Cheap Headphones...

hyperd4eva

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Did search but could find anything about cheap ones!

Got about 30 quid to spend on them to be honest. anything that sounds half decent will be great. got some shitty little sony ones at the moment cant even really hear what im mixing without shoving them so hard against my ear it hurts after a while! :thumbsup:
 

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Indeed, your advice paid off last time my friend! can i really justify over 100 wuid on headphones though!!?
Yes, when buying dj equipment always shell out more cos they'll last. Payingt 120 quid for hedphones is shit but its better than buying 5 cheap pairs that wont last very long. Seinheiser HD-25 are industry standard. Wait a bit, save some more cash and buy those

my two cents anyway
 

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you should.

if you really cant justify it, buy some cheaper sennheisers. im rocking the hd215 and theyre not really much worse than the 25s, but alot cheaper.
 

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To be fair I got some American Audio ones from chemical when I was skint and mine broke. Cost around £30 and do the job! Don't look like braking any time soon either (although mainly cos they're absolutely massive!)
 

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Yes, when buying dj equipment always shell out more cos they'll last. Payingt 120 quid for hedphones is shit but its better than buying 5 cheap pairs that wont last very long. Seinheiser HD-25 are industry standard. Wait a bit, save some more cash and buy those

my two cents anyway
Wanye knows! All the parts on the Senny's are replaceable too!
 

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Got about 30 quid to spend on them to be honest. anything that sounds half decent will be great.
I´m using Sony MDR V150



They´ll do the job, I bought them 4 years ago, still working nicely. Got em for 24 € back then, they surely cost around 18 nowadays. I can understand peepz comments about cheap stuff but I never had problems with stuff like behringer etc. Lot of people treat their equipment like shit and then they complain about it being cheap :teeth:
 

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those sony ones do the trick, i managed to get some for a tenner ages ago lol, but fuck using em at nights and shit, save up definatley.
 

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Yeah I've got a pair of AKGs at home they're decent for the money, I upgraded to HD-25 mk2s before Christmas. They really are the dogs bollocks.
 

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It is always better to find the best, cheapest and best value for money headphones. This device will help you stay close to your favorite music wherever you might be. There are many different types of headphones available in today’s market, select the one that suits your requirement, as different models can serve different need and purpose.
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