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DJ headphones normally have swiveling ear cups. This helps the DJ use only one ear at a time to correctly hear the difference between what he is playing in his headphones and what the crowd hears. The DJ uses these headphones to correctly balance sound response. Regular headphones do not have swiveling ear cups.
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Headphones are, in general, any electronic devices that act as receivers for signals from other electronics--such as MP3 players, computers, phones and other devices--and conv…ert said signals into vibrations which the ear processes as sound. These devices are, generally, attached to the head by some sort of hand or secured in the ears.
a hearing device usually used for mp3 players, laptops, portable DVD players, and things of that nature they are normally used at times when the people around you don't want… to hear what ever you are listening to can be in tiny uncomfortable ear drops, comfy fluffy earmuff like ones with sound quality that is not the best, or tight normal unfluffy muff like tight fitting great sound quality ones
Headphones where the earpiece can swivel. DJ Headphones are designed to block out lots of external noise to help you hear the next track in the headphones without it being d…rowned out by the noise in the club / bar / bedroom. They will be closed backed and generally quite comfortable for long periods of playing. Most have swivle hinges to enable you to listen with one ear and uncover the other one to hear the mix. Arguably the most popular DJ Headphones are the SONY MDR-V700DJ and the Sennheiser HD25-1. The sonys because they have good spring return hinges that help them stay on your head however you wear them and loads of accurate deep bass and the sennheisers because they are very light, durable and have a more accurate sound across the range.
What is the difference between cell phone headphones and regular headphones besides the size of the jack?
Cell phone headphones are most likely to be 2.5mm, while regular headphones are 3.5mm.
Can or cans are just other words for headphones They normally refer to closed back headphones used in high noise environments but can mean any over the head type headphones. …So if someone says hand me those cans you know they just mean headphones.
As long as the ohms are around 32 ish (I found a lot of people think is fine for ipods) and it has a 3.5 mm plug, it will most likely work And don't worry about the ohms to m…uch if you can't find it, because im sure that it won't be that high, but still try and find it the ohms really only have to do with how loud or soft you can make the music
Many musicians and movie makers will use the stereo sound channels for sound effects aimed at one or the other ear. If you watch a film wearing heaphones the wrong way around …(easily done, e.g. on a long distance flight) you'll probably quickly notice that 'something is wrong': cars appearing from the left on the screen, but the sound coming in from the right etc. Some music and some movies make more use of these effects than others, and for normal pop music it's rare that it would make any difference to you at all whether you put the buds in the 'right' or the 'wrong' ear.
Yes, you need a DJ headphones to DJ effectively. A DJ headphones is used to listen to the next song that a DJ will play. It is important because a DJ need to beat match and ti…me the transition flawlessly and in order to do that a DJ needs a DJ headphones.
Studio goes over the ear and solo's are an on ear head phone. If I were you get the studio, they cost much more, cover the ear, but the solo headphones sound the same as skull…candy hesh, and cost 130$ hesh cost 50$. the studio look better sound better and you can return them if you don't like them. If you get the solos you should be ashamed because the skullcandy hesh sound identical. The studio versions are meant to be worn comfortably longer and offer a wider and more clearer range of music frequency.
yes you can but im not sure about the webcam tho
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The sound quality. Over ear headphones tend to cancel more sound.
some have bigger drivers then others and are also made of different materials. Some also have better sound quality then others but if you are going to get a pair of them get t…he studios
You can get them at many places, even at a store like Walgreens. Large music stores have huge selections and some of the highest quality headphones like Skullcandy headphones.…
Technically, a "headphone" refers to a single speaker mounted on a structure worn on the head. Headphones (plural) refers to a pair of speakers mounted on a structure and plac…ed next to each ear, but with no microphone attached. A "headset" is typically a speaker (or a pair of speakers) with one or more microphones attached.