Pioneer SE-CLX9 Headphones with Ridiculous Array of Earpieces

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While it’s impossible to say if the Pioneer SE-CLX9 are decent headphones or not—they’re Japan-only at the moment—the amount of included rubber ear pieces are impressive, to say the least. Some are for comfort, some to change the sound—they’re all probably pretty unnecessary.

SE-CLX9, the ultimate canal type headphone from Pioneer [Akihabara News via CrunchGear]

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3 Responses to Pioneer SE-CLX9 Headphones with Ridiculous Array of Earpieces

  1. Scott Johnson says:

    Changing the shape is probably not unnecessary. I have wanted to change the shape and size of every single pair of ear buds that I have ever used. I’d love to try these out.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Speaking as someone who owns canalphones that came with 9 different types of buds – only one of those actually fit my ears correctly, and there’s a good chance that there’s a better fit for me out there.

    My brother-in-law bought some ip*d canalphones and they don’t fit him at all.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I agree Scott. Maybe I have a weird ear shape but my ipod ear buds kill after 30 mins or so and they never fit snug. If i’m exercising they fall out after a while. I think having the option of different shapes is brilliant and I hope other companies realize we don’t all have the same dimensions in our ears.

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