The Senal SMH-1000 studio headphones have the look and feel of the Sony MDR-7506 headphones, which pretty much set the standard for professional monitoring headphones in the sub-$100 range. In many cases, the Sony MDR-7506 headphones are even better than other models that cost substantially more. [click to continue…]
B&H has the Sony MDR-7506 pro studio headphones for $82.95 (reg. $99). If you are monitoring or mixing any audio for video editing or otherwise want/need good, accurate sound these are a solid buy.
I paid the $100 retail price for mine a few years ago. They are the absolute best bang-for-your-buck studio headphones on the market – and have been for years. They are worth every penny of the $100 retail price and are a real bargain at $83 with free shipping.
Check them out here at B&H Photo.
B&H has a pair of great deals on the Zoom H4n and Tascam DR-100MkII XLR audio recorders right now. Both units come in a combo with a pair of Sony MDR-7506 headphones, which run $100 on their own. I swear by the Sony MDR-7506 headphones. They are the absolute best bang-for-your-buck studio headphones on the market – and have been for years. They are worth every penny of the $100 asking price.
The Zoom H4n and Sony MDR-7506 headphones is $309 here at B&H Photo.
The Tascam DR-100MkII and Sony MDR-7506 headphones is $339 here at B&H Photo.
Both units retail around $300. I have used both XLR recorders extensively and firmly believe the Tascam DR-100MkII is the better unit and certainly worth the $30 premium over the Zoom H4n kit. The Tascam has a lower noise floor and better control scheme. For more details, check out my comparison review of the Zoom H4n, Tascam DR-100MkII and Olympus LS-100.