headphone question

Discussion in 'DJ's, MC's & Turntablism' started by Stevey, Jul 31, 2009.

  1. Stevey

    Stevey New Member

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    hey,
    am looking for a new pair of headphones and have a bidget of about £70. i have been looking at the stanton pro-3000 range. is there anyone who has them/ knows about them that can let me know about the quality etc. or recommend anything else.

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  2. wordnz

    wordnz Member

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  3. wayneA

    wayneA Member

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    dont get stantons my mate got some a fews years ago n went thru 3 pairs in a year they just kept fallin apart! ive got sony v700s ad em 4 2 years n neva had no probs with them!
     
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  4. barnesy00

    barnesy00 DJZeroZero

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    only problem with sony headphones is if the wire goes in the cable between headphone and mixer, they are unfixable because the wire is too small to solder, this is from experience id go with the technics ones, even tho sonys are very good also
     
  5. Wellsy

    Wellsy Member

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    ive been surviving soldering the connections to my skullcandy's once every couple of months haha :D

    but today I got quite a decent set of headphones for 50 squid, the Sennheiser HD 215s
     
  6. DARREN P

    DARREN P Extent Recordings Group

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    senheissers the best way to go imo
     
  7. the-rippa

    the-rippa I'll Kill You Bastard !!!

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    I agree Sennhieser are the best way to go. U can't go wrong.

    Plus you can buy spares, lead, earcups etc really easy..