory, and the workmanship is meticulous and meticulous.
Pioneer has equipped the CL80T with three pairs of large, medium and small earmuffs of different sizes to meet the needs of different users.
On the Pioneer SE-CL80T, we also saw the remote control design. However, unlike the CL70T introduced earlier, the CL80T's remote control is relatively simple. It does not support volume adjustment and other iPhone functions. It can only be answered by phone. Hang up with.
The Pioneer SE-CL80T uses the same "noodle" wire design as the CL70T, which allows the earphone wire to have better protection and tougher strength. The probability of being torn off is much lower than that of the conventional earphone cable.
The Pioneer SE-CL80T also uses a 3.5mm straight gold-plated plug. When the earphone is connected to the audio device in the pocket, this design does not easily damage the cable of the earphone compared to the L-type plug.
In the actual audition process, we found that the CL80T is still very easy to drive. It has a relatively large volume when the volume is adjusted to 40% on the iPhone. Regarding the actual listening performance, first from the low frequency, the Pioneer SE-CL80T has a low frequency, and the dive is also relatively strong, but the drum sound seems to have some remoteness, and the overall low frequency performance is not bad.
In terms of IF, the thickness of the SE-CL80T IF appears to be average. The vocals are better than the previous CL70T. The transparency is also good, and the layering is also rich. But listening carefully can hear certain sounds, but everyone is different about this, because some people like this taste.
In terms of high frequency, SE-CL80T can be regarded as a good performance in the performance of string music. It has good ductility. Although there is no special place, the overall listening is still sound-resistant and the sound is relatively round.
Since I have just listened to Pioneer's SE-CL70T, I will naturally compare this pair of "sister flowers". The performance of the two on the sound is not much different, the CL80T gives the author a feeling of wearing more comfortable, and the CL70T's remote control function is slightly better. The price of the Pioneer SE-CL80T is not high, but the comprehensive quality can be said to be superior to the standard headphones of most mobile phones and portable devices on the market. It is a very good choice for users to choose the original replacement.