I’m not a DJ, although I have sometimes fantasized about getting behind a console and being the life of the party. However, if you are a DJ, one of your most important accessories is headphones, and you will definitely want something that is loud, clear, comfortable and stylish as well. Zebronics has tried really hard to come up with a product that fits all these criteria and it seems like they’ve come pretty close. But is it close enough to make me want to go out and buy them?

Design and Features
These are circum-aural headphones that cover your entire ear, and look really nice straight out of the box. And if the headphones don’t catch your eye on the shelves, the multicouloured packaging surely will. The design is a mix of glossy and matte finished black, giving these headphones a very stylish look.

Colourful on the outside, black and cool on the inside

Colourful on the outside, black and cool on the inside

The Diamond Series headphones look quite sturdy and feel pretty solid when you take them out of the box. But I really felt that the build quality was a bit lacking, as they seem to be a little flimsy. The inner cups of the headphones are covered with a nice, soft padding, making them comfortable to wear for long periods of time. Even the underside of the headband is covered in a similar soft material, providing some much needed cushioning for the top of you head. The right side cup of the headphone can be twisted so that it can be worn by DJs at an angle.

Angled for your comfort

Angled for your comfort

The wire for the headphones is nice and thick and the microphone/volume control is situated on it, although I really feel that it could have been a little closer to the mouth. The wire starts out straight and then becomes one of those stretchable coil-type cables.

Publish date: January 3, 2011 12:45 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 7:05 pm

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