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Underground75


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Posted : Dec 23, 2009 10:26
HDJ1000 EVER           I'LL TRY BEING NICER,IF YOU TRY BEING SMARTER.
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GyPsynate
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Posted : Dec 23, 2009 22:43
The ones that came with my phone.
Just kidding.

Im looking for the lightest pair that are good quality made.
My wife has neck and back problems and the headphones get to be heavy for her by the end of the set.
Any ideas?           \\\"Invoking the inner dancing buddha with future frequencies from beyond\\\" ~GyPsy
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Ascension
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Posted : Dec 23, 2009 23:02
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On 2009-12-23 22:43, GyPsynate wrote:
The ones that came with my phone.
Just kidding.

Im looking for the lightest pair that are good quality made.
My wife has neck and back problems and the headphones get to be heavy for her by the end of the set.
Any ideas?




You can probably find a new wife on match.com or eharmony. I'd try those.           http://soundcloud.com/ascensionsound
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supergroover
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Posted : Dec 24, 2009 11:36
LOL =)
GyPsynate
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Posted : Dec 24, 2009 21:56
Maybe a good neck and back replacement would do...
Anyone know of a good cyborg shop?
We can fix her, we can make her better.
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daksinamurti
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Posted : Jan 22, 2010 04:58
Anyone has experience with the SHURE SRH750DJ ??
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Shawnodese
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Posted : Jan 23, 2010 16:28
So far Sennheiser HD 25, working with 'm since 2002 and never found anything better so far           Mind Funk Records
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MorNinG MaGiC


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Posted : Jan 28, 2010 06:03
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On 2010-01-23 16:28, Shawnodese wrote:
So far Sennheiser HD 25, working with 'm since 2002 and never found anything better so far



+1 ..! They are really nice speakers goose.!
SPS


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Posted : Feb 1, 2010 13:24
It depends the purpose or your style of mixing.

I use and prefer the Sennheiser HD 25, because of the kick definition. But I know there isn't many middles, so there's more quality headphones on the market, better for studio or monitoring but that's another story...
Like I said, I prefer the HD 25 especially for beat matching. For listening or monitoring I'll recommend another type of headphones and enclosures
PsyUNIT
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Posted : Feb 7, 2010 19:57
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On 2009-12-15 11:39, Psycoustix_Official wrote:
Am using allen & heath Xone's now. Quite awesome!! was gonna go in for the hd-25's but ive got quite a set of big ears as well. =p



Just a piece of advice for anyone wanting to buy the Allen & Heath Xone XD-53 Headphones.

http://www.amazon.com/Allen-Heath-XONE-Professional-Monitoring/dp/B001AC2JBA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1265566334&sr=1-1

http://www.allen-heath.co.uk/UK/xonexd53headphones.asp

A&H outsources the manufacturing of these headphones to Audio Technica (a Japenese co which manufactures excellent headphones). Infact Audio Technica sells these head phones under their own brand, ATH-PRO700.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000EDO2PW/ref=asc_df_B000EDO2PW1025292?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&tag=googlecom09c9-20&linkCode=asn&creative=380341&creativeASIN=B000EDO2PW

http://www.audio-technica.com/cms/headphones/7aa785105398007f/index.html

A&H then put their brand on it & then sell it for $100 more (there is a bit of modification on the earcup but specs are exactly the same). So if you wanna buy them & the brand dosen't matter to you IMHO go for ATH-PRO700 as they are basically the same head phones.
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Elad
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Posted : Feb 8, 2010 00:11
from what i have worked with: (for dj)

no.1 - senheiser HD 25 (also high studio quality)

no.2 - senheiser HD 25 MKII

no.3 - sony mdr v-700

no.4 - pioneer hdj 1000

no.5 - technics RPDH-1200

no.6 - akg k121 (not bad as studio headphones)
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Mute
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Access Gremlin

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Posted : Feb 8, 2010 07:35
i got the pioneer hdj2000, very accurate monitoring possible for studio use and djing , very hard to break with the magnesium alloy.
PsyUNIT
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Posted : Feb 8, 2010 12:38
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On 2010-02-08 07:35, Mute wrote:
i got the pioneer hdj2000, very accurate monitoring possible for studio use and djing , very hard to break with the magnesium alloy.




Was thinking of getting them too. Have you by any chance tried Sennhiser HD 25 1 II ?

http://www.sennheiser.com/sennheiser/home_en.nsf/root/professional_headphones-headsets_dj-headphones_502188

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dreadieg
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Posted : Feb 22, 2010 00:47
i'm a fan of my sennheiser HD280 pros. good for DJing or studio work.
alittle bulky tho....
Vensker


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Posted : Apr 24, 2010 09:55
The best DJ Headphones are the Pioneer HDJ-2000;
The clearest sound for mixing and studio. Highly recommended.           www.myspace.com/vensker
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