Discussion in 'Monitoring' started by Pat Lyons, Oct 19, 2003.

  1. Pat Lyons

    Pat Lyons Guest

    Are the pros using wireless headphones for recording? Or is that tabu?

    We tried a pair last week & I didnt have any noticeble noise.

    Pat Lyons
  2. realdynamix

    realdynamix Well-Known Member

    Feb 23, 2001
    :) Pat, it isn't so much noise, as it is dynamic representation. I suppose they could be used in the cue system. But, if the tracks deal with wide dynamics, then they will fall short. I have never seen them used, except for the gadget luver type person, and their home stereo.

  3. Jbon

    Jbon Guest


    Hi, hello;
    I was about to be in the pre-purchase mode, for some decent headphones for recording my personal tracks here at home plus I am overly curious anyway, and considering actually whether to even consider wireless...... and looking first before I asked in a post about them, and then I encountered this thread.

    And while I thank the folks here for the data, I absolutely still dream what the future might hold, as I have learned to do, since my first weekly reader in the first-grade.. teaching us about the coming technology wave of the future... things not possible today? be patient!---Has become my viewpoint..
    -Still Looking for the most "favorable report"
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