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    Default Dj headphones!!

    what dj headphones i can buy for 150 max!!

    i was looking between the pioneer hdj1000, v moda lp crossfade, stanton prodj3000, sony dv7000 i thing and the panasonic technics one....what are you opinion and any recommendation and why?

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    the pioneer hdj1000's are pretty sweet from what ive experienced, or i just read a pretty damn good review by Skratchworx on the Numark Red Wave. Im using a used pair of Reloop RHP-10's that are pretty good also. It just depends on what kind of situation you're gonna be putting them in

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    Between those I'd go with Techs, RPDJ over RPDH. Pio 1k have a bad reputation for being fragile (and the foam is too thin IMO)

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    Check this thread http://www.djtechtools.com/forum/showthread.php?t=22834 theres a ton of suggestions.

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    The hdj-1000s are notorious for breaking

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    I used to use Sony DJ-500's (about $90-100), as I found the more popular 700's too heavy... but the 500's ended up breaking at the hinge fairly easily. After two pairs of those, I bit the bullet and paid more for the awesome Sennheiser HD25-1 ii (right now $185 on Amazon.com)... well worth every penny.
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    I've used the Technics RP-DH1200, but they where a little heavy for me. So now I have the Pioneer DJ 500, and the fit me really nice. I've got them for about a year now but haven't broke at al.

    I suggest that if it's possible you go to a store where you can try some headphones, because everybody is happy with another headphone. It depends on many things if it is good for you.
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    Allen & Heat XD40 for $100. TRUST ME ON THIS, if you want good headphones, save $50 more, and get the AIAIAI TMA1 or the Sennheiser HD25. Best headphones out there

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    Sennheiser HD25-1 ii's from ProAudioStar. They beat every price for me all the time. Yes even cheaper than amazon etc. I had sold my hd25's a while ago and I just bought a new pair again ha.

    I can also vouch for the Allen n Heath xd-40's. I have them too for non-dj purposes and I love them Bc they are light small comfy and portable.

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