Pioneer's Gorgeous New Headphones Pack Up and Go With You Anywhere

There's something pleasing about a beautiful set of headphones—especially if they're portable, rugged, and made to travel. That in mind, Pioneer's got a couple sets of new cans for you to consider.

The $120 SE-NC21M active noise-canceling headphones (pictured above) are priced cheaper than some of the fancier models we're often fond of, but Pioneer claims that the noise-canceling electronics will block out 90% of ambient noise to keep your music sounding good on rattling trains and cruising-altitude airplanes. The 30mm drivers should be more than enough to make the headphones sound great across tonal ranges as well. Both of these headphones fold-up into travel friendly packages.

On the pricier, audiophile end, Pioneer's serving up the $300 SE-MJ591 headphones. They're made from high-grade of aluminum throughout—from their tough construction to their "high-quality" drivers, which are designed to replicate excellent detail on high frequencies. Those drivers measure a beefy 40mm, which ensures you won't be lacking anything on the low-end either.

While you never know just how a headphone is going to sound from the specs, this looks like some some solid kit. We'll know for sure when they're out later this Spring. [Pioneer]

Pioneer's Gorgeous New Headphones Pack Up and Go With You Anywhere

Pioneer's Gorgeous New Headphones Pack Up and Go With You Anywhere

Pioneer's Gorgeous New Headphones Pack Up and Go With You Anywhere

Pioneer's Gorgeous New Headphones Pack Up and Go With You Anywhere