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Sennheiser HD 205-II Studio Grade DJ Headphones (Black/Grey)
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- Best rotatable ear cups for DJ's
- Earpads are field replaceable and easy to clean
- Smooth audio reproduction with deep bass
- Rotable padded ear cup for comforatable single ear listening
- Perfect for DJ or studio use
- Outstanding shielding of ambient noise
- Rugged construction takes a beating on the road
- Includes protective storage pouch for safe transport
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 10 x 9 in||2.76 x 6.3 x 8.78 in||9.2 x 9.3 x 3.5 in||1 x 1 x 1 in||6.4 x 6.6 x 4.1 in||4.3 x 9.1 x 10.2 in|
|Item Weight||2 lbs||—||0.56 lb||0.5 lb||0.88 lb||3 lbs|
|Additional Features||Dj-Style||Microphone-Feature, foldable, lightweight||foldable||foldable||audio headphones, recording headphone audio monitor||dj-style|
Studio-grade, detailed audio with incredible reproduction of frequencies high to low; Sennheiser's HD205 II headphones offer brilliant shielding of ambient noise to keep out unwanted distraction from your listening experience. Featuring a rotatable ear cup, comfortable earpad connection and single-sided cable; the HD205 headphones are pro-level option for both DJ's and home recording. Sennheiser HD205 II Features Rotatable padded ear-cup for comfortable, single-ear listening Perfect for DJ or studio use Outstanding shielding of ambient noise Hypo-allergenic earpads are field-replaceable and easy to clean Rugged construction takes a beating on the road Dynamic, smooth audio reproduction with deep bass extension Protective pouch and 1/4 inch adapter included Built-tough with a 2 YEAR warranty. Unlike competitive models, the earcup rotates while maintaining earpad contact on your head for stability and comfort without leaking noise into adjacent microphones. The HD205 II comes with a convenient protective pouch and locking 1/4 inch adapter for storage and transportation. AmericanMusical is an authorized dealer of Sennheiser products.
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Certainly a couple things to note: I purchased an EXTREMELY inexpensive refurbished pair, which is probably my first mistake, also, my judgment is on this pair alone, and I have no other Sennheiser equipment to compare too.
That said, the physical function of the phones is superb! Everything feels cushy and soft in a good quality sort of way. They stay on great and still maintain plenty of flexibility. The cable is great for the studio (very long) but had to be wrapped and tied to use regularly (also taped up both ends of cable as a precaution after hearing how sensitive it is).
Now, the sound quality is simply not what I expected, and in my opinion, I'm convinced the only things refurbished on my pair were the speakers and they were replaced with a cheaper pair or a pair from a cheaper model. The sound is O.K. and nothing more. Better than any other headphones I would've purchased for $20, but not the quality of $70 MSRP that I see elsewhere. The low end is a) not by any means powerful enough and b) the bass becomes slightly muddled/distorted if increased slightly beyond flat via EQ. Also, they have the telltale sign of cheaper headphones (again from my experience) by just not being able to produce much volume. Even my cheap Wal-Mart ear buds max out at a much higher volume.
The average individual who just wants a decent, comfortable pair of phones would probably appreciate these, except for the cord length, but for those with a finely tuned ear or actually needing a stupid pair should look elsewhere.
My only real complaint is the headphones, even when adjusted to my head size, seem to squeeze my head from both sides. It feels rather unpleasant, limiting the amount of time I will listen to audio with these. I probably wouldn't watch a movie with these headphones, for example.
I've owned several headphones by this company and Sony and never experienced this, so this is kind of a downer for otherwise great, inexpensive headphones.
The sound quality is awesome for the price point but the design is poor.
- Sound is very balanced and crisp.
- Good bass.
- Good highs.
- Excellent mids.
- Very good quality sound.
- Blocks out outer sounds very well.
The Sennheiser HD205 II are great and a fantastic buy on Amazon!
I've historically used Sony Headphones (I'm a fan of Sony) at the $50 - $60 price point and these headphones @ full retail sit at the same price point. The difference between the two are like day and night. I've produced 2 studio albums with my last set of Sony Headphones (in the aforementioned price bracket) and when I put on the Sennheiser HD205 II, I was able to hear detail and clarity in music that I was previously unable to notice headphones at the same retail price level in the Sony's offering.
To make the deal even sweeter, I only paid $17 for these (found them on sale on Amazon, they're normally not less than $50 full retail). These are literally the best quality earphones that I've owned to date and I paid less for them than for any other decent headphones I've used in production work.
But, they are really uncomfortable and make my ears / side of head hurt after about 45 minutes (I don't even wear glasses). Also, they do this weird thing where the hair on the top of my head gets stuck to something in them and it gets ripped out almost every time I take them off - unless I wear them in a weird position all the time.
Great sound, poor design. Hence the 3/5 star rating.