Comfortable for long-term use, they collapse for portability and have been known to last years and years.
The sound quality is lacking a little bass.
Though these have a terrific sound, there's not a lot of bass. They're very comfortable to wear and pair up quickly.
The charging cable is short, and there can be a hissing sound when making the Bluetooth connection.
Comfortable over the ears, these headphones will also stay in place and are lightweight. They're noise-cancelling but not 100%.
There's a little static when the cord is moved and no deep bass.
As lightweight as these are, they block out significant background noise even though they aren't noise-canceling and last hours on a single charge.
There are no EQ options offered, and the mic doesn't pick up loudly enough.
These headphones offer the utmost in comfort, as the ear cups can be turned to fit perfectly, and the sound quality is better than average with balanced bass.
The battery can drain quickly, even when not in use, and while the noice-cancelling is good, it doesn't block all outside noise.
Headphones are among the most important pieces of equipment for DJs since they offer better audio quality than regular speakers alone. While main speakers drive the music for listeners and dancers, the headphones are for the DJ alone. A high-quality pair of headphones makes it easy to mix tracks, apply effects, perform scratches, and otherwise alter the performance music in real time. Compared to regular headphones, models designed for DJs often swivel at the cup, making it easier to wear just one side while leaving an ear open to hear the main audio feed in the actual performance space.
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