- 50mm HD driver produces a huge frequency response
- Sound isolation chambered enclosure generates clear sound
- Large housing and comfortable ear pads designed for prolonged use
Fine-tuned for the booth
The next generation HDJ-2000MK2s inherit all the best from their predecessor, the HDJ-2000, and add optimized audio quality, enhanced sound isolation, maximum comfort and an even more robust build.
These headphones ensure superb clarity with clear sound separation from deep bass to crisp trebles. Plus they adopt low-volume air chambers and airtight stitching to improve sound insulation and deliver the pristine sound needed for monitoring in the loudest clubs.
The ear pads' low-volume air chambers provide maximum insulation, reducing external noise in the mid to low frequencies. Plus their damper and airtight stitching ensure clarity for ease-of-monitoring without needing to crank up the volume in loud clubs.
Designed for maximum comfort and durability, these headphones have lightweight bindings on the headband and hanger to reduce the pressure on your head. Their soft, leather-like ear pads with memory foam ensure a snug fit – whether you're performing in a packed club or producing in the studio.
Each ear cup swivels a full 90 degrees, while the auto-return feature makes them ideal for on-the-shoulder monitoring. Plus the rugged swivel/fold mechanism and hard carry case means they’re easy to transport between gigs.
Built for professional use
An L-type mini-jack stops the headphones getting knocked or disconnected during performance, even in cramped booths. At the headphone end, a detachable mini-XLR connector means cables can easily be removed for transit or replaced if damaged.
Circumaural, closed-back dynamic headphones
50 mm dome type
3.5 mm stereo mini-jack (gold-plated, 2-way, screw-type)
- 1.2 m side mount coil cord (3 m extended length)
- 1.6 m twist-sheathed straight cord
- 6.3 mm stereo jack (gold-plated, screw type)
- Carrying case
Weight (without cord)
Maximum Input Power
Output Sound Level
5 - 30,000 Hz