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AKG HiFi headphones K 141 Studio
AKG HiFi headphones K 141 Studio

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Most used headphones in studios in the US, 14 Sept. 2007
I've been using these headphones for the best part of 2 years now, and would probably only ever stop using them if I got a pair of K240s instead (although I'm not sure there's much to choose between them. Not sure the K240s have the screw on large jack adapter like the K141s though!).
They have a great "true" sound which I find fantastic for mixing, they have the handy screw-on jack, and they look great!

As mentioned in the title, they're the most used headphones in studios in the US. Apparently.


Useless in Bed
Useless in Bed

5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant, 6 Jun. 2007
This review is from: Useless in Bed (Audio CD)
I bought this CD because I'm a huge fan of the Monsoon Bassoon and wanted a released copy of their track, Stag. I enjoyed every track on this album and would highly recommend listening to the Miss Helsinki, Monsoon Bassoon, Guapo and Stars in Battledress tracks. Gaseous Exchange at the Alveoli is pretty awesome too. Hell, they're all great and I'm rubbish at writing these things but if you like experimental music, rock and complicated melodies then this is for you. Fans of Cardiacs and Salty the Pocketknife have to get this. Fans of Abba probably shouldn't.


Little Man & A House & The Wor
Little Man & A House & The Wor
Offered by EliteDigital UK
Price: £39.95

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Best of The Best, 1 Nov. 2006
Cardiacs are an amazingly intricate band with fantastically confusing melodies which sound so wrong yet so perfect. This is my favourite of their Albums and every song is put together in such a special way - from the stop-start mayhem of R.E.S, to the smooth almost "ballad" that is the Whole World Window. Well worth a purchase it's just a shame it's so hard to source!


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