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    lol again! what is the difference between I and II actually ( I have II)

    And now I am doubting again:
    Allen & Heath Xone XD53 or
    denon hp1000 (I can get a slight reduction)
    Both have 53 mm drivers but I think the denon ones are better?

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    From what i've heard the denons have better isolation, and the A&H have better sound quality, and are more solid.
    2 months ago i had to choose between these 2 HP's, the specs are about the same, but i find the denons ugly, so..

    I think either of these HP's are excellent, so it's a choice of personal flavour!

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    sound quality or isolation.. very hard tradeoff, most important things on HP's.
    well since I am going to have ear protection it doesn't matter the slight bit I have to turn the volume up on the AH to compensate for the isolation, and the quality is better, and it is cheaper, and I am going to buy it xD
    and thanks for the help MG! (can't find the thank button srry :/ )

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    Technics RP-DH1200 ALL THE WAY!
    These are by far the best pair I have owned and continue to use.

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    Which are more comfortable over time + sturdiest (can take the most bending/beating), the AH XD53 or Senn HD25 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyk View Post
    Technics RP-DH1200 ALL THE WAY!
    These are by far the best pair I have owned and continue to use.
    Technics RPDH all the way +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by aki View Post
    lol again! what is the difference between I and II actually ( I have II)

    And now I am doubting again:
    Allen & Heath Xone XD53 or
    denon hp1000 (I can get a slight reduction)
    Both have 53 mm drivers but I think the denon ones are better?
    the I ANd II
    your talkin bout the senns right?
    umm the I if I remember right, are 50ohm
    the II are 70ohm
    so the II can go louder

    and the headband and ear pads are slightly different on the I.
    but yea like you i got the II
    great deal on them as well
    $200USD flat
    here in canada they want $380CAD for them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aki View Post
    Which are more comfortable over time + sturdiest (can take the most bending/beating), the AH XD53 or Senn HD25 ?
    sennheisers
    between sound damage (As in having them really loud)
    to bending and such.
    the sennheisers are a fuckin tank of headphones...
    and yuet are really light weight

    i love the senns also cause the dual handband you can adjust.
    i usually have half around the back of my head and the otehr part on top.
    works great for when im banging my head to the beat haha
    my technics always used to fall off (N)
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    Best headphone is the headphone where you don't get pain at your earshell's
    I sold my Sony's and Technics, expensive crap.
    Have now a KOSS UR.20, 30 euro's and I love it!

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    XD-53s

    Just picked up a pair of XD-53s by Allen & Heath. Man the sound quality is just as good as my studio cans!!!

    They aren't to heavy, and they are built like a brick shit house. If you break these cans without harming yourself, you deserve a reward.

    Only problem I have noticed is that after about 2 hours my outer ear gets sore because of the small cups. This is pretty typical for DJ headphones (for me). I think it may just be because I have ears bigger than dumbo.

    Bottom Line: these cans are a definite buy!!!

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    ^^ good to hear I think you persuaded me to definitely buy the xd 53, if my IE8's don't turn out that good for DJ monitors..

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    Glad I could help

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    pioneer hdj 2000 is my fav atm next to Sen HD 25 .. though they are pricey i think like 250-300 $ for 1 .. the sound quality / isolation / weight / EVerything is perfect.

    The Technics RP DH1200 honestly i hate those headphoens hurts ur ears like krazy and they are soo heavy . though the basss on it is nice .
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    Doktor Good, I heard that the XD53 has an overpowered bass and unbalanced mid/high?
    What do you think of this?
    I also hear good things about:
    Shure DJ750
    Beyer Dynamic DT770 or 780
    Ultrasone 750PRO

    Any experiences on those?
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    Aki, the thing with headphones/monitors is that you have to try them.
    It also depends on what you want to use them for. For instance if you use them purely for DJing a flat frequency response is not that important.
    Just a 'comfortable' sound color will do.

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