'Best DJ Headphones' Winner 2002
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There you go, was browsing around the sennheiser.co.uk site and found that the HD 25's (not the sp version) won that award. I'm trying to find the review they gave it at the moment >_<, & also what they compaired it to.
 
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er......?
 
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well sory i was pretty out of it last night.. the 280s and v6 might be more of value in terms of value for the price... but yea you are right..
 
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the V6 and HD280 PRO are better if you are interested in buying dj phones, but thanks for the info


Correction, they are a lot cheaper.



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Cheaper, yes. Better? Depends on your need really. I bought HD25 because none of the others are as portable.
 
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No need to impress on us your choice mate, we already know they re good. And alleyesonme, I would never dream of using the HD280 for DJing ??? The V6 may be good, I know a few DJ's who use the MDR-7506.
 
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hey... the HD-25-1's are awesome... i'd much rather have them than the HD280's or V6
 
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No need to impress on us your choice mate, we already know they re good.


Didn't know I wasn't allowed to post news on awards for headphones on this forum. Sorry...
 
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Originally posted by shuurajou
Didn't know I wasn't allowed to post news on awards for headphones on this forum. Sorry...


shuurajou,
I don't mind reading news like this. Awards does not necessarily mean much, but I'd like to know...Thanks for the news.
 
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i think the 280s are good because they block out lots of noise... and they are accurate. but for beatmatching and whatnot, the 25 would probably be the way to go, if you are willing to spend the money...




sorry shuurajou
i appreciate your post. i was just cranky and tired last night... just ignore me.
 
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