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Technics RP-DH1200 DJ Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Locking/unlocking cord for easy replacement without losing the entire headset
  • Reinforced joints to help prevent breakage
  • Folding swing arms for various applications
  • Large diameter driver units
  • Includes carrying pouch
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Technical Details

  • DJ-Style

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 8.7 x 4.6 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002EXJPM
  • Item model number: PAN RP-DH1200 DJ HEADPHONES
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (137 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 3, 2004

Product Description

Amazon.com

You want absolute quality, style, and comfort on the decks, or at the studio? Technics has the 'phones to fit your needs. Closed-ear designs ensure that you hear every note, folding swing-arms allow for one-sided monitoring, the 24k gold plated stereo plugs make flawless contact, and every set is made to handle very high volumes.

Feature List

  • Locking Replaceable Cord
    An easy to replace locking cord means you never have to toss a working pair of headphones because of a broken cord again. To replace, simply twist and pull to remove the old cord, then insert a new one and twist it into the locking mechanism.
  • Reinforced Joints
    Reinforced joints help prevent breakage in folding parts.
  • Folding Swing Arms
    The RP-DH1200 can easily fold into multiple configurations for standard use, one-sided monitoring and storage.
  • More features
    • Carrying pouch included
    • Large Diameter (50mm) Driver Units
    • High 3,500mW Input Power
    • Swivel Mechanism for free-style listening
    • Padded neck band for added comfort
    • Frequency Response 5Hz-30kHz

Product Description

Free-Style Monitoring with Swivel Mechanism

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This is a very comfortable and great sounding headphone.
Peter I. Hidas
They do get a little rough on the ears after wearing them for hours on end, but I don't know any headphones that don't.
A. Jackson
The sound quality is slightly less than Bose but MUCH better than Beat By Dre.
Neil

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By moose on January 31, 2007
If you are tired of the flimsy, plastic, sony headphones, well you have other choices. For dj's who use their headphones often, the Technic/Panasonic RP-DH1200 is the answer. The sound quality is very comparable to the sony vj 700's, and arguably better (particularly in its bass response). But what makes these headphones a great deal is that the cord is replaceable and so are the chushion pads on the headphones. I will warn you though that the headphones are slightly more heavy on the head than the sony ones, but for me it hasn't been that noticeable to me. Anyways, good luck in your search.
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By James Josephs on January 17, 2007
I'm into quality, and that's what you will get from these Technics headphones. I'm not a DJ, but I know these headphones work great for home listening. The volume can be turned up without any distortion at all. You may even want to record your mp3s at higher bitrates because you will be able to hear the difference between 128 and 256. The headphones are very well designed and comfortable. I find it hard to stop listening to them because I like them so much. The coiled cord stays out of the way. These headphones may be a little too bulky to wear walking down the street, but they are well worth their price. They also block out many ouside noises and other people in the room cannot hear the music you play at normal levels. This product will truly provide a new listening experience.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Eli GH on June 23, 2008
Like I say, expect the best from Technics and, of course, from this great set of headphones. As a home DJ, musician, and quality sound seeker, I did a vast amount of research before buying an over $100 set of cans. As many mention, the Sennheiser's and Sony's do sound very good. But that is just it...good. If you own a generic set of headphones you will be noticing the difference immediately. However, if you do know something about sound and music, and even if you don't and are just searching for an excellent-sound-providing set of headphones, search no more. The DH1200s are 1) made to last, 2) handcrafted beautifully, and 3) they will blow your mind away with the clear, crisp, precise, enhanced, and over the top, high quality sound.

I specialize myself in trance, house, and electro-house music, and results are simply what you hope to expect from a respectable brand as Technics. Club and Venue DJ's should definately "hook-up" with a pair of these. They're designed like a tank...durable. And even though they may be around one or two ounces heavier than the competition, everything pays off in the sound; nothing really significant. Plus, their comfort is also very decent. I'm sure your ears or head will mind them just a little bit after a long and continuous three to four hour use. But nothing a brief 5 minute break can't handle. This is definately not a con; all headphones, due to their made-to-keep-sound-inside design, will be like this. Also, the sound is kept and locked in amazingly. Once more, for venue and club DJ's this is a definate plus. Be sure to be mixing your beats with no problem at all while your crowd enjoys at the other end.
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21 of 28 people found the following review helpful By M. Ho on July 7, 2008
I've owned two pairs of these. I agree with the other reviewer that they sound the best out of any DJ headphone that I've owned, but they are not durable. The headband and joints broke with both pairs within 6-8 months. I thought that I may have been hard on the first pair while using professionally, but the second failed after a few months of deliciate use. Dissapointing, especially at this price point.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Craig Dority on August 27, 2008
Every time I break a set of phones, I get a different brand and model to try new things out. That was until I got these. Now these will break, but keep in mind every swivel DJ phones in this range will break just the same in about a year or 2 depenindg how to treat them. You should always have a warrenty for phones anyways so the durability shouldnt even be an issue. THEY ALL BREAK. First off, a huge advantage to these is the comfort. Not only are they the most comfortable dj phones in this range, but unlike some others, they are completely closed ear. The sound quality is fantastic. Better than the denons or the pioneers. Sony 700's have better sound sure, but at the cost of the most uncomfortable DJ phones I ever had. They are a bit heavy, not too big of a deal. They are bulky but the styling is decent too. Did I mention, unlike the pioneers and denons, they also come equipped with a detachable plug and the quarter inch at the end has a 90 degree arm on it so the cord wont get in the way on most mixers. listen, your not going to go wrong on pioneer hdj1000, sony 700 or even the newer denons in this range. But these Technics have a slight edge over the swivel phones at this price range. You want something better than Technic dh1200? be prepared to spend at least 300.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Zachary Diaz on November 24, 2007
These headphones are absolutely incredible. They recreate sound perfectly and I was able to hear new things in songs I had been listening to years thanks to these cans. They fit over my ears (and head) very easily and comfortably, which is one of the most important product specifications for me -- I am beginning to DJ and will be wearing these headphones in excess of 3-4 hours at a time, and they have yet to begin hurting my ears (which is a problem with most good quality headphones, they begin to hurt after too much use) but not with the DH1200.
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