[quote]si westfield (09/09/2010)[hr]thanks howiegroove: i have seinheiser hd25-mk11 for djing and love the sound quality and build quality. want some that go over the ears for production so the HD series look good
Yeah, my HD’s are amazing and comfy. I can have them on for a few hours with no problems at all.
They the best frequency response I’ve head in headphones, which is what you want for production.
Read this review. It compares the dt990 pros with other HP’s in the same price range (including Sennheiser’s and Audio-Technica). The DT 990’s win by a long way in both frequency response and tracking! I’ve got a pair and can testify to how good they are for the price. Much better then anything else I’ve tried. Read the review anyway mate. And there loads more stuff on that site so you will find the pair for you somewhere on there.
[quote]bobby lupo (09/09/2010)[hr]hands down Audio-Technica ,especially within that range. if you know how to shop around, for like a 110 dollars you can get a pair of ATH M50’s that will amaze you.[/quote]
[quote]onetwoseven (09/09/2010)[hr]Some awful recommendations here. Sony MDR’s? wtf guys, really? I got a pair right in front of me now are they are one of the worst head phones I ever used (other then Ipod ones lol).
[quote]howiegroove (09/09/2010)[hr][quote]bouffont (09/09/2010)[hr]I’ve managed to break every pair of Sony’s I’ve ever owned.
SONY HEADPHONES BLOW![/quote]
Yeah the build quality is so bad on them! MRD’s I got now used to be my dads, he seen the light now tho and has some sennheiser’s haha
I only use the MRD for DJing, and that’s coz their the only closed can’s I got right now. Every time I take them on and off i feel like they’re bout to break. They feel so cheap and badly made, I know they’re gonna break sooner rather then later.
Had a few sony in ear noise isolation HP’s years ago, both pair’s of them I had broke. Ughh, just no to Sony HP’s! Don’t do it!!