Headphones

Discussion in 'Production' started by The_Jungledon, Sep 1, 2007.

  1. The_Jungledon

    The_Jungledon www.FreelanceJunglist.com

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    Ez everyone, im looking to buy the mrs some nice new spanking headphones and thought id ask everyones opinion on some decent ones. Looking at a top price of around £150 (Not too bothered if i go over this though) so any suggestions, links would be most helpful.
    Cheers in advance

    Maybe i should of posted in the right forum, like this one>>>> DJ's, MC's, and Turntablism
    Can a mod please move.
    Cheers.

    Sennheiser hd 25's it is then. Cheers for the input though. great help.
     
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  2. deadaelus

    deadaelus Laughter in the Slaughter

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    I have the Sony MDR-7509. They are phenomenal for in studio & live mixing. They have larger cups that cover your ears completely. They also had the biggest driver that sony used for headphones, at a whopping 50mm. However awesome they are, I dont think they are making them anymore.

    I previously had the model just under Sony MDR-7506, these ones are still kickin & still sound great. The thing i didnt like about this model was the smaller cup size, especially if you are playing near some larger speakers.
     
  3. The_Jungledon

    The_Jungledon www.FreelanceJunglist.com

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    Cheers mate, She be getting the senns HD25's
     
  4. K motion

    K motion Rollin' deep

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    yeah man, ive had mine for 2 years n they have served me well!!!!!!