Sennheiser HD25-1 II Closed-Back Headphones
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    Default Sennheiser HD25-1 II Closed-Back Headphones

    are these the ones that pro dj's use?
    2x numark TT's, djm350, and vinyls/records and that's all i use man.

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    Yes X 2.
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    Absolutely.

    But don't let that be the reason you buy, try them out yourself.
    Kontrol S4Senn HD 25-1Kontrol F1

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    Yes. Only non-pros use anything else

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    I have the hd 25 sp -ii ones and tried them next to the hd25, i much prefer the sound of the sp. More sub bass. It's all what you prefer ;-)
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    limitations are the source of creativity.
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    Loverocket what the hell are those guy's using? First one looks like a microphone?
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    If you don't practice you don't want it.

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    Single ear headphones that you hold between your head and shoulder.

    http://www.numark.com/product/redphone
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    Google "Lollipop Headphone"

    Old school dudes love them.

    Best headphones for DJing with a hat on.

    Only drawback is if you jump into a system with bad echo/delay and no monitors.

    Those lollipops won't let you split cue/mix like normal headphones will.

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    Last edited by loverocket; 06-12-2013 at 04:42 PM.

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    Learnt something new today think I'll pass, doesn't sound like my cup a tea.
    Last edited by zimfella; 06-13-2013 at 01:16 AM.
    It's not the gear. It's how you use it.
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