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Behringer HPX4000
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Behringer HPX4000

DJ headphone from Behringer .

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Not worth it

Behringer HPX4000Published on 12/12/12 at 00:22
The HPX 4000 are made by Behringer and come at a cheap price. The sound of them is pretty standard though and it is nothing that makes them appealing. The look of them is nothing that stands out either with them being just all black. They can be adjusted to fit the size of your head and they are semi comfortable, because after about a hour your ears may get a little irritated and feel like they have a lot of pressure on them.
The sound in the HPX 4000 headphones is great on the low end, the bass will thump and it is a clean bass sound. But the highs are not very good and the mids can get really muddy when you turn these up. I was only getting these just for headphones to use with my......
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The HPX 4000 are made by Behringer and come at a cheap price. The sound of them is pretty standard though and it is nothing that makes them appealing. The look of them is nothing that stands out either with them being just all black. They can be adjusted to fit the size of your head and they are semi comfortable, because after about a hour your ears may get a little irritated and feel like they have a lot of pressure on them.
The sound in the HPX 4000 headphones is great on the low end, the bass will thump and it is a clean bass sound. But the highs are not very good and the mids can get really muddy when you turn these up. I was only getting these just for headphones to use with my laptop, I wanted a pair to have that I didn’t have to spend a lot of money for and that I was not afraid of breaking or losing. These are very cheap and nothing about them stands out to me. The best part about them is the 6 foot cable and ¼ adapter they come with. Other than that nothing sticks out and makes me want them. I have not had them long, and would take them back if I could. It is probably not even worth the headache of trying to sell them so I will just keep them around just in case, or if more people come to the studio and need a pair of headphones to use. These are not the worst headphones that I have used but they are very standard and sound like all of the basic headphones you can pick up at any corner store for 15 bucks that will end up breaking or going out on you within 6 months. So I do not recommend getting these, you can spend your 30 dollars on a different pair and get way more than your money’s worth.
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chauchau33chauchau33

Behringer HPX4000Published on 12/29/12 at 08:45
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I use it for 3 years.

This is not the best, but that's enough for pre-listening live mixing.

Least not Pouche and not pliable, so difficult to transport.
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djquakedjquake

Behringer HPX4000Published on 08/26/05 at 10:34
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Its been just three that I use myself as his confrre lach me after a me, he just not comfortable bettement grill.niveau top f it will hurt his ears I have a small head but for those who have had a big head adconseiller. its low noise level to the bass is pretty good Submitted.
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-W- aka ian wallace-W- aka ian wallace

Behringer HPX4000Published on 02/06/06 at 02:59
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I bought these headphones two months ago, I use it almost every day
It is lightweight, can be too! I do not advise nags
At this price it's obviously not the super strong
I wanted a closed headphone for voice taken with my static, well the contract is fulfilled: nothing comes out of this headphone! and that's all we asked
It does not hurt the ears a priori, but maybe I keep it long enough to judge
The biggest problem: too flattering low, I would not recommend to mix a song, a better pair of speakers
report quality price: unbeatable headphones closed my opinion
Thomann 39 euros, I say bravo and thank you behringer
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: HPX4000
  • Category: DJ headphones
  • Added in our database on: 08/10/2008

Closed-Type High-Definition DJ Headphones

High-quality components, with high-efficiency cobalt capsules and a single-sided cord with oxygen-free copper wires as well as round swiveling ear cups.

Source: Behringer

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Other names: hpx 4000, hpx40 00, hpx 40 00, hpx4000

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