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Shure's SRH750DJ headphones are specifically intended for professional DJ use.

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Pros

Bass frequencies do not resonate, remain very clear even in loud environments (e.g. while Djing, the intended purpose)

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More affordable than many competitor's professional DJ phones

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Bass and mids do not overwhelm like predecessor Shure models

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Excellent compatibility with mixing equipment or amplifiers

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Lightweight components increase comfort during long periods of use

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Excellent quality bass frequencies, louder than competition (e.g. Denon)

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Cons

Headband does not support earcups as well as most over-ear sets

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Build quality is not terribly durable, mostly plastic and hinges creak

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Shure's SRH750DJ headphones are specifically intended for professional DJ use and accordingly are calibrated to work best with  high-power DJ mixers. The earcups are comfortable and padded and can be swiveled outwards to monitor while mixing. To ensure longevity, this set includes an additional set of earcup pads as well as an extra cable. These phones also have a very wide frequency response and high max power input. The cable is detachable and three meters long and connects to the headset with a secure bayonet clip. Drivers are 50mm and use dynamic neodymium magnets. Also included is a carrying bag for portability.

Features
  • 50mm drivers
  • Dynamic neodymium magnets
  • 3000mW power input (1kHz)
  • 32 ohm impedance (1kHz)
  • 5Hz - 30kHz frequency response
  • 106 dB/mW sensitivity (1kHz)
  • 3m coil cable
  • Portable
  • Folding earcups
  • Replaceable earcup padding
  • Includes extra pads and cable and carry bag
  • Detachable cable
  • Gold plated 1/8" jack and 1/4" adapter
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