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).
Excerpt: 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.
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. :)
Great for heavy DJ use but not to appreciate the subtleties of music at home
20 May 2009
Excerpt: 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.
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...
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.