Whether I am filming or listening to audio of my footage while editing, or just listening to music, I spend quite a bit of time with headphones on. As I became better at my craft, my need for a better listening experience became much more critical. I began to find the headphones that I was using unacceptable, both regarding audio quality and comfort, and I also did not like that I would have different headphones plugged into various audio components in my studio and get a vastly different listening experience from each one. The perception of audio quality is very subjective, so I had to go to various audio stores and listen to different headphones within several different scenarios, to make a choice for replacements.
Eventually, I settled on the Sennheiser HD 280 Pro Closed Back Monitoring Headphones for my in-studio work and for filming, and I have not been disappointed, The Sennheiser HD 280 headphones are over the ear headphones that fit well and are very comfortable. They fold to a smaller footprint when not in use, and they come with a long-coiled cable that makes them perfect for a studio layout that requires the flexibility of movement. They also come with a ¼ inch TRS connection that screws off to reveal a smaller 3.5mm connection. This type of plug makes them fully adaptable to the types of equipment that are commonly used in my type of Audio/video studio. I like these headphones so much, that I now own four of them, and I have them plugged in strategically so that the same fit and comfort and audio experience, is available wherever and whenever I need it.