Have any of the folks on this forum who have some trained ears tried a set of "nuraphones"?
All the marketing hype sounds interesting (as it should if it's to do the job!) and I am a sucker for trying new headphone since I like so few of them. These are a little pricey for a whim purchase...
What I do like is my older Grados and the occasional AKGs. I have a pile of other cans so clients have some choice, For myself, nothing has dislodged the Grados for mixing and listening. These "nuraphones" are 'in ear' after a fashion, which I usually loath... but the tuning software sounds very intriguing.
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Has anyone tried a set "nuraphone" headphones?
All about the tools and techniques involved in capturing sound, in the studio or on location.
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It would certainly be interesting to try these, see if it's one of those internet marketing gimmicks or proven to work.
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