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Sennheiser EH 350 Professional Open-Aire Dynamic HiFi Stereo Headphones


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  • Professional-style hi-fi stereo headphones for DJs and other music specialists
  • Dynamic, open circular design enhances trebles and mid-range frequencies
  • Ultra-lightweight, rugged housing delivers comfortable, extended listening
  • Replaceable cable and leatherette ear pads for extended service life
  • 10-foot highly conductive OFC copper cable; 2-year warranty
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Product Description

Product Description

Sennheiser Open-Aire HeadphoneThe eH350 are an Open-Aire dynamic hi-fi stereo headphone offering a superblynatural sound reproduction. Due to their precise trebles and detailed sound image, these headphonesare especially suitable for professional monitoring applications. The eH 350 feature rugged design and easily replaceable parts for long service life,such as the OFC connection cable or ear pads.

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Professional DJs and other specialists who practically live with a pair of headphones wrapped around their ears will delight in the Sennheiser EH-350 pro-style phones. Intended specifically for professional monitoring applications, the phones' dynamic, open circular design delivers a superbly natural sound, with precise trebles and detailed mid-range frequencies. The spatial sound reproduction lets listeners accurately hear even the subtlest tones in noisy environments--an ideal feature for clubs or studios. The EH-350 phones are also remarkably comfortable, with lightweight diaphragms and soft leatherette ear pads that feel snug whether you're entering the first or ninth hour of use. Additional features include a replaceable OFC copper cable and a 1/4-inch adapter that fits atop the 3.5 mm stereo plug. The cable measures a robust 10 feet long, giving listeners greater freedom of movement while still staying connected to the receiver.

What's in the Box
EH-350 headphones, 10-foot copper cable, 1/4-inch adapter, user's manual.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 8.3 x 3.5 inches ; 4.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00067OEPO
  • Item model number: EH 350
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,320 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 21, 2004

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

76 of 79 people found the following review helpful By S. Urquhart on October 6, 2005
These are great headphones. They reproduce sound very naturally and have an extremely flat frequency response found typically in headphones costing far more money. The best part of these headphones is that they are very easy to drive at only 32 ohms. That means you can plug them into your portable and achieve blistering sound pressure levels. These headphones are articulate and a pleasure to own. The open air design allows the music to extend beyond the cans and expands the music, granted not as well as Sennheiser's high end phones like the hd-600 or 650's.

The headphones are easily adjustable and comfortable for more than an couple of hours. They feature replaceable pads and wires which is a great advantage.

Who should buy these headphones:
-People who want faithful music reproduction that extends from low bass to high treble.

-People who listen to clasical and jazz music (although I love them for all my music listening)

-Audiophiles on a budget and who don't want to buy the headphone amp to power their HD-600's on a portable device.

Who shouldn't buy them:
-People who want that extra crazy bass boom for their rap, dance,etc.

-Here's a tip if you want the same great performance with the extra bass boom go for the 212pro model or the better sounding EH250 model.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By M. Stewart on November 13, 2007
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I studied the headphone specs and reviews until my eyes watered and I'm quite happy to have settled on these.

FORM - Nice, simple physical design. Replaceable cable and ear cups are nice features, 10' straight cable is longer than necessary for most uses, and the 1/8" connector with obligatory 1/4" adapter is the way to go unless you are working from extremely high end source equipment, in which case, you're probably not reading this review.

FIT - As of the time of this review the Sennheiser website lists these headphones as "circumaural" (around the ears) in the 'Features' section but on the 'Technical Specs' page they list them as "Supra-aural" (on the ears). No wonder people are confused. In reality, the way the ear cups fit will depend primarily on the size of your ears. On my reasonably average sized 40-year old ears, they are circumaural, but barely. Unfortunately fit is a critical aspect of headphones - it doesn't matter how good they sound if you can't stand to have them on your head. Obviously this is an inherent risk in on-line buying, so just be aware that the ear cups on this model are definitely on the small side of the circumaural offerings. That said, they fit me (and many others based on reviewer comments) just perfect. They do keep my ears warm but not nearly to the point of sweating thanks to the "open-aire" design. Note also that the cups only adjust up and down so if you've got a really giant noggin (to house your enormous brain) they may be on the tight side. For me, they're just tight enough to be snug. I'd have to be doing some serious head-banging to shake these things loose. These are also VERY light so that helps quite a lot in the comfort department.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By takezo on December 20, 2005
i was in the market for a portable, lightweight, enclosed and cheap headphone when my steady but old senn 540 II reference went dead.

the eh-350 is very lightweight and surprisingly comfortable (after about 15 minutes i completely forgot i had them on) and comes with a 10ft. cable just long enough to feel less contrained...

for the money, this has to be one, if not the best, of the best sounding headphone in the market. my girlfriend uses a sony can that pushes a lot of bass but feels uncomfortable to the ears after 30 minutes. a friend uses the grado series but those are quite more costly and sound "cold" and leaning towards the high frequencies, to my ears... the grado may be better suited for metal or hard rock...

the eh-350 on initial listening sounded a bit dull or flat but after breaking it in, for about 10 hrs., the headphone drivers blossom and it opens up a warm, almost velvety range of sound, though not as expansive as the hd-600 i use for home listening. if you listen to mostly vocal, adult contemporary or acoustic music in certain rock genre, classical, jazz and folk this headphone is the way to go.

oh, did i mention how lighweight and comfy these gems are?
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Rose on December 8, 2007
Well, it took me a week of researching customer and tech reviews, but I finally settled on the Sennheiser EH 350s and I have been exceptionally happy with my choice.

The primary point of purchasing new headphones is because I play a bass guitar and I wanted a pair in order to hear the nuances of the music I am playing. Also, I own a couple MP3 players and I wanted some headphones to use with them as well.

The first pair I bought, just willy-nilly really, was the Skullcandy Skullcrusher "subwoofer" headphones. Big mistake, it was the worst $45 I ever spent. Their mids and highs were lackluster, and the so-called "bass" was really just vibration with little really true bass frequency. Sure I could "feel" the vibration of the bass, but it was impossible to pick out individual notes because it drowned everything out. Then my dog chewed them up because he was disgusted as I was, and although I share his enthusiasm I was sad to see I couldn't return them :)

Anyway, the EH 350 is like night and day with the Skullcandy's. The Sennheiser's really try to reproduce the original studio sound, hence why they are called monitor headphones, and they do an excellent job of it. The sound is flat, as the sound is not artificially boosted, which also means that music that comes out of it will sound slightly quiet. But I found that if I just jack up the volume on my preamp or mp3 player the sound comes out strong and loud. I use a 30GB Zune, and it has plenty of power to blast out a sound that is just tolerable at highest volume. This is good because some headphones out there have troubles producing a good volume with mobile devices. Now onto the sound quality.

The mids and especially the highs are very well defined with these headphones.
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