Choosing a new set of headphones is an exciting and fun experience, but with the huge amount of fashion brands and consumer grade options promoting style over substance, it is sometimes difficult to find great performing headphones at a reasonable price point!
Professional Headphone Selection at Andertons
Here at Andertons Music Co, we have selected our favourite tried and trusted brands that offer fantastic value for money, whether you're getting your first studio headphones, or some top of the range reference cans for the ultimate critical listening experience.<.p>
As a Musician, you need a set of headphones you can trust and rely on. Andertons have a wide range of choices from the top studio headphone manufacturers like Sennheiser, Beyerdynamic, Audio-Technica, AKG and Shure. These brands offer fantastic performance, comfort and durability; so, you can be confident that you’re getting a quality set of headphones, whatever you decide.
If you need a little help or advice in what headphones would be good for you, come and visit our Guildford based music store in Surrey, South of London and talk to our experts and test drive a wide selection of headphones for yourself. If you can’t get down to the store in person, our team would still love to chat! You can phone on 01483 456777 or email email@example.com
Choose the perfect pair!
When buying a new pair of headphones, there are a number of designs you can choose from that are best suited to different uses. We’ve got discrete in-ear earphones that are great for live monitoring on stage, as they protect your ears from the stage volume and deliver your mix direct to you.
Our on-ear sets are great for djs and listening when you’re on the go, whereas over ear headphones are great for studio critical listening and song tracking thanks to their supreme comfort and sound isolation properties.
Furthermore, over-ear or circumaural headphones offer both closed and open backed designs. Closed back headphones offer ultimate isolation so that none of the track can bleed into the microphone when recording. In contrast, open-back headphones offer less isolation, but you get a much more open and natural tone which some people prefer when making critical listening decisions.