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supergroover
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Posted : Apr 25, 2010 16:34
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On 2010-02-08 00:11, Elad wrote:
no.1 - senheiser HD 25 (also high studio quality)
no.2 - senheiser HD 25 MKII



What would be the difference between MK I and MK II? Any idea?           soundcloud.com/supergroover
theendtone
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Posted : May 4, 2010 11:39
im looking to buy a studio & dj headphones are the ultrasound dj pro 1 good for studio ?
V3NOM
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Posted : May 5, 2010 09:00
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On 2010-04-25 16:34, supergroover wrote:
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On 2010-02-08 00:11, Elad wrote:
no.1 - senheiser HD 25 (also high studio quality)
no.2 - senheiser HD 25 MKII



What would be the difference between MK I and MK II? Any idea?




No but I had the MK II, and sold them off last year to pay off some medical debts, replaced them with some Technics 1200s and have been kicking myself hard ever since...

For home listening or walking round the streets, I find these are awesome value for money http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-Retro-Headphones-White-28RP-2dHTX7-2dW1-29/dp/B001872JKS/ref=dp_cp_ob_e_title_1           I hate you, you hate me, we are all so hap hap happy!
Yidam
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Posted : Jun 23, 2010 09:36
Been using the Sennheiser HD 25's for a very long time now. No massive complaints other than the fact that when it's a big stage with lots of feedback from the PA, there is a significant amount of bleed. (esp, if you don't like to crank up the volume to the skullcrushing levels)

Any suggestions for a reasonable alternative closed headphones which cut out the outside sound only by a good fitting cup? Got big ears

Looking for something with the same clarity as the HDs. Really liked the feel of the Sony MDRV700s but the sound quality was not the same.


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Posted : Oct 12, 2010 05:40
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On 2009-12-03 20:47, Dennis the menace wrote:
i think there are 2 headphones made for djing by ultrasone, and the ecler-ultrasone stuff are similar to the ultrasone dj1 if im now wrong..


btw, i think the early technics headphones are made by panasonic also



The Ecler is simply a rebranded Ultrasone DJ1, same drivers and everything.

One big advantage I find with the Ultrasones is the S-Logic, which really delivers an incredible sound stage in terms of stereo field and depth. But the pro version is quite large and may not fit everyone, the dj1's are have an oval shape and are thus smaller, but they don't have replaceable earcups.
dirtyphreak
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Posted : Nov 4, 2010 20:43
after reading all these opinions I will buy sennheiser HD 25-1, thanx for the tips           http://lamat-records.com
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J
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Posted : Nov 6, 2010 00:14
You did good!
a3k
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Posted : Nov 6, 2010 16:45
without having to much cash to spen i bought myself the SE-DJ500 from Pioneer


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mudpeople
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Posted : Nov 7, 2010 18:03
Ive personally had a pair of Sony MDR V700 and a pair of Ultrasone DJ-1. The SOnys were like big heavy pieces of metal on my ears squashing them, uncomfortable and bulky. The Ultrasones were the opposite, light, fit comfortably around the ear rather than on like the Sonys, sounded great, dropped many times without harm...

But then the right can did a 540 and broke its connection...

Ive heard so much good things about Sennheiser Im pretty sure Ill get a pair of them when i can afford em. Can't beat the price, basically half what I paid for the Ultrasones.           .
Anyer
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Posted : Nov 11, 2010 10:14
HD -25 FROM SENNHEISER...

also for Beginer Hd 250...
Elad
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Posted : Nov 12, 2010 04:14
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On 2010-06-23 09:36, Yidam wrote:
Got big ears




hehe well i never heard anything that block outside sounds like Sennheiser just try without volume.. i think they have special patent for that even specially for flights etc.
i would recoment to check other models from them or the pioneer they are very nice and loud too.. for huge PA i think its always x2 volume to headphones then small stages.. must hear something hehe. turn off the dj monitor too if you dont use it for the mix (i do all in the headphones anywayz cant find a good reason to have this monitor exept for dancing or turn it to the crowd if the PA is too small lol)

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Ellon
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Posted : Jul 25, 2011 17:32
Guys i would welcome your advice...i'm going to buy a new set of dj headphones to replace my old crappy ones. My budget is 100euros and i selected (based on friends, magazines, etc...) the following :

Audio Technica ATH M50 (promotion)
Ortofon O-two
Ultrasone DJ1 or HF 145

anyone can give me an input on them. I will be testing them but still...

thanks in advance           
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mudpeople
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Posted : Jul 25, 2011 22:28
I had a pair of Ultrasone DJ1s and they were great, theyre super light and comfy, and sound good, better than teh Sony MDR-V700 i first was using.

As for the other 2, those are good brands, but thats all i know           .
Ellon
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Posted : Jul 26, 2011 12:22
I got the Ortofon O2...they look/feel great and the sound, despite being a bit tight at the moment, is sharp and accurate...which i prefer to the more "bassy" Ultrasone DJ1!

Unfortunately the Audio Tech ATH M50 were no longer in promotion they are the best headphones i've ever heard/tried!

Thanks mudpeople for your input!           
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Luca@BlueHourSounds
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Posted : Sep 30, 2011 20:44
I used for years the Technics RPDJ1200..

I loved them in every way.. really practical, a nice feeling on the ears,
a good quality sound, and they simply looked great.

Then, thanks to my wife i've been caught in the Sennheiser world..
a very good product as well!

But now i bought myself a brand new pair of TMA-1 from AIAIAI
http://www.aiaiai.dk/headphones/tma-1.html
because i needed a new pair (and i was caught from good adverts around as well!).

They look great, the sound should be great as well,
the touch on the ears is very light (maybe too much)but still i need to experience them on a gig,
in order to have an appropriate overview..

Does anybody of you tried them already?

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