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Re: headphones



Hi Jim,

I have a pair of Sennheiser HD-25s.  I use mine constantly, the isolation 
is
excellent and they are pleasant sounding, not quite flat in response.  They
are comfortable despite being worn on the ear, both ears fold back so you
can have one on and one off - a DJ induced design.  Every single component
is replaceable.  I take them with me all the time when I do studio work

Mine cost 140 3 years ago and have been very dependable and reliable.

Perhaps you may consider an IEM solution There's a review on Drumdojo
www.drumdojo.com and type IEM in the search engine.

I'm sure there are many contenders for your cash :)

Hope this is useful anyway

Paul
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Paul Marshall
Portfolio Sound Artist
http://www.powerhaus.net
http://www.drumdojo.com
http://www.differentdrums.co.uk
NI Facilitator for the Da Capo Foundation
www.dacapo.co.uk
Drumdojo Recommended link For June 2003
Percussion of Persia http://tinyurl.com/ddbg
----- Original Message -----
From: "jimfowler" <jimfowler@prodigy.net>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Saturday, July 05, 2003 4:40 PM
Subject: headphones


> so i've set up a way to monitor guitar, bass, and synth all from the 
>stage
> (goodbye, soundguy) and now i'm looking for a good pair of headphones 
>that
> can handle a lot of sound without breaking up...they'll need to be able 
>to
> drown out the drummer and hopefully overcome the p.a.
>
> any suggestions?
>
> -jim
>
>
>
>