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Originally Posted by jonnycool06 View Post

hmm... for my own mixing and recording i'll be needing my own headphones... especially with home recording etc 
i've tried the shure iems before and didn't like them, i found them too mid heavy and warm i don't know if it translates to headphones? maybe?
i'm interested in what the KNS can do, maybe even the 8400?

Yes the KRK8400 is for sure a headphone I would look into over the HD380 and M50. Sorry haven't owned the SRH840.
post #17 of 17
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Hey guys thanks for all your help!!! I ordered the SRH840's and they're BRILLIANT, the only small issue is weight and comfort because the weight makes it hurt on the top of my head but i'm sure i can just stick some foam or something on it. The one problem i've had with audio so far is that it bleeds out, I need my click track to be rather loud to cut through the other tracks and so far it has bled into both microphones when i've recorded, I use 2 AKG C414's and play guitar with one positioned at the neck and one directly outside the sound hole but both have been picking up the clicks. If there's a way to get it out or prevent further bleed then that'd be great! Thanks again all of you!!!

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