I'm a guitarist who uses a Kemper Profiling Amp to generate my sounds. Without going into the technical details, it mimics the sound of guitar amps and FX, which I then send to a QSC K10 monitor for amplification when playing live with my band. I've been using Shure SRH940 headphones when programming my settings at home. The problem I'm having is that those settings sound very different through my K10, especially the treble. Someone else's acoustic simulation preset that I downloaded sounded laughably bad at home through my SRH940s -- like a dull electric guitar plugged direct into a mixing board -- but sounded shockingly good through my K10, with brilliant string detail and genuine acoustic snap and character. And on the flip side, my distortion patches that I so carefully tweaked and EQed at home were piercingly bright through the K10. I'm guessing that the issue is mainly with the accuracy of the SRH940s, given that someone else's preset sounded pretty much perfect through my K10.
With a small apartment and a 2-yr-old asleep in the next room, I need to be able to program sounds late at night through headphones that will translate to my live rig. Any suggestions that won't involve spending more than $400?