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Re: headphones (again!)

I doubt that earphones from Grado are really better than from Sennheiser.
Also, it might be difficult to correctly measure headphones outside an
appropliate acoustic dummy, mimicking the impedance of ear channel.
I recommend www.headwize.com for headphone issues.

Eckard Blumschein

Andrew Brouse <brouse@MUSIC.MCGILL.CA> wrote:

> On Thu, 30 Sep 2004, Stuart Rosen wrote:
> > We need to buy headphones for use in student lab experiments, so perhaps
> > 30 in all. We want something decent but don't want to spend more than,
> > say 40 GBP (equivalent buying power = $40!). We have measured some
> > Beyers and Sennhesiers in this price range but they seemed to have an
> > awful lot of distortion. Any recommendations, anyone?
> Many people have been very satisfied with Grado headphones such as the
> SR-60.
> http://www.gradolabs.com/
> I'm not sure what they cost in the UK but they are very reasonably
> priced in North America.
> Andrew
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> Andrew Brouse
> Music Technology
> McGill University
> Montreal, Quebec, Canada