Denon DJ HP1100 Professional DJ Headphones: New flagship design
Denon DJ HP1100 Professional DJ Headphones are the brand’s new flagship DJ headphones, aimed at competing with the other DJ big-hitters such as Pioneer and Audio Technica. The HP1100 is the star attraction in Denon’s HP range, sitting above the HP800 and HP600. Although it is dubbed as a pair of DJ headphones, the model’s accessibility and sound performance will appeal to both professional DJs, discerning enthusiasts and critical listeners. Let’s take a closer look at this versatile model. denon-dj-hp1100

Inside Look

As these headphones are the flagship model in the HP series, they showcase an oversized 53mm driver, which delivers a fantastic bass response and a sturdy impact to really drive your sound home. The driver also offers an intricately detailed sound performance so you sit back and revel in your sound landscapes. Power wise, the HP1100 fires up on 3500mW power, so you can be assured that the headphones will endure at high-volumes throughout any performance.


Like any premium headphones worth their salt, the HP1100 is designed to sit comfortably on the head and ears so that you can enjoy them for long period without discomfort or fatigue. Choose the wrong fit of headphones and your sore ears will pay the price, so it is always helpful to try before you buy to make sure they are a snug fit. The model enjoys an innovative 180-degree swivel and dual-pivot ear cup design so it easily conforms to a variety of head shapes and sizes. The HP1100 is crafted from heavy plastic alongside metal inserts so you can be assured it is a durable design that will withstand the storms of DJ life or a particularly frenzied commute. The model follows other designs in its price range with its fully collapsible and flat-folding construction, allowing you full portability which is always handy for the on the go DJ. denon-dj-hp1100-angle

Show some headphone love

Headphones are sometimes seen as the poor relation in the DJ world, often ignored in favour of the flashier controllers and mixers. This is unfair as without a decent pair of headphones you can’t properly listen to your own mixes and creations. You need to be able to immerse yourself in the sound so that you can optimise it to its best possible performance. If you are looking for a sturdy and reliable pair of headphones that don’t cost the earth, the Denon DJ HP1100 is worth a consideration. There are other headphones out there that will deliver a more advanced sound performance, but considering its accessible price point, this model brings DJ standards to a model that can be enjoyed by professional DJs and enthusiasts alike.