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    Hi. I've been using my Audio Technica m50x for a couple of years now and I'm really happy with the sound. They give good detail on the panning, delays, and reverbs. I'd still prefer using Yamaha HS8s for the final mix down though.

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    Beyerdynamic 990Pro!

    Best headphones for mixing all kinds of music

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    I think the Audeze LCD-2 headphones are good because they do not over emphasize the low end so that the low end becomes distracting. You can mix it bright and it will have enough low end too.

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    Epsilon-144 got it down, Audio Technica (I have the ATH-M50x's) makes some SERIOUSLY good shit. Pretty flat EQ and very good for mixing from another perspective. My ATH-M50x's were one of the best audio-related purchases I've ever made.

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    audio technica... really good headphones.

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    Make sure to consider your DA conversion

    I run a pair of Sennheiser HD600's being fed from a Benchmark DAC/1 it's a nice combination especially with Sonarworks thrown on top

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    I've been very impressed with my AKG Q701 series phones.. They are very detailed once you break them in. When I first got them I was not happy but then after I read the break in time was 48-72 hrs, I was then impressed with it's quality. You can hear very distinct sounds in the mix and pinpoint certain sounds and frequencies to work on. I would def recommend. I don't know if they are still available. They are the Quincy Jones Limited edition ones. But Im sure the regular AKG 701's are the same ones.

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