Studio Headphones

Studio Headphones allow close to the ear audio monitoring when producing, mixing, mastering or DJing. Studio headphones are practical when accurate sound adjustments and stereo width positioning are required. Headphones offer another way of monitoring, allowing the producer to AB the output to the studio monitors.

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Closed back designs, such as the Audio Technica ATH-M40FS’, are considered to be better for recording as they offer isolation from outside noise, as well as decreasing their own sound-leakage.

However, Open back designs, such as the Roland RH-A30’s, are often favoured for mixing purposes due to their more realistic representation of sound – particularly with bass frequencies. In Ear monitors, such as the Beyerdynamic DTX80’s, are typically used by performing musicians for reference purposes.

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