#1
My headphones have recently broke.


Anyone here got any advice on what i should buy? My budget is about £100 but could go more if need be but not too much. It will be for monitoring , and mixing at times (although i know it's not a good idea to just mix in headphones, i have some speakers on the wall for that aswell).

I really just need some good solid studio quality headphones that will last a long time. These will be getting moved around a fair bit but obviously sound is important aswell.

Anyone know of any that would suit my needs?
#4
Quote by Volta_91
http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/413900/how-to-equalize-your-headphones-a-tutorial

^ Good thread for eq'ing headphones nearer to neutrality.


That's very helpful (: but first i need to have some functioning good headphones. Im asking what ones i should buy.
#5
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