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Sennheiser HD360 Pro Headphones (Black)
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DJ style means that you could fold it in a way that you hold one side to your one of your ears while you handle the mixer or the turntable with your other hand. If you check the photos about DJs you could see that he listening the music what he plays while he holds one side of the headphone to his other ear to listen into the next song he or she is going to play next.
May 3, 2014 by TT
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They fit me fine...hat size is 7 3/4, sometime 8...depends on hat
Jun 30, 2014 by Alapaki 95
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No, the one I bought is attached to the headset and cannot be (naturally) disconnected. My solution is keeping the extra slack tied.
Jun 29, 2014 by John C.
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Hey Peter, yes they do come with a larger jack adapter. But you may want to find a pair that has a removable jack all together. I do love these head phones though. The cord they come with is like a five or six footer though which would be nice for DJing too.
May 14, 2014 by Joshua
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These headphones come with a soft carrying case. It doesn't offer much protection; it's more for the convenience since you can spool the lengthy wire into it.
Jul 3, 2014 by Nolan T.
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hello there !! thanks for your good question . ( yes they do ) . you can also buy a bigger slip over jack at radio shack , so you can plug into yor home stereo or whatever requires the bigger plug in !! tom
Jun 27, 2014 by P62 COMANCHE STRONG
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No, not electonically. Only by the nature of their being over the ear which muffles some outside noise.
Jun 22, 2014 by RichBoston
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The cord is 1metre (3 ft) coiled, 3 meters (9 ft.) extended. It has a miniature DIN jack which is the standard audio jack on TV's and computers.
Jun 14, 2014 by Edward A. Beckles
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The clarity of highs is what I would describe as "bright"or "crisp" which hopefully is helpful. Since it's a guitar not a bass guitar these could work for you. I use them mostly for music and occasionally T.V.
Jul 21, 2014 by R. S. Ash
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