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Thread: Ideal Headphones for bedroom DJ

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    great recommendations, was just on the look out for some headphones!

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    hd25!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLH View Post
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    Would have never thought you can dj with these. Noise cancellation must be horrible.

    Quote Originally Posted by Duluxx View Post
    Would have never thought you can dj with these. Noise cancellation must be horrible.
    Just saw that it was a joke lol
    Last edited by Manu; 06-28-2018 at 05:37 AM. Reason: posts merged

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    Pick up a pair of Sony MDRV700s. Bit old now so should be a bit cheaper than the expensive ones out there these days. I had mine for donkeys years and they were amazing. Best ninety quid you'll ever spend. Robust, great sound, wear well and are comfortable even on long sets. Great bass response and lovely crisp highs and distinct mids. Lovely bit of kit.

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    Honest recommendation?

    V-Moda M100 and Sennheiser HD25
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    I like Stax for in-headphone mixing at home where it's quiet. I use IEMs if I'm somewhere loud I want to do the same. I think people scrambling to all buy HD25s to be like their favorite DJ who wears them are a little nuts, though. I have them and my Beyerdynamics sound significantly better, but neither has phenomenal isolation. The idea the Senns are going to work better than plenty of other brands out there is ludicrous. They're not even that amazing a listening headphone. Sennheiser also keeps raising the price on them, while the Beyerdynamics are now actually cheaper. Basically any headphone that isolates well and is durable will work with speakers, though.
    Last edited by Reticuli; 10-15-2018 at 06:57 PM.
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    Hd25 or ath-m50x if you prefer over ear

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duluxx View Post
    Would have never thought you can dj with these. Noise cancellation must be horrible.
    Just saw that it was a joke lol
    With so many professionals using earphones it's easy to see the misunderstanding if you missed his next post.

    Here is a pair by Fender for $1,800.
    https://www.guitarcenter.com/Fender/...ar-Monitors.gc

    Shure has been making professional sound isolating earphones for years.
    Last edited by Windows 95; 10-26-2018 at 01:53 PM.
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