Technics headphones what ones?

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  1. Junglist_007

    Junglist_007 learning difficulties

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    Hi Guys what Technics headphones would you recomend out theses three RPDJ1210, RPDJ1210 and RPDJ1200. At mo ive been using set Technics stereo headphones as soon as i turn volume up it goes all distotred. Need get good pair. Thanks guys
     
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    I'd suggest getting some Sennheisers rather than Technics... I take it your gonna use them for mixing right?
     
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    ill second that, sennheiser hd 25's, pricey though
     
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    For the same price as those Technics Headphones you can buy a good pair of Sennheiser HD25 mk1's, which have almost double the ohms independance and a much better frequency response, ideal for clubs and playing loud.
     
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    hd25s are well worth the price! you wont regret it!!!
     
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    have a look on ebay.co.uk bro. got mine off there in excelletn condition about a year ago for £60!
     
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    I use rpdj-1200 and there fucking quality mate. You can get then brand new for about £80 I think.
     
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    yeah sienhiser are wicked but there quite expensive ..ul realise how much it will improve ur mixing tho
     
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    Yh i be using them for mixing. I have look at Sennheiser HD25. Thanks for all replys, nice 1.