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Tue Feb 9 13:59:17 EST 2010
Sennhesier HD280 Pro 64 Ohm I use for everything if noise is a problem.
Open design HD600's for binaural monitoring, and a variety of in-ear phones.
The Beyer DT770 Pro pair just didnt give the same image as the HD280's or HD600's
sounded as if the left and right were from different headphones entirely - not sure why
maybe they are not matched speaker elements.
On Feb 9, 2010, at 2:36 PM, Sune Petersen wrote:
> I am using HD25, I like them, the sound is neutral but in high end
> terms it lacks a bit of the transparency and clarity that less
> ENG-style headphones can give. They are still among the best sound
> quality wise when compared to similar offerings from other
> manufacturers in my opinion.
> My main annoyance with them are that I constantly wear out the soft
> pads and they are pretty expensive to replace, also the connectors to
> each ear cup are at risk of getting bad connections so you need to
> adjust them for them to work.
> but then again I treat my equipment relatively rough (my laptops last
> 18month on average, the they stop working)
> I really like them and has gotten to know the sound of them and might
> even go some HD25 when I feel I need to upgrade. I will probably then
> try to find some sort of protective casing that will still allow for
> them to be easily transported.
> So I would say it definitely depend on how you will use them, if it is
> strictly for studio use and not on the road, I would probably go for
> something like Beyer Dynamics DT770, I prefer closed headphones to
> avoid spilling too much sound to my surroundings
> Sune Petersen
> On Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 1:16 PM, Lorenzo <lsutton at libero.it> wrote:
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