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Sennheiser IE 40 Pro Being designed and produced by the skillful audio engineers of Sennheiser, you might not be surprised that on your first try of the Sennheiser IE 40 Pro you’ll be in a state of shock, in a good way, by the bassy sound and emphasized vocals when…

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Bose QuietComfort QC20i Looking at a stunning set of earphones with active noise canceling from one of the most renown audio equipment manufacturer, we cannot but react with enthusiasm at the sight of these nicely produced stylish and exquisite sounding pieces of in-ear headphones with noise canceling. As great looking…

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Jays q-JAYS 2nd Generation As you might know, there are numerous variants of headphones to buy for different occasions and purposes. But what should you get instead when you want to filter out the unfavorable, and only remain with the endgame pairs? After sweeping away more than 99%, out of…

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Being the flagship studio headphone of the MT series, Yamaha HPH-MT8 has been engineered from a technological and design perspective to deliver the most accurate sound by reducing unwanted resonance. The professional studio headphones have an accurate sound with linear frequency response, high resolution, and extremely faithful reproduction of most musical genres throughout the operating frequency range.

If you had enough of the low-end studio headphones and are confident in starting a career as a music maker and fancy some high-end professional headphones, today’s subject might be your perfect option. Yamaha HPH-MT8 is the flagship monitor headphone among the MT series. It’s a highly favored professional studio headset for audio engineering with a neutral, highly balanced sound.

We’re confident in this product, mainly because Yamaha is a long-lived Japanese corporation founded in 1887, a brand of high caliber vastly known for multiple other high-quality instruments, being a manufacturer people rarely complain. However, as with every product, it has its ups and downs, which is why Yamaha HPH-MT8 deserves a review.

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Superlux HD-668 B We fancy a bit of ambition in the products we review, and without a doubt and hesitation, I affirm that Superlux HD-668 B is a proof of innovation and high performance. These headphones designed mainly for tracking and mixing, for this job they’re nothing short of amazing.…

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T.Bone HD-880 When thinking of an affordable studio headphone, your first thought that might immediately come to your mind is something from Audio Technica or Sennheiser. While these two big companies hold an extensive collection of referencing headphones, among them some cheap ones, for example, Audio-Technica M50x or Sennheiser HD280…

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Audio-Technica ATH-M20x Studio Headphones

Audio-Technica ATH-M20x A high quality helmet, whose reputation is well deserved! This is for me the ideal helmet for the work of a mix, the sound and even for a return to the musician in studio recording. With the ATH-M20x, Audio-Technica has a budget-priced headphone model for studio and DJ…

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Soundsight Headphones is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. AKG K-72 If you’re a big fan of the AKG sound signature, you might expect their headphones to be inclined towards a neutral type of sound profile, and that’s a good thing…

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Audio-Technica ATH-M20x Studio Headphones

AKG K-240 Studio I had the opportunity to try a close friend’s headphones, and much to my confidence I borrowed his AKG K-240 for some days. He made his purchase mainly based on the positive reviews on K-240 seen on the internet. Having experience testing different studio headphones in the…

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Monoprice Premium Hi-Fi Affordable Studio Headphones

Beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro I got the DT-770 Pro as support for mixing because unfortunately, I do not currently have the opportunity to edit my room acoustically for my studio monitors. So now I use the speakers for the regular work, while I use the headphones for the delicate places where…

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