Summary: I've owned several pairs of headphones at around this price range, so I think I can judge them fairly. These are supposed to be over-ear headphones, but they're somewhere between over-ear and on-ear.
Summary: Bought this for my nephew to support his DJ carrier. He was happy with the sound first, but a few months later the padding on the ear muffs started to shred and pretty soon fell apart making the headphones impossible to use without hurting his ears!
Amazing service, amazing product and a perfect fit
S. Bee, Amazon
11 March 2011
Summary: I bought this product because normal headphones do not fit into the headphone socket on a keyboard (a 1/4 inch jack is required). I was originally going to buy the little brother of this, the HPM1000 but read that sound quality was better on the HPX2000.
Summary: I agree with everything said by rperkin.I paid these less than he did.. .They are OK...I expected them to be in metal, I was disappointed it was plastic.....I bought them cuz i wanted something very good for gasming but i did not want spend too much...They looked so strong and i thought to try it..
Summary: These headphones are really great. I would recommend them to anybody. The only thing i would change is the cover on the ear peaces do come of occationaly and they are quite fidley to put back on. Apart from that, it's all good!
Behringer Hpx2000 - High-Definition Dj Headphones - Very bad "crispy" sound, limited frequency
Alex Krasevskis, Amazon
7 March 2011
Summary: The sound appeared to be very high pitched and squeaky. In my opinion only reproduces high and mid frequency (bass drum pedal, for example always sounds as a "click"). Additionally, the headphone shape does not allow any reasonable sound isolation.
Summary: Hmmm... Well, they're OK. I bought them for some silent guitar practice, and all I can say is: they're OK. Very plasticky so not sure how long they'll last. Sound quality OK. Comfortable to wear - at first - with plenty of adjustment, but become uncomfortable after 30min or so.