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karkon14

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Which headphones do you think are the best for use at home? Also, what headphones would you use for sound recording and mastering? 


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karon14,

 

:welcome:

 

Truthfully i have an older model pair of these and i love them, very comfortable and rated well. Good for music, movies and use with just about anything. Although quite expensive.

http://www.bose.com/...rt_25/index.jsp

 

Otherwise might be looking for real Professionals type of headphones, sure you are going pay as much or more, ones used by say music recording studios.

Look here too, good reputable company  http://www.crutchfie...s.html?tp=63657

 

My opinion you won't go wrong with Bose, except may lighten your pocket. Shop around on internet, get a good deal.


Edited by jds63, 14 December 2014 - 09:55 PM.

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It'd be Numark Electrowave for me.


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If you are doing audio mixing and mastering you really should use a combination of outputs, not just headphones. What sounds good in the headphones will not sould the same on a car or home stereo system. You will get a very different mix sound in those two environments that headphones cannot recreate. That being said you DO need a good set of headphones to mix that way. This will help with audio playback on mobile devices.

 

If you want a good, mid-level set of headphones I would recommend the Sennheiser HD 280 PRO studio headphones.


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If you are doing audio mixing and mastering you really should use a combination of outputs, not just headphones. What sounds good in the headphones will not sould the same on a car or home stereo system. You will get a very different mix sound in those two environments that headphones cannot recreate. That being said you DO need a good set of headphones to mix that way. This will help with audio playback on mobile devices.

 

If you want a good, mid-level set of headphones I would recommend the Sennheiser HD 280 PRO studio headphones.

Definitely one best brands out there for headphones


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