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Urbanz Block DJ Headphones / Blue / Black

Released on 01 August 2009

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A great way to be different URBANZ - Style with attitude plus outstanding sound quality/Build quality & additional features that include - Funky environmentally friendly packaging that becomes your free carry case holder with colour coded Carabiner, the case is dustproof and splashproof with belt loop. Headphones are foldable with 2 pairs of leather pads (different colours), Colour coded detachable Curly cable with 3.5mm screw in gold jack and 6.3mm gold adaptor also.


  • Pack includes splash and dust proof Funky carry case, colour coded detachable curly cable, colour coded carabiner plus additional pair of colour pads also includes gold 3.5mm and 6.3mm adaptor.
  • Light weight DJ design with foldable headphone convenience
  • Self adjusting leather head pads + additional Colour pair
  • Pure sound performance ideal for digital audio
  • Funky carry case with matching carabiner
  • Colour your world!
  • Driver unit: 57mm diameter dome
  • Impedance: 64 ohms
  • Sensitivity: 107dB ±3dB
  • Frequency response: 5Hz to 30,000Hz
  • Cord: Colour coded detachable Curly cable
  • Plug: 3.5mm (include 6.3mm gold adaptor)
  • 1 year warranty with your purchase
  • diagram

customer Reviews

 Average rating (4 reviews)


| | See all studentshopper123's reviews (25)

I'm a bit of a headphone nut, I've got several different pairs on the go dependant on my mood.
These are one of my favs - loving the colour and the sound is brilliant as is the price!

 Cable issues with these

| | See all hulldj's reviews (2)

For the DJ's out there, these headfones are no where near the quality of the Technics dj1200's, However, they block out the surrounding sounds and are decent enough for mixing and general use. They do turn up nice and loud if thats your thing.

My main gripe with these is if you use your shoulder to hold the headfones closer to your ears and the cable attachment is on the same side as your shoulder you will break the cable where it joins.

I found this out too late and couldn't find a replacement cable for less than 20 quid... Popped into a local mobile unlocking shop and found a 3.5mm adapter extention cable for a couple of pounds that fits inpast the screw in connector.

I like the headfones and the fact that you get a spare set of muffs and they look great in white under UV light in the club.

Good for the price but watch your cable.......

 helpp ..

| | See all dudeqt's reviews (1)

im thinking of buying these headphones for my DJing .. cud sum1 please tell me how long the wire is and if its long enough for DJ purposes .. e.g a normal 1.2 metre for normal headphones is too short ... ??

 Comfortable and styl(ish)

| | See all AdamJamesPugh's reviews (1)

As a pair of relatively inexpensive DJ style headphones I feel that the Urbanz Block perform well. In terms of sound quality they are not the best I've ever used but are certainly above average for those available at this price point.

The build quality is good - predominantly plastic but the ear cups (of which two sets are supplied - black and grey) are leather. My main recommendation would be that they are very comfortable (for me at least) and could be worn for extended periods without issue.

One of the defining features of these headphones is the colour - in this case baby blue. Although it may not be to everyone's taste it does help to set them apart from other sets currently available on the market. Overall I would recommend these headphones - but only if the colour was what attracted you to them initially.