The only suggestion I have is a good powerful amplifier, turned up
pretty high and a headset with a volume control which you could
jockey. I have such a broot, a Pioneer 1980 which definitely has
adequate power. I use it when I need to do the same, determine when a
fade out is complete, and to make sure when I use SF that the sound
that is being used to sample for a noise print does not contain
material I wish to have eliminated.
Good morning again,
Does anyone know of a set of PC headphones that will have enough amplification that I can hear things such as fade-out when working in studio recorder? Ihave at least three headsets, including a set of Sennheiser that plugs into a USB port, but the volume control on the headset is so low that I can't hear when something is completely faded out and I have to guess. I have the PC volume controls adjusted to max, and my speakers (admittedly, they are $35 JBL Duet speakers) don't have a loud enough volume for me to tell when the fade is completely out.
Any ideas? Thank you.
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