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    I also mix on Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro 250 ohm. My only qualm originally was with the bass response but after the initial few months of use I can now compensate for this. Well worth a try for the reasonable price.

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    I like the Audio Technique ATH MT 50. Have been using the same pair for 5 years now. Still strong.

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    AKG or Sennheiser’s all the way in that price range.. But the biggest difference in mixing will be if they are half open or closed! i suggest you try both.

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    I find the Beyerdynamics the best of them all.
    I have the 990 Pro (This one sounds better than the Premium IMO)

    But i heard the 880 is the best, i'm thinking about selling the 990 Pro and get the 880 instead. I heard it's the best of them all for mixing.
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    The 'Beyerdynamic DT 880 Pro' is perfect for mix and mastering. He is known to be 'neutral'. A good choice and not very expensive.

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    Yeah I use the AudioTechnica M50X and I love them so far. Really clean feedback, but I don't have much to compare to. lol
    Last edited by Dropsi; 04-07-2020 at 01:51 PM.

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    I would get Sennheiser, cause even when model of them costs not so much - anyway it can provide pretty nice quality of sound.

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    If you only have headphones, you can't compare to other solid sound sources (and comparison is important if you want to make a finished product and send it to labels or whatever), so that's why 500$ exquisite headphones are just as good as 150$ solid ones, in your case.

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    Audeze LCD-1

    Absolutely FANTASTIC.

    They blow all the others mentioned into oblivion for mixing & mastering. Honestly, check them out, and search for the Scan Pro Audio video comparing LCD-1 and Sen 650
    Last edited by kevlukchurst; 07-03-2020 at 06:53 AM.

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