Alesis DMPHONES Live Sound Monitor

August 2, 2013 - Comment

Isolating Electronic Drum Headphones Product Features Great-sounding headphones ideal for studio and electronic drummers Comfortable, closed?cup, dual-ear design for great isolation from outside noise 1/8″ mini-plug with 1/4″ adapter for universal connectivity Related posts: Direct Sound EX-29 Extreme Isolation Headphones – Black Audio-Technica ATH-M50S Professional Studio Monitor Headphones Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 with 7.1

Isolating Electronic Drum Headphones

Product Features

  • Great-sounding headphones ideal for studio and electronic drummers
  • Comfortable, closed?cup, dual-ear design for great isolation from outside noise
  • 1/8″ mini-plug with 1/4″ adapter for universal connectivity

Comments

Jon the Art Guy says:

Leave em on the drums. I purchased these at the same time as I purchased my DM8 Pro set from Alesis. At 30 bucks, it seemed like a decent deal.First of all, they’re built tough. Thick-gauge metal wire band, oddball rubber headpads that lock them onto your head pretty well. Strong earcups; no squeaking so far.They’re big enough to fit on my head, and my head’s XXXL. I can fit my ears in just fine. It’s got a decent amount of noise blocking, but not enough to make my wife shout at me; probably the same as a cheap set of firearm-shooting earphones. In fact…they seem like they were these kind of headphones in a previous life.The sound quality? meh. It’s decent for the drums, though I think it’s a bit bass-heavy. Then again, most ear-covering phones are this way. I plugged it into my computer and played Animals as Leaders,CAFO @320kps and it was sort of like hearing it through a guitar speaker; bassy, very middy, not trebelly. Same thing when playing Death Cab for Cutie’s…

Gio "Gio" says:

D for decent! oh yeah! this product is solid! clear sounds? sturdy build/stretchable headband? decent isolation? reasonable price? perfect for studio/electronic drumming? ALL CHECK!

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