Posted 10 June 2009 - 10:32 AM
I would recommend getting some monitors. Yamaha and JBL are the leaders in the Audio and cinema worlds for audio mixing, but some techs by me swear by the KRKs, which are actually less expensive. Less than those HD650s anyway. If you afford them get those, but I doubt you will get the depth, and accurate reverberation (hall or plate). The audio would probably sound either too clean or distorted in the low end. Not to mention that sound editing takes time, and after a while headphones really bother my ears. I've owned several sets of cans, studio headphones, noise canceling ect. after 3-6 hours they all start to cause discomfort. If you wanted the headphones for your iPod as well, the 650s need to draw more power than an iPod can give so you would be forced to listen to your music at a low volume, if you stay tethered to your computer that would be fine though.