Re: Good mixing headphones?
No headphones under $500 will sound accurate enough for mixing. Now you CAN "learn" your headphones, in the same way you ;earn your speaker/room combo(even the flattest speaker is not flat in the average room). For neutral sounding phones, the AT D40fs are pretty darn good(but you still need to learn them). The Sony's are very hyped at the lows and highs. I prefer the Sony MDR-V600's. I have a nice set of AT M40fs which are similar to the D40's and wish to sell them so shoot me a message if you want them for $50+shipping. If you REALLY want headphones for mixing, the Sennheiser 600 or the top of the Ultrasone line are about as good as it gets.