|Apr 7th, 2009, 11:27 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Addict in Training
Join Date: Apr 2009
TECHNICS RPDH 1200 VS. STANTON PRO DJ 2000 VS. DENON
Hey I want to invest in a pair of new headphones. I just bought my first tables and I want to buy either the Technics RPDH 1200 or the Stanton Pro DJ 2000 or the new denons ( I dont have the model # right now)...
Which ones should I buy? I do care about weight and comfort besides sound ( from what i have read both of them are awesome) so which are more comfortable?
Also I believe the Technics are louder, but do the Stanton's do the job??
The 1000's of reviews online have confused me too much!! Help!!
|Apr 7th, 2009, 11:53 PM||#2 (permalink)|
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I'd pick the technics any day. Though there's nothing useful to say other than opinion...all do the job just fine. Go to a store, try em on and see which feels best/most comfortable on your head.
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|Apr 8th, 2009, 04:58 PM||#3 (permalink)|
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Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: southern california
It is hard to say on how comfortable a headphone is, because a lot of people have different shaped/size ears and heads. Your best bet is to go to a store, like what dustwave stated, and try them on.
Sound quality wise, the Technics and Stanton headphones are ok. They are both flat, but the technics has more bass. I can not say much about the denon's, because I never tried them. Denon's do make awesome audiophile headphones, such as the AH-D7000, but I hear their DJ line is not that great in sound.
If you plan to use your headphones for other things, besides djing, try checking out these headphones:
- Ultrasone DJ1 Pro
- Sennheiser HD25-1 II
- AKG K181DJ
Other than EDM, I listen to classical/jazz/acoustic and the technics (I use them for djing) do not cut it for me for those genres. haha.
Good luck on your headphone search.