WTF!!! Akai MPC Pro Headphones Cost $500

Akai MPC PRO HEADPHONES

Dr. Dre headphones has f#$ked the headphone game up because Akai is working on some headphones that cost $500. I’m shocked, confused,  but have no doubt some people will buy them for bragging purposes.  Would you pay $500 for headphones?

Akai MPC PRO HEADPHONES

7 Better Ways You Can Spend $500

  1. A small music studio setup: Laptop Computer ( $232 ), FL Studio ( $100 ), Microphone ( $33 ), Midi Keyboard ( $47 ), Sony Headphones ( $15 ) = $427
  2. 2 Beats by Dr. Dre Headphones = $359
  3. PlayStation 4 + a Game = $470 Maybe
  4. Xbox One = $499.96
  5. 2 Pairs of Lebron James Shoes = $376
  6. iPad = $424.99
  7. 10 Music Maker WordPress Themes – Sell beats online. But you only need one.  :-)

None of the total prices above include taxes.

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12 Comments

    1. I have the 880 semi closed. Those are great too… 770’s have great isolation… Good choice..

  1. believable i work at a headphone company that sells IEMs (in-ear monitors) for a G

  2. thank you for this..mfers be buyin headphones like this and thinkin they beats be soundin TOUGH with them unbalanced thangs

  3. how bout some sony MDR 7506’s for $99 i have no problems monitoring a mix on those good separation pretty flat u could get 5 pair for that price

  4. Whoever wrote this must not know much about headphones.
    Depending on where you’re coming from, $500 can be seen as a lot of money. However, a reputable pair of $500 headphones will go a long way, and an audiophile with some money or an artist who tries to make their music exactly how they want it to sound could end up spending a lot more than $500. For example, some amazing headphones include:
    Sennheiser HD 800 – $1500
    Beyerdynamic T5p – $1400
    Audio Technica ATH W5000 – $1200
    I personally am “only” wearing a pair of headphones worth $350 (Beyerdynamic DT 880 Pro)
    If you want to buy good headphones, stick to a reputable brand and do some research. Don’t buy these Akai headphones and certainly, on behalf of Head-Fi.org and all true audiophiles, don’t buy Beats.

  5. are they trying to make up for sales? Akai owned the midi production market in the 90’s but now with competition from Native Instruments Maschine is sales getting tough?