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post #6211 of 17154
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Originally Posted by FancyDan View Post
 

I haven't read the whole thread haha. I was just stating my overbearing affection for the HD600s :)

wrong animation anyway.  thats for the sennheiser veil.

post #6212 of 17154
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Originally Posted by SP Wild View Post
 

 

Yup, top studios still relying on the HD600/HD650 for monitoring - I mean specifically these two cans.

woah, can't imagine using the 650 for monitoring or mixing.

post #6213 of 17154
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Originally Posted by SP Wild View Post
 

 

Yup, top studios still relying on the HD600/HD650 for monitoring - I mean specifically these two cans.

As much as I like my HD600's, I don't see why anyone would use open back cans for studio monitoring. Isolation is a desired characteristic for most monitoring applications and these are not so good at that.

post #6214 of 17154

I dunno...This guy is considered the amongst best in the industry.

 

http://www.soundsound.ie/index.php/gear/

post #6215 of 17154
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Originally Posted by Keithpgdrb View Post
 

woah, can't imagine using the 650 for monitoring or mixing.

 

Once again, the professionals have a much better understanding than head-fiers.

 

See here.

 

:cool:

post #6216 of 17154
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Originally Posted by SP Wild View Post
 

I dunno...This guy is considered the amongst best in the industry.

 

http://www.soundsound.ie/index.php/gear/

Mastering and monitoring are different. If you are monitoring while dubbing in a vocalist you are not going to want sound leakage. If you are doing a final mixdown or mastering in a silent room then isolation is not likely to be important. He had the HD's listed for mastering, not as you said monitoring.

post #6217 of 17154

Did you go through my second link?  Depends on the circumstances really.

post #6218 of 17154
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Originally Posted by SP Wild View Post
 

I dunno...This guy is considered the amongst best in the industry.

 

http://www.soundsound.ie/index.php/gear/

Interesting dac/amp:

 

"DACS HeadLite Mark 2"

 

Clearly he hasn't been reading enough HeadFi :devil_face:

post #6219 of 17154
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Originally Posted by SP Wild View Post
 

Did you go through my second link?  Depends on the circumstances really.

I didn't see your second link? Where is it?

post #6220 of 17154

Remember, they have god knows how much invested in speakers and room treatment...the headphones are to get a more general picture...unlike us headphone connoisseurs.

 

Stan: post just below the first link.


Edited by SP Wild - 2/9/14 at 1:03pm
post #6221 of 17154
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Originally Posted by perhapss View Post
 

Interesting dac/amp:

 

"DACS HeadLite Mark 2"

 

Clearly he hasn't been reading enough HeadFi :devil_face:

Perhaps he's been too busy watching the Marx Brothers and not attending SUNY.

post #6222 of 17154
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Originally Posted by SP Wild View Post
 

Remember, they have god knows how much invested in speakers and room treatment...the headphones are to get a more general picture...unlike us headphone connoisseurs.

 

Of course because they care so much about everything else they just neglect real quality on the headphone rig...

post #6223 of 17154

bingo

 

C'mon man, this aint no debate about tubes or solid state...thought you guys would've appreciated some insight...apparently not!


Edited by SP Wild - 2/9/14 at 1:06pm
post #6224 of 17154
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Originally Posted by SP Wild View Post
 

bingo

Perhaps for monitoring the criteria is not the same as ours

post #6225 of 17154

Most big budget recordings make sure that the results are compatible with headphone stereo imaging.

 

Except for audiophile recordings...they don't consider us at all.  :confused: 

 

Point is - a lot of professionals rely on the HD600/HD650 pair for a natural - neutral sound.


Edited by SP Wild - 2/9/14 at 1:12pm
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