Which are better for music production, mixing: Sennheiser HD650, AKG K702 or AKG Q701?
Nov 8, 2011 at 4:45 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 5

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Hi Gents
 
Im interesting in buying one of the above headphones for Music Production, Mixing and Sound Design. Which from this are most detailed and flat?
 
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Im using RME Babyface as my soundcard, Logic Pro as a sequencer and some external synths like Clavia Nord Lead 2x.
 
Thank You in advance for your time
 
Nov 8, 2011 at 5:36 AM Post #2 of 5

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Hi Gents
 
Im interesting in buying one of the above headphones for Music Production, Mixing and Sound Design. Which from this are most detailed and flat?
 
BTW
 
Im using RME Babyface as my soundcard, Logic Pro as a sequencer and some external synths like Clavia Nord Lead 2x.
 
Thank You in advance for your time



I use the K702 for production, mixing, and mastering...but the Baby face build in hps amp in not enough to drive the 702's ( I just tested this combo a month ago ). You can start with this configuration but eventually you'll need to invest around $200 for a nice used hps amp.
 
 
 
Nov 8, 2011 at 9:11 AM Post #5 of 5

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K702 + SPL Phonitor, the crossfeed and speaker angle
settings can recreate speaker placements.
 
You may also wish to consider their entry level
product for mixing - 2Control with dual headphone outs
 
Phonitor is below
 

 

 
Use your babyface connector to hook up the XLR plugs to
the input.
 

 

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