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    Decent dj headphones

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    sorry if this is a bad section for this i checked the forum and didn't find one better.

    Hi I'm looking for a decent set of dj headphones to help with my production of music. my range is maybe 50-150$ really need a pair asap plz all input would be awesome!

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    used these for a while. Audio-Technica ATH-M30 Professional Monitor Headphones | Guitar Center

    They're good for being only $40. If you can maybe find them somewhere and try them out, you can decide on them. I think they're really good though.
    I've had 4 pairs and had 3 stolen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Epsilon-144 View Post
    used these for a while. Audio-Technica ATH-M30 Professional Monitor Headphones | Guitar Center

    They're good for being only $40. If you can maybe find them somewhere and try them out, you can decide on them. I think they're really good though.
    I've had 4 pairs and had 3 stolen.
    thx alot for your reply and i think i found the ones i want. there not the same but the brand is so thx for showing me them

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    ya no problem. Audio-Technica is good. Happy mixing.

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    Do some research and decide for yourself in my opinion, everyone has different hearing.

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    Sennheiser HD25 II are pretty much the industry standard. Great dj headphones, lightweight, durable, high output. Just go get them.

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    I use some $15 koss headphones for production and they're amazing

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    recently bought a pair of beyerdynamic dt 770 pro, worth the money!

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    Get the shure sr8 for bassy sound! get the AKG for more full sound.

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    Sennheiser HD-25's are considered the standard by many... I've seen them being used by reporters, for live FOH and stuff too.

    Currently I'm using a pair of Shure SRH-750's for DJing and AKG-K121's for music production/mixing.
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