Summary: Consistently great craftsmanship and quality.
Pros: Quite possibly the best set of professional headphones you could own for your home studio. I still have an awesome pair of Sennheiser headphones I purchased in 1985.. I used them on almost all of my productions and mixes. Here's your chance to own an updated version of these classics for a limited time. I wouldn't part with mine ever.
Summary: I got these as a shell shocker deal for 12o.
Pros: I have had theses headphones for only a few weeks and they are incredible. Excellent sound and bass. I use these primarily at work and I have a lot of tech knowledge in software but not huge into music but these make me want to listen a lot more. Work great on iPhone and they are very comfortable to wear.
Cons: None so far, but I will update my post if I do
Summary: Bought this as a factory second for £100 recent for a bit of portable fun. I have been looking at the Amperior for quite a while but I ended up with the DT-770 32ohm, which I did not regret at all. The initial pricing of the Amperior was the major thing that stopped me from buying it.
Pros: Sounds quality if great. Typical Sennheiser sound signature, warm and fluidic. Can be driven with almost everything. Made in Ireland, not China
Cons: Flimsy headband design straight from HD-25. Cables supplied is un-proportionally thin. Initial introductory price a bit expensive for what it is.
Summary: this is my first review, though these aren't my first good headphones.
Build quality: they are made of mostly plastic, besides the aluminium cups and hinges, but they are still built very well. i like that i am able to replace every part. previous experience with headphones has proved to me that wires usually are the weak point of headphones, and being able to replace all of the wiring, including the wiring that runs through the headband is a very sexy.
Pros: Sound quality, modular design!!!
Cons: not best for all genres, mids are lacking. Dongle attachment instead of inline controls
Summary: These are not the final word in isolation, but coupled with their ability to play loud and to entertain, they might result in you forgetting that roads are dangerous and normally noisy.
The sound quality itself is great, like its older brother, but the bass can be a little like it's only one note. If you use these outdoors, you'll be shocked at how good they are for a portable, and they may make you reconsider whether IEMs are the best choice.
Long before I heard of Head-fi.org, one of the first headphones I ever bought was the Sennheiser HD 25-1. In 2004 I was on tour as the drummer for the internationally renowned singer Fish (ex-Marillion) and wanted an excellent headphone to enhance my music-listening experience both on and off the stage.
Pros: Audiophile-grade portable headphone with excellent clarity and bass impact; luxurious-yet-rugged and stylish construction
Cons: Clamping pressure may be too much for some listeners; a more open, laid-back sounding headphone may be preferred