studio recording earphones

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by Tonatiuh, Aug 26, 2010.

  1. Tonatiuh

    Tonatiuh Guest

    A first time begginer...

    Can someone recommend me a good recording studio earphones?

    Are ther some of them that can achieve a good low frecuencies reproduction?

    My purpose is the digital recording. I have a midi file, and I record it with VST sounds.

  2. JMulhollan

    JMulhollan Guest

    My ol' faithfuls are my Sennheiser HD280 Pros, I've had the pair for about 3 years now and are still in great sounding condition, though getting a little worn. They are very balanced in sound though a liiiittle lacking in low end, but once you get used to them in comparison to other speakers, you will love them. They run around $100, but totally worth the investment.
  3. TommyTheB

    TommyTheB Guest

    I have Sony MDRV-6 headphones which Sony has been making for about 15 years. I bought a second pair and replaced the pads on my original phones which I've had for over 12 years. When has Sony made ANYTHING unchanged for nealy 20 years?? :biggrin::biggrin:

    Point is these are excellent phones and are available for around $80. I always knew they sounded great but they have really come into their own since I started home recording.
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