Originally Posted by shinysuitman
I know I'm biased here, but whatever solution works the best plugged into the DJM would be ideal. DJs love your headphones so why not make us your best pair?
I agree, DJM series (Pioneer Mixers) and iPhone 4/iPad 1 is what was used to primarily develop the LP/LP2 and used somewhat for the M-80. I had a bunch of famous producers/DJs use the M-100s this last week on DJM-900 and 800s, we got some great results (and these DJs switched from HD25 and Sony 7506s).
Originally Posted by Posam
That is very similar if not exactly what I was trying to describe in my post although I was thinking a mass produced model and a low volume or even limited production run higher end but potentially based off the regular version.
I'd like to in a future model, the LP/LP2 is two slight variations already for DJs. The big issue is in supply chain, it makes it difficult to make multiple drivers and switch.
The M-80 is what I feel an "in the middle" headphone, yet bassheads sometimes want a bit more sub 100Hz shaking club sound. But I am a basshead, and I love M-80 as is - it's just right for me for everyday use, but doesn't work as well for me to play live with for extended DJ sets. Right now the M-100 is split in between a M-80 and LP2 (LP2 has slightly lower bass than LP1).
M-100 won Best of Show @ CES from Beatweek, check it out! I love the picture of it, don't you?
We've been working hard on finalizing these for months as we demoed it to a select few at CanJam and CES (this is why Steve was so amped over at CNET). We won't release a product until it covers the target user's needs, Head-Fi's and M-80's feedback has crafted this product, just as I did the LP/LP2 with the 50+ DJs/electronic producers. Secondly as another barometer, I'd want to buy it myself. It's almost there, we aiming for perfection and settle for excellence!
Edited by valkolton - 1/30/12 at 8:57pm