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Koss ProDJ100 Headphones

by Koss
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List Price: $79.99
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  • Noise-isolating studio headphones
  • Folds flat for portability
  • Transitions from stereo to mono with the flick of a switch
  • Oxygen free copper voice coil delivers deep bass and signal clarity
  • 8 foot coil cord with 3.5mm plug and 1/4" adapter
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Technical Details

  • DJ-Style
  • Noise-Cancelling-Feature

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 2.4 x 7.9 inches ; 6.7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003X1BEKI
  • Item model number: ProDJ100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (158 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 23, 2010

Product Description

The full size Koss ProDJ100 headphones are the headphone of choice for professional DJs and music lovers alike. With stylish, spun metal ear cups that swivel 180 degrees, shifting between single- and double-ear listening is easy. Transitioning from stereo to mono audio mode is as simple as a flick of a switch. 

Koss ProDJ100s feature soft, closed cushions that create a perfect seal whose comfort is amplified by extreme bass response of these soft, closed headphones. Lightweight and long lasting with noise isolating qualities, the ProDJ100s even fold flat for ultimate portability.

  • Noise isolating headphones
  • Ear cups swivel for single/double ear listening
  • Closed cushions create perfect seal for great sound intensity
  • Fold flat for portability
  • Koss Limited Lifetime Warranty

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

These sound good and are very comfortable.
jeNOLA
I also found that the Maxell DHP-II has a VERY similar sound signature but it has more bass, more mid-bass and there is a lot more treble, but that's not good for me.
Travis Dockweiler
So all up, I would recommend this to everyone looking for a cheap pair headphones.
Naveed

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

131 of 138 people found the following review helpful By Travis Dockweiler on September 7, 2010
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If you check my other reviews you will find that i've been using the Triple Fi 10 for the past 3 years. I eventually wanted to switch to a regular headphone due to getting sick of putting foam in my ears. I basically tried dozens of headphones and stuck with the Sennheiser HD-600, Shure SRH-840 and Audio Technica ATH-M50. The later two had their issues and were not perfect. Just as I thought I was done with headphones I went into a local store and found this headphone. I took it home and was really impressed with it. It's very neutral and does not seem to do too much of any one thing. There is a lot of detail, but it's not excessive in any way. Everything is crystal clear. There is bass, but many many be disappointed in it's bass. It has a decent amount of bass, but it's not a bass heavy phone. If you want a headphone with lots of bass, look elsewhere. It has much more bass then say the Audio Technica ATH-AD700, but not as much as the Shure SRH-840.

Another thing about it's sound signature I like is that the highs are never fatiguing. They may be slightly rolled off a bit, but this makes it so that I can listen to these for hours. I absolutely cannot stand any sort of harsh highs in a headphone. The absolute best thing about these headphones is the vocals. They do female vocals better then many other headphones I've tried. The overall sound signature is so natural and just like i'd expect instruments to sound like in real life. Basically it's best to find a sound signature you like and try to find a headphone that matches it. All of our ears are different, so something I may like, another person may hate. These just have everything I want in my sound signature. Another thing I like about these is that the soundstage is very, very good for a closed headphone.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By novotski on August 11, 2010
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Don't be fooled by the claim that these headphones are made for DJ's, anyone can enjoy the great sound quality and design that make up the PRODJ100. When I first saw these I thought the ear cups were a bit small and that they wouldn't deliver the promised quality. But when I put on the headphones and blasted some music, it changed my whole perspective on the headphones. Even though the ear cups don't fully swallow your ears, the overall coverage is enough to fully enjoy the sound quality.

Another thing that caught my eye (ear?) was the noise isolation. Even though these headphones aren't categorized as noise cancelling headphones, the metal/leather ear cups and power of the small speakers were enough to completely isolate my music from semi-silent rooms up to middle level noise. Just thought it was a nice feature.

The PRODJ100 have crystal clear sound, great bass, sleek design, small ear cups but still deliver, a flexible cord that can be extended a great distance, a sturdy structure and a nice 6.5mm extension that I was able to use on my guitar amp. And with KOSS's lifetime warranty I think they are worth my $80.

Overall, great buy and recommended.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr Me on November 27, 2013
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Stopped working on one side for no good reason after less than a year despite careful use and storage in a plastic case. Koss USA swapped a new pair for the old, sent to Australia which is very generous. The headphones are good btw. Good treble resolution and tight bass. I like the amount and depth of bass, if it's in the recording you'll hear it, but those looking for over accentuated bass should look elsewhere imo. The Koss ProDJ1000 make my MEElectronics A161P (which are universally acclaimed it seems) sound inferior. The Koss has much higher resolution and tighter, bigger bass. Also better resolution and more natural than Grado sr60 (version 1) which I gave away after getting the ProDJ1000.
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22 of 28 people found the following review helpful By M. Johnson on May 10, 2011
My goal was to find the best headphones under $100. I tried the Audio Technica ATH-M30, Shure SRH-240, Sony MDR-V600 and Koss UR55, before deciding on the DJ100s.

At first I avoided any headphone designed for DJs, thinking they would have exaggerated bass. But since these were priced right and had good ratings on Amazon, I browsed through the reviews. Most people said they had decent bass but also great mids and highs.

Fortunately my local Best Buy had them in stock. I picked up a pair and tried them out.

Quite simply, they are outstanding. The other four pairs I tried were all closed or sealed cans, and all had that "canned" sound, like listening in a small, enclosed space instead of in open air. I don't know if the DJ100s are considered open or closed. They look closed. Nevertheless they sound crisp and clear from bottom end to high end, and have a good "soundstage", without the canned sound. The bass is nice and punchy, just the way I like it. They sound good with classical, jazz, rock and R&B.

They are also nicely made. The ear cups are solid anodized (black) aluminum, and the hinges are silver aluminum.

They are not the most comfortable of the ones I tried. They are a little tight and squeeze my ears a bit. Then again I have a big head. Still, I have worn them for an hour at a time and they are tolerable. Excellent sound is more important to me than perfect comfort, and I'm not likely to wear them for more than an hour or two at a time anyway. But for this reason I give them four stars instead of five. Judging by sound alone I would give them five for sure.

UPDATE:

I actually ended up returning these.
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