Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Good Studio Hearphones
From: philicorda (philicorda_AT_ntlworld.com)
Date: Sat Jul 24 2004 - 20:00:32 EEST
I use Beyer DT150 headphones. They are solid, repairable, and have a
better bass end than the old DT100.
They are closed, but this can be a good thing as you get less spill from
the headphones onto the mic than with open cans+less level is needed.
You can blow them up, but it's pretty hard, and the drivers are not too
expensive to replace. The old DT100 was a bit of an industry standard,
and the DT150 looks likely to follow in it's footsteps.
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