Stanton DJ Pro 500MC MKII DJ Headphones with Mic

February 8, 2017 - Comment

The Stanton DJ PRO 500 MC is designed for the professional DJ who needs hands-free operation with a mic. It is also perfect for announcer or studio use. The headphone is a single side, closed back design with a heavy duty driver with bass boost. The adjustable metal headband is protected with a soft vinyl

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The Stanton DJ PRO 500 MC is designed for the professional DJ who needs hands-free operation with a mic. It is also perfect for announcer or studio use. The headphone is a single side, closed back design with a heavy duty driver with bass boost. The adjustable metal headband is protected with a soft vinyl covered foam pad. The dual connection cable has two 1/4″ plugs – mono for the mic and stereo for the headphone. Each plug is color coded for ease of identification. The mic is a low impedance dynamic type.

Product Features

  • Headphone/microphone combo for DJs and broadcasters
  • Low-impedance dynamic mic allows hands-free operation
  • Separate, 1/4″ color-coded cables for mic and headphone
  • Includes carry pouch

Comments

jmerc says:

Beats similarly priced headsets in build quality and simplicity So much better than the Yamaha CM500. The only downside is that they don’t enclose both ears, but my student broadcasters like that because they often need to communicate with people who come up with information or announcements. This means they don’t have to take their headsets off, and they don’t have to motion people to a specific side to talk to them. It’s pretty intuitive to speak to the exposed ear. 

D. S. W. says:

Wish there was a mic mute switch. I use this for a live AM radio show in studio and when were doing remote on-location shows.The single earphone us handy because it leaves my other ear free to screen calls or hear whatever event we’re on site to cover.I wish there was a way to turn off the mic. Handheld mics always have a power switch, but you especially miss it when the mic is attached to your head.

John says:

the mic requires high-gain to be audible, but then that creates noise and sensitivity issues I bought two of these for podcasting / game casting. I’m very unhappy with the microphone quality. I run the mono-end into a high-end mixer and the level bar doesn’t light up until the gain is ultra high. Vocals become audible at this level but yeah, noisy hissing, and vibration sensitivity is also.picked-up. @djay husband you filtering and pre-amping this? @othercomment; are you in a dead quiet room? I mean I don’t expect them to be exceptional headsets with microphones in them for this price;…

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