Hear music the way it was meant to be heard...
If you would like to hear the music exactly as I do, and exactly as the music was meant to sound, try a great pair of Sennheiser headphones. During the music production process, Sennheiser headphones were used, to make sure, the end result, was of the highest quality. If your a pro audio bug, then this is the least expensive way, to get the highest quality sound. Sennheiser invented headphones and has been around since 1945. To get a good deal please buy from here and click on the below link; A lot of companies call their headphones "pro", regardless of price, but Sennheiser HD280 Professional Studio Monitor Headphones, actually are professional. These have a flat frequency response, which means they accurately reproduce the sound, as the producer intended it to be heard, and as the producer heard it. As my primary production headphones, the music is produced on the Sennheiser HD280 Professional Studio Monitor Headphones, and then test listened to on others as well. Why? Because all headphones sound different, and producers need an accurate standard. Studio reference headphones use to cost about $400.00 United States Dollars. Sennheiser HD280 Professional Studio Monitor Headphones sound like a $400.00 headphone, but just don't cost $400.00. They allow you to hear the music exactly as I hear it.
Sennheiser HD280 Professional Studio Monitor Headphones
Closed headphones are designed to isolate you from noise, outside of the headphones, so as to allow greater scrutiny, while producing, or increasing privacy, while listening, such as in an airplane, or noisy room etc. Note: These headphones have both 1/8" 3.5mm and a 1/4" 6.3mm male plug. That makes these production headphones extremely versatile for sampling how music sounds any a variety of consumer devices from cell phones to home systems. If you only have one set of headphones these are the ones to get.
Sennheiser HD559 Open Back Headphones
An open headphone design, is vented, which reduces fatigue, by releasing sound pressure into the environment, adding to listening comfort, and aural spaciousness, at the expense of noise isolation. Best used in a quiet environment, where others are not disturbed, by what your listening to, and you are not disturbed, by sounds you may hear, coming from sources, outside the headphones. Note: These headphones are for audiophile use with home systems and have a male 1/4" 6.3mm plug only.
P.S. While I own a set of the Sennheiser HD 280 Pro Headphones, be it known, their closed design, attenuates about 32db, and have a high clamp force, so that when a musician, is playing, while recording and rocking hard, they won't fall off... If you like to listen to music, for extended periods of time, an open design model with velour, ear pads are more comfortable. The HD 280 Pro Headphones are not the only headphones I own, and while they sound superb, and are perfectly comfortable to me, I also have other models of AKG and Sennheiser headphones, for various uses during production, for comparison, and the pure pleasure of listening. Sennheiser Model HD 559 is an excellent open back design headphone with velour ear pads, I own and highly recommend.
Enjoy !!! Michael Kegg.