- Sennheiser IE 40 PRO In-Ear Monitoring Headphones (Clear)
- SKU # SEN IE40PROCLEAR
- MFR # 507482
- UPC # 615104304598
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- 10mm Dynamic Drivers
- 20 Hz to 18 kHz Frequency Response
- 115 dB Maximum SPL
- Up to 26 dB of Passive Noise Attenuation
- Phase Coherent & Low Distortion
- Detachable 4.3' Headphone Cable
- 3.5mm TRS Connector
- Lightweight, Compact Design
- Includes Foam & Silicone Eartips
- Includes Cleaning Tool & Soft Pouch
- Sennheiser IE 400 PRO In-Ear Headphones for Wireless Monitoring Systems (Clear)
- SKU # SEN IE400PROCLEAR
- MFR # 507484
- UPC # 615104304604
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- High-Resolution Monitoring for Live Show
- For Quiet to Moderate Stage Sound Levels
- Wide Frequency Response: 6 Hz to 19 kHz
- Detachable, Black, Straight Cable
- Single Dynamic Driver for Natural Sound
- Clear and Spacious Soundstage
- Lightweight Wearing Comfort & Secure Fit
- Reduction in Ambient Sound: -26 dB
- Powerful Bass Reproduction
- Break-Resistant Cable Connection
Studios of any size will benefit from professional studio monitors, headphones and precision volume controls. Performance Audio has studio monitors & headphones for every application and budget.
Editing with headphones, both of your ears receive the audio stream at precisely the same time. The result of this is a sound that seems to be coming from inside your head rather than in front of you. Any panning of instruments or tracks will seem to be more widely spaced, and effects like reverbs and delays will appear far wider and deeper.
With studio monitors, the natural reverb of your room has a smoothing effect on the more aggressive soundwaves and adds ambience, but monitoring on headphones allows you to experience your audio without room acoustics. This results in audio elements without much reverb (snappy beats and clean vocals, for example) coming across as more bright and aggressive.
Often it is wise to consider your sound on both headphones and quality studio monitors to make sure your sound comes across as intended in as many situations as possible.
Studio monitoring whether by monitor speakers or headphones is one of the most critical choices you can make because most of the decisions you make as you edit and tweak your recordings are based on what you hear from your monitors/headphones. Make sure you have a good quality way to listen to your work.
Feel free to contact us or stop by and listen to our speaker demo room if you want help in making a great studio monitoring decision.