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    Monoprice Premium Hi-Fi DJ Style Over-the-Ear Pro Bluetooth Headphones with Mic and Qualcomm aptX Support (8323 with Bluetooth)
    Product # 24735
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    Model 24735
    Driver Size 50mm
    Frequency Response 20 Hz ~ 20 kHz
    Sensitivity 100dB ±3dB
    Impedance 40 ohms

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    How long is the battery life with the bluetooth on and how far can one travel away from the source device before experiencing difficulties?
    A shopper on Oct 1, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Generally, I have learned to charge it at the end of the day, if I use bluetooth all day (more and more I just use a wire as the microphone in the headphones is horrible). If the batteries get low, the quality of the signal is very likely to diminish. Luckily, it is just plugging a USB cable in; unluckily that USB cable is a USB Mini cable so you will inevitably try inserting it the wrong way, or more often for me, try inserting it the right way but slightly off then flip it over to the wrong way and try again then curse and very carefully insert it the right way.
    What Bluetooth version is implemented in this headphones?
    A shopper on Nov 6, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It supports Bluetooth v4.2

    I'm ordering a pair of these today. Another user has said that the product packaging states that the internal Bluetooth chipset (the microchip that controls basically everything inside these) is the Qualcomm CSRA64215. Looking at the product page for that chipset (google it), it says Bluetooth v4.1 - but the datasheet was updated in Jul of 2015 to include support for v4.2 (in the PDF datasheet for the chipset at Qualcomm, see "Features" on page 2, and "Document History" on page 7)
    what is the latency/delay from the transmitter to the receiver?
    Caleb G on Oct 1, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Fairly bad delay - about 0.5-1.0 second. I could not use these to watch a movie on my MacBook unless I plugged in via the wire.
    There was no manual in the box. Are the instructions available online for dowload?
    Greg P on Nov 12, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: There is only a quick-start guide at the bottom of the product page. For bluetooth syncing/power on off. There are also no drivers anywhere.
    Does it support AAC codec for iPhones? This is in lieu of AptX for iOS devices, which do not support AptX but which do support AAC codec in addition to standard SBC, and which is the manner in which iOS devices provide similar high quality to AptX.
    Tim G on Oct 6, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I believe that it does support AAC-bluetooth, according to the datasheet.

    I'm ordering a pair of these today. Another user has said that the product packaging states that the internal Bluetooth chipset (the microchip that controls basically everything inside these) is the Qualcomm CSRA64215. Looking at the PDF datasheet for that chipset (google it), under "Features" on page 2, it says "aptX, aptX Low Latency, SBC and AAC decoder support".
    Can they also be used wired?
    A shopper on Nov 12, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, but you need to buy your own 3.5mm male to male wire.
    How does the noise isolation compare to my QC15s and QC20s?

    Also, I use the Phillips SHP9500s at home...... can someone compare this to that?
    A shopper on Jan 31, 2018
    Does the Mic work in Windows 10?
    Alex C on Nov 14, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Same happens for me as well in Win10 - works just fine as bluetooth headphones but open the 'Recording Device' properties goes Not Responding. Unable to get a response from the mic.
    The description of the item says "Bluetooth Headphones with Mic and Qualcomm aptX Support". Does this mean there is a mic built in or it support a cable with mic built in?
    Eric R on Nov 20, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: " A built-in microphone ensures crystal-clear phone conversations or in-game chat." Don't forget to read the description.
    will these work with windows xp on a laptop?
    A shopper on Nov 25, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It will work wirelessly provided the computer has bluetooth
    I have verified that these headphones support the SBC and aptX codecs. Do the headphones also support the AAC codec?
    New User U on Mar 4, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: According to the product packaging, the Bluetooth chipset for these headphones is a Qualcomm CSRA64215. The chipset data sheet states that the SBC, AAC, and aptX codecs are all supported.
    Does this come w/ a wire?
    A shopper on Jan 31, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: It comes with a charging cable.
    do they fit a large sized head?
    A shopper on Nov 24, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes they are very adjustable for any size head. Upgrading the ear pads makes them more breathable as well.
    Is there a port to plug an audio jack in?
    A shopper on Mar 23, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Yes. It appears to be the same jack, that uses the same cable, as the non-Bluetooth version of these headphones - which I also have. I'm not sure but I think a cable came in the box. I should look!
    This headphones is only Bluetooth? Or Bluetooth and cable?
    A shopper on Feb 8, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: It is Bluetooth and cable but to function with the mic you must get a 4 conductor cable with 2 male connectors
    Microphone only works via Bluetooth, not over the cable?
    John D on Jan 3, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: To be clear, there is a USB cable which is included, and is ONLY for charging. You can connect the Bluetooth while it is charging, but there will be a buzz in the headphones in that case.

    You can buy or repurpose one of the headphone cables which various online retailers offer, usually branded as "Beats cable replacements", which often come with an inline remote+mic. That cable will plug into the right ear of these headphones, and you will not need Bluetooth on while it is connected (and also do not need any power to the headphones as far as I can tell). Since the Bluetooth is off, the included microphone will be off, and the volume+pause buttons on the right ear cup will also not work.

    Because the cable's microphone is a part of the cable, it will work just fine in this mode (IMHO, far better than the one you are stuck with on Bluetooth!) However, *no such cable is in the box*. You will need to purchase that separately (about $10).
    I plan to use these with a pc that does not have Bluetooth built-in. Does it come with a Bluetooth dongle? If not what is a good one to get for these headphones?
    A shopper on May 14, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: It does not come with a dongle. Your best bet is to get a dongle that supports Bluetooth v4.2, which the headset has, and that works seamlessly with your Operating System, whether that's Linux, Mac, or Windows.
    do they leak music? and how well they isolate outside sound?
    A shopper on Oct 6, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Hi, there! I have been using these headphones for a few years as a producer and haven't been disappointed in leakage or isolation. I have probably three pairs of these headphones (wired and wireless) floating around my house and office because I love them so much.
    Can two sets of headphones access the same device simultaneously?
    Jared S on Apr 30, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: It depends on your devices. I had them paired to my phone and my laptop and they worked flawlessly.
    When you are wearing them around your neck, do they fold with the speaker cups up or down? And are they comfortable to have on casually?
    Robert P on Apr 1, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: I believe they fold cups down, if I have them around my neck usually I just flip the cups out instead. They’re comfortable after you break them in but I’ve also seen a lot of suggestions to buy different ear pads. I don’t mind the pads and I’ve worn mine for 10–12 hours at a time when working.
    How can I use the mic with my pc?
    Joseph M on May 17, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Best way is through the bluetooth.
    If I used an aux cable with mic support in the cable like the product 18632 would I be able to use the built in mic from the headphones like a wired headset? Asking because I have tried connecting this to a PS4 via bluetooth, but I get an error saying it is not compatible, but the ps4 controller does allow for a headset with mic (3 ring headphone cable) to be plugged in.
    Thomas Y on Oct 3, 2018
    Monoprice Premium Hi-Fi DJ Style Over-the-Ear Pro Bluetooth Headphones with Mic and Qualcomm aptX Support (8323 with Bluetooth)
    Monoprice Premium Hi-Fi DJ Style Over-the-Ear Pro Bluetooth Headphones with Mic and Qualcomm aptX Support (8323 with Bluetooth)
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    The legendary 8323 headphones, "Look Ma, no wires!"
    First off, I absolutely love the original 8323 headphones so much that I often recommend them to people who want a great pair of headphones but not for so much money. So when I found out that Monoprice had made a version of them with Bluetooth I just had to have get a pair.

    I was not disappointed. They sound just like the 8323. Same sound profile when you first use them. A proper break-in period will make them sound even better. Good thing is that these headphones do have a standard 3.5mm headphone jack so you can use them without turning them on. Audio cable is not included so you will need to buy one. From Monoprice of course.

    The only thing that I have a gripe about is the comfort level of the ear pads. Just like the original headphones, they do tend to hurt after a while of having them on after a period of time. My suggestion is that you purchase replacement ear pads. Unfortunately Monoprice own replacement pads (PID: 11949) which are of better quality from the ones offered on the headphones (a real head scratcher) are not available at this time (as of 12/16/17)
    December 16, 2017
    10 months ago
    A couple of flaws keep it from greatness

    Same sound repo as the 8323s. If you like the neutral sound on those these will not disappoint. Pair with a device that supports aptX (or AAC over BT) and they sound great.
    Button config (raised symbols) is dead simple to understand.
    Can't really beat the price.


    The headphones I got are extremely tight, much more so than my 8323s. I hope the bands stretches with some wear but right now they're difficult to wear for more than 30 minutes. I have a small head too...7 1/8 hat size for reference.

    My box came with no instructions, big deal right? Well, there are a total of three buttons on the right cup, a plus, a minus, and the round center button. The center button acts like you'd expect; hold for power on, power off, pairing; press for play/pause. That leaves you two buttons (+, -) for 4 advertised functions (Vol +-, track forward and back). Without directions I'm not sure I'm doing this right, but the only way I've found to skip forward and back is to quickly press the + or - twice. When you do that the track skips, but ALSO raises or lowers the volume. So if you're at your ideal volume skipping tracks is at minimum a three button press, Twice to skip and once on the opposite button to restore the volume to it's previous level.

    The padding on the cups is a bit stiff and the material does not breathe well, meaning your ears can get quite hot. Monoprice used to sell upgraded ear pads for $6 which were very good, but they haven't been offered for a long time now. Any pads that fit the Sony MDR-V6, 7506 will fit these so there are options for this recommended upgrade.

    Final thought: great sound for the price but if they don't stretch and become more comfortable I can't see myself keeping these. I'll be curious if this is the same experience others have.
    November 11, 2017
    11 months ago
    Mind-melting value
    Note: this is a review of the Bluetooth "DJ Style" headphones, but I use them wired too, so much of what I say applies just as well to the wired version.

    These are without a doubt the best value in headphones out there. I'd call myself a "recovering audiophile," and after spending two years neurotically experimenting with increasingly expensive and elaborate audio setups, I ended up with a $2000+ setup that only made me wonder what a $4000+ setup would sound like. I found that the closer you get to the "best," the farther you feel from it. There's no apparent price ceiling on the audio hobby, and unless you're rich enough to buy the absolute best of everything, this is a recipe for constant anguish, not listening satisfaction. I recently replaced the aforementioned $2000 rig with a $200 one, then I replaced THAT with these $25 Bluetooth headphones and you know what? I'm much happier for it (as is my wallet). I'm listening to music again rather than scrutinizing sound. Moral of the story? The best audio gear is whatever gets out of the way and lets you enjoy the music. The worst audio gear is the stuff that becomes an obsession in its own right and leaves you listening for flaws in your gear and missing the music entirely.

    Of course, I still haven't said anything about what makes these so great, so here goes:

    The overall presentation of frequencies (sometimes called the "sound signature") is pretty ideal for my preferences. It has slightly elevated bass that slopes gracefully down through the mids and highs. I part company with most headphone enthusiasts who prefer razor-sharp treble detail. Rolled-off treble response is much more pleasant, and allows you to listen for a few hours at a time without wincing on recordings with "hot" treble. All in all, this is a tremendously smooth yet still detailed headphone—the mids and highs sound as good as anything up to about $150, maybe even $200. These headphones are only let down by their bass, which can't handle any complexity and sounds downright farty on some tracks, like the tedious thump of a car with a big subwoofer in the trunk. But again, these are $25, so sonic perfection isn't and shouldn't be the expectation.

    If I have any complaints it's that they're uncomfortable out of the box for the large-eared person. Fortunately, there's a thriving earpad aftermarket, and given that these sound like $100-150 headphones, I have no issues spending $12-20 on earpads for them.

    Last thing: Monoprice doesn't advertise it, but these actually support Apple's proprietary AAC Bluetooth codec, at least on Macs. The only other headphones with this support cost 10x as much. If you have a Mac, you can open the Terminal application and run sudo defaults write bluetoothaudiod "Enable AAC codec" -bool true. Hope that helps!
    May 6, 2018
    6 months ago
    Great Headphones - No Instructions
    The sound is great. They are a little tight on the head so they need to be stretched out. But there are no instructions for pairing. You need to hold down the multi-function button for 5-10 seconds until the LED flashes. The device showed up as "BH" something or other on my phone.
    November 20, 2017
    11 months ago
    Configuration hell on windows 7
    I was able to get the sound working but the mic will not work.
    December 3, 2017
    11 months ago
    Great headphones; terrible headset
    Headphones themselves are decent quality, all-plastic design with pretty good sound all things considered. However, I can't figure out how to get these connected with good quality sound AND MIC to a Windows PC. They work perfectly with my phone (no mic) and I am able to get them connected to a PC with a bluetooth dongle in a mono-only, terrible bitrate mode. I cannot get them to work with both good audio and mic. I bought a headset splitter cable (headset to mic and audio) and connected directly to my PC; again, I get audio but can't use mic. The description that reads "crystal-clear phone conversations or in-game chat" needs to be changed.

    If there's a fix for this, please reach out to me and I'll gladly update my review.
    December 5, 2017
    10 months ago
    These headphones squeeze my brains out
    Headphones sound good
    they squeeze my head, so its uncomfortable to wear them for long time
    mic does not work in Windows 10
    November 15, 2017
    11 months ago
    Great Product so far!!
    I purchased these headphones in July 2018 as an upgrade to replace my old (wired/non-Bluetooth) Monoprice 8323's, which I loved. I had put the previous pair through a lot of abuse for a couple of years before they finally cracked completely above the left ear. My hope was that these would be worthy replacements and that the wireless feature would help preserve them a little bit longer (I yanked the old ones off my head by the cord and onto the floor more times than I want to admit...) These came right on time and I've been using them for about a week now.

    I am a student and not really in a position to pay hundreds of $$$ for headphones that would satisfy my audiophilic tendencies more flawlessly, which is why Monoprice drew my attention initially. I can honestly say that these are virtually flawless, at least to my ears. The only thing that stands out as improvable is the bass, which is still exceptional but lacks a little bit of resolution. It's ample and enjoyable, though, so don't let that deter you from purchasing them. They're headphones, not a sound system.

    Visually, they are extremely unassuming, though certainly not at all ugly. They feel a bit more substantial and solidly-built than I remember my old pair being, possibly due to the additional Bluetooth-related components inside these.

    As many others have pointed out (and as was the case with the wired pair), they do clamp your head pretty tight. When you first put them on, this is actually a good feeling--like a comfy snugness--but this will gradually progress to making your ears sore if you wear them continuously in excess of 40 min-hr. ***MONOPRICE People: If you are reading this, that is a fundamental design issue that you really should address.*** That being said, if you have an abnormally wide head, probably reconsider on these; you might legitimately have trouble getting them on. For normal and small heads, the sound and price you get from these are worth it. You can also buy earpads for other headphones and rig them up to replace the stock ones on these but I haven't been driven to try that yet (although it is definitely a workable option). Check out this site for more info on this: https://www.headphonesty.com/2017/04/monoprice-8323-mod-primer-modifiying-8323/

    The Bluetooth works well and should be compatible with all current tech. This has proved to be a nice upgrade from my old non-Bluetooth pair. In addition to Bluetooth, these headphones can also be used with an aux cable, but they DO NOT come with one. Thankful that I still have the old cables from my wired pair. These DO come with a charging cable, though--micro USB.

    If you're on the fence about these, buy them. The fact that you just read a five-paragraph review about a sub-$30 pair of headphones should be testament in and of itself to the fact that these are no ordinary sub-$30 headphones. The only reason that people are hard on these in reviews is because the performance they offer propels them into a level of conversation that is normally reserved for $75-150 headphones. These are a steal.
    July 24, 2018
    3 months ago
    Great sound and range. Very comfortable. I can wear for hours while working. Only used with phone call once but it was crisp and clear.
    February 1, 2018
    9 months ago
    Almost perfect
    its the same sound quality as the 8323, but with added bluetooth feature. Its the ONLY pair of headphones that i know of that has decent sound quality, a replacable aux cord, and blutooth connectivity. my only gripe is that the foam on the ears are still really uncomfortable, so i highly reccoment buying the separate 5$ foam addon offered by monoprice, also, it is a bit on the heavy side so wearing for hours on end might get tiring, the plastic is not the best quality in the world (my 8323 snapped after a year of regular use) but for the price tag, its hard to complain.
    January 16, 2018
    10 months ago