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Behringer HPM1000

Studio headphone from Behringer

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Not for the deaf!

Behringer HPM1000Published on 11/22/18 at 03:20
Just received my Behringer HPM1000 Headphones in the post today. Well what can I say? They work and for under £10.00 any more than that surely is a bonus. Yes they are very plastic but not a problem if that saves on cost. They seem hardy enough.
The sound?? Well, have you ever decided at a modest gig venue to stand in the corridor by the toilets whilst the support band is playing? Remember the quality of sound? Well that is how I would describe the Behringer HPM1000 Headphones. Hey look, I am a musician and officially half deaf. In fact I am being fitted up for a hearing aid in the left ear next week. Seriously. However, with the Behringer HPM1000 Headphones I do feel as if the music is...…
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Just received my Behringer HPM1000 Headphones in the post today. Well what can I say? They work and for under £10.00 any more than that surely is a bonus. Yes they are very plastic but not a problem if that saves on cost. They seem hardy enough.
The sound?? Well, have you ever decided at a modest gig venue to stand in the corridor by the toilets whilst the support band is playing? Remember the quality of sound? Well that is how I would describe the Behringer HPM1000 Headphones. Hey look, I am a musician and officially half deaf. In fact I am being fitted up for a hearing aid in the left ear next week. Seriously. However, with the Behringer HPM1000 Headphones I do feel as if the music is coming from the house next door. Has that detached feeling of the frequency compressed into the mid range at a modest volume.
However I am not sending them back as for the price they do the job. No thump, no top, no definition but if I want that then I guess I will have to save up and buy an expensive pair. For now at the price I would recommend them.
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HarlemKidHarlemKid

Ideal for those on a budget

Behringer HPM1000Published on 12/03/12 at 18:10
The HPM1000 is single corded but the cable is not detachable.

The price for these headphones are a steal, they are currently $10.00 but the legitimate worth value of these headphones are from the $40-$80 range.

I'm not an audiophile but these headphones replaced my recently stolen Beats By Dre Solo HD. They do a decent job, they aren't like the beats but are way better than ear buds. When you play music at a full volume you cannot hear surrounding sound, only your music. But as all headphones do, they leak sound.

If these were to break I would get these again, they are great for DJing and Mixing (although they don't rotate or swivel). The 8ft cord gives you a lot of room to move...…
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The HPM1000 is single corded but the cable is not detachable.

The price for these headphones are a steal, they are currently $10.00 but the legitimate worth value of these headphones are from the $40-$80 range.

I'm not an audiophile but these headphones replaced my recently stolen Beats By Dre Solo HD. They do a decent job, they aren't like the beats but are way better than ear buds. When you play music at a full volume you cannot hear surrounding sound, only your music. But as all headphones do, they leak sound.

If these were to break I would get these again, they are great for DJing and Mixing (although they don't rotate or swivel). The 8ft cord gives you a lot of room to move around and does not constrain you.

The only main flaw is that these headphones are not for commuting, they are strictly for mixing/djing purposes.
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JamianJamian

Behringer HPM1000Published on 11/07/03 at 17:21
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I'm using this headphone for 4 months. IT IS the a versatile headphone of a remarkable quality for the price (17 Euros). The spectrum is well covered frquences despite some bumps in the mediums dsagrables quite acute. Its performance is satisfactory and allows it to be used on virtually no 'matter what kind. It remains all the same headphones amateur, but of an excellent quality price. Downside: the settings are virtually non-existent and the headphone does not hold itself in an optimal position.
With the exprience, so I think I 'invest instead in the HPX2000, of much better quality and more comfortable for 12 euros more. …
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I'm using this headphone for 4 months. IT IS the a versatile headphone of a remarkable quality for the price (17 Euros). The spectrum is well covered frquences despite some bumps in the mediums dsagrables quite acute. Its performance is satisfactory and allows it to be used on virtually no 'matter what kind. It remains all the same headphones amateur, but of an excellent quality price. Downside: the settings are virtually non-existent and the headphone does not hold itself in an optimal position.
With the exprience, so I think I 'invest instead in the HPX2000, of much better quality and more comfortable for 12 euros more.
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GlobosGlobos

Behringer HPM1000Published on 02/24/04 at 06:31
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Used for 6 months.
I wanted a headset Close to save the battery and vrifier catches the sound of instruments being repeated. Secondarily to a rapid pre-mix.
I do not know much in headphones, until I used a good headphone open but the player was too MUCH type and adjusts the low battery.
The errors are exprience in this case it's probably not quite expensive.
The appearance is quite "pro" but the construction is rather weak: the rglages do not, the costs do not remain plaques on the ears, blah, blah! Finally, it is not being protected collection outdoor noises.
The sound is just okay for most instruments. For the battery, while adtruit: I always feel like a dull snare without...…
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Used for 6 months.
I wanted a headset Close to save the battery and vrifier catches the sound of instruments being repeated. Secondarily to a rapid pre-mix.
I do not know much in headphones, until I used a good headphone open but the player was too MUCH type and adjusts the low battery.
The errors are exprience in this case it's probably not quite expensive.
The appearance is quite "pro" but the construction is rather weak: the rglages do not, the costs do not remain plaques on the ears, blah, blah! Finally, it is not being protected collection outdoor noises.
The sound is just okay for most instruments. For the battery, while adtruit: I always feel like a dull snare without stamp as audio on any system it comes out well.
Finally, we can not blame much either what the price is what you paid. Next time I would be less stingy.
My rating for apprciate the overall product, not the ratio Q / P is advantageous when same.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: HPM1000
  • Category: Studio headphones
  • Added in our database on: 08/10/2008

Multi-Purpose Headphones

They feature an ultra-wide frequency response, high dynamic range, a high-resolution capsule and oval-shaped ear cups with a comfortable headband.

Source: Behringer

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