Sennheiser HD 202 II Professional Headphones (Black)

Sennheiser HD 202 II Professional Headphones (Black)

  • Ideal for DJ’s and audio pros,Total harmonic distortion (THD): <0.5%
  • Very clean, deep bass response,Jack plug 3.5/6.3 mm stereo
  • Detachable ear cups for pro users
  • 10 foot Y style cable, Frequency Range : 18Hz – 18kHz,Impedance: 32 Ohm
  • Wind-up belt clip for excess cable

The Sennheiser HD202II are closed, dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones. Good insulation against ambient noise and a deep bass response make them the ideal companion for DJs – or anyone who likes to listen to modern, powerful music without disturbing others. High efficiency drivers for maximum performance. Sennheiser HD202II Closed Back Headphones Features include Closed,dynamic, semi-circumaural stereo headphones .Earcups can be removed from the headband ,Specially designed damping material ensures

List Price: $ 34.95

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  1. S Capo says:
    487 of 496 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best entry level headphones you can buy, January 24, 2011
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    Sennheiser is known for professional grade headphones and even one of their cheapest models stands up to whatever music you throw at it. Bass and mid tones sound excellent while not becoming too muddled. I’ve tested these headphones with rock/pop (Arcade Fire, Broken Bells) and rap/hip-hop (Kanye West – My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy) with great results. As long as you have high quality files there is no hiss (I mainly have 256-320 kbps files with some 192 kbps files). Sound leak was not evident because these are closed headphones (as opposed to the Sennheiser HD555′s which are open). I have a medium size head and these headphones fit me perfectly. They have a slight warming effect on the ears which is not bothersome at all. Just to clarify, these headphones (HD 202 MK II) are the same as the original HD 202, with different packaging. These will work out of the package with any iPod, laptop, desktop and include an larger adapter for other uses. If you are still using the standard Apple earbuds or cheap earbuds (Joby, Skullcandy, etc.) and have never experienced the sound of a over-the-ear headphone, buy these for an inexpensive (but not “cheap”) intro into an audiophiles world.

    EDIT: For those who are having problems with the cord length – use the included cord take-up. There is a notch on each side to clip the cord into. The cord looks like it won’t fit but it will if you position the cord sideways and insert it.

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  2. D.K. Lee says:
    687 of 711 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good and Bad, May 12, 2011
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    Sennheiser is a great company that manufactures headphones that even Santa Claus sometimes drops these off into chimneys during Christmas Eve. Note the word, “sometimes.” While these headphones produce a favorable quality of music, the comfort level is low. After about 45~ minutes of usage, my ears began to hurt and I had to take it off to cool off my ears for a bit. Let me review the pros and cons of this set:

    PROs:
    -Cheap. You won’t be able to find most headphones that can produce quality music at this price range ($30~).
    -Durable; when you hold it in your hands, it feels it can last quite a while. The build is strong, unlike Bose.
    -Quality; if you’ve been listening to your sub-$10 earphones or your Apple iPod earbuds, then this set of headphones will seem almost too good to be true.
    -Cord length. The cord length stretches around six+ feet.
    -Portable; you can hang it around your neck, stuff it (carefully) into your backpack/purse (i’ve never had purses, mind you), etc. Just have common sense not to place it in unfavorable places.
    -Hear outside noises; you can partially hear outside noises. This characteristic can be useful to you if you set a timer on stove and need to hear the alarm, if you have sleeping babies in the other room, or in case you hear thieves break into your house.

    CONs:
    -Quality; if you’ve owned above average headphones such as Bose or the more advanced Sennheiser, then this pair will sound absolute trash to you. You will immediately notice that these lack clear sounds and tend to “mix up” the sounds.
    -Comfort; as I mentioned, the comfort level can become frustrating after half an hour of continuous use. If you have medium-large ears, then look for something else. If you have small ears, get these at your will.
    -Barely any noise-isolation; if you wish to focus on the music, movie, or games without noises to interfere your experience, these will disappoint.

    Here are some alternatives (better alternatives, I say):

    *Panasonic RP-HTX7
    *JVC HA-S700

    If you can dish in some extra cash…

    *Audio-Technica ATH-M30
    *Beyerdynamic DT235

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  3. Cary Feldman says:
    224 of 231 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A review from the Older Generation, January 25, 2011
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    Im a 58 year young guy whose favorite music is music of the 60′s,70′s, 80′a with a little Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Elvis built in for good measures on occasion. I like the old music. I could afford a pair of $200 headphones, but I decided to give these a shot for $14.99 special on Amazon. A great deal I just had to try. I have tested these on a MacBook Pro, a 4th generation iPod, and a Motorola Droid X. ABBA, Queen, Traveling Wilbury, heard notes I have not heard before. I must also mention that I am starting to get a wee bit hard of hearing and when my equalizer is properly set, these phones are awesome. For comfort they are ok not great, you certainly know they are on. I have to fiddle with them every so often as they seem to warm my ears a little. The cord IS long and a bit thin, but if you are careful it should be fine. I would definately recommend these if you are just starting with headphones and want a good deal for the money which I dont think can be beat.

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