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DJ headphone from Sennheiser belonging to the HD series

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  • Anonymous

    Good quality helmet

    Sennheiser HD 205Published on 08/16/10 at 03:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this headset for about 5 years I would say, I have tried 2/3 speed in the same store

    What I like most is that it is well insulated and comfortable.
    At my level, and to use that I have, I do not find him particularly default
  • JeddiyanisJeddiyanis

    Good quality / price but ...

    Sennheiser HD 205Published on 10/15/14 at 17:56
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    One month

    I use this headphone only home, going outside is not practical if you have no case and the cable is too long.
    The arch is okay but we realize that after having removed it myself a little ill

    The headphone looks fragile but so far nothing to report damage level (one month of use)

    TOO MUCH BASS and c is a pity
  • warfffwarfff

    headache

    Sennheiser HD 205Published on 06/09/14 at 09:01
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    10 years
    bit 2 or 3
    + Insulation quality.
    - Pressure vise bitemporal gradual onset at best embarrassing ...
    value for money provided to try before.
    no choice of course

    background audio tracks occasional
    hoop too tight is quickly hurt temples, I have a big head but ditto with relatives in turn lower head.
    occasional use, I did not complain joints but very brief.
    must be able to adapt to some heads ....
    my cable has at least 10 years listening pads are slightly roasted.
    cable length but a little sheep OK.

    fairly robust amount having taken all my pre teen careless few months without breakage or damage
    fixed connection
    ditto except appearance pads
    no spare rech
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    10 years
    bit 2 or 3
    + Insulation quality.
    - Pressure vise bitemporal gradual onset at best embarrassing ...
    value for money provided to try before.
    no choice of course

    background audio tracks occasional
    hoop too tight is quickly hurt temples, I have a big head but ditto with relatives in turn lower head.
    occasional use, I did not complain joints but very brief.
    must be able to adapt to some heads ....
    my cable has at least 10 years listening pads are slightly roasted.
    cable length but a little sheep OK.

    fairly robust amount having taken all my pre teen careless few months without breakage or damage
    fixed connection
    ditto except appearance pads
    no spare rech

    good overall quality, but I have little comparative.
    whatever zique, after a quarter of an hour this headphone me "takes the lead" (see above)
    very good sound insulation exterior.
    noise is the source not understand the question, I have not managed to saturate listening
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  • schmoutssschmoutss

    Not strong enough

    Sennheiser HD 205Published on 06/27/13 at 14:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How long have you use it?
    2 years and he passed away

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    most is the sound
    less is the quality of the product

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    € 69 for 2 years of use seems ok but could take longer

    With experience, you do again this choice?
    yes but I will invest in a higher range

    In what contexts do you use these headphones (house, club, etc.).?
    I use it for my dj nights

    Do you find it tiring during extended wear (headband too tight, holding hot ear ...)?
    Headband too tight

    His joints are they well designed?
    joints of very low quality (clicks the link broken after 6 months)

    What music do you mix …
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    How long have you use it?
    2 years and he passed away

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    most is the sound
    less is the quality of the product

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    € 69 for 2 years of use seems ok but could take longer

    With experience, you do again this choice?
    yes but I will invest in a higher range

    In what contexts do you use these headphones (house, club, etc.).?
    I use it for my dj nights

    Do you find it tiring during extended wear (headband too tight, holding hot ear ...)?
    Headband too tight

    His joints are they well designed?
    joints of very low quality (clicks the link broken after 6 months)

    What music do you mix with?
    I mix all kinds of music

    Fits there easily to your head and your ears?
    Fits well in ear, and covers like that hot if you use it a lot

    Are you satisfied with the cable (length, style, connections, etc.).?
    the cable is too long for my taste I still walked over

    The headphone you seem weak or strong?
    Especially very sensitive headphones maniac my material articulation and after 2 years the death headphone level and yet I am

    He has a detachable connection? No

    Its appearance or performance have they degraded over time? No

    The audio quality of the headphones you she looks good (serious overall balance, mid, treble, stereo)?
    Yes
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  • wxcwxc

    neutral tones!

    Sennheiser HD 205Published on 06/23/13 at 02:17
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    for 2 years

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    gonna

    With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    yes I pensse

    In what contexts do you use these headphones (house, club, etc.).?
    Home studio

    Do you find it tiring during extended wear (headband too tight, holding hot ear ...)? Are you satisfied with the cable (length, style, connections, etc.).? His joints are they well designed?

    For me it goes, its insulates the rest of the house (children, cats, dogs)

    What music do you mix with?
    Electro

    The headphone you seem weak or strong?
    one can

    He has a detachable connection?
    not

    The headphone you seem weak or strong?
    Be careful if it breaks the fast

    I…
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    for 2 years

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    gonna

    With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    yes I pensse

    In what contexts do you use these headphones (house, club, etc.).?
    Home studio

    Do you find it tiring during extended wear (headband too tight, holding hot ear ...)? Are you satisfied with the cable (length, style, connections, etc.).? His joints are they well designed?

    For me it goes, its insulates the rest of the house (children, cats, dogs)

    What music do you mix with?
    Electro

    The headphone you seem weak or strong?
    one can

    He has a detachable connection?
    not

    The headphone you seem weak or strong?
    Be careful if it breaks the fast

    It has a neutral sound that suits me
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  • memento.admemento.ad

    Planned obsolescence - only lasts a year

    Sennheiser HD 205Published on 05/05/13 at 18:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Planned obsolescence - The headset only lasts a year.
    Note, in addition, a lack of comfort. The headset (device) tend to headache. Lack of ergonomics.

    I used it everywhere. Good sound reproduction.

    Sound degradation after one year. I have always taken great care.
    Planned obsolescence known (I'm an engineer, I know how it implements this stuff).

    Good overall rendering.
  • charlycbucharlycbu

    Poor

    Sennheiser HD 205Published on 04/06/13 at 16:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Very poor sound quality!
    Since the relocation in China, the quality of headphones seems strongly degraded and the brand of a product does not change anything.
  • papy djpapy dj

    A couch for my ears

    Sennheiser HD 205Published on 02/21/13 at 13:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Used for more than 2 years
    Tried Sony, Philips, and various fancy ear
    Plus: What a comfort! Still in place without strangling the head, just enough bass and treble fine as most: oreilette flips right front and rear in order to listen to the encouragement of the public!
    Least: We always lose the adapter 3.5mm
    I was first bitten, when he is not around my neck I feel naked!
  • Anonymous

    Players & joueueses refrain

    Sennheiser HD 205Published on 01/06/13 at 15:34
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    I have a Sennheiser HD 205 since December 25, 2012.
    This act makes my Christmas gift and I do not know the exact price (the price informed and based on approximations indicated by a relative of the buyer who probably deliberately over-estimated price)

    Prior to the acquisition of these headphones, I mainly tried headsets Logitech from Philips and the second having me extremely disappointed with the fragility of its products of this type.

    Most?

    * A clear sound
    * Powerful Sound
    * The presence of an adapter jack to jack 3.5mn 6mn

    The least?

    * A sound insulation virtually non-existent
    * Comfort also absent (mainly in the form of equipment)

    If the value is there, we chos…
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    I have a Sennheiser HD 205 since December 25, 2012.
    This act makes my Christmas gift and I do not know the exact price (the price informed and based on approximations indicated by a relative of the buyer who probably deliberately over-estimated price)

    Prior to the acquisition of these headphones, I mainly tried headsets Logitech from Philips and the second having me extremely disappointed with the fragility of its products of this type.

    Most?

    * A clear sound
    * Powerful Sound
    * The presence of an adapter jack to jack 3.5mn 6mn

    The least?

    * A sound insulation virtually non-existent
    * Comfort also absent (mainly in the form of equipment)

    If the value is there, we chose to compromise on sound quality for a better comfort for use on online games.

    Although I have not made a choice, if I had to I would not choose this product because it is not suitable to use as I did.



    The product really hurts the ears (in the sense of the word) after one hour of non-stop use.
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  • gaamin_gaamin_

    Well

    Sennheiser HD 205Published on 11/17/12 at 03:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How long have you been using?
    for 1 year

    Did you try many other models before buying it?
    I had small headphones for mp3 player

    What is so special that you like most and least?
    the more
    sound quality
    comfort

    the moin =
    insulation not great but it was not a disaster
    used his head a little after 1 hour of use
    3 meters of cable a bit long when you want to use in the street but convenient to mix the damage that we can not change

    How do you rate the quality / price?
    Great Value

    With experience, you do again this choice?
    with the budget I had so now I will go on a Sennheiser HD-25
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    How long have you been using?
    for 1 year

    Did you try many other models before buying it?
    I had small headphones for mp3 player

    What is so special that you like most and least?
    the more
    sound quality
    comfort

    the moin =
    insulation not great but it was not a disaster
    used his head a little after 1 hour of use
    3 meters of cable a bit long when you want to use in the street but convenient to mix the damage that we can not change

    How do you rate the quality / price?
    Great Value

    With experience, you do again this choice?
    with the budget I had so now I will go on a Sennheiser HD-25
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  • chrislieckchrislieck

    Average at best

    Sennheiser HD 205Published on 09/25/12 at 21:00
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    These phones have a very low threshold and give you a big bass bump at about 70-120hz and you don't want any of that when you are buying a set. I think that headphone mixes are important. Isolation was not that bad when cutting drums and that is unusual for a set of cans like this.

    The sound is more enhanced than professional flat headphones. I have pair and we use them in our C room www.chrislieckstudio.com but not in our A room or B room. Use other more professional phones if you have the money. Buy AKG 240's. As anyone can see I say that if you shop around and read the articles by most veteran producers or engineers you will find that most pros like to use a specific set of cans t…
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    These phones have a very low threshold and give you a big bass bump at about 70-120hz and you don't want any of that when you are buying a set. I think that headphone mixes are important. Isolation was not that bad when cutting drums and that is unusual for a set of cans like this.

    The sound is more enhanced than professional flat headphones. I have pair and we use them in our C room www.chrislieckstudio.com but not in our A room or B room. Use other more professional phones if you have the money. Buy AKG 240's. As anyone can see I say that if you shop around and read the articles by most veteran producers or engineers you will find that most pros like to use a specific set of cans that can take a great deal of input and these can't. Most headphones break up at around 30hz if you are to pump that frequency into the phones at a decent level ala a heavy hitting kick drum. I think that you will find that for vocals these will suffice. We use them all the time in our C studio and we don't have many complaints about them but we don't have anyone raving about them as well. Most of the time I like to have headphones that are all the same but unfortunately clients are hard on headphones so you don't want a pair that cost $200. I like the HD line although that word is quite deceiving. I think if you want to save a bit of money and your hard on your headphones and you are not real picky about a flat pair, or you mix a lot on your phones get a pair of K240's.
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  • littletitilittletiti

    A great headphone!

    Sennheiser HD 205Published on 07/03/12 at 01:03
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    I use this headset for almost 4 years to mix my tracks, create sounds and music of all kinds. Quite frankly, there's more (there's always better if you put the price ... I think of Bose headphones or AKG for example ...) but at that price (€ 35 today, I had paid 70) it is really fun! I make electro and I must say that my mixes are far from déguelasses with, and the bass is really not bad (it must be said that the bandwidth is wide 14Hz-21000Hz) and I rediscovered some music with this headset even in old pieces (type Dire Straits!)!

    Again, there are better but when I see some negative comments about it, I do not understand ...

    Basses are colored just right, and treble well rendered eve…
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    I use this headset for almost 4 years to mix my tracks, create sounds and music of all kinds. Quite frankly, there's more (there's always better if you put the price ... I think of Bose headphones or AKG for example ...) but at that price (€ 35 today, I had paid 70) it is really fun! I make electro and I must say that my mixes are far from déguelasses with, and the bass is really not bad (it must be said that the bandwidth is wide 14Hz-21000Hz) and I rediscovered some music with this headset even in old pieces (type Dire Straits!)!

    Again, there are better but when I see some negative comments about it, I do not understand ...

    Basses are colored just right, and treble well rendered even though it lacks a little sharpness to some, and for the midrange can be a little weak but without consequences for the work I do.

    I use it in pseudo headphone monitoring (because it is not a monitoring headphones far from it), on a Walkman and listen to a multimedia PC.
    If I had to make that choice, I will take the same, but if I have much more clearly I will budget for a higher range.

    However, the current use does not give me want to change because I am fully satisfied for almost 4 years ... maybe I just want to purchase a monitoring headphones worthy of the name, but if n east to the computer music, why change when you are satisfied! I recommend it for me for people with low budget and looking for a "good headphone".
    Moreover, it comes with its storage cover and a scratched Sennheiser Gold 6.35mm jack adapter that screws on.

    Yes it's true that cinches but I happened to work with computer music for more than 4 hours and there are more comfortable it is good but it all depends on the use ... what is the proportion people remaining 4 hours in a row with headphones on?
    Ambient noise is well mitigated, the blow to mixing it passes.

    Just a little more comfortable foam would be appropriate for use with computer music long hours on the ears if not for the rest is spot on!
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  • Anonymous

    Very good price / quality ratio

    Sennheiser HD 205Published on 02/29/12 at 13:18
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    I bought this headphone two weeks ago for several applications: listening, and monitoring including DJ. In reading the reviews, I was surprised that they were so mixed.

    For my part, for 50 € (you can find it cheaper on the internet) I think it's a good headphone. The overall sound is clear and the answer still quite linear (slight bump to 1500Hz there ...), short listening is pleasant. The bass are not amplified in an exaggerated way (this is the case with many headphones, which can "fool" the ears in some cases, completely crush the spectrum in others). In short, its level for 50 €, that's fine.

    Then for comfort, yes, it is a little early. on the other hand, after a few days, the hea…
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    I bought this headphone two weeks ago for several applications: listening, and monitoring including DJ. In reading the reviews, I was surprised that they were so mixed.

    For my part, for 50 € (you can find it cheaper on the internet) I think it's a good headphone. The overall sound is clear and the answer still quite linear (slight bump to 1500Hz there ...), short listening is pleasant. The bass are not amplified in an exaggerated way (this is the case with many headphones, which can "fool" the ears in some cases, completely crush the spectrum in others). In short, its level for 50 €, that's fine.

    Then for comfort, yes, it is a little early. on the other hand, after a few days, the headphone was "relaxed" and it is much less: it is so good. The pads are harder than on other headphones, but we do not feel like a marshmallow on the ears ... especially it is very light.

    I listened to a lot of other models in this range and in a range somewhat higher (up to 150 €): frankly, the HD 205 does not have to turn pale at slightly more expensive models.

    In short, what I love most: weight, qualié overall sound, the adapter 3.5 -> 6.35 screw.
    What I like least: the cable length (this is totally subjective, I prefer to 1.5m), the lack of "space" sound that it is better to have to listen to the daily (and again, it depends on the music, sometimes it's really amazing!)

    For 50 €, I repeat, that's fine, and at that price I remake that choice without hesitation.

    For a larger budget, it's a different story of course!
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  • Sp|neSp|ne

    Flee fools

    Sennheiser HD 205Published on 12/28/11 at 09:01
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    I received from my brother for Christmas. I have a JVC a little worn. I took the road to test on and quibble recordings ... It sounded so horrible ... I test on Saved I know good quality ... like ... It distortionne even at low volume ... I'll fuck that shit in the trash.
  • dookdook

    To avoid

    Sennheiser HD 205Published on 12/26/11 at 10:32
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    A vritable tau on the head. Absolutely no comfort.

    Low saturated mdiums inaudible acute grsillants.



    To avoid; sincrement
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