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Re: Slightly OT: headphone monitoring for home recordings
Techbargains listed a great deal on the Sennheiser HD280: Sennheiser
HD280 Headphones $57.94 - July 27, 2005
eCOST has sennheiser Dynamic HD280 Professional Closed Circumaural
Headphones on sale for $57.94, $1.99 shipping, $5.50 handling. Tax in
CA, IL, TN
I have a pair (I spent $100) and I think they are great. Headphone.com
loves them too.
On 7/29/05, mike feeney <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I just might be in the market for a good set of
> headphones to use in home multitrack recording /
> mixing. I also have a set of near-field monitors, but
> they lack a lot of low end bass response, so I was
> thinking it might be cheaper to get some decent
> headphones than to buy (a) new monitors or (b) a
> subwoofer. I currently tend to get very bassy mixes
> without realizing it due to the monitors. My goal
> would probably be to listen to mixes both via
> headphones and monitors to get a decent "picture" of
> the sound I've got going on.
> So, any recommendations on a decent (maybe around $100
> or so) set of studio type headphones?
> Other suggestions?