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Postby andytf » 06 Dec 2010, 21:22

alpezz23:Alright, so i'm hoping to buy some good quality headphones this x-mas
I'm looking for something under $80
I want to hear the hard bass & still hear the clarity of a mind-blowing melody!
I also want to use these for producing. It'd be nice if they were good for mobility and came with a nice case or something:) haa. :p


I just think that this "Best bla bla bla for bla bla bla" topics funny as hell... :rofl:

Keep this in mind:

ALL STUDIO HEADPHONES ARE MADE TO BE USED IN A VERY LOW VOLUME.

So, if you wanna rip your ears off with an headphone, better think twice:
First of all, you can damage your internal ear, believe it.
Second, even the most expensive headphones for studio monitoring ( like some ones that cost almost 2000 bucks ), causes frequencies distortion on higher volumes... So, In the end, they're pretty much the same: You will be confused by the frequencies if you pass the "no distortion" volume.
I love my Sony MDR-V900HD. Is very clear and usefull to hear very little details in the music, if you keep the low volume.I have another AKG ones here and all but... This Sony MDR series is a real pice of well made equipment.

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Postby haardstyyleer » 02 Jan 2011, 21:44

You can damage your ears once, so damage them with hardstyle x]
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Postby ProCeela » 02 Jan 2011, 22:20

I've just got a Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro , and i must say , its really has a nutural sound and really good bass
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Postby surfino » 02 Jan 2011, 23:27

i never heard a good processed mix made with headphones, might be useful for sketching or tracking on non-processed material, but definetly it's impossible to make a good mix with headphones, period
Beyerdynamic are cool, my favourite in non expensive range with M50's
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Postby ProCeela » 03 Jan 2011, 02:51

really true , but i got it just to play around in the late hours and when the little one is sleeping :)
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Postby divadro102 » 24 Jan 2011, 05:57

i say Audio Technica ATH-M50 _O_
they're similar to the beats, but much cheaper. Plus no need for battery like the beats by dre
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Postby surfino » 24 Jan 2011, 07:46

+1 on ATH-M50 then, cheap and badass.
Not at all the same thing but try Isone from www.toneboosters.com, it's a binaural room simulator
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Postby divadro102 » 26 Jan 2011, 06:56

surfino:+1 on ATH-M50 then, cheap and badass.
Not at all the same thing but try Isone from http://www.toneboosters.com, it's a binaural room simulator


yea no monitor or headphone is the same as the next one..but in similarity and for a much cheaper wad of cash, i'd go for the M50s any day..to me, Beats are more of a passing fad because of Dre..and i love Dre (H)
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Postby 75McHedSty » 12 Feb 2011, 11:11

I also prefer Sennheisers headphone but I use it with Beyerdynamic HBS amp. I have Sennheiser hd555 connected with the amplifier and it sounds cool. I guess gaming is better with the combination of the headphone and amplifier.
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Postby hsdjmatt » 15 Oct 2012, 08:05

krk kns 8400
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