Summary: Headphones designed in early 90s, It has 'something' which modern headphones just don't have. It is like old BMWs or mercedes cars. I can see that someone has spent time to make it. Compare to the latest dj headphones it has less watts but the sound is just unike, bass is still deep and loud and u can hear every sound.
Summary: I've owned many top end headphones in my time - Sony, Pioneer, Technics, Denon, Senheisser and if I haven't owned the other brands I've used them in clubs. These Technics are by far and away my favourites. The simple design means there isn't much to go wrong (the other fall apart). The sound quality is fine, yes there could be others that are better but I've never had a problem playing in clubs with these, complete block out the monitors if needed.
Technics RP-DJ 1200: Stylish and Reputable Headphones for the Professional DJ
29 January 2012
Summary: The DJ1200 headphones from Technics are a DJs favourite throughout the industry, they are a fairly priced at around £110 with deliver and are quality built with a stylish design and high quality output of audio. The 1200s come in a black shiny finish and have the Technics logo and model number on the sides of the earpiece's in an illuminative purple colour which again is featured larger on the headband section.
Pros: Very nice attractive design and amazing sound output
Summary: Hi, I have bought the headphones yesterday, and I have had delivery today in the morning about 9.20 :) This make me very happy. Thje product is excellent, BASS is deap and loud, very nice and old-school design. I would like to thx you guys.
Summary: Well... These were my first DJ headphones and I have to admit it was a great start! In general they have great sound quality, very (and I mean VERY!) strong bass but a bit flat on highs and meds. This means they will be great for beat sync but you might struggle slightly with precision on melodic stuff... and please please don't try it for classical music!
Pros: Very reliable, very DJ friendly and kick-ass bass sound
Cons: Bit heavy on ears and struggling on highs and mids
Excerpt: "If you're searching for some nice phones, with some nice ergonomy, you have to look at these... I've seen many deejays working with these here in portugal, i have played one time with them, and i just have to say, that this phones have a great sound, especially the powerfull bass and the clean highs... They're just great to monitoring, don't need some weapon speakers, this will recover that... They have a great definition, you know clearly when you ...
Excerpt: "In my opinion there are pretty much 3 main contenders for DJ Headphones with designs that don't copy each other. Technics, Sony and Sennheiser. There are others but they are mostly just copies of Sony's MDVR 700. Such as Pioneer's HDJ1000, Stanton's DJ Pro 3000 and Beyerdynamic DJX1. What I love about these headphones is the comfort. They really are a pair of comfortable headphones with their padded headband and nicely padded ear cups. It's not ...
Excerpt: Покупал в Миске японского производства за 1300000. Лучше наушников не слышал. Они без проблем все играют. Если что-то хрипит - значит хромает качество записи. Покупкой крайне доволен. Что касается давления на уши, я не заметил дискомфорта, даже умудряюсь в них засыпать) В этом ценовом сегменте лучше не найти.
Pros: Звук очень хорош: все отыгрывается так, как заложено в трэке. Подходят под все стили - универсальные, но лучше всего играют клубную музыку (как по мне). До сих пор можно с легкостью купить японского производства. Качество изготовления выше всех похвал. Шнур толстенный, переходник накручивается по резьбе.
Cons: Посадка на голове требует привыкания - соскальзывают, если трести головой. Шумоизоляция на 4 максимум.