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Best DJ Head Phones???

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    My Shure 750 which I had and loved for the past 3 years broke...Thinking about getting another shure but I am liking what I read about the V-Moda M100 series...What you guys think?
     
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    beats dr dre
     

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    Beats By Dre and Sony Gamer Head Phone.
     

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    I would stick with the Shures, Ive had the 750s, 840s, and now the 940s.
     

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    best DJ headphones Pioneer HDJ200
     

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    i am currently using Technics RP-DH1200 for almost 4 years, its kindy heavy if you are using it for a few hours but is has a great sound and build quality.
    The headphones are very well designed and comfortable. You may not like tight grip when its on your neck, but they are well worth their price.
    They also block out many ouside noises and other people in the room cannot hear the music you play at normal levels. This product will truly provide a new listening experience.

    On some occasions i use a Pioneer HDJ2000, which is also a great DJ headphone, feels good around the neck and head, no empty space between the headphone and forehead unlike Technics RP-DH1200. The Pioneer HDJ2000 isnt cheap but they are well worth their price.

    They also block noises from outside and are very well designed and comfortable.
     

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    It's beats good? A lot of reviews knock out beats for mixing or studio
     

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    Dr dre beats
     

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    Audio-Technica ATH-M50x.....simply one the best DJ headphones out there.
     

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    beats, because of the bass
     

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    V-Moda M-100 and Dr. Dre - Beats Studio³ are both great. They both have astonishing sound. I personally like V-Moda M-100 when it comes to the bass. It's quite powerful.
     

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