Latest DJ Headphones: 5 Of The Best

DJs need two things: tunes and a pair of headphones. Show up at a gig without one or the other, and you're screwed. There's a reason why, despite all the changes in DJ technology, headphones have remained a staple in every DJ's bag. We round up the five best headphones from the past year...

Over To You: What Headphones Do You DJ With?

Ah, DJ headphones: with so many to choose from, and with everyone with their own preferences for style, fit, and sound, is there really such a thing as the "perfect" DJ phones? Probably not, but it's fun to toss this question to our dear readers to see what everyone's got strapped on their heads.

Review & Video: RCF Iconica By Benny Benassi Headphones

We're taking a look at the RCF Iconica By Benny Benassi headphones, a pair designed by respected loudspeaker manufacturer RCF in partnership with electro / pre-EDM superstar Benny Benassi. Are the headphones any good? We find out...

How To Customise Your Sennheiser HD 25 Headphones

We focus on customising the venerable Sennheiser HD 25, which has been a staple in DJ booths. Let's dive in and have a look at how our forum moderator DJ Vintage shifted from a standard issue pair of Sennheiser HD 25 IIs to the cushy and stylish pair that he's got at the moment...

Musikmesse 2016: Pioneer DJ HRM-5 & HRM-6 Headphones

Pioneer DJ just announced the HRM-5 and HRM-6 studio monitor headphones here at Musikmesse 2016. Meant for music production monitoring, both headphones feature adjustable headbands, detachable cables, and swivel earcups with isolation thanks to their memory foam ear pads.

Review & Video: Samson Z55 Headphones

In today’s review we take a look at Samson’s new Z55 headphones, which are the top of the line model in its Z Series of cans. They’re offered as pro reference headphones for studio use, but I also wanted to know if they can perform multiple duties as both casual listening / production headphones as well as DJ cans.

[NAMM 2016] Blue Lola Headphones Video Talkthrough

Last year Blue Microphones released a headphone that included an onboard headphone amplifier called the Mo-Fi. It was a hit with enthusiasts and those who liked the extra punch the onboard amplifier added, but for straight up DJing it was more than what was necessary.