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JOEDOCPA 01-11-2001 11:55 PM

CAN SOMEONE TELL ME WHAT ARE THE BEST HEADPHONES TO GET CAUSE ALL THE ONES I GET THE EAR GO'S OUT AND I GOTTA KEEP GETTING NEW ONES I JUST WANTED TO KNOW A GOOD BRAND THATS NOT TO MUCH MONEY THANKS

Rhoq 01-12-2001 09:30 AM

Joe...

I use the Koss TD-60 or Koss TD-61 (same headphones)...They are inexpensive ($20.00) and sound pretty good hooked-up to a mixer...They suck for for everything else (like listening to a walkman, etc.)!!!

You can find the TD-61 at Tower Records and the TD-60 (comes with a free pair of earbuds) at K-Mart...


JOEDOCPA 01-12-2001 09:34 AM

DJ HEADPHONES
 
OK THANKS RHOQ DO YOU THINK BOB AT PATS MUSIC HAS THEM THE ONLY ONES I SEE ARE 190 BUCKS AND THE OTHER ONES ARE FOR WALKMANS THE ONES I HAVE ARE TO BIG I WANT SOMETHIN LIKE DJ SKRIBBLE HAS BUT I KNOW THEY WILL BE 200

Rhoq 01-12-2001 11:49 AM

I don't recall ever seeing them at Pat's. I know their prices for equipment and accessories are ridiculously high, but it doesn't hurt to ask. Maybe Bob can hook you up.


JOEDOCPA 01-12-2001 04:53 PM

DJ HEADPHONES
 
OK THANKS ALOT HE HOOKED ME UP TODAY WITH A FEW CDS ONE IS THE NEW STEFANIE BENNETT CD THE OTHER WAS NYC UNDERGROUND VOL 3 ETC

dj_mayhem 01-21-2001 06:17 PM

Basically, you want a headphone that can handle the full range of music, and especially a long cord. I use a pair of Sony Headphones I bought at Camelot Music about 3 years ago, and those are now my practise headphones. When I am working, I use a pair of Technics RP-DJ1200 headphones...much better than my buddy that has the Stanton headphones.

Mougoo 01-24-2001 02:08 PM

I personally use the Stanton DJ PRO 60.They are light have a long cord,they self adjust and fold up nicely.
They are also pretty loud and bassy so yo can beat mix without a monitor if you can split the output on your mixer.
Specs: FR:3-28000 Hz
Sens:102 dB
Imp:50 Ohm
Max input:80mW


COST $65.00 Canadian

Hitesh 01-27-2001 06:14 AM

By the way if you spend $5.00 on headphones and you can hear the hi hats, snare and vocals. (mids,hi lows without distortion). Dont buy the headphones, your friend will have one for free. The True DJ does not use headphones but his sense of hearing.

JOEDOCPA 01-27-2001 10:11 AM

THANKS FOR ALL THE HELP I PICKED UP A PAIR OF DJ REMIX FROM SONY WITH A LONG CORD THEY FOLD UP AND CAME WITH A LIL BAG TO PUT IN WHEN IM NOT USEING THEM

dj_mayhem 01-28-2001 11:47 AM

Are those the silver ones...they are nice.

good choice.

JOEDOCPA 01-28-2001 12:31 PM

yea they are silver ones i have they are nice and lite and i like the lil bag it came with so when im not useing them i can put them in there they are the same ones as dj skribble with a long cord that i need


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