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(Gurus) I'm buying these headphones as Djing, Light gaming and everyday carry headphones. the lightweight and non fancy design appeals to me because I want to have decent sound when I'm at school, busing and walking around town, the understated design means that an audioly-unknowledgable student at school is less likely to steal them the moment my back is turned. For Djing I could really use any pair of headphones, but the coiled cable is nice and the frame is lightweight. And for gaming it'll be great to take to friends' houses for LAN parties. The flat sound signature is exactly what I am looking for, I listen to house music mostly.
Most of the stuff people have been complaining about I don't feel phases me, but if the build quality is bad, then I hope they have a good return policy.
Flat sound? I dunno about that.
That's what I've seen on YouTube and websites about the Young Guru's, i wouldn't believe that they would be as flat as legitimate audiophile headphones, but they are marketed as being flat sound, and then with an asterisk saying (for dj headphones)
The k267 would be too bulky for my needs, any recommendations?
In all honesty I have no idea what I'm talking about, (sound signatures) I just wanted some headphones that wouldn't colour my sound. and are portable and not flashy
If you go to the AIAIAI website and input the configuration into the builder it'll give you the sound profile etc. I thought the Young Gurus were v shaped.
The $40 Edifier H850 sold here is an excellent headphone and far, far flatter than the AIAIAI's.