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Sennheiser HD 215 Extreme DJ Sound Headphones with Swivel Earcup


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  • Spatial sound image and clear stereo sound
  • Outstanding wearing comfort for long listening sessions
  • Ear cup is rotatable for one-ear monitoring
  • Includes protective pouch
  • Single-sided coiled cable, detachable
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Product Description

Ear cup rotates for 1-ear monitoring detachable single-sided coiled cable closed circum-aural ear coupling with spatial sound image & clear stereo sound excellent attenuation of ambient noise imp: 32? freq resp: 12 hz 22 khz spl: 110 db @ 1 khz 1 vrms thd: dynamic transducer extremely rugged comfortable headband & ear pads 3.5mm gold-plated stereo plug with 6.3mm adapter includes protective pouch 2-year warranty water resistant.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 10 x 4 inches ; 9.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007QN180
  • Item model number: HD 215
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,472 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: February 10, 2005

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The sound is very good to great.
John Sterlin
Would I suggest to buy these, yes they are a good set and for the dollar I would say its a bargain.
anthony difiore
These babies are clean sounding and responsive to very deep bass notes.
S. Urquhart

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

51 of 51 people found the following review helpful By S. Urquhart on April 20, 2006
I am not a huge fan of excessive bass in headphones. For me many of the sealed cans offer a less than desirable listening experience. I own a pair of EH-250's and like them for a few songs then suddenly listening fatigue sets due to the overpowering bass. My EH350's are better but I absolutely need a sealed set of cans. My perceptions about sealed cans changed the minute I put the HD215's over my ears.

Sound Quality:

I immediately noticed how great the soundstage is on these phones. They provide a very expanded sense of spatial placement, especially for sealed cans. This was the first drastic improvement over the midsized cans I own.

The next thing I noticed is how well presented all the mid and high frequencies are. These phones provide vocals and acoustic arrangments very desireable traits such as great detail and transient repsonse often missing from cheaper phones.

Having said all that, I do have to point out the bass is ever so slightly shy. Litterally a 2db parametric bass adjustment makes it perfect for me and improves the linearity of the phones. Honestly the rated frequency response for my Iriver H320 is 20...20,000hz +/- 2db and usually amps shy the bass away when the volume is turned up because it is the most demanding part of the music. So the adjustment may be for the phones and maybe for the MP3 player either way 2db is perfect.

A breif note on the bass; although less pesent than many phone out there, the extreme amount of detail in the bass reproduction makes some of my other aforementioned phones almost seem muddy. These babies are clean sounding and responsive to very deep bass notes.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lew on November 28, 2005
You know when motoring journalists talk about the on about the Porsche Boxter? Basically, why buy one when you can have a 911?

Well these bins are in the same category. It's a case of German engineers 'detuning' something mid-numbingly good to fit into the 'mid-range' of the market.

I've been using them for a few weeks, and I have to say that they are excellent. I've had some Sennheiser 'phones before just as back-ups for practice they were the cheapie HD202's which have survived two years loyal service. That's why I've been keen to get more well engineered Sennheiser product.

The construction gives me confidence that these 'phones will last many years, the quality is fantastic. But I have to say that only the right cup swivels not both. Although there seems no difference which way round you wear them. The single replacable coiled lead is great.

The sound is where I have to mark these bins down, but hardly. At first when they were new I have to say I thought they were a bit bassless, but as the padding has softened and they have worn-in the bass as increased in the mix, so don't judge them to quickly. They don't have the bass that can make the bins dance on your ears like 1210's or V700's but these are mid-range cups.

Basically these are great value headphones for the money, but you can get better by buying top of the range. You don't need to as these are perfectly good in a club environment as I use them four times a week as a pro DJ.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Alan Sangma on February 8, 2007
Closed-back + circumaural + accurate sound = Heck yes! or Quit good, sir.

HD 215s are solid both at home and in noisy environments such as trains, coffee houses, massage-parlor police raids and Civil War amputation tents.

They are closed-back so they cut a good amount of ambiant-noise but they do so without sounding closed-in or canned.

Circumaural? They go around the ear, man, not on them. So they're comfortable for the entire ride, man.

And they're light-weight to boot. So there's no need to work out the neck prior to purchase.

Rock on or keep groovin' or relax into the full spectrum of audio pleasures...whichever you like.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By B. Jackson on March 15, 2007
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These headphones have an excellent sound stage, they hit crisp highs, clear mids and detailed lows. A note on the low range: if you are looking for Sony's style of overblown (Inaccurate) bass, then look on. Sennheiser is known for overall sound clarity, not EQ'ed bass as is the case with cheaper phones. They will, however, reproduce bass just fine with any proper amp/preamp/mixer. Since these are mainly geared toward DJ use, it isn't that necessary to have heavy bass in your phones, your PAs or Sub should be primarily taking care of that freq range. It frees the phones up for hearing the songs and their cues. I also use them for Monitoring while producing songs, and mixing with them is very accurate. They accurately reproduce the tone and texture of lower bass notes (down to 12hz), something phones with EQ'ed bass have trouble doing. When playing back through my studio monitors(EMU PM5s) and my alternates (Logitech 5500s) there is almost no difference, the only one being through the 5500s, you get the sub "feel".

Bottom line: If you're looking for near dead accurate phones on a budget, these will definitely serve that need.
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