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Sennheiser HD8 DJ
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DJ headphone from Sennheiser belonging to the HD series.

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  • stoneheartsstonehearts

    a killer bomb

    Sennheiser HD8 DJPublished on 04/16/14 at 18:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For a few days I use it I am fully satisfied so I counsel those who want a quality headset I tried several before model: Sony MDR V700 DJ shit the cable to my Laché Buddhist 10 months and then I took care pioneer hdj 1000 headphones good but very fragile after xone xd-53 and XD2-53 (for the headphone cable is detachable spiral) bomb listening level for the mix but also to the studio or it hurts is that large size then 2 headphones technics rp-dh 1200 that the cable is detachable the sound is good moin on precise treble and a little on the mediums and the rp-dj 1200 good headphone as a whole and to finish 2 headphones Sennheiser HD 25-C II headphones very good but for me a little screamer on…
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    For a few days I use it I am fully satisfied so I counsel those who want a quality headset I tried several before model: Sony MDR V700 DJ shit the cable to my Laché Buddhist 10 months and then I took care pioneer hdj 1000 headphones good but very fragile after xone xd-53 and XD2-53 (for the headphone cable is detachable spiral) bomb listening level for the mix but also to the studio or it hurts is that large size then 2 headphones technics rp-dh 1200 that the cable is detachable the sound is good moin on precise treble and a little on the mediums and the rp-dj 1200 good headphone as a whole and to finish 2 headphones Sennheiser HD 25-C II headphones very good but for me a little screamer on acute and ie 80 but it is an intra but with his mentally ill but is less accurate than the dj hd8. So finally I would say that quality is taken over all good purchased for 295 Euros on sonovente was beefier than a simple bag and bags prenium transport with 2 cables (spiral and right) 2 are 3 meters long and 1 pair of fabric oreilletes spare I say more when we see other brands not to mention selling some headphones at the same level packaging made but it is not zero even a cable replacement are of atria and bags and even less so I counsel all those who want to make a good investment and I will conclude by saying congratulations SENNHEISER I remake that choice eyes closed.

    I used mix but also for the prod frankly after several hours I really moin badly as some headphone with headphones off 53 minutes it fits snugly over the ears and on the head and it does not compress too the crane and its coverings are great for what is the cable there are 2 one in spring and another law long enough.

    At first sight it is so strong it has the front and rear joints in metal as well as the top and bottom metal Positioning also for the connectivity is very well thought out 2 high quality cables that are made of kevlar and copper without oxygen for audio rendering very very good quality can connect to the right atrium or left it comes with 2 rubber pads fabric 2 that are on the headphone are made of leather but also and even c ' is a good and bags of prenium transport and not a simple btw bag when I unpacked it from its holster with the spiral cable and the two rubber pads.

    For quality audio seen as I own a HD 25-C II I would say the sound and better but also more neutral hd8 DJ is comparable to my other headphone the xone XD2-53 with allen & heath what a little more specific about the acute angle to the xone features DJ HD6 HD7 HD8 DJ MIX
    Impedance 95 Ohm - 95 Ohm -150 Ohm (for HD6Mix)
    Frequency response 8 to 30.000 Hz 8 to 30.000 Hz 8 to 30.000 Hz
    Sound pressure level (SPL) 115 dB (1 kHz/1Vrms) 115 dB (1 kHz/1Vrms) 112 dB (1 kHz/1Vrms) for HD6 Mix
    Total harmonic distortion (THD) <0.1% <0.1% <0.1%
    Contact pressure 6.3 N 6.3 N 6.3 N
    Ear coupling circumaural circumaural circumaural
    Male connector 3.5 mm 3.5 mm right right right 3.5 mm
    Cable length 1.5m-3.0m Spiral, Right + Kevlar 3.0m 1.5m-3.0m OFC Spiral, Right + Kevlar 3.0m 1.5m-3.0m OFC Spiral, Right + Kevlar 3.0m OFC
    Transducer type Dynamic Closed Closed Dynamic, Closed Dynamic
    Continuous power (headphone) 500 mW 500 mW 500 mW
    Weight without cable 284g 263g 264g
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