Shure SRH750DJ Headphones Review by John Young of the Disc Jockey News ...
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Shure SRH750DJ Review To make sure that any exterior damage is minimized, Shure designed the 750DJ headphones with extremely rigid, high impact plastic that has been painted silver and feels as if it could take repeated abuse without showing much in the way of battle scars [...]
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The best Black Friday deals for DJs and electronic musicians Shure: Shure is offering discounts on a bunch of products through the end of the year. Some headphone deals include the SRH550DJ for $79 (regularly $99), the SRH750DJ for $99 (regularly $149), and the SRH1840 open backs for $399 (regularly $499 [...]
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Yamaha HPH-MT8 Headphone Review Shure SRH750DJ. Our Take. The Yamaha HPH-MT8 headphones are a no-frills, durable set of over-ears with excellent sound reproduction for the money, easily providing some of the best all-around sonic performance at their price point, and adding in an [...]
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Hands-on with the BoomStick Headphone Audio Enhancer After testing the Boom stick with the ear buds that come with the Apple iPhone 6s, a pair of Shure SRH750DJ over-ear headphones, a pair of Shure SE315 in-ear headphones and a pair of Monster iSport over-ear headphones, she found the most noticeable [...]
When it comes to headphones you won’t find much bigger (literally) than the Shure SRH750DJ we’re looking at here. Most of us buy earphones specifically designed for iPods or iPhones. But there’s a trend for people to use bigger, and bigger headphones. Specially people are increasingly using headphones designed for DJs (which are large cans like these) instead of regular headphones to go with their iPods and iPhones. The Shure DJ earphones provide superb audio quality, far better than most earphones we’ve tested. Because they’re designed to be used in noisy environments like clubs they work excellently in the street or on public transport, and are a good alternative to in-ear canalbuds when it comes to separating you from the world.
Great sounding headphones often come with a less-than-great price tag, leaving many to use the headphones that come standard with their smart phones. For instance, Dolby’s Virtual Speaker uses algorithms to manipulate sound waves, making two-channel stereo sound into 5. 1-channel sound without a giant, expensive system. BoomStick uses an audio processor housed in a small dongle with a processor that you just connect between your headphones and anything with an audio jack. Turn it on to enhance sound in regular listening environments or double tap to boost sound in loud environments.
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how to get really good sound what do you mean with a decent set of bins? thanks For headphones have a look at the shure SRH750DJ, picked these up 2 months ago and they sound amazing. I also opted for the SB ZxR soundcard over the onboard on the maximus vi hero. Everyone has their own ... [...]
Shure announces new "DJ" headphones The new Shure SRH750DJ professional DJ headphones have a few other tricks up their proverbial sleeves as well. The coiled cord is replaceable as is the padding around the ear cups, and you can also turn the ears 90 degrees for when you need to hold the ... [...]
All Access: Mutemath The Cue Mode feature of the PSM900 is great because I can still listen to everyone’s mix.” Meany listens on Sensaphonics. Mitchell and guitarist Todd Gummerman are on ClearTune monitors, while King’s stage mix is fed through Shure SRH750DJ headphones. [...]
Is Any Set Of Headphones Worth $300? One Of These Is… [Review] I picked 3 units for the review, the Shure SRH750DJ over ear monitors, Beats Solo HD on ear by Monster and Shure’s SE315 in-ear buds. They are priced at $220, $229 and $300 respectively. Before I start, I know a lot of you will be saying that you don’t ... [...]
We take a look at our best DJ Headphones and pick out the most comfortable options, as well as those with the best frequency response and the the greatest isolation.The best DJ headphones are reliable, sturdy and of course great sounding options that won’t break down after the first sign of some sweat or those first few gigs. You need extended frequencies, good isolation and of course, something that’s going to last you many years of hardcore use whilst being completely comfortable after...
IntroductionAs a manufacturer, Shure is very well known for its professional audio products. The Shure SM57 and SM58 microphones are virtually synonymous with live music performance. Now, the company is making a big move on the DJ booth with its 750DJ headphones. Like Shure’s microphones, these DJ cans deliver outstanding performance in a very rugged package. Designed with a disc jockey’s needs in mind, the 750DJ headphones represent what Shure is known best for: Road-tested performance.Out...
The SRH750DJ Headphones from Shure deliver world-class audio performance, comfort, and durability to professional DJ's.High impedance and maximized power handling optimize the 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 product life.Features* Product Type: Headphone* Earpiece Design: Over-the-head* Earpiece Type: Binaural*...
Dear Lifehacker,I'm curious about iTunes' equalizer setting. Should I turn it on and use the included presets when I listen to music? Or should I listen to it "as the artist intended?" I'm kind of confused as to why it's there.Sincerely,Adjusted AudioDear Adjusted,This question isn't so black-and-white—in fact, it depends entirely on your preferences. But we have a few suggestions for you to get the most out of your music. If you want to know more about how an equalizer works—whether it's the...