#1
hi people.
i want headphones for recording/practicing purposes. I am metal player, so im searching something accurate headphones, by wich i will make some good presets on pod, record some stuff (mix) . what do you reccomend to buy?
#2
It might not help you here, but go to the nearest music store, tell them your budget, and that you're looking after a pair of headphones to use that has a very neutral sound.
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#5
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It might not help you here, but go to the nearest music store, tell them your budget, and that you're looking after a pair of headphones to use that has a very neutral sound.

if only i could...

thinking about those:
http://www.amazon.com/AKG-Acoustics-K-240-Studio-Headphones/dp/B0001ARCFA/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1330879564&sr=1-1

http://www.amazon.com/Shure-SRH440-Professional-Studio-Headphones/dp/B002DP1FTU/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1330879720&sr=1-1


Do they do their work?

im just for shit Cab +mic simulation of hd 300, trying to make it better -using eQ. SO need normal headphone under 120 bucks
#6
super flat response headphones:
KRK kns6400
Fostex T50RP

but the ones you posted are decent too
#9
Quote by &baconstrips
I've never had a problem with low impedence headphones... Maybe the pod is just weird. 150-600 is pretty high. I guess best listen to them on that one.

wtf? payin 300 bucks for mfx and 300 for headphone. they give a sh.t
#10
and one more question.
is it recomended to use studio headphones for practicing cause, particullary studio headphones is for mixing-mastering
#11
I recommend the shure srh440. They sound great with my zoom g3 and are under $100.
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#12
Quote by kutless999
I recommend the shure srh440. They sound great with my zoom g3 and are under $100.

is frequency response enough flat for patch editing?
and is that headphone good on metal tones (how clearly does it recognizes distortion?)
#13
Yes, they are very flat and handle heavy distortion very well.
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#14
Quote by kutless999
Yes, they are very flat and handle heavy distortion very well.

can it handle ola englund
#15
If you're still worried about impedance, the shures are 44 ohms, well below the 150-600 they suggest. I think the problem they talk about in the link is because of people using shitty earbuds. Whatever, I don't think impedance will make a difference.
#16
Quote by &baconstrips
If you're still worried about impedance, the shures are 44 ohms, well below the 150-600 they suggest. I think the problem they talk about in the link is because of people using shitty earbuds. Whatever, I don't think impedance will make a difference.

i guess you are right.
well i think , ill go for akg.
thanks guys a lot. its honor to be answered
#17
I heard the pod doesn't sounds that good through headphones even if you have good ones.
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#18
Quote by kutless999
I heard the pod doesn't sounds that good through headphones even if you have good ones.

well, than its another dissapointment.
who said that ?
#22
Yeah, those are better than the srh440's and that's a good price, so I'd get them.
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