The Shure SRH750DJ Headphones deliver world-class audio performance, comfort, and durability to professional DJs. High impedance and maximized power handling optimize these Shure headphones for use on... Read More
The Shure SRH750DJ Headphones deliver world-class audio performance, comfort, and durability to professional DJs. High impedance and maximized power handling optimize these Shure headphones for use on high-output DJ mixers. Comfortable, padded ear cups swivel 90 degrees and allow easy placement on one ear when mixing. Replaceable cable and included set of replacement ear pads ensure a long-lasting lifetime of use. They also include come with a carrying bag and a threaded 1/4" (6.3mm) gold-plated adapter.
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professional piece of equipment.(not enough bass? buy a heaphone amp)I compared the Pioneer HDJ-1500 headphones to the Shure SRH750DJ headphones. I've used the 750's for the past few years and loved them so I do have a slight bias, but here it is. Seriously.. Shure's are better. The 750's are cheaper, have a more stable, solid construction(although the 1500's are a little lighter so that was kinda nice), the 750's come with a 350 mm adapter and a spare pair of the pads(neither are provided with the 1500's), and the overall sound quality is more clear and defined with the 750's. Both headphones are great, but if you want quality more than the brand name; go Shure.
These headphones suck. The sound is pretty low and if you try to turn the volume up from your mixer it'll only sound really distorted. They will probably last you along time, but I doubt you'll be happy with them. I had mine for a year and a half and I could'nt wait for mine to go out so I had a reason to get new ones.
Although they could have more bass, they are extremely balanced. I just want more bass but thats's just preference. It's also got a headband that's almost indestructible. They are extremely flexible and these guys are light. Good headphones and I've tried quite a few in this price range.
I was apprehensive of spending this much for a pair of headphones. Once I tried them I was completely blow away by their sound. Before owning these headphones I thought you had to have large speakers to produce the sound quality that they are putting out. They are a little tight on the head and after wearing them for over an hour you feel the pressure around your ears. I hooked them up to my iPod shuffle with no issues in getting enough volume. If you have the money they are well worth it.
I write this review about 4 months into owning my pair of 750s. I purchased these after having an unfortunate turn of events and having my 2000 series pioneers get stolen. Overall, i purchased these with the idea that the sound quality would be decent, but not as good as what i was used to....and I was very very wrong. The bass in these hits hard, the treble is clear, and for the price, the sound quality and noise cancelling easily keep up to anything within 50-100 more in price. Overall, I decided not to repurchase my pro2000s when i had the money, i think Shure may have made a believer outta me this time. These things are fantastic!! Cons: Every review should have the things that annoy you about a product and although this is a fairly short list, i figured i'd note it anyway. The fit: They fit quite tight on your head especially if you have a larger size head. Not uncomfortably tight, but not what i am used to. The ear pads: FANTASTIC sound isolation and quality, but they should've made them outta the same composite pioneer uses so they don't make you sweat as bad. Kinda annoying but the sound seriously does make up for it.
i Went through 2 Different pairs of sony Headphones. More specifically te MDR 500 and MDR700 Headphones. joints on both of them broke after a months use. decided not to go for more sony products despite the amazing Sound Quality you get. i looked around a bit more and Found these nice little headphones. While Mixing on my technics i looked at my needles and realised that "Shure" was a brand that made headphones. so i decided to look around. i read TONS of reviews for these headphones including reviews of these compared to the srh840. i still went for these because of the use it was advertised as. ohh man. i didnt even looked at specs till i put them on. but the bass is pretty deep and dead on. i LOVE the sound this thing produces. better than the mdr700. it may feel uncomfortable on your head but i have a big bushy poofy Hair so it holds up the headphones really well. It Produces Clear Sound for Dj's and the isolation on these headphones are amazing. My parents were yelling at me when i had these on and i didnt even realise they were there until my mom threw a slipper at me ( LOL ) but anyways i love the headphones and they are totally worth every penny. BUY THEM! BUY THEM NOW!!!
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