In this photo, Sean Tyas can be seen wearing Sennheiser HD 25-1 II Headphones while doing a DJ set, as evidenced by the double headband design. Photo is captioned, "Awesome weekend in Leeds for #ds8 and Stockholm for Audiology. Now time for some studio work this week. #norestforthedegenerates"more
Dirty South's headphones of choice when DJing, which can be clearly seen in a photo he posted "Giving a hi5 to Toronto at #veldfest". However, he can also briefly be spotted wearing the Sennheiser HD 25s when working on music at home in the YouTube video "Dirty South - Speed of Life - Making the Album".more
In EquipBoard's own profile photo for Alex Metric, he is seen performing a live set using the HD 25-1 II headphones. More recently, he has been seen DJing using them at a show at Comerica Theater in Phoenix, Arizona in September, 2015: http://photo.rukes.com/comerica/slides/comerica_037.htmlmore
They're well-built and sound even better. Nice and punchy (though can be a little bloaty at times; that's if you're being REALLY picky though). I honestly didn't expect them to be so balanced across the frequency spectrum and stuff while having such great design and modularity... =)
Best headphones I've used so far. Really transparent and in no way colors the sound. Just lets your hear the music as the original artist meant it to be heard. These aren't crazy expensive and won't break the bank. I paid about $250 for my pair. I use these also to listen to music. I don't want to use another pair of headphones.
Well, Build quality is very good and the different angles that these can achieve is extremely flexible. Just have to take a look at the music industry to see these headphones are popular amongst the pros.