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Generally, open-back headphones are better for mixing purposes. There are multiple reasons for this, you accumulate too much of the sub-region in closed-back and you don't hear the sound as clear, you get ear fatigue faster with closed, and the small subtle details of a sound stand out much more with open-backs. Some of the more expensive pairs are in the ...


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Depends what you mean by 'listening quality'. The earbuds and the studio monitor cans are likely to be of different 'impedance' which will mean that for a set unit output level from the computer, the sound pressure level generated by the diaphragms in the earbuds and studio monitors will be different. You may experience a slight reduction in overall volume ...


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