Best headphones for classical music analyzing/evaluating?
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For a classical pianist that practices on a hybrid grand digital piano, needing headphones so as to not disturb neighboring apartments, but most importantly needing the sound to be as accurately reproduced as possible, would the 58x or 6xx be the best choice? Or, do these require extra power/amps (that wouldn't come from a digital piano), making a Sennheiser HD 599 or Beyerdynamic 880t better? Please - any advice would be greatly appreciated!
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dcha12
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Sep 18, 2020
Choose the HD599 or the HD58X. With your use case getting a more expensive one that's harder to get the best out of via a $$$$ system makes no sense.
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tbkurz
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Sep 21, 2020
Appreciate it, dcha12!
dyzw
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Sep 15, 2020
I recommend the Sennheiser HD 660s. Pricier, but best headphones for use with my Clavinova.
tbkurz
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Sep 21, 2020
Thanks dyzw. Appreciate the info. So your headphones plug Straight into the Clavinova and the higher impedance on the 660’s is not a negative factor? Good to know.