Reloop’s newest addition to their DJ headphone range, the RHP-15, won’t break the bank, but how do they perform? We take a look.
DJs use headphones, but they could use IEMs. So we got a pair of Flare Audio R2Pro IEMs in for a test from a DJ rather than pure listening perspective.
When you’ve got the most revered DJ headphones in your roster, why on earth would you bring something else out? Well that’s exactly what Sennheiser has done with the HD8 DJ headphones. But they’re not just another HD25 variant and instead go for a different market. Jared Helfer wears, listens, and writes. And fails to break them too.
Headphones have to a lot these days. And the Reloop RHP-30 headphones attempt to work for DJs, producers and casual listeners. Mark Settle wears and writes.
While the Sennheiser HD25 has reigned supreme for DJs, the NOCS NS900 DJ headphones aim to turn your head a little. Arkaei’s head is more than turned.
Brand blinkers have no place on DJWORX. So judging the Urbanears Zinken DJ headphones on merit only, Dan Morse really likes what he finds.
DJ headphones break. Well all the others do except the GermanMaestro GMP 8.35D JFB headphones. We threw them up and down the worxlab for fun.
V-MODA are pro DJ headphones with lifestyle aspirations… or is it the other way round? Both actually, and the V-MODA Crossfade M-100 wear both hats well.
Cosmetic tweak or worthy upgrade? We A-B tested the new HD 25 Aluminium headphones against a regular pair and scribbled down our findings.
We looked at the Mixrs and liked them. But can the Beats By Dre Pro headphones get past the brand perception and prove themselves worthy?