Top 5 Best Headphones for Studio 2019

Headphone is the second main medium for the bedroom listeners as well as the producers who makes music sitting in their home or studio after the speakers. If you are looking for the quality headphones for studio then you are in the right place. We will recommend you top 5 best headphones with it’s features and prices in best budget. Let’s begin!

1. Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro

Quality and comfort wise nothing can beat this headphone. Lows and Highs are little boosted similar to ATH-M50x but this has more detailed mid range which is what we call better Soundstage. It’s an opened-back headphone which has both positive and negative sides. Positive is that your ears won’t get hurt because it has enough room to let your ears breathe. Negative side is people around you can know what you are listening to because of some sound leakage.

Features:

  • 3m long Non-detachable cable
  • Impedance: 250 Ohm – 600 Ohm (Variants)
  • Opened-back Headphone

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2. Audio-Technica ATH-M50x

One of the most widely used headphone in Studio. I just fell in love with it’s Low End (Bass) quality in it’s first demo. It’s low-mid frequency range and and high-mid range is great but high frequency range is even better. If you listen to EDM or Bass music, I highly recommend this.

Features:

  • Comes with 3 Detachable Cables in the same box
  • Available in Wired and Wireless Variants
  • 90 degree swiveling earcups
  • Closed-back Headphone

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3. Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro

The best headphone at Low-Mids (150 – 500 Hz) and High-Mids frequency range. It is the most compared headphone with ATH-M50x so people often confuse which one to buy between these two. My solution to this is if you mostly listen or produce vocalic tracks such as Pop, Rap etc, go for DT770 Pro but if you mostly listen / produce Bass Music such as EDM, Dubstep, Metal etc, then ATH-M50x will be your best friend.

Features:

  • Impedance: 32 – 250 ohm (Variants)
  • Frequency response: 5 – 35,000 Hz
  • Comes with 3m long Non-detachable cable
  • Opened-back Headphone

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Every headphones are best at their own depending on the type of music you listen to.

4. Sony MDR-7506

The excellence of Mid range frequencies makes this headphone perfect for vocal and guitar recordings. The bass is just accurate and gives touch competition to ATH-M50x. The highs are very close to natural. It’s a closed-back headphone with negligible sound leakage. Overall it’s an all rounder headphone in the budget.

Features:

  • Neodymium magnets
  • Closed-back Headphone
  • Frequency response: 10 – 20000 Hz
  • Non-detachable 9.8-foot cord ends in gold-plated plug

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5. Sennheiser HD 800

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If money doesn’t matter to you, then go for this. It’s close to perfection. From Sound to Design to Comfort, everything is excellent. I can clearly hear the separation within the mix. Light weight as compared to above listed headphones. The frequency response is 6-51000 Hz which is just excellent.

Features

  • Extremely light-weight (330 gm)
  • Impedence: 300 ohms
  • Detachable cable: silver-plated, oxygen-free (OFC) copper cable, symmetrical, Kevlar reinforced, 3 m
  • Frequency response: 6 – 51,000 Hz

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I personally use Audio-Technica ATH-M50x for producing and mixing my tracks because it has the best value for budget.

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