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Sennheiser Amperior Headphones, Blue

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  • Sleek, aluminum finish-available in silver and blue-appeals to style-conscious listeners
  • Powerful neodymium magnets deliver lifelike, professional-level sound with a frequency response of 16 to 22,000 Hz
  • Optimized for easy connection to the Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod.* Includes a tiny microphone and smart remote, allowing users to listen to music, talk on the phone, answer calls, control music and record memos on supported Apple devices.
  • Rotatable ear cups for classic DJ-style, single-sided monitoring
  • Two-year warranty
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Special Features Dj-Style Noise-Cancelling-Feature Microphone-Feature Removable/Detachable Cables
Fit On-Ear Over-Ear Over-Ear Circumaural
Dimensions 7.9 inches x 9.8 inches x 4.3 inches 7.9 inches x 9.8 inches x 4.3 inches 10.87 inches x 4.84 inches x 8.66 inches 4.1 inches x 11.4 inches x 10 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 4.3 x 7.9 inches ; 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0070U6N6I
  • Item model number: Amperior Blue
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,708 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 23, 2012

Product Description

Sennheiser is expanding its range of street/style headphones with the aluminum-finished "Amperior." Based on the legendary Sennheiser HD 25 DJ headphone-which has been a staple in the DJ industry for over 20 years-Amperior lets music fans experience studio-quality soundin style, wherever they go.

Customer Reviews

These are some really great sounding headphones.
R. Petty
Boz Scaggs - Lowdown (1976): Good sound quality - this is a great test for any nasality in the midrange.
Dale Thorn
Grado,other AKG,s Senns, JBL,Sony even surprisingly my Creative Aurvana's.

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Dale Thorn on September 28, 2012
Edit: Removed comments about swapping cables and added Jennifer Warnes to the music track examples. I'm satisfied that the Amperior's supplied cables are the best for general use, at home as well as in portable/outdoor use.

Sources: iPhone4 alone, iPhone4 with FiiO E17 using LOD, various computers using Audioengine D1 DAC and the D1's headphone out.

First impression: A lush sound from top to bottom with everything represented equally. I was surprised by the evenness of this sound, and by the clarity which I didn't expect from a modestly-priced Sennheiser, so since there were other people with me at the Apple store in Akron, I asked a couple of them to pick a song and have a listen. The feedback I got was consistent: Each person listened and exclaimed how they could hear everything - bass, mids, treble - so clearly. I recall my recent experience with the new v-moda white M80 headphone, and how remarkably free of coloration it was. The Amperior takes that experience to a new level with better highs and a somewhat livelier presentation. The liveliness or lushness may simply be a result of stronger and better highs, but there it is for whatever the cause might be.

I don't feel I should just offer my impressions of the sound and let it go at that, because it doesn't give people much to go on. For instance, bass that's strong for me might be weak for someone else. So I like to compare the sound to other headphones I have or had recently. Comparing to the ATH M50, the bass is comparable down to about 30 hz, although the M50's bass increases slightly on the very deep end. The Amperior doesn't seem to have any useful output at 15 hz as does the v-moda M80, and 20 hz sounds much weaker than 30 hz.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By JDD on August 31, 2013
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I got some textbook money and I bought these, the original hd25s, and a pair of beyerdynamic dt1350s. After comparing them for a couple hours, these came out on top. The amperiors weren't comfortable at first try, but I got used to them and I can now wear them for hours. The isolation and fit is fantastic. The sound is a slight bit recessed in the mids compared to the beyers, but it's got a lot of punch and detail. Bass kicks but doesn't conquer, and the treble is lively and quite engrossing. The build is fantastic, I wear these on my neck everywhere when I'm not listening and I have no doubt that these are gonna last me the school year if not longer. The blue matches my phone case and looks stylish but understated. Like the Beats an engineer would make.

The controltalk remote is super convenient. I've never had a pair of headphones with this feature, and now I don't think I can own a pair without it. Sennheiser design comes into play here as well, the cable is detachable and rugged. The buttons feel great to push, and the quality of the microphone is really surprisingly good. I take all my phone calls through the amperior now. As a bicyclist, being able to change tracks and volume effortlessly without taking my phone out of my pocket is a safety feature and is really convenient. It gives me pleasure how well the system works. Also, the isolation really cuts down on wind noise, and the punchy sound signature does a great job of cutting through noise, whether it's wind noise, bus noise, or roommate noise.

More on the sound comparisons. The Amperior has beefier bass and smoother highs than the original HD25. I think the bass is tuned in and the treble may be a result of the aluminum earcups.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Peter on June 27, 2013
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These headphones are really amazing. They have a very up-front kind of sound. Very balanced from top to bottom. You truly hear everything in the recording. Nothing is masked (e.g. orchestral background noise, other noises). If you trial them listening to MP3's, you will hear the slightly sibilant quality of the sound format. It plays it as it is. They really shine on high-bit rate recordings. Compared to the HD25, they seem to have a little better separation, slightly better low-end and high-end is a little smoother. I've never heard sound this balanced before and when it comes to rock music, rock music actually sounds the way it was intended to, not just a muddled mess. What amazes me most is that I am used to speakers or headphones that play a particular genre of music well but when you switch to something else, they can't keep up. These sound like a different pair of headphones for each genre you play. They really present the music as it was intended but they aren't boring in the least. The bass is extremely tight and punchy (yet not overdone) and the sound is very "in your face". My only criticism is the sound-stage, but the separation between instruments is still outstanding. I am enjoying my music all over again and really looking forward to using these for music production and mixing.

Run great off an iPhone 5 and an Asus Essence ST sound card.

In sum: amazing!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Giorgi Merebashvili on June 4, 2013
Well this is absolutely amazing headphones probably there is no other on ear headphone out there which dose so much so well, highs are great mids astonishing and bass is very well controlled and expended its punchy and just great for electric, hip-hop dub step and etc. The only con i would say is the sound stage. to me it sims very narrow but the depth is fine.
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