Hi-Fi Professional DJ Studio Headphones – 50mm Neodymium Drivers Wired Headset

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🎧 Impeccable Sound

The Hi-Fi Professional DJ Studio Headphones are a professional DJ headphone which has dynamic bass sound.

The 50mm neodymium driver reproduces all your music’s dynamics and delivers controlled bass that DJs and audiophiles need.

It is ideal for DJ digital mixer, mixer panel, turntable, monitoring in recording studios, radio, film production, video, electronic news gathering–and virtually any application where high quality sound is required.

🎧 Comfort

Studio is a comfortable headphone that can be worn even for long working sessions.

🎧 Foldable Design

Studio is a flexible headphone that can be naturally adjusted to fit any sized head.

The ear-cups can be rotate both left and right for single-ear monitor.

Besides, it can be folded flat and put into the designed pouch when on the move.

🎧 Dual-Duty Cable

Studio is an adapter-free headphone, it comes with a detachable spring cable that with 3.5mm & 6.3mm plug on each end for different needs.

🎧 Durability

Studio is a super durable headphone in stylish look, it is made of black matte plastic and glossy finish trims, some of it having a slightly rubbery feel. It is durable enough to stand up the DJ booth and to be worn often.

🎧 Specifications:

  • Speaker: 50mm
  • Impedance: 32 Ohms
  • Sensitivity: 110dB +- 3dB
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz-20KHz
  • Max. Power: 300mW
  • Rating Power: 30mW
  • Plug Type: 3.5mm/6.35mm stereo
  • Cable 1: 2m-3m 9.8ft 3.5mm to 6.35mm coiled cable
  • Cable 2: 1.2m 3ft 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable with microphone


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Based on 10 reviews

5.0 overall

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  1. Grampa Joe

    The headpiece just arrived and it is truly superb. We purchased this headset to watch and listen to music lessons on my computer while we practiced on my keyboard. It was a nuisance switching separate headsets. This truly gorgeous headset is fantastic. It feeds the sound through each ear piece. I am amazed at the sound reproduction and very pleased with the comfortable ear cushions and especially how they fit over my ears (with hearing aids). It has two plug apertures ( one on each headpiece, the 6.3mm plug fits my Casio keyboard, the smaller plug 3.5mm, in the PC. Actually with the plug adapters available today it really wouldn’t make much difference what orientation they installed in the ear piece. The wire & plug set included worked out perfectly. Unfortunately, we bought another set of wired plugs also to make sure of the orientation as we couldn’t wait for it to get here and not be able to use it immediately. It performs beautifully. PS. a note of thanks to the manufacturer representative who answered my question regarding the feasibility of the headset with what we are trying to accomplish with the PC and keyboard (run two different units into one headset and hear both) Thank you

    Grampa Joe

  2. Ricardo Mera

    Beginning with the sound it is spectacular the levels of low and treble that allows you to use it is spectacular, its construction is of very good quality, it comes with two cables of very good aspect and quality. It is a product that gives a very good benefit for its coast.

    Ricardo Mera

  3. PocketSable

    I was looking for headphones with a removable cord and I am so glad I came across these.The sound is lovely. It’s really bass-heavy, though, so if you dont like that, you might want to look elsewhere. However, it’s not to the point where it’s painful or takes away from the sound quality. I keep picking up little bits in songs I never noticed before, which is really nice. And as a reply to the review who said these headphones are Mono; they are not. They are definitely stereo headphones.The headphones themselves are a bit tight. I have a small head and they are really snug. Which, I personally like as it gives me less background noise but if you have a big head, you might want to look elsewhere. The padding used on the ears are comfortable, though. Not top of the line but definitely better than anything i’ve had before.The only issue i’ve had is, the red cord tends to get fuzzy or only go to one ear if I accidentally touch it or something hits it. However, if I kind of jiggle it around it works fine. Considering it came with two cords, though, I dont see this is a really big downfall as I could just switch to the other cord if this one goes.Overall, i’m super happy with these headphones.EDIT: I contacted the company about the cord and they were more than accommodating. Seriously, best customer service i’ve received ever.


  4. SpeshalK

    Five stars “for the price”. This is a solid product so far. I tested them back to back with the behringer headphones (sorry too lazy to look up the model number) and liked these a lot better. The bass is noticeably different, and the sound is clear. They also offer a bit more isolation that the Sony MDR that we have at the church. Using them to monitor audio for a live stream in a noisy environment.The dual headphone jack is brilliant as far as I’m concerned. Maybe because I’ve never owned any other recent headphones with this feature, but the detachable cable plus the option of using 3.5mm or 1/4” plugs is wonderful. I’ve had lots of sets of headphones that fail in the cable and they become useless. I can only assume that these will last longer as you can simply replace the cable. They come with two cables, and the one with a different size on either end makes it the only cable you’ll need for any setup without using adapters- huge bonus. The other cable is a standard 3.5mm on both sides, which is nice to have.It took a few “usings” to figure out the twisting and collapsing angles of the phones themselves. It’s nice having the flexibility but if you aren’t a DJ then that can take some getting used to, moving them around.Only somewhat downside is the materials do feel a bit “lightweight” and cheap, but I haven’t noticed any issue with the quality as far as sound or construction. We’ll see how they hold up over time.In my short testing of similar headphones, these emerged as my favorite in the price range. I recommend them, and I’ll likely get another pair soon.


  5. Jairus

    Before reviewing the headphones, I would like to point out that the quality of sound in any given audio system is dependent on numerous components besides the headphones. For example, the sound quality on a cheap computer with a relatively cheap sound card and lower-grade software will not sound as good as a computer with an expensive sound card and higher-grade audio playback software. A graphic equalizer can dramatically alter the quality of the sound as well. I myself am using these headphones on an Acer 24 Chromebase and an Acer Aspire 3 laptop, with equalization, and they are a good match for these lower-priced computers.The first thing that I noticed when I put on these headphones is that they are much more comfortable than the type that presses *on* your ears instead of *around* them. The contain the music better, reduce outside noise, and stay firmly in place. The downside is that they will cause your ears to sweat because the pads are made of vinyl.As for the sound quality, I can hear a lot of sounds that I could not hear in some other headphones. For instance, I can hear the singer taking in a breath between stanzas; I can hear the individual strings and their notes when a guitar or bass is strummed or picked; and I can distinctly hear the difference in the tone of each drum and cymbal. In lower quality headphones, these sounds tend to blur together, and so you lose a lot of the fine details that are in the music but are beyond the output capabilities of the headphones. Of course, the quality of the recording varies from song to song depending on the quality of the original studio or live recording sessions.One word of caution: The higher the sound quality, the louder the music can be played without the listener realizing just how loud it is. For example, on my main computer, I can crank up the volume to about 97% without too much distortion, and when I take off the headphones, I am like “Wow! That was way louder than I thought!”These headphones, on an everyday computer, sound great for the price. I will be getting my wife a set of her own for Christmas.


  6. B. Patrick

    For thirty bucks (price I paid as of a couple weeks ago), these are far and away the best sounding headphones I’ve ever bought. I’ve had headphones that cost three and four times as much from labels such as vModa, Koss, Sennheiser, etc., and none sounded any better than these. They have great bass punch without being at all muddy or rumbly, and the rest of the frequency response range sounds great as well. Admittedly the Sennheisers sounded a little crisper overall but didn’t have nearly the fullness in the lower frequency range as these have, and they’re not even bass-boosted. (For the record, the OneOdio Pro 50 model IS bass-boosted; this is the Pro 10 model and it is not. Trust me, you won’t need the bass boost of the Pro 50s; the bass comes through very vibrantly and very cleanly on these Pro 10s.)The only complaint I have is that the ear cups rotate freely on no fewer than three axes, and it can be maddening trying to get them properly re-oriented when you’re putting them on. If I could offer just one suggestion to OneOdio, it would be to PLEASE add just a little resistance to rotation points of the ear cups so they don’t flop all over the place.Any complaints that might have brought this review down to 4 stars are offset by other thoughtful touches, such as:1) A detachable cord that can be replaced should the cord become faulty (the #1 cause of headphone failure);2) A 3.5mm input jack on one earpiece and a 1/4″ jack on the other so you can use a cord with either size jack;3) The inclusion of a cord with a 3.5mm plug on one end and a 1/4″ plug on the other so that no matter which size output jack your audio device has, you’re covered with that one cord;4) Converting whichever earpiece input jack that’s not in use into an output jack so that someone else can plug in (provided their cord plug is whichever size you’re not using) and the two users can listen simultaneously.These phones are so good my wife made me buy her a pair, so now we have two pair. That gave us a chance to test out this simultaneous listening feature with not two but three sets of headphones, and it worked through all three. So it seems like you can chain together as many of these as you have as long as the output signal is strong enough to feed however many are daisy-chained together.All in all these are some really good-sounding headphones at any price and especially at their current list price, and they have very interesting and thoughtful features per above. An enthusiastic 5 stars as long as they continue to function properly.

    B. Patrick

  7. NH

    Me: I’ve been a musician for 30+years. I’ve fronted a rock band, sat first chair in a symphony and performed with all kinds of groups. I do instrumental and vocal work, as well as DJing and producing music. I spend more hours in headphones than anyone I know and I have lots of different kinds.I DJ with in-ear monitors, so I bought these for casual listening, backups/consumer references for tracking and mixing, and situations where I’m playing with another electronic artist and I need to hear the mains directly. I hoped these would have enough sound quality to be up to the task, but be cheap enough that I could use them as backups and not worry about leaving them at a venue.Model reviewed: I bought the Pro-30 Upgraded Standard version in silver and brown.First, the good: These headphones sound great, especially for the price. They’ve got a V-shaped “consumer” tuning, as you would expect, but not as extreme as Beats or Monsters. It’s actually pretty accurate if you’re looking to reference quality consumer gear tuning profiles, not “audiophile” or studio reference profiles. The soundstage and separation are good, the clarity is good, mids are full and forward but balanced, treble is clear but not peircing or sibilant, and with the volume turned up, the bass really rumbles without getting muddy. Overall, they’re nice and warm, but still detailed, full, and not overly colored. I don’t think you could get better sound at this price or even 3x this price. They may or may not be up to audiophile standards (I don’t consider myself one) but they certainly reach the hi-fi bar. They’ll also please any bassheads without muddying up the music.They’re great casual listening headphones and with some EQing, depending on your preference, would be useful for mixing or tracking. I’ve found for hip hop and EDM they don’t need any adjustment for music production. The tuning isn’t skewed for bass, but they’re not thin, cold, “reference” headphones either. I actually like them much better than the AKG K92s that sell for $20 – $30 more, and I like them better than the Monster DNA 40s.I also tried them out for DJing and played about half a set with them. No issues at all with that application, although I switched back to my in-ears after a couple hours and since that’s my preference, I can’t give a full review specifically for DJ purposes.The double-sided cable and audio pass-through features are very smart and quite useful. I found that I used it as a built-in headphone splitter for casual listening and movie watching with my partner much more than I thought I would. I also used them connected to two audio sources to mix tracks from my DAW and listen to references tracks from a music player. I also listened to music while having a phone conversation. It’s a brilliant feature!The fact that two removable cables and a bag are included at this price is awesome.The earcups are incredibly plush and comfortable and provide a good seal. I cannot overstate the comfort of these earpads. It’s like a broken-in kidd leather couch on your head. I can only describe them as “buttery”. They’re the most comfortable cushions I’ve ever worn and I don’t think you could find much better at any price. Ditto on the comfort of the headband. If you have big ears though, they may not be a good fit for you as the inner diameter of the cups isn’t that large. Perfect for my tiny ears and peanut head!They look very stylish and I really dig the retro brown colorway and matching cable.The bad: Build quality and QC could be better. My pair has one side where the adjustment notches are nice and snug and one side where they’re a bit loose and mushy. It’s not terrible, but noticeable.Also, I’ve only had these for maybe a couple weeks and I’ve only used them a few times and been gentle with them. I was jamming with another DJ yesterday and went to remove the cable to fold them and put them away. I pulled on the knurled connector cover just like you’re supposed to, not the cable or the strain relief. The cover popped right off the connector. I was kind of surprised to see that it’s only held on with a tiny bit of weak adhesive. Bummer, because I actually thought the strain relief design looked pretty beefy.A couple days later, the right side driver started dropping out intermittently. I’m hoping I just got a defective unit and that the overall durability of the brand is better.Sadly, I wouldn’t use them as main cans for DJing. I don’t think they’d stand up to hard use. Perfect for backups or spares though, for casual home listening or as budget reference cans.I’ll contact the company to see if they can help me out and update this review with my results.Update 2/8/19: The company actually contacted me before I got a hold of them to offer a replacement! Great customer service there. I asked them about buying a replacement brown cable (I always need extras on hand). They let me know that they don’t sell the brown cable separately, but they sent me a red one free of charge. Solid.No issues with the replacement cable. I think I just got a bad one.I haven’t gotten the replacement headphones yet, but I’ll update my review when I do.Update 2/13/19: I got the replacement headphones a few days ago, in about half the time they estimated! Unfortunately, they sent the wrong ones. I got the cheaper Pro-10s instead of the Pro-30’s I originally bought.I snapped a pic and emailed the company and got a reply literally within minutes. They apologized for the mistake and immediately sent me a replacement for the Pro-30’s. They told me to keep the Pro-10s and enjoy them. Fantastic customer service and I’m upgrading my original 3-star review to 4-stars just for how good OneAudio is to deal with.Since I get to try the Pro-10s, I’ll go ahead and review those and report back. I’ll also update this review when I get the replacement Pro-30’s and get to spend a little more time with them.Update 2/26/19:So I got my replacement Pro 30’s just a few days after OneAudio sent them out. Very timely. They work great. No issues with the driver or the cable. I’ve been spending more time with them; producing music, listening to music, preparing tracks for DJing, watching media and listening to podcasts. I’m appreciating them more and more. The comfort is incredible. The sound quality of the large, 50mm driver is very good, and especially impressive for the price. They are clear enough for critical listening but they’re not fatiguing, which is unusual. The warmth and richness of the mids are really pleasant and the thickness of the bass is a treat. The treble is slightly recessed in the tuning and while clear, it’s not sparkly, magical treble, if that’s your thing. The upside of that is that you can listen to these phones for hours without your ears getting worn out.OneAudio has been excellent to deal with and has shown a real commitment to customer service. The 24 month warranty is very generous and they actually stand by it. They definitely earned my future business.I’ve updated my review from 4 to 5 stars for the replacement set and for OneAudio’s customer service.


  8. Sean

    I bought these last year and let them sit on my nightstand for 6 months thinking they were a solid buy but at the time I had no real use for them. I have since started a job in a noisy cube farm where I desperately want to block out all the ambient noise without having to pay the price for noise-cancelling headphones. I remembered I had these on my nightstand so I decided to give them a shot. I’ve owned hundreds of headphones and earbuds over the years and used them in a wide variety of situations so I consider myself a pretty good judge of sound quality and let me tell you…….HOLY SH*T These Are Awesome for the price!!! I have other over-the-ear headphones (studio monitors in fact for audio books) and the price to value ratio with these blows them out of the water! Seriously, if you’re looking for crisp clear highs, solid mid-range, and bass that rivals studio monitors in clarity and power at a price that’s too good to be true, then my friend these are the right headphones for you! I know I sound like a fan boy but I take listening in high quality very seriously. At this price no one comes close! These guys deserve to be praised for what they’ve done. And did I mention the comfort? I wear these sometimes 8 hours a day 5 days a week and the build quality and comfort you get, for the price, is second to none. Buy the whole family a set and young and old, you’ll see what I’m talking about.


  9. Martinex

    I’m not going to sit here and tell you that these are the best sound headphones I’ve ever owned (They’re replacing a pair of Sennheisers) but the sound quality is pretty damn good. What I really love about them is (a) How they feel. These headphones extend for people (like me) with larger heads. They rotate 45 degrees (at the head band) and the earpiece rotates 180 degrees (at the cup) guaranteeing perfect positioning on your ears. They also fold away for semi convenient storage (they don’t fold in the middle). They also come with two headjacks: One for your mobile device (3.5mm) and one for your stereo receiver (6.3mm). The mobile cable is approximately 4 feet long and has what appears to be a mute button. The Receiver cable is reversable and extends almost 10 feet. These things look great, they’re comfortable, they provide decent sound and when I inevitably destroy the cable I don’t have to purchase new headphones. Just replace the cable. All for just 30 bucks? You really can’t beat the value.


  10. Jet Mech 1

    This is an initial out-of-the box review:First off, what these headphones are. (40+ years of pro audio experience here).These are an excellent Home Studio/Personal listening headphones. DJ quality? Well if your talking a weekend warrior occasional party DJ, then yeah. Professional/Commercial DJ use that subjects them to a lot of physical punishment, then absolutely not! Lets get real, they’re $30.00 headphones.I give a positive 5 star for the following reasons: Sound quality to price point. I am hard pressed to tell any “real notable difference” between my high dollar studio grade Sennheiser or Bose headphone. These are also my first 50mm driver phones too. Here is my evaluated OPINION. Remember, all you really get on these reviews are just that, opinion………Test 1. THX Sound System Check. Very accurate reproduction.Test 2. Bose Studio Demo CD. Very Good.Music Tests:1. Also sprach Zarathustra, Op. 30-Richard Strauss; Excellent & Accurate.2.Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, Just like I was there. Nice crisp highs and great low frequency.3. AC/DC, Thunderstruck & Shoot to Thrill; Oh Yeah…..4. ABBA Yep, sounds great.5. Paranoid both GFR and BS versions, No disappointments here either.6. Lynyrd Skynyrd- Simple Man & Free Bird – Lets face it, it would take an Awfull headphone to ruin these. That said, Front row experience.7. IRON BUTTERFLY IN- A-GADDA-DA-VIDA, Rock ON!!8. Yanni Acropolis CD. Very Pleased here too.Here’s what these headphones Are Not! Thy are not Bass Heavy like some reviewers have stated. What they’re doing is actually reproducing more accurate Bass that what smaller driver headphones are unable to reproduce. I would classify them as “Bass Accurate”, not heavy. They are also not “skull crushers” as some have noted. I have been wearing them 5+ hours straight while reviewingI evaluated these both barefoot and also using a Neoteck NTK059 headphone amplifer. The amp did add a real positive dimension to the overall experience, however, I am sure all except the most demanding audiophiles will be very pleased with these just as they are. I just bought a second pair.

    Jet Mech 1