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Recording Headphones

Discussion in 'Monitoring / Headphones' started by stratman312, Sep 18, 2009.

  1. stratman312

    stratman312 Active Member

    I was looking for some good headphones for recording, and am leaning towards beyerdynamic dt990. Does anyone have any suggestions around the same price range?
     
  2. Kev

    Kev Well-Known Member

    I like the Beyers and have a few pairs

    and I also have many Fostex T20 and T40 s

    tough reliable and NOT for mixing
     
  3. AudioGaff

    AudioGaff Well-Known Member

    If you had looked using the search function you would find enough reading material on headphones to keep you busy for more than several weeks.
     
  4. stratman312

    stratman312 Active Member

    I actuall did search before i posted. once for recording headphones, but no results looked like what i was after. then for beyedynamic dt990 and still nothing. Instead of wasting more time then i would care to i figured i wold just ask.
     
  5. dvdhawk

    dvdhawk Well-Known Member

    The Beyers are really nice, I don't think you would be disappointed with that purchase.
    The AKG 271 MKII are a good set of phones in that same price range you might want to try.
    I don't know if there are Grados in that price range or not, I think the SR325i is in there somewhere.
     
  6. AudioGaff

    AudioGaff Well-Known Member

    Using a search engine requires that you are resourceful in searching skills. The search engine doesn't do instant magic in providing specific results that everybody wants or expects. Search for "headphone" and start reading. Ya, it's gonna take some time and effort on your part to fish for and thru what your looking for. The price of free advice and info.
     
  7. stratman312

    stratman312 Active Member

    Ok, I've narrowed down my choice to the Grado 325i or the AKG K701. Does anyone with experience with these have a recommendation? Also how would you compare these to the Beyerdynamic dt990? I don't want a super open sound, but well balanced. Thanks
     
  8. RonanChrisMurphy

    RonanChrisMurphy Active Member

    I just did some testing with the new Shure 840. I was pretty blown away. Best headphones I have ever used. I think they cost less than what you are currently looking at.
     
  9. AEX-Labs

    AEX-Labs Active Member

    I like sennheiser, and at the $300 price point the HD600
    it's only limitation for recording is; it's an open ear type
     
  10. themusiclab

    themusiclab Guest


    Amen, the new line of Shure headphones are absolutely awesome. Tracking, mixing, everything. Check them out.
     
  11. nickyrash

    nickyrash Guest



    Well,
    I was thinking about this, but don't know ‘where and how’. Thank you for sharing this great stuff.
    http://www.endoacustica.com/wall_microphones_en.htm
     
  12. moonbaby

    moonbaby Mmmmmm Well-Known Member

    We had a post last week where we questioned whether SPAM was available in Europe, specifiically in Germany...Looks like it is.
     
  13. planet10

    planet10 Active Member

    Ultrasone 600/900 for tracking bands i use the Ultrasone 450

    (ultrasone endorser, sorry)
     

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