Looking for some advice re. headphone choice.
My current set up for recording is Cubase on a laptop, Zoom r24 as audio interface and various bits n pieces main recorded direct in but sometimes amped bass/guitars recorded through cheap mics.
I have been using my Goldring Dr150 headphones as good as they are for listening, they are too coloured and dark to be suited to recording. So I think it time to buy something more suited to the task.
I was considering beyer Dt880 pros 250ohm but I am gettting a little put off by the reviews all mentioning the need for a headphone amp. Would the R24 be sufficient to drive these?
Any other suggestions in a similar price range?
Bone conductiong headphones, blue tooth connection.
Useful when you still need your ears free.....cycling, running walking.
Hardly used. Complete with box & instructions.
£25 inc post & pack to UK mainland
High-end "audiophile" headphones in excellent condition and come with a nice stand and proper Grado 6.35mm to 3.5mm adaptor. Cost new £450 back in '05/06
These are really stunning sounding and comfortable headphones but i just dont get the time to use them anymore so they need to find a new loving home. only a couple of tiny mark as shown in the pics otherwise outstnading condition.
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Postage in mainland UK £15 fully insured.