Dave Robertson and Jordan Ross are engineers and music editors on Netflix’s The Get Down
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The PHONON SMB-02 Studio Headphones are impressive. I use them for reference monitoring during mixes in the studio, and also when i work as a music editor on The Get Down. Apart from the robust design – which is handy for me since i now travel with them to almost every job – my absolute favorite thing about the SMB-02’s is the sound! It is such a nicely crafted product, and with great clarity across the whole frequency spectrum, it really is the whole package for me as an audio professional.
The other day, I compared the SMB-02s to the classic Sony MDR-7506s that I and thousands of film/post audio engineers have sworn by for years. What a difference! So much richer, detailed separation, and suddenly there’s a low end! It’s like night and day.
The PHONON MUSICLIFE is a great referencing tool in the studio when you want to shift away from NS10’s or your main reference monitors. Although it has a similar shape to an actual boombox, the fidelity of sound is surprisingly good, and the added bluetooth functionality is pretty handy as well – no cables required!