A good set of studio headphones is a must if you are going to get into electronic drumming. They are nice to have anyways since they can be used for a lot of things such as general studio use, casual listening, podcasting or gaming.

You might have a specific type of preference in sound, such as bass-heavy or a flat frequency range. Or maybe you’re just looking for the best pair of headphones that a couple $20 bills can buy.

There’s a lot of options out there, so let’s take a look at some of our favorites and what’s good/bad about them.

Sennheiser

Sennheiser is a popular German brand who produces high quality headphones as well as many other hi-fi products.

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beyerdynamic

beyerdynamic is a German company that has a long history with headphones going back to their release of the DT 48 line in 1937.

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Audio-Technica

Audio-Technica is a well-known Japanese company that produces products such as headphones, microphones and turntables.

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Tascam

Tascam is well known for their recording equipment and have been in business since the 1970’s.

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AKG

AKG is a professional audio brand known for microphones and headphones, originating in Austria in 1947.

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Sony

Sony might be more well known for other products, but they also have some great studio headphones.

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Behringer

Sony might be more well known for other products, but they also have some great studio headphones.

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