Can't get enough of FH
- Dec 22, 2003
Im looking for some good Headphones (like big ones, like DJ ones) for playing FPS, coz my folks get pissed off when i play halo when they have people round All prices considered
Erm that'll be the HD25 sp, HD25s range from £99 to £120 in places ive seen. Myself i have a pair of Sennheiser 280pros which i use mainly for djing and are very comfortable have excellent noise isolation.fatbusinessman said:"Don't want to spend too much" equates to £60? Yeep!
Sorry :/Stimpy said:
Any opinions on the Sennheiser HD600's?Scooba da Bass said:Bad points; It's very bass heavy and if you can find a zoomed picture the barrel, just above the arm of the cup, that connects to the headband will break very quickly. It normally shears in half vertically requiring either tape or glue. Your headphones are now stuck in one position.
Good points; It's loud which is handy if you're DJing in a large club.
You can't really fault them, especially at the prices I've seen recently for them. Only slight niggles is that they have a Y cable which I always find annoying especially if you move around with them on and that they are open. That might not be a problem for you especially if you are only using them indoors but you'll end up having to turn them up if there's a TV on in the same room. Be aware they are quiet if you are trying to play them off a portable and really need an amp to give you decent levels.Xavier said:Any opinions on the Sennheiser HD600's?
Most headphones tend to have a really dodgy bass and rely on the proximity effect to make it bearable. The Sennheiser HD25 on the other hand do have a decent response right down. I've found for example that stuff I've mixed monitored on Beyer DT150 is bass heavy but on the HD25 comes out just right.RandomBastard said:ive noticed no distortion on mine, tbh a decent pair of monitoring headphones shouldnt distort on low frequencies.