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✅ TOP 5: Best Studio Headphones 2020

February 10, 2020


Are you looking for the best studio headphones? In this video, we will top studio headphones
on the market. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best headphones for the studio, we have included links in the description for each
product mentioned, so make sure you check those out. Starting off at number 1 we have the Sennheiser
HD 600. The HD600 is an open, dynamic and professional
pair of headphones built for audiophiles, offering an accurate view of Sonics, resulting
in the emission of Clear sound waves with no external sound disturbance. All these come together, making them a favorite
among the topmost sound engineers in the industry. The padding on the headband and ear cups is
one of the most comfortable we have never come across in headphones. You can easily wear them throughout the day
without discomfort issues. The sound quality is nothing less than amazing. The base is very precise and accurate and
the mids are amazing. The detail level in audio is fantastic and
will help you create amazing-sounding music. We recommend these to anyone who is on the
lookout for impeccable quality headphones, as these are absolutely extraordinary when
compared to other headphones available in the market. If you’re looking to invest in headphones
for a long period of time, these are a great choice. They can end up being a little pricey, especially
if you are a beginner but we honestly believe they are completely justified in their cost. These headphones have an immense number of
reviews and ratings all over the internet which can be exceptionally useful in answering
any questions you may have. These headphones are absolutely world-class
and will 100% make for a remarkable listening experience. Manufactured specifically for studio purposes
and packed with world-class features, these headphones will blow your mind. At number 2 we have the Audio Technica ATH-M50X. These headphones come in second on our list
since they’d be the ideal pick for just about anyone. If you are looking for great multi-purpose
headphones that you can use both for studio purposed and additionally with other devices,
then these work perfectly. The vast majority of studio-specific headphones
lack bass since they need to keep the frequency flat for better sound engineering, but the
manufacturer of these headphones has shown genuine concern regarding this and have included
a great bass functionality which can be used as needed. So for somebody low on spending, seeking excellent
headphones with bass, these are a great choice! The volume is impeccable and the bass is genuine
bass. While far from what you would get in high-end
headphones, it is still pretty close to perfect bass. Sound isolation is a pretty neat feature for
most headphones to have, specifically for music production. And the sound isolation on these headphones
is pretty exceptional and works best when used for studio mixing. For general use, however, you’ll find it
does an okay job but use it solely as studio monitor headphones, and it works out extremely
well. The design of the headphones is very premium
and sturdy. Along with the different sizes of cables,
you get a carry bag that matches the colors of the headphones. The cushion padding on the ear cups and the
headband is soft and shouldn’t cause any issues. The weight of the ATH-M50X comes in at around
9.0 ounces, making it pretty lightweight and comfortable. At number 3 we have the Beyerdynamic DT 990
Pro 250 Ohm. These headphones from Beyerdynamic are pretty
great in terms of specifications. In general specifications, these headphones
come with an open diffused field and 250-ohm drivers, along with a wired cable. The renowned manufacturer has given its best
in terms of sound quality and we managed to get pretty excellent sound reproductions in
our testing. On top, you get a rugged, adjustable headband
that is both flexible, and durable. The ear cups are the most interesting part
of the design. They are open-back headphones with the grilled
exterior design, build ideally for mixing purpose. The large and super-soft ear cups are made
of microfiber and are one of the most comfortable pairs of headphones in the market. In the comfort department, the DT 990 pro
simply blows its competitors out of the water. These headphones are ideal for music mixers
or sound engineers who work for continuous hours in their studio, as the lightweight
and comfortable design makes it easy to use over a longer period of time. The DT 990 is not much different from the
Audio Technica MTH-50X feature-wise with the main difference being in build design, and
while the MTH-50X works well for general use, the DT-990 is more focused towards sound engineering
and might not be best for use as regular headphones. The price of the headphones comes in at the
mid-range and while you can probably find headphones with almost similar features at
a comparatively lower price, the DT 900 rules in terms of build and overall weight. At number 4 we have the Audio Technica ATH-M40X. The headphones come with excellent isolation
technology, ensuring minimal disturbance from external sounds. Drivers are 90 degrees, swiveling kind, which
makes it comfortable to monitor music with just one driver the ear. The headphones are constructed using premium
quality material and the headbands and ear cups provide a moderate level of comfort. Even though the MTH-40X is not as heavily
padded as the 50X, it is still very comfortable to wear and can surely be worn for a long
period of time. The ATH 40X comes with 40 mm drivers which
are slightly smaller than the 45mm drivers on the ATH 50X. The driver size affects the base. Now, while this doesn’t mean that the base
on the 40X is weak, it’s just not as good as the 50X. The sound quality in the ATH 40X is as good
as the ATH 50X. The mid-range is very accurate and clear with
excellent depth. The audio that comes out is detailed and crisp,
ideally suited for studio monitoring. As mentioned earlier, these are the predecessor
of ATH-M50X but in no way are weaker than it. They would be an ideal choice for people who
are low on budget and want to try out Audio Technica headphones. An aspiring musician may not necessarily have
an unlimited budget to try out premium accessories and so we would easily recommend the ATH-M40X
as a lower-cost alternative that comes packed with amazing features and maintains a certain
trust factor in terms of the brand name. And for our final pick at number 5 we have
the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO. After the ATH-M50X, these are probably the
best closed-back headphones. They are available in 3 variants 32 OHM, 80
OHM, and 250 OHM. We are going to review the 250 OHM variant
here. The 770 pros are best for those music producers
who like to focus more on the bass. Since the headphones are closed-back, bass
response is superior on them. Along with that since they are closed-back,
the overall sound comes out as much detailed. Since the headphones are closed-back, you
can also use them as normal headphones. you will get an excellent audio experience
on them. Talking about the build and comfort quality
on DT 770 pro, the headphones come with the solid build quality and look almost the same
as DT 990 expect the grill/vent that you get to see in DT 990. The headphones are available in two colors:
gray and black. The padding on the headphones is the same
as DT 990 and is one of the most comfortable you will ever get with any headphones. The soft leather padding on the headband and
velour padding on the earcups is super soft and would allow you to use the headphones
for a longer period of time without any issues. You get single side connectivity which means
there would be no hassle of wires and headphones could be taken on and off without any issues. With the 250 ohm version, you get a 3m coiled
cable for connectivity. So that sums up the top studio headphones. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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