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Stanton has better .. - Reviews Stanton Magnetics DJ Pro 3000

The Stanton Magnetics DJ Pro 3000 come in a few different colors, the ones that I used had black padding instead of the blue padding one shown. They include low and high pass filters right on the phones. The cord is detachable so you can take it off for when they are getting packed for travel or just to keep your headphones neat and not have the cord wrapped around them. The Stanton DJ Pro 3000 headphones are dynamic with a driver size of 50mm. The cord length is pretty long so you don’t have to worry about stretching if you need to reach somewhere.

The DJ Pro 3000 are pretty good with outside noise. I have heard a lot better from Stanton but for the price these are not bad. The sound quality is pretty solid, I think they low end is a little too much for me sometimes, its like they have a natural bass boost or something because no matter what kind of song you play they still have a “thump” to them. They come with LED lights on them that blink while the music is playing and they even blink to the beat or bpm, which is a pretty cool feature that you would not expect to get on a set of headphones at this price.

These headphones do need a lot of work to the sound though, they are very comfortable and have some cool features. But the sound is the most important part. Even messing with the filters still doesn’t get the sound quality that I need when using to perform live with. These are a great pair to have for back up or for home practice use. But when it comes to performance time I can not use these. Also some parts of the DJ Pro 3000 are made out of cheap plastic and will not hold up for a long time. The Numark Red Waves are a better buy than these for the price.