Sennheiser’s HD8 DJ headphones are the company’s top-of-the-range DJ model, and while Sennheiser has a huge name for itself in general headphones, we’ve never actually reviewed any of the company’s dedicated DJ models. Until now, that is. Read on for our Sennheiser HD8 DJ review…
Digital DJ Tips forum member DJ NSHYAP writes: “Could you please advise which would be the best headphones for DJing, taking into consideration noise cancellation, durability (not too plastic), weight (not too heavy), bass, and price (within $150)?”
Reloop has announced the RHP-15 DJ Headphones, a new model tucking in beneath the RHP-20 and RHP-30 in Reloop’s range, with closed earcups, 50mm drivers, a removable one-sided audio cable, and as folding design for ease of transportation.
A few years back, KRK introduced the KNS line of monitoring headphones for recording and mixing. With more music being made in bedrooms on computers, a cost-effective monitoring solution that offers a more “neutral” sound for DJ/producers compared to standard DJ cans is a must. We review the KNS8400 in this article.
The Ultimate Digi Headphone Bag is UDG’s all-in-one solution that can carry most of what today’s digital DJ needs, especially for club DJs that spin their sets using media players like CDJs. Will this be the only thing you’ll need to carry to your next show? We take a look in this review.
While more popularly known for its controllers like the Mixtrack Pro and media players, Numark is also a company that produces DJ headphones. What we’re looking at today is the Numark HF350, which is an around-the-ear pair of headphones meant for DJ monitoring. Are they any good? We find out…
This curious Kickstarter, called Magzet, adds a magnetic connection between your headphone jack and audio device aiming for hot-swap convenience, gear use safety, and longer plug life. The Magzet consists of two parts; the MagKap, which is what you connect to the end of your plug, and the MagJack, which is what you connect to your DJ mixer’s headphone outputs.