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Behrhinger High-Definition DJ Headphones HPX2000
List Price: $29.99

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Product Description

The HPX2000 high-definition DJ headphones are high-quality headphones for demanding users in home and live applications. Their superb frequency response, high-efficiency cobalt capsule, and single-sided oxygen-free copper cord promise uncompromising performance. You get high-definition bass and super-transparent highs, and ultra-high dynamic range. They feature flexible, turnable, and foldable round-shaped ear cups with ultra-rugged headband construction. Technical data: *Capsule diameter: 40mm *Frequency response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz *Max power handling: 100 mW *Impedance: 64 ohms *Sensitivity: 110 dB @ 1 kHz *Cord length: 2.0m *Connector: 1/4" TRS stereo jack

  • High-definition bass and super-transparent highs
  • Ultra-high dynamic range
  • High-efficiency cobalt capsule
  • 1/8" connector plus 1/4" adapter included
  • Single-sided cord with oxygen-free copper wires

Customer Reviews:

  • Great headphones
    The feel and sound of these headphones are great, the look of them are very professional and the construction is solid. If I were to have one pet peeve on them though it would be that i would of preferred the ear cup a bit biggr to encapsulate my ear better...more info
  • Behringer
    Pros: Great sound and are very comfortable , you can be hours with them, very loud

    Cons: When you have the song has a very low bass the headphones the sound get really bad(bad bass), does not isolate a bit it is like if you dont have them on...more info
  • great value, good sound quality
    These are great. I am buying a second pair to keep at work. The sound is great, especially for the price. They also have a pretty long cord, which is great for me, as the standard 3m cords are too short in my opinion.

    I also use these for DJ use, although I only DJ at my house, so take that for what it's worth. I had a pair of $200 Sony DJ headphones, and they were slightly better than these. Except that they broke. Twice. They were replaced by warranty the first time, but not the second. For a little over a tenth of the price, I got headphones that I like about 90% as much. That's a good deal in my book. ...more info
  • Sound Good but small for over the ear.
    These sound great. Definitely the best sounding headphones I have bought that are under $20. The slots for the ears are a bit shallow so if you don't have really flat ears they will still press on your ears a bit; not as much as on the ear headphones would but more then I would expect an over the ear headphones would.

    For the money these are great headphones though....more info
  • Good product for the money.
    This is a very good product for the money. Very clear sounds and comfortable feel for the head piece....more info
  • Impressive bang for the buck!
    I own and have owned some great sounding phones(IMHO). (BeyerDynamic DT 880's(current favs), Sennheiser 201's-202's & HD 570's,Sony's(low budget) and some Yamaha's) I was impressed by the Behringers. Crisp and vibrant highs with very decent low end soundstage for open air phones. I broke them in for a day and I was pleased even more. I have red reviews on audiophile forums that won't even smell them and I just can't see it. I mean they are $20! You aren't going to get leather and magnesium frames for that price Comparatively Sennheiser 201's run at a similar price range and they are excellent for the price. I like the low end on the Behringer's a little more. Behringer doesn't have the history that Sennheiser does but the performance is there. You also get a few extra features like a single side cord, 1/8 inch plug with a 1/4 inch screw on adapter(L shaped plug). TheBehringer's are also a bit more comfortable than the 201's and 202's with DJ functionality and adjustable headband.
    A solid buy I think...I also purchased a pair of these for my wife who does music composition and vocal work. She thinks they are great....more info
  • Great set for short usage times
    A couple of things to note - it looks like these have the huge foam pads that go around your ears. They don't (the pad sits on your ear). I find the other style is more comfortable if you're going to be listening for a few hours (that's my reason for knocking 1 star off). Otherwise, they're pretty comfortable.

    And as mentioned, the noise isolation is nil. In fact, it's almost like they tried to interfere as little as possible. It is really nice that I can hear everything going on around me. It feels like using speakers, except I'm not broadcasting what I'm listening to.

    Sound quality is exceptional on the high-end, adequate on the low end. They're very bright, but nothing that a little EQ can't handle. For $20, sure beats earbuds....more info