With its four-colour anodised aluminium housings, the C7 not only wants to impress with its inner values, because Pioneer not only wants the central neck strap and the short cables that connect it to the left and right handset, but also wants to have a perfectly matching colour tone and easy handling:
The neckband should fold compactly and without entanglement, adjustable sliders should keep the cables in order. Thanks to NFC, the C7 connects instantly via Bluetooth, and thanks to Multi-Pairing, the receiver also remembers up to eight partner devices and connects to them fully automatically.
Once on reception, the C7 largely eliminates the need to reach into your pocket, as its cable-integrated control pod allows you to skipper titles, change the volume and accept conversations – with an integrated microphone to ensure clear voice quality.
Its 8 mm neodymium magnet drivers in low-resonance aluminium housings are designed to deliver deep, precise bass, clear, clean mids and brilliant highs.
Despite its small dish of only 20 grams, the in-ear should give juice for up to seven hours with only one charge of its integrated battery, after approx. 90 minutes on the supplied micro-USB cable it should be fully charged again.
The in-ear is available in four colours: black, alpine white, crimson and champagne gold. And if you can’t make up your mind, you might as well buy two of them in view of the extremely fair price. The Pioneer C7 is to be launched in April 2018 for 59.99 Euro (UVP).