Test des Hercules XPS 2.0, HDP DJ-Pro M1001 et HDP DJ-Adv G501On connaissait Hercules constructeur d'enceintes multimédia, de cartes sons, de matériel informatique, de contrôleurs pour DJ... Voici que nos Bretons s'attaquent désormais au monitoring pour DJ, en sortant une paire d'enceintes et deux casques. Voyons tout cela en détail ! Lire la suite…
Hercules!Publié le 08/10/12 à 06:49 (contenu en anglais)The Hercules HDP M1001 are very well built and remind me off some of the upper end Shure line of DJ Headphones. The HDP M1001 will allow you to get a clear listen to your music no matter if you are at the club or a studio and even a home setting. They are very quiet and do a good job keeping all external noise out. When I am home I use these to make music with, not to DJ with per say. I have got some good mixes out of my own music with the HDP M1001.
You can fold up the M1001 and remove the card as well for the best storage or transportation. The ear cups are soft and don’t get un-comfortable after you have them on for hours. The ear cups don’t have the foam feel to them, its almost like they have some type of a top coat on them that makes them kind of shiny but still keep them soft. They wont break apart or chip off and leave black stuff on your ears. The HDPM1001 can fit all size heads and provide complete comfort.
You can rotate the ear pieces 180 degrees to use it just in one ear, it comes with ¼ and 1/8 adapters and a carrying case/pouch to take the M1001 from place to place. They have a full dynamic frequency range of 5hz to 30kH. The value of these for the price (169) is about right on point with what it should be. When they first came out they cost about 50 dollars more than that. Don’t be afraid of these because they are not “Shure” or “Pioneer” or any other name brand that is popular amongst DJ’s. These are very good headphones and at a good price.
I would buy them again if I needed to and don’t regret my decision to purchase them in the first place.