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    Default Beats Pro

    Im a begginer and i was wondering if beats pros are good for djing because they look awesome and seem to have some cool features.

    should i buy them or are their ones alot better for $400?


    P.S. Money isnt an issue

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    there are way better option for that money.

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    There are many threads on Beats headphones. Please search the forum.

    Consensus of opinion is that Beats are not suitable for DJing.

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    I use HD-25iis. Even though they look like shit. I prefer to have something that 'sounds awesome' as opposed to something that 'looks awesome'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lethal_pizzle View Post

    I use HD-25iis. Even though they look like shit. I prefer to have something that 'sounds awesome' as opposed to something that 'looks awesome'.
    I also recommend this headphones.

    PS: They don't look shitty. They are actually gorgeous especially when the headband is adjusted.
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    happy HDJ-2000 user here. super comfy and sound awesome imo. they also look quite nice if that is a concern :P

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    Lethal Pizzle and Nicadraus are right, my buddy has these headphones and they are awesome! He left em at work one day so I had a whole shift to jam with them.
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    beats are a waste of money

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    Does anyone know who these handsome young chaps are?



    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fb...type=3&theater

    Do you wanna tell him they aint suitable :lol

    My Own photo's didnt turn out, i was a bit spangled by the point these two got on stage, but luckily for me i was Chauffeuring the official photographer on this night..
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