Numark Red Wave Professional Over-Ear DJ Headphones with Rotating Earcup

August 2, 2013 - Comment

RED WAVE headphones were designed with the entire DJ experience in mind. Their superior sound, eye-catching looks and comfortable design make RED WAVE headphones the clear choice of professional DJs. RED WAVE headphones are designed specifically for the professional DJ. They employ a comfortable, closed–cup design for great isolation from outside noise. RED WAVE’s large,

RED WAVE headphones were designed with the entire DJ experience in mind. Their superior sound, eye-catching looks and comfortable design make RED WAVE headphones the clear choice of professional DJs. RED WAVE headphones are designed specifically for the professional DJ. They employ a comfortable, closed–cup design for great isolation from outside noise. RED WAVE’s large, 50mm neodymium drivers produce clean, powerful output. Designed by DJs for DJs, these headphones have a convenient, swiveling design on one cup so they’re easy to wear one-sided between the ear and shoulder. The ear cups also have breathable protein-leather for DJs to remain comfortable during prolonged use. RED WAVE’s sleek, modern design ensure they look as good as they sound. RED WAVE headphones also come with a gold-plated 1/” adapter to quickly plug into MP3 players, and carrying case for quick and convenient transport.

Product Features

  • Designed by DJ’s for DJ’s
  • Swivelling earcup design lets you monitor house audio and the cue mix with ease
  • Breathable protein-leather padding that remains comfortable during extended use
  • Closed-cup, around-the-ear design maximizes noise rejection so you can concentrate on the beat
  • Large 50mm driver delivers punchy, defined low-frequency sound without distortion
  • Detachable headphone cable resists tangles, and connects to any 1/8-Inch (3.5mm) or 1/4-Inch (6.3mm) audio source
  • Includes a storage pouch for safe keeping between gigs

Comments

Jazzy G "Jazzy G" says:

Red Wave is the Next Wave in DJ Headphones! I’ve read countless reviews on every top DJ headphone out there from the iconic Sony MDR-V700DJ to the A & H Zone:XD-53’s and everything else in between, and I’ve decided to give Numark a try. My gamble was worth it: these headphones are some of the best all around cans out there for an incredible price!PROS:Build: solid build, metal adjustable bands, and VERY solid multi-pivot points. Read any forum on Sony and Pioneer headphones and a majority of the users complain that the pivots break or crack. I find that unacceptable for anything you buy, especially when you are investing $100+ for it. The Red Waves have VERY SOLID pivots with minimal fasteners (that is key to breakage) and feel like they will hold up even to the most rigorous use.Sound: I think most DJ’s appreciate a full sounding set of cans over a bass hog. Yeah, bass in tha face is always cool, but after a while it can get annoying. I’ve tested all kinds of cans and I prefer a…

LinderSMASH says:

Amazing quality for the price I wouldve given this a 4 1/2 if I could.The comfort on these are top notch. I have worn them for 3 hours with little issue besides getting a little sweaty. They are flexible comfortable, but still sturdy.Theirs alot of low end coming through so your going to have to tweak your EQ if you dont like that much bass, however, its there if you need it.The price point is amazing, somehow Amazon has these for 81 bucks when everyone else is 100. These definately stand up against 100, or some 150 dollar headphones ive listened to.The look is also great, these just look cool, they are bigger then expected, and stand out in a crowd (which is what you want when spinning at a club)The high end can start clipping a little at high volume which is the only complaint I have, but thats when I was pushing them. However this problem was so minute that I only gave it a 4 out of 5, and like I said, would give it a 4 1/2Bottom Line,…

hr says:

Numark redwave I purchased this item 2 months ago and when i first opened the box i was delighted to see that they actually look pretty well made and kinda cool ( a little big for my taste but still better then most ) When i first started listening to them my first impression was TOO MUCH BASS… and i mean not the good kind of bass, its not punchy or acurate, its more like a subwoofer thats just booming in ur head… So i decided to go for something much more respectful and got the Sennheiser HD 25-1 II… So now 2 months later when i’m finished burning in the sennheisers and did a little test. I was listening to some trance (EDM) and i suddenly saw my Redwaves sitting lonely at the desk, so i unplugged the HD 25 from the mixer and plugged the Redwaves… The difference was SO DRAMATIC that it made me come here and post a review…So my overall oppinion:-Redwaves look nice… A little to big but nice overall-The build quality is superb… for such a low price tag they…

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