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Sennheiser HD 418

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Sennheiser HD 418 review

25 September 2010
  • Summary: The headphones that belong to Sennheiser's HD 400 series come with stylish designs and different sound signatures. The new Sennheiser HD 418 are entry level over-the-ear headphones that promises powerful bass-driven sound while providing extra comfort to users. After testing them for weeks, here is our impression.
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Overall 6

The headphones in Sennheiser's HD 400 series come with stylish designs and different sound signatures.

Good Gear Guide.au
25 June 2010
  • Summary: Sennheiser's HD 418 headphones have comfortable design and are designed for iPod and portable media players. In terms of sound quality, the headphones offered warm sound but lacked refinement when it comes to details and resolution. They would be just fine for casual listeners but audiophiles would be disappointed by the muffled sound.
  • Pros: Ergonomic design, good build quality
  • Cons: Poor high extensions, Unrefined mids and bass, slight distortion at loud volume
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Overall 6

These budget, bass-driven headphones are a good fit for your laptop or MP3 player

Good Gear Guide.au
20 June 2010
  • Summary: Sennheiser's HD418 headphones are sturdy and (arguably) stylish. Reasonably cheap for full-size closed headphones, they'd make a good accompaniment to a commuter's laptop or MP3 player as long as sound quality isn't a huge concern.
  • Pros: Interesting motif, comfortable ear-pads, sturdy build quality
  • Cons: Overly warm sound, muffled treble
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Kopfhörer Sennheiser HD 418

25 February 2010
  • Excerpt: Musikalisch punktete der Sennheiser HD 418 (50 Euro) mit einem direkten Klangbild und druckvollem Bass, der aber nicht überpräsent war.
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