Summary: Extra ordinary music experience. I am totally obsessed to this headphone in a mere 4 days. Fits really really well, over the ear and you can use it for flat 3-4 hours without any discomfort.
Music is well balanced, bass is punchy and cans fits in a way that it creates a virtual effect, something that makes you feel that you're hearing in a recording studio.
Built quality is matchless, something that you can expect from a German sound pioneer, coiled cable is a plus.
Summary: I'm not going to get all crazy about this and that about these headphones, but I will say this for working as an On Air-Personality I have been nothing but Happy about my Sennheiser 380 Pro's, they are just what the Dr ordered, if your a on Air DJ, don't mess around with all the other headphones, just do it right the first time and buy the Sennheiser 380 Pro's:)
Pros: Crisp highs, great bass, love the compact fold out, carrying case, noise blocking ability. Compared my buddies Noise Cancelling Bose to these on the plane and these cans did just as good of a job blocking the outside noise (not to mention sounded better too). These were a nice upgrade from my HD 280 Pros in the fact that they are easier to travel with. I just use the 280s to game.
Cons: Wish the carrying case was built a little bit tougher and had more room for the coiled cord.
Summary: I DJ and produce music. These headphones are perfect for both of those. They are built very well and will not break. They are also perfect for production because the Highs, Mids, and Lows can be heard as they should. The headphones also come with a really cool case that is pretty sturdy itself. I love this product and Sennheiser has me sold as far as headphones go. Great product!
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile
Pros: I got these to use mixing music on my Yamaha Motif. All I can tell you is I'm not disappointed. They are worth the money. Very comfortable over long periods of time. And the sound representation is awesome. You can listen to these for hours and you forget you're even wearing them. Quality construction. These are built to last.
Balanced Sound is the best way to Experience Music.
19 January 2011
Pros: Like the title, these headphones are for balanced sound, which means you don't get overpowering bass or extremely torrid highs or mids. The sound is MESMERIZING. I've recently been on a search for the best over the ear headphones for a reasonable price. I've been through the following headphones: Bose Quietcomfort 15, Dr. Dre Beats Studio, V-Moda Crossfire and the Bower & Wilkin P5's. The bass on these Sennheiser's is tight and deep, not the overpowering bass that the...
Cons: In my initial experience, there are no cons.
Summary: These also aren't the LOUDEST headphones in the world. Not really a con, just sometimes you really wanna crank it up, but these headphones won't really go up to "11" if you catch my drift.
Pros: The clarity from the top to the bottom of the spectrum is mesmerizing. Of course it isn't 'perfectly flat' but at $200 can you beat this?
Cons: Because they are closed headphones, they don't have the same fidelity and clarity of open headphones of this grade. Therefore, there is a distinct coloring in the high-mid range. But this doesn't distort the sound at all. Still extremely clear through and through.
Pros: Awesome sound. The clearity of the all of the tones is exceptional. The bass is great also, it doesnt muffle or sound like garbage even when u turn it up all the way. Even at full volume the sound is still great unlike most headphones. Very comfertable. Covers your ears fully, and makes it so any outside noise is unoticable so you can conentrate on your audio. Nice case, and it folds up smoothly - very good design. Durability looks great. I also use these for games an...
Cons: Although the sound is superb, it is still kind of expensive. The comfort and portability is what seals the deal for me though.
Summary: Really though, I'll edit if something comes up, haven't held them long enough.
Pros: I am an audiophile... well, a real audiophile would consider me a poser, but within my budget, musical equipment and electronics come secondly only to food/rent/bills. I did a lot of research into what would be my first set of high fidelity cans and it came down to these and some model of Shures. NewEgg had a sale for Thanksgiving and I took the bait.