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.
When a product dominates a market, it’s logical that similar products will appear. AIAIAI, Beats, and NOCS have their take on the classic Sennheiser HD25, and Pioneer’s new HDJ-C70 headphones are jostling for a place at the front of the queue.
I am of a certain age where bits of me start to fail. And I’ve just hit the headphones vs glasses clash in style. Is it something that you struggle with?
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.
Is putting a VIP’s name on a product enough? Philips certainly hope so as they’ve announced their latest Armin Van Buuren product — the A5-Pro headphones.
Pioneer has all sorts of earbuds in the marketplace, but now they’ve gone top of the food chain with the new DJE-1500 and DJE-2000 IEMs.
Cool can get cooler, and the AIAIAI TMA-1 headphones get a splash of colour and the eternally cool Stones Throw logo. The first 300 pairs get vinyl too.
German DJ company Zomo was a long way from home, but did bring their Zomo HD-2500 headphones, along with a new bluetooth version.
Brand blinkers have no place on DJWORX. So judging the Urbanears Zinken DJ headphones on merit only, Dan Morse really likes what he finds.