In the digital age of DJing, the gear we use evolves và changes at an ever accelerating pace. Mixers are now also sound-cards và midi controllers. CDJs are being replaces by buttons, sliders, & VCI platters. Record bags và CD wallets have given way to lớn Laptops in the DJ booth, and unless you use Scratch Live, turntables no longer serve much purpose. There is one bit of kit however, that has remained relatively unchanged during a turbulent decade of evolution in the DJ booth, headphones.


For quite some time, I’ve been searching for the perfect pair of headphones. My criteria are simple:

Must produce good soundMust be durable enough to withstand the abuse of a traveling DJ.

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While this sounds like a simple enough request to fulfill, I’ve spend the better part of a decade wanting more from the phối of cans draped around my neck. Most djs have sensitive ears that demand good sound reproduction, which surprisingly few manufacturers are interested in. Equal weight is also give to lớn durability, because who cares how good your set of cans sounds if they fall apart 2 months after you buy them. You don’t even have be a touring dj khổng lồ be concerned with durability either because, lets face it, Djs aren’t very nice khổng lồ our headphones.



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My first set of headphones were the Sony MDR-v700. About 7 or 8 years ago there weren’t many offerings for headphones built for the “DJ” and back then it seemed lượt thích every DJ had a pair of these things. They produced decent sound were generally sturdy enough lớn last you a good while. The cup swivel joints on the Sonys are notorious for cracking and will eventually break if you beat them up. The “leather” iso pads that cover your ears aren’t really the greatest at isolation and eventually dry out, crack, and become uncomfortable to wear. Eventually the plug wire connection may go as well.

After several pairs of un-reliable sony’s I decided lớn play the field a little. Durability was my number one concern và I picked up a pair of Technics RP-DH1200 headphones which were, at the time, the sturdiest & most well built pair of DJ headphones available. I brought them home, plugged them in, then immediately returned them. They colored the sound horribly; bass response was artificially heavy and the mid-ranges were barely even present. After that experience, equal weight was given to durability & sound.



Eventually I found the Denon DN-HP1000 headphones và assumed my troubles were over. By DJ standards they produced accurate, full sound that felt natural. Isolation was good và they appeared durable but they still had their fair tóm tắt of problems. The cord connection was loose right from the beginning, but was easily fixed by taping it in place with electrical tape. After 9 months, the adjustment slider broke on one side right where it connects lớn the can so I duct taped it back together và plugged ahead. A few months later I threw in the towel when the other side broke in the same spot


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With no other option, the Sony MRD-700s came out of retirement while I started researching the latest market offerings. A few youtube videos of the relatively new Pioneer HDJ-2000s looked very appealing but I was wary. Despite my respect for all the DJ equipment Pioneer makes, the HDJ-1000 mã sản phẩm was never an option because the complaints against them were similar to that of the Sony MDR-v700s. The 2000s however, intrigued me with their all metal build & were worthy of a closer look.

The first thing I noticed was the price tag, which is close lớn double that of other DJ headphones on the market. You get an all metal casing, memory foam & leather ear cups, a detachable lead cord, and superior sound quality. I got my local Sam Ash to bởi a price match for me và decided khổng lồ give them a go. 3 months later, I’m happy to lớn report they are the best phối of cans I’ve ever owned. The are way more durable than anything else out there. The memory foam pads are super comfortable, & the sound chất lượng is dead on. The reproduce sound with an accuracy that give studio monitoring headphones a run for their money. The jury is still out on their longevity, but with a replaceable cord, I’m confident I’ll be using these for a long time.

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One tip I can give lớn anyone looking for a new mix of headphones it grab a CD or bring you iPod khổng lồ your local music store và demo as many as you can before committing lớn purchase, và when the clerk isn’t looking check how durable they are. Preferably with out actually breaking them.

Ean’s Note:

I have used the same type of headphones for 12 years, Sony MDR-7506. While they are technically a studio headphone- many djs around the world use them for their reliability & clean sound. We would highly recommend you go with these over sony’s dj focused cans, the MDR-v700 series, which are sure khổng lồ break in a few months. Please tóm tắt your favorite cans in the phản hồi section & we will perform a comprehensive head to head comparison of the top models.