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Sennheiser HD 6,7 & 8 DJ thread. Opinions, reviews, feedback, pics, discussions, etc.

Poll Results: Which one is to your fancy ?

 
  • 13% (25)
    HD6 DJ
  • 11% (21)
    HD7 DJ
  • 59% (112)
    HD8 DJ
  • 16% (31)
    None of them
189 Total Votes  
post #1 of 953
Thread Starter 

NEW SENNHEISER DJ LINE ...Opinions, reviews, feedback, pics, discussions, etc.

 

Great looking set of can inspired by the HD25s/Amperior line. The top model in the new Professional DJ line of Headphones - the Sennheiser HD8 DJ HAS REALLY CAUGHT MY EYE :)

 

Official product page here:

http://en-de.sennheiser.com/on-ear-headphones-stereo-hd8-dj

 

Great hands on of the top of the line DJ 8 model from Endgadget :

http://www.engadget.com/gallery/sennheiser-hd8-dj-hands-on/

 

Some Pics

 

 

 

post #2 of 953

I really like the look of the HD6 Mix, possible future purchase.

 

G44

post #3 of 953
I'm interested, good looking, likely with typical Senn comfort. Anyone seen pricing info?
post #4 of 953

They have been priced ...

$280 HD6

$329 HD7

$389 HD8

 

http://www.engadget.com/2014/01/11/sennheiser-hd8-dh-hands-on/

post #5 of 953
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Originally Posted by Bocefuss4500 View Post
 

They have been priced ...

$280 HD6

$329 HD7

$389 HD8

 

http://www.engadget.com/2014/01/11/sennheiser-hd8-dh-hands-on/


Thanks................now I want some impressions.  If the HD25 sound sig was the model, maybe these are nice tight basshead phones.................being DJ's I'd say thats a good chance. 

post #6 of 953
Again, why? Seriously Sennheiser, you ate going to have to discontinue the HD25 to sell these Iinferior headphones.
post #7 of 953
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Originally Posted by DJ George T View Post

Again, why? Seriously Sennheiser, you ate going to have to discontinue the HD25 to sell these Iinferior headphones.

You ain't even heard em' dude, give them a chance.

post #8 of 953
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Originally Posted by DJ George T View Post

Again, why? Seriously Sennheiser, you ate going to have to discontinue the HD25 to sell these Iinferior headphones.

Give it up already george. The HD25 is good but they certainly have their weaknesses. No reason to feel threatened. You are not your headphones (Tyler Durden Voice). It won't be hard for a company like Sennheiser to best themselves, especially with the on-ear limitation gone.

post #9 of 953
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Originally Posted by Tony6225 View Post

Give it up already george. The HD25 is good but they certainly have their weaknesses. No reason to feel threatened. You are not your headphones (Tyler Durden Voice). It won't be hard for a company like Sennheiser to best themselves, especially with the on-ear limitation gone.

The HD25 has no weaknesses for djing. These headphones are a cheesy attempt by Sennheiser to sell more headphones. These will not become industry standard. Mark my words.
post #10 of 953
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Originally Posted by DJ George T View Post

Mark my words.

 

No thanks. :jecklinsmile:

post #11 of 953
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Originally Posted by DJ George T View Post


The HD25 has no weaknesses for djing. These headphones are a cheesy attempt by Sennheiser to sell more headphones. These will not become industry standard. Mark my words.

 

Rofl you have to be joking. How dare Sennheiser try to out-do themselves and make money in the process. You sure do have quite the opinion about something you havent had a chance to even hear. BTW, since when were the HD25's the industry standard? Maybe a decade ago?

post #12 of 953
What is the release date of the HD8? Anyone know?
post #13 of 953
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Originally Posted by DJ George T View Post

The HD25 has no weaknesses for djing. These headphones are a cheesy attempt by Sennheiser to sell more headphones. These will not become industry standard. Mark my words.

Your word/post is a bit cheesy. This is an appreciation thread. No one is forcing you to spend your allowance on new headphones...


HD25s are sibilant at higher levels of monitoring. They also have that jabbing, punchy bass. The HD25s strengths were its durability and light-weight factor. Also the ability to repair/mod parts is very easy. They were also easily powered with any DJ mixer. I've owned them for 7 years thinking that they were the best thing since sliced bread. Definitely a good headphone. As for industry standard, I don't find that true. These look like they can be a real winner.
post #14 of 953

I like that it comes with extra ear pads and cables.  The design is very nice too!  Can't wait to see them in person at NAMM.

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post #15 of 953
If not for the sound I'd be willing to get them for pure aesthetics! Look at those blue accents....
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