Pros:Good low end response. Easy to travel with.
Cons:Could be more comfortable.
The Bottom Line: If you’re mainly into MP3s, the Stanton DJ-Pro 60s have something to offer. If you’re commuting, they may be exactly what you need. But pay the right price.
Ive been looking for a decent pair of affordable traditional style sealed headphones. When I listen to music I dont care for outside distractions. Nor do I like the bulkiness of most traditional earmuff headphones so the Stanton DJ Pro 60s seemed to be the logical choice.
Recommend this product?
Compared to open style headphones, the sound quality of sealed headphones dont always compare favorably. However, these do a particularly good job at the low end. They also have some physical advantages over open types. For one thing, they do a nice job at shutting out any surrounding noise so logically theyll keep the music from reaching those who may not care to listen along. This, along with their ability to fold up, makes them ideal for the on the goers, commuters and travelers and such.
The way the cord comes out of only one earpiece is a plus. You dont get the V where the wires come together so theres less tangling. The cord is particularly long, about 12 feet. This is nice for the home but a bit too long for being on then move. The headband is self adjusting. When you put it on you pull it down to your ears. When you take it off they spring back. One size fits all. Theyre not quite as comfortable and a bit more cumbersome than I would of liked but theyre adequate.
What really caught my eye with the Stanton DJ Pro 60 was the way they can fold up to the size a bit larger than a baseball and be tucked away in the supplied pouch. The pouch is a nice looking flat black synthetic leather traveling pouch with the Stanton name and logo relief stamped into it. This is a nice feature for those looking for set of headphones that can be thrown in a suitcase or backpack.