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A monitor headphone is meant to be used for studio mixing.
So it will try to minimize distortion and have greater accuracy than a regular headphone.
It will pass through everything evenly (wide and flat frequency response), and sound very flat and neutral.

Some people like this, others don't. Some people prefer the sound of a certain brand/headphone. I like Sennheisers and Grados. I dislike Klipsch. It's all relative. The CX-300b or HD205 from sennheiser are good headphones for the music I listen to, but the bass response on it is boosted relative to a monitor.

Monitors also tend to provide more isolation from ambient noise.
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Bought one, thanks! Note that there is tax not included in the price above (at least in NY).
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Seem drop from 129,99,89 and 79now
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What is a 'monitor'?
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What is a 'monitor'?
I think it means good for studio monitoring
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What is a 'monitor'?
A monitor headphone is meant to be used for studio mixing.
So it will try to minimize distortion and have greater accuracy than a regular headphone.
It will pass through everything evenly (wide and flat frequency response), and sound very flat and neutral.

Some people like this, others don't. Some people prefer the sound of a certain brand/headphone. I like Sennheisers and Grados. I dislike Klipsch. It's all relative. The CX-300b or HD205 from sennheiser are good headphones for the music I listen to, but the bass response on it is boosted relative to a monitor.

Monitors also tend to provide more isolation from ambient noise.
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Can these be good for FPS gaming?
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A monitor headphone is meant to be used for studio mixing.
So it will try to minimize distortion and have greater accuracy than a regular headphone.
It will pass through everything evenly (wide and flat frequency response), and sound very flat and neutral.

Some people like this, others don't. Some people prefer the sound of a certain brand/headphone. I like Sennheisers and Grados. I dislike Klipsch. It's all relative. The CX-300b or HD205 from sennheiser are good headphones for the music I listen to, but the bass response on it is boosted relative to a monitor.

Monitors also tend to provide more isolation from ambient noise.
Thanks for this.
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I recently bought Shure SE215 for the purpose of "live monitoring" on stage. Very good product. Shure is a very good quality sound, isolation (can't hear anything else outside). Very good to concentrate and do some reading too while TV is going on next to you.
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Cable is removable. Nice.
I wonder how the sound quality is.
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$80 each?!? Who sells single headphones for each ear? SMH
These are not headphones... Didn't you hear? Fender started making hearing aids.
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These are not headphones... Didn't you hear? Fender started making hearing aids.
Haha 'didn't you hear' great pun sir
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What is a 'monitor'?
For musicians, it's an alternative to stage monitors, the big wedges on stage, and are used for live performances.

I use Shure 535s as my IEMs.
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