I'm fairly new to drumming. I had a Pearl Export set, but moved out of my house and gave them away. I'd still like to drum, but I now live in a house without a basement and with neighbors beside and behind me. I'd rather not disturb them when I play. I've been looking into electronic drum...
Vic Firth Isolation Headphones
Ok, AutoCorrect named this an old thread I created.
Could an admin change the title to Vic Firth Isolation Headphones please?
I've been enjoying reviewing products lately.
I have had G.A.S for a few years and have so much stuff I am able to give pretty...
I'm looking for a affordable pair of headphones, with noise isolation ( not cancelling). I've read a lot about the Vic Firth's headphones, and I still don't know if they're actually worth buying.
Please tell me what do you think of the Vic Firth's, and maybe you've got some ideas of...
I'm looking for some new earbuds for me and my little brother. We are both relatively new to drumming, especially him, and we practice with our earbuds blasting music while drumming. As of right now, this has been working out pretty nicely for me - I've been going at it for about 2...
I saw a thread about this from 2011 but wanted to make an updated one due to advances in technology etc etc..
Anyway, what are the best, over-ear headphones for listening to music whilst drumming in terms of noise isolation, comfort, durability and sound quality?
I've just purchased a pair of sony bud headphones for $30.
I find they are great to use when I play and it does mitigate the
sound a little.
My question is, Are these bud headphones good to use in the long
run to conserve my hearing?
I got DTX560K kit, but I guess my headphones aren't good enough for this kit. I tried both Sennheiser PC 350 and JVC HAFX1X.
The sound is never great, but sometimes it crackles, which makes it unbearable. Crackling happens whenever I play drums while feeding a song through AUX IN.
My church has bought a fully enclosed plexiglass cage to put the drums in, much to my chagrin. The top is filled with sound insulation, but it's still really loud. The tiny headphones that come with the in-ear packs don't do much to protect your ears. Nor can they push the low range sounds, ie...
Hey i was thinking of buying some second hand beats studio of ebay. I need to listen to music and protect my ears at the same time. How do these do with the Sound Isolation (Not Sound Cancelling) for drumming?
Thanks alot in advance (hope this is the right place to post this.)