Sennheiser EH-150 Dynamic Sound Evolution Hi-Fi Stereo Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Supra-aural hi-fi stereo headphones for casual users and professional DJs
- Dynamic, closed design enhances trebles and mid-range frequencies
- Ultra-lightweight, rugged housing enables comfortable, extended listening
- Powerful neodymium magnets and lightweight diaphragms create 18 Hz to 18 kHz frequency response
- 10-foot highly conductive OFC copper cable; 2-year warranty
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What's in the Box
EH-150 headphones, 10-foot copper cable, 1/4-inch adapter, user's manual.
Top Customer Reviews
I bought the Sennheiser EH-150 personally depressed, while looking for a decent set of headphones after my $149,95 Sony VibraBass cracked up, which had an awesome sound. I wanted to try something new and decent without spending so much money, and I since have already tried several (more than 10 or 15, each one ++$100) headphone sets, with "Ok I'm pleased" result, I thought I had nothing to lose.
Let me tell you, Sennheiser EH-150 headphone produces the best sound I have ever heard in my life, whether if it's Mp3's, DVD's, iPOD's, whatever, and from what I have read on other reviews of better models from Sennheiser, I am currently thinking in saving up to get any of the 500 or 600 series. I tell you it's worth it, the sound is simply awesome. You actually hear stuff you never heard before or never thought of hearing. Isolates external sounds very impressively. Feels like you can listen to each one of the channels .
Now problem is (and this is why I write the review): Sennheiser designers must still think mankind is Homo erectus or Homo neanderthal, not Homo sapiens sapiens. The headset is small and uncomfortable for normal-sized ears, and believe me I read a lot on other websites, and when I purchased it, I thought "Oh well, maybe these are just people with big ears". Got it wrong. I'm a normal-sized ear human being and these headphones are the best and everything, but after 3 or 4 hours... your ears get really hurt, and you just can't put them back for another 3 hours.
If you have big ears... save and buy the Sennheiser 500 or 600 series.Read more ›
Overall I would say they are totally worth what you are going to pay for them. To get much better than this, you'd have to go up considerably in price, and hey, some of us have other things to spend money on besides a $500 pair of headphones - like actual music to listen to. :) Get these cans!
Sound quality is supberb for this range and the isolating ability of these phones is better than some very expensive units I have.
They are light weight and comfortable and maximize my minidisc listening. I enjoy nature tapes (just the sound) and classical music where there is a full range from high to low and these are handling it very well.
They are good on the road as I travel via bus and they help with hearing the music and not the traffic.
Very pleased and I own several other types of this brand but these fit the bill.
I am not an audiophile, so my review is subjective and I will try my best to be as objective as possible. The quality of these cans really depends on what you will use it for. If you already have, and are already researching headphones, then it's more than likely that these headphones won't suit you. But, of course, you'll also have to pay more than double the amount of these headphones to approach the quality you may be looking for.
I've tried these cans over PC games, console games, CD audio, and MP3. If distracting others is an issue for you, and that is why you want headphones then this is the best bang for your buck, in my opinion. I've tried several kinds of noise cancelling earbuds (mainly for MP3), but I'd be reluctant to call any of them comfortable. I think it's just the physics of the design - earbuds are just uncomfortable for long periods of time. Most of them are designed to cancel out ambient noise, while stressing the cavity of your ears.
Anyways, these cans perform well in games and action-packed movies. If you're looking for a pair of phones with absolute clarity, look some where else. These cans really capture the extra "uuumph" that you won't find without blasting your stereo. For that reason alone, I consider this a smart buy. I also have a relatively large sized head and ears (being a guy), but these are perfectly comfortable for me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are great headphones.
The sound quality is nice, great separation with some decent bass. Read more
Good for noise canceling. I use them everyday at my desk. The sound quality is very good, and even when I don't listen to anything, it really decreases the office noise that is... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Redhead Tri
Returned after I kept the Sennheiser HD 202 Dynamic Headphones.Published 17 months ago by J. DeGraaf
Lasted about a year before the left headphone cut out and I had to throw them away. I recommend spending a little more and getting a set where you can replace individual... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Matt