Being "purist" about headphone use outside, is kind of overdoing. You
can't judge very well anyway, except how to point with your Telinga.
Back home, you are purist enough with your Beyer.
However, I was really impressed by the sound quality by a pair of
American made earpieces that was shown to me. Forgotten the brand
though and I really question the use of the super tiny leads.
At 03:31 2013-05-31, you wrote:
>Thanks Klas and Max, I am glad you found my post useful, and as I
>said I consider myself a pragmatist rather than a purist.
>And Max invested money - crazy guy ! But I am well thanks Max,
>struggling to make wildechoes.org fully mobile compatible with my
>limited skills, and never have a enough time to do all I want to,
>but otherwise very well.
>Could do with some decent recording weather though.....
>--- In Max Catterwell
> > Hi Chris!
> > On the basis of your recommendation I have ordered a pair of the
> Sony MDR-WO8L's from Amazon, for the silly price they're selling
> them for. Up until now I've used my Sennheiser HD 280 Pro's, and
> although they're superb in the studio, they're slightly cumbersome
> in the field.
> > Hoping you're as well as you appear to be
> > Max
> > Sent from my iPod
> > On 28 May 2013, at 19:59, "chrishails50" <> wrote:
> > > Welcome Manuel !
> > >
> > > I think it really depends upon your needs. (and as David said
> you will not get consistent answers from the group with this as a basis).
> > >
> > > I regard myself as a pragmatic person and am a hunter-gatherer
> recordist who wanders around with a Telinga parabola for 90% of my
> recording time.
> > >
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