Summary: The Sennheiser EH series are all great introductory headphones that provide adequate sound reproduction with mild comfort. The Sennheiser EH350 is flat compared to the EH250, but the quality enhancement is certainly present. If you want bass go with the Sennheiser EH250, but if you want better monitor headphones go with the EH350's. These work great with an iPod and if you want a great track to check them out on try Beck's "Midnite Vultures" and see if you like them.
Summary: The EH350 is part of Sennheiser's new Evolution-series line. The EH350's are different than the rest of the line, in that they are more focused on mids and highs and seem to lack bass impact/extension. REVISITED: The eH350's are one heck of a headphone for their pricepoint, even a value at their MSRP of $140. (Though these are easily spotted under $80) The overall sound is not dominated in any one area of sound and are very well balanced. Bass extension is fairly decent.
Summary: I've had these headphones for about 3 years now, and if I could do it all over again, I wouldn't hesitate to buy another set. For the price, I don't think they can be beat. The sound quality is excellent, with crisp highs, a relatively wide soundstage, punchy bass, wide range of frequency response, great transients & great clarity. They're very efficient. I use them at work with my 5g ipod and it can power them to ridiculous levels.
Summary: I was looking to replace my worn-out Sony MDR V-600 for listening to music and editing audio/video on my PC. Not wanting to spend a whole lot and having read reviews of the eH250, I decided on this particular set of Sennheisers. I used an older similar model when I worked as a radio talk show producer and also used more expensive headphones in my younger days as a nightclub DJ. In the 2 weeks I have been using the eH350s, I have yet to be disappointed.
Summary: If you have the Sennheiser folding PX-100 headphones, then you basically have the eH350 headphones -- they are very similar sounding. The eH350 is decent sounding, but have a typical lower-end Sennheiser sound signature: strong in the bass response (but loose and not well-defined), weak in the treble response and fair in the midrange response. On the plus side, they are comfortable to wear.
Summary: I was in the need of some quality headphones, while on a budget, so i ended up with these. Connected to an ipod they won't distort even at full volume, the highs are crisp, though the bass doesn't match the levels of the highs. If you equalize to treble reduction, they are quite enjoyable at high volume though.
Summary: These are serious headphones for people who like to hear music the way it was recorded. No coloration. The headphones are pretty comfortable, but they don't actually cover the ear entirely. I don't know why, but years ago the cups were much larger and actually went around the entire ear. No one seems to make those any more for a reasonable price so these are about as close as you will find in a full coverage ear piece.
Summary: Like a previous reviewer mentioned, these are pretty much identical to the now discontinued Sennheiser HD-497 Over-Ear Headphones (Silver) , a pair of headphones that served me brilliantly for many, many years, so I was very happy to find Sennheiser make a practically identical pair of cans. The sound from these is excellent for the price level.
Summary: I recently purchased these headphones and I am very pleased, especially with the audio quality. Not too bassy and the highs are just right. In my opinion, typically what you hear through these headphones is what the audio track is meant to sound like. However, there are a few things that you need to be wary of:
1. They are listed as supra-aural headphones, meaning they rest on top of the ears.
Summary: I recently purchased these headphones and I am very pleased, especially with the audio quality. Not too bassy and the highs are just right. In my opinion, typically what you hear through these headphones is what the audio track is meant to sound like. However, there are a few things that you need to be wary of: 1. They are listed as supra-aural headphones, meaning they rest on top of the ears.