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Sennheiser HD203 Closed Back Around Ear Studio Headphones

Sennheiser HD203 Closed Back Around Ear Studio Headphones

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3.67 / 5 based on 3 Reviews

Product Description

Product Features: Lightweight semi-around-the-ear, closed dynamic studio headphones ideal for home recording Secure fit blocks out ambient noise and prevents leaking onto other microphones when monitoring Versatile enough to be used with portable audio devices as well as home recording and high-end audio interfaces. Design to comfortably listen to music while not disturbing others around you Powerful neodymium magnets and lightweight diaphragms capable of high SPL's Rugged materials provided sturdiness and longevity Flexible innovative headband design allows for fitting of all shapes and sizes Provide extreme comfort levels during extended tracking or monitoring sessions. Replaceable leatherette ear pads allow for quick and easy replacement when necessary 10ft cable with 1/8in (3.5mm) plug 1/4in (6.3mm) adapter plug included Can be used with latest generation of tables (listen only) Sennheiser HH 10 Universal Holder (Mount) Available Primary Color Tone: Silver Secondary Color Accent: Black Manufacturer Part Number: 504290 Authorized Internet Dealer 2 Year Manufacturer's WarrantyProduct Specifications: Ear Coupling: Around-the-ear Frequency Response: 18-18,000 Hz Sensitivity: 115dB Nominal Impedance: 32 Ohm Cord Length: 10 ft. (3 m) Cable Type: Straight Plug Size: 1/8in (3.5mm) and 1/4in (6.3mm) adapter Total harmonic distortion (THD): see more...

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Sennheiser HD203 Closed Back Around Ear Studio Headphones
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Tresa S.
Longwood, FL
10 reviews
Amazing quality. The sound is crisp and defined. I did not keep the headphones because they did not feel comfortable on my head. After wearing them for a few days and adjusting them constantly, I had to make the difficult decision to return them. Plus, they are out of control expensive. I do see why though, they are amazing. I must have a weird head or something. Too bad.
Andres L.
8 reviews
These headphones cost me about $35 to $40 and I was honestly excited but quickly disappointed. The sound has lots of bass, strong loud mids too but lack in the highs; the highs are not as crisp or clear as the HD 202's. You will still hear details in your music that you might have not noticed before, especially if you've never owned a good pair of headphones. However, as I mentioned, they sound a bit muffled when compared to the HD 202's and therefore sound a bit unbalanced to me. These would have been an excellent set of phones if the highs had more definition, crispness or clarity.

The one thing that the HD 203's do have better than the HD 202's is the imaging (i.e. the 3D spatial sound). Instruments in the mids have a more 3D sound than that of the HD 202's. I still prefer the HD 202's especially for the price which is about $20 cheaper than the 203's!! I bought both of these models at the same time to compare. I gave the 202's as a gift to my brother (he thinks they are the most amazing headphones ever!) and the 203's I sold.

I honestly don't know why the HD 203's are labeled as studio monitor headphones as those type are usually very balanced, clear and don't alter the music. These sound like they are trying hard to accentuate the imaging but lack clarity! I own and love a pair of the famous HD 497's (which unfortunately are no longer available) which are better monitor headphones than these HD 203's!!

The HD 203's did not feel as tight around my head as the HD 202's, which I thought was interesting since its the same design but just a different color. If the tightness of the headband bothers you, they will loosen up as you break them in or you can loosen them by stretching them around a stack of books. Just carefully remove the ear pads (they snap off) before you place them around the books so the pads won't lose their cushioned feel while being smashed by the books! And you don't want to break the headband so use some common sense! Don't use too many books that the headband breaks!
Nouri N.
2 reviews
Ce casque la est très bon pour les musique achète l'e vite c'est un bonne produit est bonne chance pour touse
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