Summary: I liked the new UR-55 so much that I upgraded to these and the sound quality is similar. These have a bit more clarity in the details and maybe a tad less bass, but it's better quality bass. DJ style headphones are usually a poor fit for me, but these are perfect. The earpads looks uncomfortable, but they're actually are! After hours of use, your ears won't get sweaty as easily. The only negative is that these are not a good match for straight out of a portable player.
Pros: comfort, price, sound quality, bass
Cons: really needs an amp to sound great and bring out the bass, coiled cord
Summary: When I burned in the DJ100 for 1h, and then listened with different types of songs, I decide to return the Sennheiser HD202. That is the first time that I do not want to take off my headset until I get tired. You can hear any sound with this headphone and the sound is very clear. The bass is not very strong, is very comfortable and suitable, so I can listen more longer. Just try it also for the price is 59$.
Summary: I just returned a pair of ifrog vertex headphones because of poor sound quality, and luckily, i found these! every complaint i had about the vortex set has been remedied with this exchange - the mids and highs are crystal clear, and the bass. while not as pronounced was with the vertex, the bass is actually much deeper and cleaner. The construction of these headphones is very sturdy and gives them an overall feel of quality and precission.
Pros: great sound quality, solid construction, stylish, foldable, great price
Summary: I'm a rookie disc jockey and I'm starting to learn how to operate to make a music, how to scratch, the repeat and stuff like that. Friend of mine who himself is a DJ and he recommend me to get a very good quality headphone, he had a Pioneer which is I can't afford so Koss will do. I tried them out at Best Buy store before I purchase them. It was amazing, I can hear every effect depth of it sound. Price don't hurt me at all. Headset are comfortable. Overall is great.
Pros: I don't have anything to say because I LIKE IT! =)
Summary: I've had these headphones for about a week. Right out of the box I was not convinced to keep these, but I had to let my ears adjust to the headphone's EQ levels after using the Bass/High happy JVC flats. After my ears got used to these headphones it was like stepping into audio heaven. The stereo separation and sound-stage on these earphones are fantastic. With these, I've heard things in the mix I missed with my old UR55's.
Summary: In the first test, using a THX Sound Blaster USB, did not like. Then I tested on my Sansui RZ-5200AV receiver connected to an E-MU 0404. So yeah, I could see how much this phone is good. The bass is very present, very defined mids and highs. The structure of the phone is excellent, durable. It insulates well outside noises and has a lot of pressure.
Pros: Sound quality, robust structure, good noise isolation.
Summary: For mixing music at home or at the studio, look no where else. These headphones have an eight foot coiled cable, come with the bigger jack that fits all soundboards, DJ Controllers, and amplifiers. They also have a machined metal ear-cups, which I've never seen on a pair of headphones under $300. You get so much for the little that you pay for these! I used to have the Beats by Dre Mixr's, and they were so incredibly uncomfortable.
Pros: Comfortable, Machined Metal Ear-Cups, Excellent Bass
Summary: After reading a lot about different headphones at a price point above these I found many people recommending the Koss Pro DJ100 headphones. Having a great experience with Koss PortaPro headphones in the past, I decided to give these a try. These are worth every penny and I would probably pay more than what they are asking. Mids and treble are good and not in your face, bass is clean and punchy.
Pros: Sound quality, clarity, bass, price, design
Cons: Tight clamp on big heads, requires some break in time
Summary: My intended purpose for these: semi-portable/work headphones. Sound: analytical, in the vein of Sony V6, but a bit smoother. Close to zero bass bloat which creates less impactful sound but gives a lot of detail down below (to my ears). Highs can be a bit piercing. These headphones do not have a very wide soundstage but still sound airier than most earbuds. My Kindle, smartphone and an HP desktop onboard soundcard don't have any trouble driving these.