As a DJ, you want your headphones to deliver a wide frequency response and high dynamic range. The Behringer HPX4000 headphones give you incredible performance for a price well within any budget.
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The HPX4000 provides everything you need for comfortable listening. The two rotating, reversible ear cups contain high-resolution cobalt capsules that deliver every nuance of your sound. Because of the demands of your active lifestyle, they've engineered the one-sided cable from the finest oxygen-free copper wire that resists tangling and provides maximum durability. The HPX4000 also comes with a 1/4" adapter for the 1/8" connector, making it compatible with everything from your MP3 player to your mixing console.
With the HPX4000 headphones, you get truly exceptional sound reproduction at a price that's sure to fit into your budget.
- High-definition bass and super-transparent highs
- Ultra-high dynamic range
- High-efficiency cobalt capsule
- Single-sided coiled cord with oxygen-free copper wires
- Round swiveling ear cups
- Ultra-rugged headband construction
- High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
- Conceived and designed by Behringer Germany
Reviews: PC Magazine
Mostly black with shades of grey, the Behringer HPX4000 DJ headphones wrapped around heads securely with the ruggedly constructed headband. The round swiveling ear cups secured the music to ears very easily, yet…
did not apply too much pressure. They prevented too much atmospheric sound from getting in and ensured clean listening. The high definition bass and transparent highs were apparent from the instant they put them on, and offered an impressively high dynamic range. The headphones came with a single-sided coiled cord using oxygen-free copper wires attached to left ear cup. The cord length was about 1m in a corkscrew curl but could unwind close to 2.5m.
PC Magazine says... "When the push came to listen, we decided to go with the Behringer HPX4000 DJ headphones....tops for quality, clarity and comfort as listening peripherals."