4 Best Headphones For Music Lovers and Music Makers

 

Audio Technica M70X
Ideal for studio mixing and tracking, FOH, DJing, mastering, post-production, audio forensics and personal listening, the Audio Technica M70X is the latest member of the critically acclaimed M line of headphones. Featuring proprietary 45 mm large-aperture drivers tuned to accurately reproduce extreme low and high frequencies (5 to 40,000 Hz) while maintaining perfect balance, the contoured earcups seal tight for excellent sound isolation with minimal bleed. With accurate lows, no dips in the midrange and clear, strident highs; the Audio Technica M70X is the real deal. Ideal for the advanced professional in search for better frequency response and flatter response curves.

 

AKG K240 MKII
K240s are the most widely used headphones in studios and at live consoles around the world, and AKG looks set to preserve its pristine reputation with the K240 MKII. Offering a frequency range of 15Hz-25kHz for accurate monitoring with the added functionality of single-ear use, the K240 MKII steals the show with layered mids and a phenomenal vocal range. Playing to its strength of being a mid-focused headphone, its lack of coloration and faithful recreations of sound make it the ideal companion of the advanced sound engineer looking for a legitimate, fuss-free alternative to studio speakers.

 

Audio Technica M40X
Featuring 40mm neodymium magnet drivers that deliver the accurate frequency response and solid bass needed to make sound decisions when recording, mixing, or DJing,  the Audio-Technica ATH-M40X’s closed-back design offers superior isolation with minimal bleed while the circumaural earpads give comfort during long sessions. With tasteful, never boomy lows, clear and accurate midrange and crisp highs with excellent detail; the Audio Technica M40X delivers superbly and is worth its price tag. Perfect for the intermediate end user who’s serious about monitoring and listening pleasure.

Superlux HD668B
Though inspired by AKG’s classic K240-series drivers, the Superlux HD668B is far from being a pretender. It isolates very well with very little bleed. The HD668B’s low end is tight, quick, and accurate while the mids are crisp and detailed. The highs shimmer and sparkle. The Superlux HD668B is simply brilliant for such a low-priced headphone and it definitely holds its own against products costing double or triple the price. The balanced, airy and transparent sound gets any mix or monitor job done, perfect for the beginner just starting out in the studio or stage.

 

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