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    Hi guy's

    has anyone had any experiance with these?

    http://www.google.co.uk/products?cli...ed=0CCwQrQQwAA

    keen to know how they are before spending the 's.

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    i wouldnt go for anything by reloop. for headphones, you get what you pay for. i know a guy that has a pair of sennheiser hd 25s and he really likes them. i have stanton pro dj 3000s and i like them as well. check out GAK up in the north laines, find a pair that fits well and has good sound.

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    I'm currently swimming in a sea of my own juices (graphic but I hope it gets the point across) - Sennheiser HD25s.
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    Need...to get... that image... out of my head oO

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    Sennheiser HD25s is the only thing i seen wrapped around pro's head. i'm buying them soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by biru View Post
    I'm currently swimming in a sea of my own juices (graphic but I hope it gets the point across) - Sennheiser HD25s.
    Graphic, but in it's own weird way a good answer. :eek:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krome View Post
    Need...to get... that image... out of my head oO
    maybe this will help http://www.djtechtools.com/forum/sho...060#post144060

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    Well, to be fair, I own the Reloop RH-2450 MK2 and they not just have a good enough sound to work with them, they are also cheap enough to not make you raise a new mortgage, everytime they break and you need new ones. (And one thing is for sure: Doesn't matter how much money you spend on your headphones, they will break sooner or later [but mostly sooner] unless you never leave your bedroom with them [an even then you can accidently sit on them or drop them on the floor].

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    Ive got the RHP 10's in white. Mainly because they looked cool, secondly because they were'nt skull candy, and thirdly because theyre in a good price range.

    Theyre decent enough headphones, nice clear mids and highs, but not much lows to speak of. I need to put both cups over my ears to get the bass when im mixing. I can definately tell them apart from 200 headphones, but then you get what you pay for. I also did a test with a couple of other, cheaper headphones, the reloop came out tops.

    The build quality is reasonable, they havent broken after 6 months, but theyve never been gigged.

    Ive got nothing to compare them to, but ive got no complaints either.
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    I got some for my friend as a present. He is happy with them. You get a pretty good deal... they come well packaged with a spare replacement lead and two different ear cup sizes. For 60 they are a good deal. I have the Sony MDR-V500s which were about 50 and I am quite happy with them. Just a shame they are Sony. Not a brand I want to have my money particularly.
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