KRK Systems KNS 6400

Discussion in 'Production' started by SuburbanFilth, Oct 21, 2011.

  1. SuburbanFilth

    SuburbanFilth Member

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  2. lostnthesound

    lostnthesound Burns Easily in the Sun

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    Honestly, I would splurge and go for the 8400's, I just picked up a pair myself. They're a bit more pricey, but the memory foam makes them easily the most comfortable headphones I've ever worn! I find that they've really improved my mixes as well as helped "place" sounds in the stereo field. They're also top notch for A/Bing your track vs. a professionally mastered track because you can pickup the subtle things.

    A couple things to keep in mind:
    • The headphones require a bit of burn in to reach peak performance (around 80-100 hours), but they're still phenomenal straight out the box.
    • The headphones output a flat, uncolored response. I've heard complaints that they "don't put out enough bass," but that's what they're made for. IMO, the "bass" is very nice and accurate.

    Hope this helps.

    Cheers.
     
  3. SuburbanFilth

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    ty, where did u get urs from?
     
  4. msmith222

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    i agree about the 8400s. i actually like the "lack of bass" - i check my low end in other ways
     
  5. H*product

    H*product Heavyweight product

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    the 84s are a big step up from the 64s, much more worth the money.
     
  6. lostnthesound

    lostnthesound Burns Easily in the Sun

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    zzounds.com. They're the best (imo) when it comes to purchasing gear. And if you call them as opposed to ordering online, they more often than note will knock a couple dollars off the listed price.