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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2018 7:46 am 
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Hi Tom,

Yes I am completely in the dark when it comes to head phones.
I have always edited in a room with desktop, amp, speakers, proper mic etc.

I am interested in your views re headphones Tom.

I go blue tooth on this one (next gen iPad probably no head phone socket) I do have a cheap blue headphones blue tooth £20 quid on ear. Used for a year no cables are good for me, edit in park, on ear I can do maybe 20 mins too uncomfortable. ( I have massive ears :)

I wishing to upgrade head phones and over come these issues for me,

1: On ear with glasses painful
2: Mic works for commands however voice overs in LF no, sound too poor quality.

I seen these come up "Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless"

< ... ious-money>

In your view Tom would this fit the bill and become, like my office I had before with isolated sound and mic good enough for voice overs ?

Any questions are helpful

Regards Rob

PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2018 8:39 am 

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Rob - I’m afraid I’m not going to be able to answer your question. But I will say this... you need to identify your user functional and technical requirements and your budgetary limitations. (It sounds like I’m back at work LOL). You can always check Amazon’s reviews on a specific model as some address your concerns. For me, $100 has always been about my limit for headphones. More $ than that... better sure. But worth it? Not to me. Which is why I drive a Honda and not a Tesla LOL!


PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2018 8:59 am 
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Hi Tom and Rob

I had no need to identify user functional and technical requirements or budgetary limitations because the wife bought them for me!

I've just been and had a look and I can't see a model number. I do know they were about £100 are bluetooth and over ear. I wear glasses and do not have a problem with them.

They work fine with my iPhone, iPad and iMac Mini

I like the fact that there's no cables and although there must be a tiny amount of 'lag' I certainly can't notice it.

.. Good things come to those who wait

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