This morning Apple announced the iPhone 7, a new version of the mobile device that started the smartphone revolution nine years ago. Unlike every other model of the device, the iPhone 7 does not have a headphone jack on it - just a single Lightning port for charging or attaching other compatible accessories. Why did Apple make this change, and could it ever happen in the DJ/production industry? Read on.
It's been a while since we've taken a look at audio-reactive accessories and projects for DJs! For a fun Friday article, we thought it would be interesting to look at a few of the cutting-edge projects that are gaining traction and might bring innovative audio-reactive DJ lighting to the masses. Read on for more:
As 2015 comes to a close, companies are releasing their final products of the year. Today two new headphones from V-Moda. The first being V-Moda Crossfade Wireless Bluetooth-enabled headphones, and the second being Roland's collaboration with V-MODA, the M-100 AIRA headphones which are made to be the perfect headphones solution to use with Roland's AIRA gear.
In-ear headphones are typically seen as fragile and poor quality when it comes to listening to music. However, V-MODA is saying that doesn't have to be the case. After not releasing in-ear headphones in four years, the company has announced the Zn in-ear headphones.
Any DJ who has ever worked a bar gig knows that, occasionally, you might be asked to announce something to the crowd. But if the DJ booth doesn't have a microphone, this becomes a bit more of a challenge. However, using a bit of old school DJ trickery, you can very easily use your headphones instead. Watch Ean's throwback tutorial inside!
Hearing loss in DJing is no laughing matter. The career of a DJ is filled with towered speakers, blown monitors, and over compensated headphones. If you don't take care of your ears when your out in the field you can be at risk of losing a vital body function that you need to DJ. That is why it always important to practice preservation techniques to save your hearing.
No matter what music you mix or what you mix on, headphones are a necessity for any DJ. Pioneer has always been one of the go to DJ brands when one is looking for quality in sound and production. Today, Pioneer has announced the HDJ-C70 headphones as part of their line-up of DJ headphones. Read more about the HDJ-C70’s look, feel, and construction inside.
Headphones are the must have piece of gear for DJs. With the endless styles and options to choose from, it can become difficult for DJs to figure out what style of headphones suits them. Reloop is back to offer another option that many DJs still have considered in the past that is professionally designed and […]