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fdd23a  No.62603

What are some good headphones for hypnos?

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ac5ce9  No.62608

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It depends on your environment and needs. Open headphones like the AKG K240 usually have the best soundstage (they sound more spacious and capture things like sound distance better) but don't block out much noise, while closed headphones have better isolation and stronger bass. Lately I've just used my Koss PortaPro and a pair of earbuds because my Superlux HD-668B broke and I don't have the shekels for anything better, so do realize that shelling out more for headphones with good build quality will save you more than buying something cheap that won't last.

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393fd1  No.62611

>>62608

Thanks for those, gives me somewhere to start.

I could get sold on something like Beyerdynamic DT880.. the two pitfalls I detect are a) I won't use them for music so maybe it's a waste? and b) how do I justify regularly wearing 200 or 300 usd headphones in bed with pillow e.t.c. excerting pressure on headband and connections?

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ac5ce9  No.62613

>>62611

Yeah, if you aren't listening to music or playing vidya (open headphones are really great for first person games) than the DT880 or other headphones that benefit from an amplifier are overkill and you're better off focusing on durability. I'd almost suggest trying some well-built studio headphones like the MDR-V6, but those are designed to bring out the flaws in a recording to help studio guys identify and fix these problems so the incredibly clean sound comes at a cost: it may make some badly-recorded files sound worse!

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ac5ce9  No.62614

>>62611

>>62613

Think I'm being a little harsh here. Most of the stuff on these charts will sound leagues better than normalfag headphones once your ears adjust, the big issues for someone who listens to hypnosis laying on his side are build quality and comfort.

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393fd1  No.62615

>>62614

More precisely the issues I perceive with my current headphones are that the sound is not very deep. For hypnosis it makes the voice track sometimes a bit harsh and difficult to relax into when the volume is set so that everything will be intelligible. Also, I have used better headphones in the past and I think I need a certain quality to get ASMRy sensations and good binaural effects, those can be very powerful tools to relax and get deeper so I don't wanna fudge them with bad headphones. At the same time I understand that voice and music are different in terms of frequency and that hypno files are compressed in ways that limit quality at a point.

Need to find that point of diminishing returns and get some well-built product in that segment. .

Leaning towards ATH - AD700, good mids sound promising and I think positional accuracy might be an indicator for these purposes aswell, sense of space/depth.. Weak bass is a bit of a bummer I guess but not too tragic.

The more expensive options people seem to recommend getting an AMP, and I don't think I will get much in return for going through that business. I don't know all the technicals but I'm going to play compressed files on my on-board audio card so can having an amp between the source and the headphones really make a difference?

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01acd5  No.62616

I think small earphones are the best, as you feel them way less than big headphones.

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ac5ce9  No.62618

>>62615

Can confirm, a good soundstage does wonders for binaural recordings and ASMR.

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481c8f  No.62646

I was VERY happy with my sleepphones before they broke. You barely feel you're wearing them at all, and the sound quality is still perfect. They do not block out outside sounds, however, so that may be a problem for some.

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e2c30c  No.62657

>>62614

>>62608

>>62603

Does someone have explicit recommendations for headphones that can be used while laying on the side?

Neither are in-ear's bearable due to the pressure ot the inner ear and the over-ear one's i currently use aren't durable enough to be laid and + the head's in an unusual position.

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bf778d  No.62658

Read up over here:

https://thewirecutter.com/electronics/headphones/

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3977be  No.62756

>>62616

Big headphones can kinda help the feeling of hypnosis though because it reinforces the feeling of listening to hypnosis, it's like a uniform lol.

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84b3b9  No.63249

Anybody tried bone conducting phones?

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80c6f2  No.63250

>>62611

Another anon here

I was about to recommend either the DT-770 or 880 as well

The pair of DT-770 Pro 250Ohm i bought some 4 or 5 years ago still are holding up well, despite hypno sessions several times a week and being used on my daily commute. These things can take a beating.

The only problem that came up over the years is that the earpieces keep slipping out of the headband now that they are so thoroughly worn, but that shouldn't affect your purpose.

For hypno they are great, as they are extremely comfortable, block out most of my neighbors noise and are rather neutral with good depth.

As for music, they are just what i prefer, nice and neutral, but that's not everyone's taste.

As for laying on the side… maybe some in ears. I currently handle it by arranging the pillow around the headphones, which works fine.

Well, there are my 2 cents: Thoroughly recommended (plus kinda cheap at 130€ for me back then on amazon).

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ee075a  No.63261

What is the best impedence value for a smart phone headset (without an amplifier) 32ohm, 80ohm, etc?

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ec4536  No.63301

>>63249

This struck me too. On one hand they won't block out noise, but may prove to be a healthier alternative to headphones. I managed to get my ear canals fucked from wearing headphones overnight one too many times.

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