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Blue Headphones Win 2018 Emmy Award

Mix-Fi is the first headphone ever to win the Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development.


We’re honored to announce that Mix-Fi (formerly Mo-Fi) studio headphones received the 2018 Emmy® Award for Outstanding Achievement In Engineering Development. The award honors engineering developments that considerably improve existing methods, or innovations that affect the production of television.

Why is Mix-Fi the most trusted headphone by re-recording and production mixers, supervising sound editors, sound designers, musicians and music editors? For starters, Mix-Fi features an innovative built-in audiophile amplifier matched to high-powered, precision drivers, which delivers the exceptional performance and accuracy engineers need to create and mix audio and video projects. That’s why Mix-Fi has been used on some of the biggest shows on television, including HBO’s Westworld, ABC’s Grey's Anatomy, CBS’s NCIS and more.

David Beadle, Supervising Sound Editor - Strange Angel, Criminal Minds, The Story of Us

Mix-Fi is also equipped with superior sound isolation and amplification. This is crucial for audio pros working on loud sound stages who need to listen critically to recordings or start pre-mixing sessions.

"I've worked in a lot of music studios back in my youth, and I've worked in a lot of mix stages—I've got to say, the Blue Mix-Fi's are the best headphones I've ever used." —David Beadle, Supervising Sound Editor, Strange Angel, Criminal Minds, The Story of Us

"I've worked in a lot of music studios back in my youth, and I've worked in a lot of mix stages—I've got to say, the Blue Mix-Fi's are the best headphones I've ever used" — David Beadle

Mix-Fi uses all-analog signal processing to deliver powerful, detailed sound that allows you to create mixes that translate accurately from headphones to near field monitors, mains and beyond.  Additionally, Mix-Fi makes it easier to balance music and dialogue, which has been a longstanding challenge for audio pros who mix with traditional headphones.

" I like how they sound, and that's great, but I trust how they sound." —Nathan Robitaille, Oscar-nominated Supervising Sound Editor and Sound Designer, The Shape of Water, Siberia, X-Company, Hip-Hop Evolution

" I like how they sound, and that's great, but I trust how they sound." — Nathan Robitaille

Mix-Fi’s unrivaled fidelity and detailed imaging exposes issues in the mix without the need to boost volume levels, preventing ear fatigue during long mixing sessions. Multi-jointed headband and earcups provide total comfort and adjustability for a variety of head shapes and sizes. Whether you’re recording on-location or just bobbing your head to the music, the earcups stay parallel at all times to create the best seal for solid bass response, improved isolation, and reduction in sound bleed.

“The sound quality is so clean, it's pristine, and the balance always seems to be right.I don't know what I would do if I couldn't go to them when I need to." —Ross Davis, Re-Recording Mixer, Grey's Anatomy, Criminal Minds, New Girl, CSI, Station 19

“The sound quality is so clean, it's pristine... the balance always seems to be right. I don't know what I would do if I couldn't go to them when I need to." — Ross Davis

Pros love the awesome technology behind Mix-Fi headphones, but they’re not the only ones—music fans have hailed Mix-Fi for rediscovering their favorite songs. The same superior sound quality, isolation and amplification allow you to listen to music with a level detail and clarity you never knew was possible.

Learn more about the Emmy Award-winning Mix-Fi studio headphones and how they can help you achieve better mixes at Blue's website.