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Sennheiser HD 380 PRO Headphones
- Closed, circumaural design for excellent passive attenuation of ambient noise (up to 32 dB)
- Total harmonic distortion:< 0,1% (1 kHz, 100dB SPL).Exceptionally lightweight and comfortable for extended listening.Built-tough with a 2 YEAR warranty!Compatible (listen only) with latest generation of tablets
- Replaceable single-sided, coiled cable with 1/8 inch (3.5mm) jack connector and screw type 1/4"" adapter.Earphones
- Reduced comb filter effects and distortion due to E.A.R. (Ergonomic Acoustic Refinement) and Duofol diaphragms.Replaceable earpads (part # 523310).Includes slimline carrying case, Frequency response- 8 - 27000 Hz
- Impedance:54 Ohm
- Extended frequency response for accurate, reliable sound reproduction.
- Increased sound pressure level (110db) to handle demanding use.
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The HD 380 Pro provides an extended frequency response with increased sound level for accurate sound reproduction in all kinds of demanding use.
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1. Not nearly as heavy as the 280pros.
2. improved clarity on higher frequency instruments.
3. Storage case is really nice to have for travel.
4. Better sound stage than the 280s
5. Extremely comfortable for hours of use. I don't even notice they are on
1. The bass is clearer but not as rich and resonant as the 280s, but it is overall louder with more direction.
2. They are not a sturdy feeling as more expensive models and other brands such as AKG/BOSE/Grado
The SENNHEISER HD 380 PRO Headphones are absolutely stunning. Unlike this situation with other headphones, the audiophile will perceive the music to be coming from a particular direction, that is, from the center or toward the right or towards the left. Even with the cheapest and most deteriorated source of sound (music from the black and white television program DRAGNET as available on YouTube), the Sennheiser HD380 headphones provide a sense of direction. In contrast, with other headphones that I've tried, the music is perceived as coming out of the speaker over the right ear and from the speaker over the left ear.
Immediately upon receiving these headphones, I did a side-by-side comparison with a pair of inexpensive JBL headphones, that I'd been using for the past five years. I used these JBL headphones only for watching DVD movies. Although I have a set of ADS speakers, which I bought in the mid-1980s, it would not have made much sense to compare headphones with speakers. Anyway, I did my test using the third movement from Bartok's Piano Concerto No. 1. The beginning of this movement has crisp blasts from the brass, overlaying a bedrock of pulsating drum beats. I was shocked at the difference in sound quality. The undercurrent of percussion was especially distinct, and it sounded like a hurricane whooshing through a forest of thickets and brambles. In fact, I was struck with the notion that I had never heard music with this sound quality in my entire life. In contrast to earphones from some manufacturers, such as the Koss Pro4AAT Titanium Pro Headphones, which are heavy and cumbersome, the SENNHEASER HD 380 PRO headphones are light and do not in any way distract the listener from the music. To repeat, immediately after listening to the opening bars of the 3rd movement from Bartok's Piano Concerto No. 1, I realized that I had never in the past several decades heard music as gorgeous as this.
As a college freshman in 1969, I had a Harmon Kardon turntable/amp/speaker unit. As a graduate student (1974-1979) I had EPI speakers, Dual turntable (and later a Bang & Olaffson turntable) with JVC amplifier. And later on, as a post-doctorate, I had the same Bang & Olufsen turntable, but with ADS speakers, and a Yamaha amplifier. My equipment was of mid-range quality. 40% of my collection is rock'n'roll/Motown, 40% is classical, and about 20% is jazz, with a small handfull of bluegrass and country/western compact discs. Okay, now I have a big task in front of me. My big task is to listen to all of my recordings all over again, but using my new set of wonderful and amazing SENNHEISER HD380 PRO Headphones.