KSHMR rocking the V700's while headlining sunburn goa.KSHMR has wore these headphones at numerous other occasions such as EDC mexico and also at his first show at fonda theatre at los angeles. Here are the links to the images clearly showing KSHMR wearing these. AT THE FONDA THEATRE:-headphones.http://static1.squarespace.com/static/536e97a9e4b0a44be2fa570c/t/5603e889e4b07f7d56f52383/1443096716832/IMG_0230.jpg?format=1500wmore
I bought many cheap headphones before this one and I regret to have buy so many entry level stuff. This item will greatly enhance your dj skills and the sound is phenomenal for the home studio too. Only bemol is that the headphone seems fragile. I have mine for a little bit over 8 years now and it's still working wonderful. I know others that broke their very quickly.
Have been using these since 1999. Well worth investing in quality and these have been worth every penny. Nearly time for an upgrade though. Finally starting to crack in spots.
I was looking for a pair of Sony MDR-V150 but I stumbled across these for a great price on eBay and I bought them and I’m glad I did. The dynamic range is quite good; excellent sound clarity, plenty bass and highs. Frequency Response is 5 Hz - 30 kHz. They have 50mm drivers. They are plastic but (what isn’t these days) and seem to be pretty sturdy. Just take care not to drop the things on the floor.
Relating to the appearance, I enjoy the retro aluminum style. It has a good quality solid feeling to it. Relating to the audio-quality, it is truly astonishing. You can feel the bass in the songs that have it. You can even hear tiny specific details in the audio. Overall, I definitely recommend these headphones if you’re wanting to start a career in music production. I’ve used these headphones since before I even started my career in music production, and I still enjoy them to this day.