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Ok, no computer talk. As long as the music is good, nobody should care! Now discuss audio!
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About what you said in the non-audiophile reactions about the brony dubstep artist, wouldn't the best headphone to use for producing electronic music be neutral? Then nothing will be emphasized or recessed unless done intentionally.
post #3 of 63
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Yes. Why?... He uses beats pros... And those have about 18 decibels more than is actually suitable for studio use.
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I said go show him the error of his ways through audiophile hate spam!!! Mwahahahaha!
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Originally Posted by DisCHORDDubstep View Post

I said go show him the error of his ways through audiophile hate spam!!! Mwahahahaha!

Did he give a reaction to you or me yet? I'm too lazy to check.

Not sure if you saw my post about it, but even through a beats pro detox it sounds like ****.. And that's exactly the same sound as the beats pro white he's using.

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Oh. Lol. Everything through those sounds like crap tho! smily_headphones1.gif
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Originally Posted by DisCHORDDubstep View Post

Oh. Lol. Everything through those sounds like crap tho! smily_headphones1.gif

Actually trap isn't too bad through them.. Not bad as in i'm ignoring the price tag. Still sound like max €150,-

post #8 of 63
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Lol. The akg k240's are 70$ on amazon right now. When they first came out, they were over 200$.
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Originally Posted by DisCHORDDubstep View Post

Lol. The akg k240's are 70$ on amazon right now. When they first came out, they were over 200$.

Oo that's nice, I have an AKG k404 and k405 laying here.. Somewhere, not mine though, they aren't bad at all, but the k404 feels like it can break any second.

post #10 of 63
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http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81fU2qnzolL._SL1500_.jpg I highly doubt that these would break though. Very nice looking build. Designed in the 70's for studio use and made to last. If you buy one, make sure its the 55 ohm version unless you have a 1000$ amp able to drive 600 ohm cans. smily_headphones1.gif
Edited by DisCHORDDubstep - 3/28/14 at 1:32pm
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Originally Posted by DisCHORDDubstep View Post

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81fU2qnzolL._SL1500_.jpg I highly doubt that these would break though. Very nice looking build. Designed in the 70's for studio use and made to last. If you buy one, make sure its the 55 ohm version unless you have a 1000$ amp able to drive 600 ohm cans. smily_headphones1.gif

Wow these look so cool..! And I just found them for only 88 euro's (most headphones are more expensive around here). If I could justify buying these, I'd get them right away.

post #12 of 63
Thread Starter 
Ok, he knows beats suck lol. He got them as a gift and can't sell them to get ath m-50x's.
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Originally Posted by DisCHORDDubstep View Post

Ok, he knows beats suck lol. He got them as a gift and can't sell them to get ath m-50x's.

Mhm.. He still shouldn't use them for mastering and such. If he wanted to mix, he shouldn't be OK with doing it with beats. Although the pro's are the least bad pair, imagine if he tried to mix with a solo, that would make for a good laugh.

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YES! Thank you JesusChordDUBSTEP! you are our savior. I shall write religious books about you.

The messiah is here!

Okay, joking aside. I would never listen to anyone who thinks a heavily coloured headphone like the beats pro is good for production and studio use.

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YES! Thank you JesusChordDUBSTEP! you are our savior. I shall write religious books about you.
The messiah is here!
Okay, joking aside. I would never listen to anyone who thinks a heavily coloured headphone like the beats pro is good for production and studio use.
Which is pretty funny, considering the Pro's slogan is that it's used in every major recording studio.
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