Excerpt: Shure have a history of being purveyors of cart technology for DJs, but not really for headphones - until now. The 750DJs are Shure's grab for the ears of the discerning DJs around the globe, and haven't fallen far from the safe design zone. But there are some useful differences that sets then a little apart from the rabble. In The Box: Removable cable, adaptor and pouch, as well as a spare set of pads which is a nice touch.
Excerpt: As a manufacturer, Shure is very well known for its professional audio products. The Shure SM57 and SM58 microphones are virtually synonymous with live music performance. Now, the company is making a big move on the DJ booth with its 750DJ headphones. Like Shure’s microphones, these DJ cans deliver outstanding performance in a very rugged package.
Pros: Extremely Durable Build Quality, Great sound isolation, Brilliant highs and deep bass, Comfortable for long-term use
Cons: Slightly clumsy, Overly snug fit when wearing both earphones