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    Default Beyer Dynamic Headphones

    A friend of mine is an sound technician, and he let me have a wee listen to his headphones today, which i can honestly say are the clearest sounding headphones i've ever had the pleasure to listen to. I've tried Beats, Sony and Sennhiessers knowing full well I wouldnt be able to afford them, but these were just beautiful and about half the price!

    He had a set of DT 150's, and apperently they do ones specifically made for DJing with as well, just giving those considering a new set of cans a heads up that these are very very nice!

    http://europe.beyerdynamic.com/

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    I have some Beyer's that I use for professional use. I don't use them for DJing as they're really more for critical monitoring and not built very DJ friendly. They're great headphones though.
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    I work as a sound technician/engineer for a Government deparment, and we use a BeyerDynamic entire rig. I've a 140kg rack that I take full over gadgets and gixzmos by BeyerDynamis. I'm also have inside contacts with them at Polar Audio near Brighton (who are essentially BeyerDynamic UK).

    I have to say that their gear is good. And the headphones have absolutely awesome quality!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunford View Post
    I work as a sound technician/engineer for a Government deparment, and we use a BeyerDynamic entire rig. I've a 140kg rack that I take full over gadgets and gixzmos by BeyerDynamis. I'm also have inside contacts with them at Polar Audio near Brighton (who are essentially BeyerDynamic UK).

    I have to say that their gear is good. And the headphones have absolutely awesome quality!
    ...inside contacts you say? sort a brother out?

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    Yo bro get me a job there

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    Not quite that friendly......otherwise I'd be working there

    My contact is the Beyer specialist and I could probably get some kind of discount unless they've tightened up their belts during recession! I had a 30% discount off some headphones in the past from them.
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    Oooh nice man!

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    I had a set of the DJ1s which were gorgeous but plastiky and they broke after about a year. My HD25s have been going strong for 3 years so far.

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    Actually that is another thing I dislike about the hd25s, the replacement parts seem a little expensive. 20+ for cable?

    Still awesome that they sell replacements.

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