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  • fllo47fllo47

    Behringer HPX2000Published on 12/31/03 at 03:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This fact may nearly two months that I use
    * His forte> The Sound quality
    * His weak point> cells too brittle

    I already have a grill cell, I replaced's and now it is the second that starts to make me the miseries (sometimes there rained the sound, then I increase the sound and returns (that does not have a fau-contact))

    If you do not you server to the mix it was perfect otherwise the cells will not last long
    Apart from that it is very comfortable.
  • dj bandoinedj bandoine

    Behringer HPX2000Published on 02/14/05 at 01:35
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    Wesh well I g is a headphone for roughly a year, bought 28 gl (sonovente May 2005)
    for me i doesnt hurt, me for my 2 g of very low acute grsillement ds cot right, good for its price fo pa not ask upscale.
    if the port is pleasant and the sound o pluto good start.

    for me it a good investment if you seen a headphone change tt year.
  • BeyondRBeyondR

    Behringer HPX2000Published on 01/09/13 at 12:32
    What I like most about these headphones is the price , their cost is extremely low , so it's fitted for any budget.
    As I mentioned above , the price of these headphones is very low , but don't make irrational conclusions , you still get a high quality touch , I was surprised of the mids and highs , even the low part sounded quite good.

    This product combines some typical dj headphones with some social ones.

    The general aspect of these headphones and the design included is quite good , I haven't notice any discomfort wearing them.

    What I also like about these headphones is the low bass included and the clear quality of the high frequencies , the dynamic range of the high sounds ind…
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    What I like most about these headphones is the price , their cost is extremely low , so it's fitted for any budget.
    As I mentioned above , the price of these headphones is very low , but don't make irrational conclusions , you still get a high quality touch , I was surprised of the mids and highs , even the low part sounded quite good.

    This product combines some typical dj headphones with some social ones.

    The general aspect of these headphones and the design included is quite good , I haven't notice any discomfort wearing them.

    What I also like about these headphones is the low bass included and the clear quality of the high frequencies , the dynamic range of the high sounds indeed good.

    The high-efficiency cobalt capsule is also a great incorporation , the durability and longevity is assured because of the material that these headphones are made of.
    Another great feature are the two cups that are reversible for even more comfort.

    My opinion about the value of price is very very great , this product costs only 20 $ yet you get a high quality product that may compare to some of the more expensive type of headphones.

    Precision and quality of sounds is also a turn on , these headphones provide a more than a decent quality in terms of frequency richness , they succeed to rich a pro level.

    I've tried several headphones along the way, however I never find such cheap headphones that can compare to some that cost a lot more.

    Knowing what I know , if my budget would be quite low , this would be the perfect choice because of its easy to use , the softness of the pads and the quality provided.
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  • theaudioandvideoguytheaudioandvideoguy

    low bass

    Behringer HPX2000Published on 03/24/12 at 21:05
    The Behringer HPX2000 headphones will bump pretty good around your ears. They are really good with those low frequencies. Seems like they have an automatic bass boost to them though, but not that real muddy bass that we all hate that sounds distorted. They produce more of a clean bass that doesn’t distort and sounds more the way the original producer and engineer intended for us to hear the bass in the song.

    The Behringer HPX2000’s will work great if you are a DJ and you want an affordable set of headphones to get you started. These will definitely work for you and wont break your pockets in the process. These are very solid reliable headphones. I have yet to hear of anyone’s going out …
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    The Behringer HPX2000 headphones will bump pretty good around your ears. They are really good with those low frequencies. Seems like they have an automatic bass boost to them though, but not that real muddy bass that we all hate that sounds distorted. They produce more of a clean bass that doesn’t distort and sounds more the way the original producer and engineer intended for us to hear the bass in the song.

    The Behringer HPX2000’s will work great if you are a DJ and you want an affordable set of headphones to get you started. These will definitely work for you and wont break your pockets in the process. These are very solid reliable headphones. I have yet to hear of anyone’s going out on them and not working anymore. But if they do, Behringer is pretty good about their products and keeping there customers happy so they will find away to replace them or maybe even fix them if they can be fixed. These headphones can compete with some higher model Technica DJ headphones that are on the market today. Behringer really isn’t known for the headphones they create. But they far exceeded my expectations with these.

    Head down to your local Sam Ash or GC and try these out and compare them to some other DJ headphones that are more expensive and you will see what I mean. Even if you don’t DJ and you just want some good headphones these will work great. If you are an engineer and want some quality affordable headphones to do some reference mixing in, these will work just fine. You can really get your lower end bass to have a nice thump to it. Especially in music like Dub Step with those thumping/wobbling baselines, these headphones will really make them stand out. Purchase these and start listening to music in a new way.
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  • GregosGregos

    Behringer HPX2000Published on 10/01/03 at 06:09
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    I recommend this headphone one ... His only atrait may be its price, but the quality still is in the bottom hurts.

    Few thundering you say it, but the highs: The sound is priori correct (for the price but the lifetime is ultra limit. I have two gun conscutifs : / (though utiliss respectively on a VMX 200 (behringer) and a Pro-1832FX (behringer)

    Dception ...
  • bionicbionic

    Behringer HPX2000Published on 04/04/04 at 14:44
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    Like all owners of these headphones I just gun down the cot right (more sound) after 1 month of use.
    Then it was on this headphone is not cheap but it does not instantly.
    Avoid this place.
  • The saintThe saint

    Behringer HPX2000Published on 05/25/04 at 14:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Bad day ...
    I use this headphone for 4 months more, and right now the cell has died ...
    The sound crackled, so I opened the headset to see (to my great surprise) the son of no thicker than a thread stitching, this is one of them was damaged, and my cell no longer works right ...
    I read in another review a consumer who has had the same problem, I'm not the only ...
    I begin to fear, for I also have the Behringer DX1000, and I hope it is more robust than the headphone (it was still good air).
    In short, disappointment:
    headphones cheap, attractive, good sound quality, but died after 4 months of loyal service ...
    I think I'm going towards the beyerdynamic (Closed for the 770 does n…
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    Bad day ...
    I use this headphone for 4 months more, and right now the cell has died ...
    The sound crackled, so I opened the headset to see (to my great surprise) the son of no thicker than a thread stitching, this is one of them was damaged, and my cell no longer works right ...
    I read in another review a consumer who has had the same problem, I'm not the only ...
    I begin to fear, for I also have the Behringer DX1000, and I hope it is more robust than the headphone (it was still good air).
    In short, disappointment:
    headphones cheap, attractive, good sound quality, but died after 4 months of loyal service ...
    I think I'm going towards the beyerdynamic (Closed for the 770 does not mention), which looks much more robust.
    Finally, go your way, despite the attractive price (about thirty of sonovente.com €), a word to the wise
    Ciao
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  • LvrLvr

    Behringer HPX2000Published on 09/30/04 at 02:13
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    I will not be as ngatif. I use it for 2 years. Trs good sound. Lgr (so comfortable). I work almost exclusively with headphones, to my DMOS in my little home.
    It is clear that this headphone is fragile. I dj for the resolder once. But good for its price, I think it's a correct purchase.
  • tomthesnowsurfertomthesnowsurfer

    Behringer HPX2000Published on 11/14/04 at 07:48
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    A forgotten right away, lean in the right atrium dtruite after one week and tremble when the bass is too loud.
    Forget ...
  • dj-noobmy700dj-noobmy700

    Behringer HPX2000Published on 01/04/05 at 15:04
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    I drive me there one month APRS n'tait not this the right ear I heard nothing but the left!
    I will strongly deprecated, plus it does not sound enough to carry a box of prcoute ...
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