"I bought the S4R because I needed to replace my brilliant but horribly uncomfortable Neumann NDH 20's. And the S4R's are equally great and miles more comfortable. I can wear them for hours not even noticing them. The quality is great through and through, but I wish there were an easier way to distinguish the left and right channels. Soundwise I find these great for production and recording. Flatness is a very subjective and deflated term, but I would describe these as balanced. Nothing feels hyped or recessed and the clarity is great throughout the spectrum."
Began playing guitar at a young age and always had a genuine interest in music. This was noticed by managers of local youth clubs where I was asked to DJ. DJing was so much fun it eventually turned into a full time job, playing various clubs in Stockholm. This was during the prime of the rave scene and about the time I came into contact with proper techno, trance and house. By the time the clubs replaced the 1200s for CDs I took a long hiatus from the music scene and only just started producing a couple of years ago.
OLLO vs. Sennheiser vs. Audeze vs. AKG vs. Beyerdynamics vs. Audio Technica
We measured and compare the frequency responses of the main mixing headphones on the market. Measurements were made using G.R.A.S 45CC using IEC 60318-1 ear simulator and Dewesoft AD conversion Sirius system.