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8.0 out of 10

Koss PRO DJ100

The Koss Pro DJ100 is ideal for professional disc jockey use. Th Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Koss PRO DJ100

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Overall 10
10

User Review

tdockweiler, head-fi.org
5 March 2014
  • Summary: I've tried about two dozen pairs of headphones and I'm always looking for the absolute best pair for vocals. I also want forward sounding mids, but not too bad. My preference is also for highs that are not harsh or fatiguing. Being somewhat rolled off is ok. I find the SRH-840 is what I like in this area.   The best thing about this headphone is the quality of vocals. It just sounds amazing with both male and female vocals.
  • Pros: Crystal clear vocals, neutral, lightweight, cheap, LOTS of detail, amazing Imaging, good soundstage, forward mids
  • Cons: Slightly rolled off highs, lack of bass to some, needs amp, coiled cable, requires burn-in
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Overall 7
7.0

User Review

SanjiWatsuki, head-fi.org
5 March 2014
  • Summary: Like tdockweiler, I'm a fan of forward mids and these definitely bring it. They are excellent for vocals in general, not just for male vocals. They're relatively neutral sounding with a tight, controlled bass that doesn't extend too low. They're far from being "extreme bass" DJ headphones and I wouldn't suggest them to someone who is a fan of real bass heavy electronic music -- I hardly noticed the subbass on these headphones, even when equalizing it up.
  • Pros: Good sound, forward and clear mids, controlled bass.
  • Cons: Requires a good seal for bass, coiled cable, mediocre sub-bass
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Overall 9
9.0

User Review

PacManLives, head-fi.org
5 March 2014
  • Summary: I have about 12 hours into this set of phones and I am impressed they do just about everything well not great. I have used them on my PS3 playing BFBC2 and I can hear things I have never heard before. I am able to locate where bullets are coming from and when someone is coming up the stairs. They are not the best for gaming but they will do the trick if you are on a  budget and want something well balanced in all areas.
  • Pros: Great Price, Decent sound, Lifetime Warranty
  • Cons: High Mids, needs just a little more base
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Overall 10
10

User Review

badhomaks, head-fi.org
5 March 2014
  • Summary: So, after many many hours of research I finally found a headphone that sounds good and it doesn't go over my limit of $70 in Canada. If I had lived in the U.S. I maybe would have picked up the CAL! instead... but I'm sure glad I didn't! Some impressions:   Comfort: Here's where they fall really short. Comfort.
  • Pros: Great mids, looks rather stylish and great value.
  • Cons: The basic earpads are really uncomfortable.
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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

200poundsofamp, head-fi.org
5 March 2014
  • Summary: Simply put? The lower midrange just isn't there.   Everything else, though, is pretty damned nice. Vocals? Clear as hell. Bass? Plenty of impact, and it gets LOW*   With that out of the way though, the lower midrange has problems. If I was feeling mean I'd some up with something witty, but **** you.   You like powerful vocals, orchestras, or metal? You better start running and screaming. Like R&B? Stick around, these will do you well.
  • Pros: Easy to drive, stylish for full sized heaphones, nice combo of flavor and accuracy
  • Cons: Sucked out lower midrange
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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

Raeme, head-fi.org
5 March 2014
  • Summary: I have recently been on an all-consuming quest to find a new set of headphone due to my renewed interest in audiophilia. Anyways, for the past while I have been intently auditioning several pairs of headphones to replace my aged AKG K240DFs (bought in the very late 80s, but just lack the “POW” I want).
  • Pros: Tight bass, warm tones, amazing detail, versatility, value, build, comfort, LACK of aural fatigue
  • Cons: Mild compression, rolled highs, no prestige factor, lack of initial aural “WOW”
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Overall 7
7.0

User Review

Anhoblack, head-fi.org
5 March 2014
  • Summary: Well i have some mixed feelings for these headphones. They sound good for the money, but i don't find them very comfotable when have used them for more then a half hour. But let me jump further into the review, and tell you what i think  more specific.   Sound quality: Overall it's good, actually very good for the money you pay. I am reviewing this from my iphone, since they are made for transportable use, and not home listening!
  • Pros: Cheap but good sound!
  • Cons: Ugly looking, not very comfi if you have big ears:-(
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Overall 10
10

Great for price

Skatolick, CNET
12 January 2014
  • Summary: Great for the price. I use them every day at work and they take a beating. The base is not as strong as beats but they hold up very well. They are crisp and clear and hard to beat at this price point.
  • Pros: Great sound, light and good construction. Blocks out side noise well. Come with very nice carrying case.
  • Cons: Don't like standard curly cord it came with, but easy fix was found. I went to the place the.shack where the radios could be found and got a nice long cord I like for a few bucks.
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Overall 8
8.0

Great For DJ Use.....

SLAMM, B&H Photo
24 July 2013
  • Excerpt: Great sound, VERY comforable for those long sessions.....
  • Pros: Clear Sound, Durable
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Overall 9
9.0

User Review

zunehdrocks, head-fi.org
16 December 2012
  • Summary: Bass: Definitely not an "extreme bass" headphone like the box says. There is a very slight bass tilt. Very tight bass. Very well extended with m50 pads. Mids: Pretty forward overall. Amazing with vocals. Amazingly smooth mids. Highs: Has a little bit of treble roll off. Sounds a little thin The overall clarity and detail is great. These really work better with an amp. Overall clarity, soundstage, and neutrality improves.
  • Pros: Clarity, detail, forward mids, build quality, mono switch (great for using with mixers)
  • Cons: Highs are a little thin/hollow , stock pads are bad
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