A total of 33 reviews of this product on Reddit.
>Oh wait you can ask for recommendations there granted you’re looking for a $1000 pair.
Which is insane to me.
Here’s the deal: I’m a bit of an audiophile. I’ve been a musician for 15+ years, and I am obsessed with sound. I will spend hours researching which preamp tube to put in the V5 position of my backup amp that I use once a year, because it produces a sound that’s so slightly different that you’d have to use a frequency analyzer to detect the difference.
I produce music as well (home studio, granted), so I spend hours listening to the same tracks on every piece of equipment I own, tweaking and refining the most miniscule, pointless details.
I say this stuff in hopes that it will give me some credibility when I say this: unless you’re doing music production or mastering, a pair of $30 headphones are more than enough for anybody.
I recently bought these, and I honestly can’t tell the difference between them and my $280 Sennheisers, aside from a little extra bass and a little less treble in the cheaper pair.
They’re fine. Spending $1000 on a pair of heaadphones is like throwing $900 into your garbage disposal.
These ones, they do play both inputs together and surprisingly the inputs don’t blend together, I can tell they’re separate.
I have to use my laptop though, having them connected to both my desktop and the amp makes a static sound because of a grounding issue or something.
Bro definitely not. I just bought some $30 pair on Amazon and they are by far the best headphones you can possibly get for the money. Seriously trust me if you’re not sure which cans you wish to pour money into yet, you should spend 30 bucks for these while you mull it over. OneOdio Wired Over Ear Headphones Studio Monitor & Mixing DJ Stereo Headsets with 50mm Neodymium Drivers and 1/4 to 3.5mm Audio Jack for AMP Computer Recording Phone Piano Guitar Laptop – Black
You could get headphones like these that have two input jacks.
If you’re using a desktop computer though you might get some buzzing, better to use a phone or laptop to play the music.
I really like these
They’re only about $40 but they sound like $200 headphones to me. I produce on them sometimes when I’m not home to access my speaker setup and they work great
I recommend getting something like this:
These headphones are affordable and give you two inputs so you can plug into an amp and simultaneously to your phone/computer for source music/backing tracks.
Hey man I have a target backorder. Today I tried two walmarts and a bestbuy. No luck either.
I guess I’ll play with these headphones I got previously for music
I can hear left right center audio etc. I’ll just have to compare it to the sony headset whenever I get it. I cant wait for the microphone though!
Just looked up the one I got, forgot that my dog chewed up the inline mic cable it came with. That cable was great, good quality and material. The headset is $30 and when playing games I still get some form of ‘surround sound’
I have had these headphones for a while, and am really surprised at the quality for under 30 bucks. I definitely plan to upgrade, but if you’re looking for a monitoring headset but don’t want to budget a bunch for it, these are good enough for most and can swap from a 1/4 inch jack to a 3.5 mil. You can even daisy chain them for a janky multi-monitor setup if you had to. They’re on sale for ~23.
[(https://www.amazon.com/OneOdio-Adapter-Free-Headphones-Professional-Telescopic/dp/B01N6ZJH96/ref=sr_1_3?crid=1B2QN9MGKFW3W&dchild=1&keywords=audio+technica+headphones&qid=1602601751&refinements=p_n_specials_match%3A21213697011&…] I’ve read on a recent post for Amazon Prime Day deals that these are good but I don’t have any personal experience with them
I may be too late but I’m really enjoying the Oneodio Adapter Free DJ’s.
Plenty of bass and enough mids/highs. They’re comfy and light. As a gaming or portable headphone, you could do much worse. Great budget option.
Thanks for the insightful responses… much appreciated to someone like me who is still learning a lot right now (although we never really stop learning)
As for the headphones, I picked these up: https://www.amazon.com/OneOdio-Adapter-free-Headphones-Professional-Telescopic/dp/B01N6ZJH96/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1512002855&sr=8-3&keywords=oneodio+headphones
They had really good reviews (although they are now lower than when I bought them) and so far I’m happy with them, but they are a lot less comfortable than they look, which I am pretty sure is due to me having a really big head. I’ve had them for a couple weeks though and they’ve started to break in and feel more comfortable on my head/ears now. Sound is pretty balanced, for a 30 dollar pair of headphones. With that said, I don’t have a lot to compare it to other than some other consumer class stuff in my house/car which I know is all really unbalanced. In the next month or so I might pick up a pair of Mackie cr5bt monitors so I have something other than headphones to mix on, but we’ll see. If you have any recommendations I’m open.
I’m looking into buying a Novation Bass Station II to use with my computer. I have already purchased an audio interface (Scarlet 2i2 -3rd Gen) to connect it to my computer but I was wondering if I could get away with simply buying a cheap pair of headphones to connect to the audio interface, such as this pair on Amazon:
TLDR: Can I get away with using a cheap pair of headphones with my audio interface to listen to the synthesizer while recording?
I recommend these https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N6ZJH96/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1
You may want to get the warranty though, because mine broke after 6 months of heavy use
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N6ZJH96/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_B6Y4D9C435D8PWAY00ZB?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 Theyre pretty good imo but I’ve never had really nice studio headphones. But for 30 bucks fuck it!
The ones i’ve got right now are here> https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N6ZJH96/ref=ppx\_yo\_dt\_b\_search\_asin\_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I’ve been happy with these for the past few months:
Plus Waves Abbey Road Studio 3 has provided more than enough for my current needs.
Good luck on your journey!
For my interface which is the Audient Evo 4 i have to plug my headphones directly into it. I bought these https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N6ZJH96/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 for $38.99 and they work pretty good, they also come with both types of headphone chords.
I’m not sure that an absolutely flat, studio type headphone is needed.
I got some similar headphones on Amazon that are
- cover the ear well
- sound good (whatever that means)
- highly rated on Amazon
- have a detachable cord
I have been very satisfied with them but your mileage may certainly vary.
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I have a brand new pair of those headphones.
Koss KPH30i, Koss PortaPro
These OneOdios at $25 right now are surprisingly not bad.
I feel fatigued(?) in my inner ear after use. Do I buy different headphones? Or change equalizer settings or something?
I’ve got a pair of OneOdio Studio Pro-10 (this). I’m mostly happy with them; reasonable sound quality, are comfortable to keep on my head for a long time, build quality seems pretty good for the price.
But after listening on them for a while, my inner ear will feel a little sore. Like I was listening with the volume way too loud, even though I set the volume pretty low. It seems like how long I can use them before this happens has been getting shorter. Some things (video calls, asmr) I can keep them on for hours, other things (Black Sabbath) I can’t make it through an album anymore. This doesn’t happen if I move the headphones so they’re not actually seated over my ears; but you know that’s not actually comfortable to wear them that way. I don’t want to experience this anymore, and I don’t want to damage my ears.
I’m not knowledgeable about what causes this if not pure volume. Do I need to adjust the equalizer? Do I need to just buy different/better headphones? If unseating them from my ears solves it, does that mean I need open-back headphones? Is the DAC in my laptop (a ThinkPad T450s) garbage and I need to buy an external DAC?
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- Budget: Probably in the <$100 price range; but if you think that I, someone who thinks they want sub-$100 headphones, would actually appreciate a more expensive pair, then LMK. I’m not terribly price sensitive, I’m just not sure I’d actually appreciate a more expensive pair.
- Source: Primarily plugged in to my laptop. I prefer wired.
- Isolation: IDK, not too picky here, but my air conditioner is pretty loud, and I’d prefer not to notice it.
- Public: There’s a global pandemic going on, I’m avoiding being in public, much less wearing headphones in public.
- Type: Full-size
- Balance: Balanced, I guess?
- Other: Should be comfortable to keep on my head for hours and hours during the work day.
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i ended up ordering these but i’m very susceptible to suggestion. do you think AKG 240s will be good enough to be worth another $40?
- Headphones: The earbuds that can be purchased from Oculus have been reported to have a bit of a bug with the left channel and seem to be fairly standard earbuds at best. When sharing earbuds you have to deal with swapping earwax & with these particular models, plug each separate 3.5mm jack into the headset. Below are the links to my alternative solution, which include some nice (yet still more cost-effective) over the ear headphones and a 1.5ft 3.5mm right angle AUX jack.
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Would These be any good ? reviews ?
Any opinion on these headphones?
I just got these and they are pretty great for the price. If you’re looking for a temp fix for a great price, get these. Read the reviews on them.
OneOdio Adapter-free Closed Back Over-Ear DJ Stereo Monitor Headphones, Professional Studio Monitor & Mixing, Telescopic Arms with Scale, Newest 50mm Neodymium Drivers- Glossy Finsh https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N6ZJH96/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_diUGBbF4TWNQN
Look into these.. The 50 mm drivers are big and decibel levels should be loud enough
Sennheiser HD203 Closed-Back DJ Headphones https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003LRN53I/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_gnUGBbGZZRQ2B
These are plenty loud at 115 db and sennheiser happen to be very reputable