Hi! I've been using my Audio Technica ATHM50 as my main pair of headphones for some years, but this week I've been using my old AKG K512 MKII and I'm so shocked how different the sound feels. EQ-wise, the AKG seem to me way more scooped, which I guess is not a good or bad thing, just a matter of taste... but when recording guitars and mixing, which one should I trust? When I got a guitar tone that sounds great in the AKG, it sounds really muffled and dull on M50, and when I got something that sounds good on the M50 it sounds fizzy on the AKG. Despite the differences in EQ, I've realized that the M50 sound really "uni-dimensional" in comparison with the AKG... I don't know how to describe it and I don't know why (maybe the transients more pronounced?). When I play guitar through the Kemper with headphones, with the AKG it feels way closer to playing a real amp. And when listening to music it sounds more "natural" and spacey to me with them. What drive me nuts is that the AKG cost me around 1/4 than the Audio Technica, won't the Audio Technica should sound better? I definitely will keep using the AKG from now since I enjoy them more, but I'm worried that if should trust them when mixing a song... I'm not a professional and I don't need optimal results, but if I record a song and show I don't want it to sound muffled and dull on other people gear because I was using some far from hi-fi headphones (I have not decent studio monitors nor I am planning to buy them). Do you suggest me some budget headphones (<100 EUR or so) that are significantly better than those two? Thanks!