#2
I would avoid the Sennheiser HD202's if my HD205's are anything to go by. They have virtually zero low end and they are very uncomfortable. Ofcourse the HD202's could be totally different as far as I know, i'm just letting you know what my ones are like.
#3
im using the sony MDR 7506 its great (it is recommended for my school, I do sound engineering )
#4
go for senheisser hd25s mk2

stay away from the specials though
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Quote by maggot9779
I would avoid the Sennheiser HD202's if my HD205's are anything to go by. They have virtually zero low end and they are very uncomfortable. Ofcourse the HD202's could be totally different as far as I know, i'm just letting you know what my ones are like.


Really? Because if my Sennheiser HD212 Pros are anything to go by, I'd go with the HD202s.
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jackson dk2 2008
hamer xt sunburst qt
epiphone g400
peavey vk212
morley p wah
behringer pb1000
dige bm
big muff ny
behringer dc 9 comp
member of the Jackson/Charvel Owners Club

£8.50/58fund for a ROCKTRON HUSH SUPER C PEDAL
Last edited by hans the lefty at Dec 11, 2009,
#7
Your HD205s aren't supposed to have low end. They're not bass enhanced, which is why they're good for monitoring mixes.