We take a look at two popular items, the LyxPro HAS-10 and the Behringer HPS3000. Our tests and reviews can help point you towards models and brands that suit your needs. This article is part of a series called 10 Best Mixing Headphones in 2020
Let's get started by taking a close look at the LyxPro HAS-10.
Next up is the Behringer HPS3000.
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
|LyxPro HAS-10||Behringer HPS3000|
+ Straight-forward design
+ High-quality sound
+ Comfortable and durable
+ Designed for live venues
+ Ultra-dynamic sound range
+ High-efficiency cobalt capsules
+ Rotating ear cups
+ Tangle-free cord
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
|The LyxPro HAS-10 headphones are as simple as they are mean. You get everything you want without the hassle of extra non-essentials. These closed back headphones are comfortable, durable and sound great with a small price tag. How can you go wrong with headphones of this quality?||If you want a good pair of headphones with a great frequency response, these could be it. Compared to studio headphones at a much higher price point, they stand up really nicely. These headphones are designed with DJs in mind to deliver the most captivating, dynamic sound imaginable. You'll be satisfied listening to them while mixing your tracks or putting together playlists alike.|
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