Mix digital music or video replacing your turntables and CD players.
The Monster 24K Headphones are a solid purchase for DJs looking to add flashiness to their gear without sacrificing sound quality, but they won't fit everyone so be sure to try them on before buying.
Whether you're out listening to your MP3 player or out at home with your high-end stereo, your headphone choice is critical. Here we've picked our five favorites across every style and category, but if you already know which type of headphones you want, use the links at the left to get more options.
While the affordable Sennheiser HD 205 II DJ Headphones provide good bass, natural sound, and capable performance, critical listeners may find them lacking acoustic flair.
Don't settle for an ordinary playlist at your next party. Try one of these apps to help you DJ like a pro.
A new feature called Spotify Party plays a lineup of professionally picked tunes and lets you choose your music based on the mood you're hoping to set.
DJ Earworm remixes the most popular songs charting on Billboard into one a dance tune you'll have trouble getting out of your head in "United State of Pop 2015 - 50 Shades of Pop."
The sleek TMA-1 headphones by Aiaiai are ideal for traveling DJs who need tough headphones with an up-front, bass-slamming sound profile.
The Philips A5 Pro headphones might be tuned and marketed for DJs, but their detailed, balanced soundstage make them well-suited for anyone.
For the project, the search giant launched a satellite into space named after Skrillex's dog, Nanou.
The ephemeral-photo app is quickly becoming a place where video is made.
DJ Shadow and Run The Jewels provide soundtrack for action-packed new gameplay video.