+1 for the 2000's Stanton... Crystal clear, not heavy, cheap, (better than the 3000's in my opinion...) really good choice
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Might be a late response but this is cool to know for many people.
I have had some models and brands over the years and I actually destroyed a few (breaking for some reason, during nights ).
I must say to hear all frequencies excellently and still be isolated from nearby monitors or other speakers I strongly recommend SHURE. Also that are models that have special soft borders supporting to have them on for hours. I had a few that caused pain after +3 hours on your ears. They also have a strong metalic (also beautiful curveframe) so these won't break.
I have a SHURE SRH750DJ now and it feels like you are having powerfull speakers arround with astonishing sound. Very very pleased and s(h)ure to stick to it
i have Pioneer HDJ-500 its not bad for quality...but im still consider RP-DH 1200...i will buy it ...its good for me,,
I am currently in the market for some everyday use headphones for listening in with, I am not a DJ or audiophile and so my budget is under $50 USD.. Does anyone have any thoughts or opinion on Sony? I looked up all of your recommendations and they seem very fancy for what my needs are at this time :S
The Sony headphones that I have my eye on are the Sony MDR-XD200. I'm looking for something I can throw in the backpack and take with me to school / commute / study with. Any opinion would be great!
I just picked up Sennheiser HD280's....amazing!!!
These were my old ones:
Hi, they felt a little tight at first, but now they are fine. yes, its XP, I'm afraid to look how old it is (2002)
Sennheiser hd25-1, Bit on the expensive side but excellent headphones. Appear flimsy but they are strong headphones with an excellent crisp, sharp sound.
I've got the Pioneer HDJ 2000 build quality very good not this cheap plastic a lot of them are made with. Sound Just as good as the Sennheiser If not better (my personal choice) but have listened to a lot of different headphones. Personal choice & what style of music you are thinking of playing all have a lot to do with the kind of headphones you want. P.S. Sennheiser are good but have down falls. The plastic band what goes over your head will break after a lot of use. The wires to the headphones are not that good so expect to pay out more money for new cables.... Even more so when you stand on the cable & it gets pulled a lot.....
What about Beats "Studio"? Are they good?
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