Summary: Just a quick review of the KRK KNS 8400 headphones.
For listening and mixing i use a combination of the KRK KNS 8400's, AKG K702's and the Sennheiser HD 650's and these headphones really do hold their own.
Pros: Detailed, Accurate and a Fantastic Bass Response
Summary: Studio recording and mixing ain't child's play.There's no place for cheap tricks,because standarts(see some AKG K240 or Beyerdynamic DT150) have been already there for decades,and newcomers are overlooked with some suspicion.
Summary: KRK Systems have intentionally ruined our reference frame for closed back mid-end headphones by sneaking in the KNS 8400s. Not only do they block out a good amount of noise, their sound signature is extremely pleasing to boot.
Pros: Low weight, Memory foam pads, Durable construction, Closed back design (higher than average ambient noise attenuation), Balanced sound signature, Comfortable to wear, Can be powered out of normal quality sources, Volume control, Replaceable cable, Great bundle, Great price / performance ratio, Ve...
Cons: Normal looking, Cable not ideal for use on the move, and no options available from KRK Systems, Bass will not satisfy bass-heads, Cable not the least microphonic out there