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Panasonic RP DJ600

DJ headphone from Panasonic .

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Panasonic RP DJ600Published on 01/19/11 at 06:02
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I try to put the situation to know in what context must take into account this review.

I was looking for a closed headphone, powerful enough and well insulated for use only portable (iPod classic, iPod touch, HTC Legend and Cowon S9) So my criteria was as follows:

- ~ 32 ohms impedance
- Sensitivity 100dB/mW
- Short Cable (1.2-1.5m max)
- Solid
- Not too bulky

I excluded the ITE (I've already 'very' good) because they are too complicated to remove and to enjoy it.

My basis for comparison will be the Sony MDR-V300 that I used the same approach in recent years.

"For how long have you been using it?"
Not very long. About 1 month

"Did you try many other models before getting...…
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I try to put the situation to know in what context must take into account this review.

I was looking for a closed headphone, powerful enough and well insulated for use only portable (iPod classic, iPod touch, HTC Legend and Cowon S9) So my criteria was as follows:

- ~ 32 ohms impedance
- Sensitivity 100dB/mW
- Short Cable (1.2-1.5m max)
- Solid
- Not too bulky

I excluded the ITE (I've already 'very' good) because they are too complicated to remove and to enjoy it.

My basis for comparison will be the Sony MDR-V300 that I used the same approach in recent years.

"For how long have you been using it?"
Not very long. About 1 month

"Did you try many other models before getting this one?"
Yes. I was fortunate to have a seller very nice and available to Magma 11th
I try all the headphones in the same price range (between 50 and 80 €)
I went into the store to buy ATH-SJ5BK. The seller advised me to try this headphone. I was very skeptical, Panasonic has never been part of my references in audio ... I was very surprised, after a small personal library consists of Metallica, Black Desire, The Beatles, Led Zep and Amy Winehouse, I preferred the overall sound of the latter. Lower less overwhelming, clearer sound.

What thing do you like most/least about it?
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I find the build quality quite convincingly for a headphone to 50 €
Insulation is very good (in input, in output I have not yet received a complaint)
The "moss" are pleasant enough and I can wear several hours without pb. (I could not with a MDR-V300 for example)
The cable is suitable for portable use.
At her, it's still a headphone at 50 € ...
The bass is quite good, although this will not overwhelm the rest as though on some headphones costing five times as much (Yes I'm talking about Monster Beat o))
The mediums are fairly well defined even if I still a little on my hunger but as always with these headphones. (The source is also not much in these parts missing)
The highs are sometimes down (eg on some Led Zep where there is a big bass line with guitar riffs on the side) but it is nice to listen, not nonexistent.
On the most harmonious music, oddly enough it's better.

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The sound is a bit 'muffled' but it's a closed headphone first prize.
It is hard after a while, but it is also what is asked.

"What is your opinion about the value for the price?"
Very good. I paid my MDR-V300 at the same price, really is no comparison. It is not comparable but I paid my UM2 or my E4C 4 or 5 times and the noise difference is not as important.

"Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?"
Yes, certainly for this simple use. I buried the idea of being able to do everything a headphone. But it's true that hard to iron these sounds after spending 2:01 Grado SR 80 or K271 MKII on the head.
This is the hardest to judge.
However if I play in my Sony behind, there's no picture. It is far superior to all levels and have more than 40m a cable folded in my pocket.





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  • Manufacturer: Panasonic
  • Model: RP DJ600
  • Category: DJ headphones
  • Added in our database on: 06/08/2010

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