Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Behringer HPS3000 Studio Headphones Review

Moving from speakers to headsets this month, I've been shopping around for decent budget headphones. Today I'm taking a closer look at the Behringer HPS3000 Studio Headphones. As any studiophile will tell you, your headphones are vital in both recording and playback applications.

When recording, you need to be sure that sound leakage is kept to a minimum to reduce feedback and to keep your recorded track isolated for compression and processing. On the other hand, you'll be needing an accurate stereo image while mixing with headphones, perhaps to get an idea of how your mix will sound in the listener's head.

The Behringer HPS3000 headphones are well-rounded enough for both of these purposes for a price that will not break the bank but will do the job time and time again. They include everything that you'll need for comfortable producing and listening.

The HPS3000 headphones feature very comfortable padded ear cups which fit like a glove for long hours in the studio getting everything right and feature a durable construction to make sure that they last for years. The cable is made from oxygen-free copper to reduce tangling and to increase durability. In the box is a 1/4 inch TRS adapter so these headphones will truly fit any audio application, from your MP3 Player to your mixing desk.

An ultra-wide frequency response makes sure that you'll get the most accurate representation of your mix; you'll notice the high-definition lows and the transparent highs on these headphones - these headphones truly are the masters in their price range. Consider these headphones for an accurate, durable and affordable solution for headphone monitoring.

The Behringer HPS3000 Studio Headphones are on sale for $21.14 at Amazon, a 52% saving from the list price of $43.99!

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