Hey, you wanna hear a really cool headphonecomparison? Stick around for a minute.
Hello everyone, this is Brian from Sonic SensePro Audio.
Right now we're gonna take a look at Sennheiser's new HD 7 DJ headphones andcompare them to V-Moda's Crossfade M-100 and the Beats Studio from Beats By Dre.
Let's take a quick look at each pair and thenwe'll hear some audio samples.
First, the HD 7 DJ.
This one was inspiredby Sennheiser's own HD 25 with working DJs in mind.
The HD7 DJ features rotatable earcups,and a single-sided cable that can be attached to either side.
The voicing has been tunedwith an emphasis on rhythm and beat matching, while over-the-ear cups provide great isolationfrom ambient noise on stage.
Lets get the technical rundown.
Next, the Crossfade M-100 from relative newcomersV-Moda.
The M-100 has quickly grown in popularity due to it's unique styling and accurate voicing.
With a steel headband, frame, and outer-shield, these are some pretty robust headphones.
Here's the specs.
Finally, the Beats Studio.
These 'phones featurethe signature sound that Beats by Dre is famous for.
You'll find lots of extras here likeadaptive noise-cancelling and a 20-hour rechargeable battery.
Here's the specs.
Since the specs only tell part of the story,we have recorded each of these so you can decide for yourself what best suits your taste.
For more details on how we burn-in and recordour headphones, click on the spinning head.
OK lets give them a listen.
To hear more audio samples of these headphonesin a variety of musical genres, visit our resource center at sonic sense dot com.
Fromthere you will be able to access our entire library of demos, comparisons, and tutorials.
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