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Sennheiser HD 25-1 II
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Studio headphone from Sennheiser belonging to the HD 25 series

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  • ricoutericoute

    Sennheiser HD 25-1 IIPublished on 02/05/10 at 10:13
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    I just tried.
    Actually it's a very good headset.

    I'm not a pro sennheiser, I tested the different models only the HD 202 and it seem worthwhile.

    The Monitor qualifier can be used for this headphone because it is not neutral as some 7506 separate dynamics that!!

    The low down low, beware, it can cause deafness without irony, he has this reputation among the sound engineer) because the bass is deep, and as he has a really top quality audio you push the volume with a dynamic which makes us well!
    The medium is well placed as the treble, to be very demanding we require a bit more transparency but it set the bar very high.

    It is my opinion that much more commendable Akg that are ve…
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    I just tried.
    Actually it's a very good headset.

    I'm not a pro sennheiser, I tested the different models only the HD 202 and it seem worthwhile.

    The Monitor qualifier can be used for this headphone because it is not neutral as some 7506 separate dynamics that!!

    The low down low, beware, it can cause deafness without irony, he has this reputation among the sound engineer) because the bass is deep, and as he has a really top quality audio you push the volume with a dynamic which makes us well!
    The medium is well placed as the treble, to be very demanding we require a bit more transparency but it set the bar very high.

    It is my opinion that much more commendable Akg that are very well in terms of neutrality (K241 to K271) but enough to lag behind in terms of dynamics systematically.
    The Grado Sr60/Sr80 are very good but is a later addition but not really audiophile Monitor!

    Don Quick is a very good headphone, a hair clamp makes it fairly comfortable over several hours, but I think some of velvet earpieces are arranged to reduce any heat on the ears with more good acoustic bonus therefore highly recommendable and took a justified!!

    This is version 2 (I do not know what it brings compared to 1, there is also a version that must be avoided Eco !!!).

    It is a headphone that I discovered that late when I bought the Xd53, but I do not think I'll put my choice into question because it seems to go further in terms of return dynamics when recording Hearing and links up to it!!
    I discovered
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  • frifrihfrifrih

    Definitely a fan!

    Sennheiser HD 25-1 IIPublished on 05/06/11 at 14:37
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    For how long have you been using it?
    I use it for a year, he follows me everywhere

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    Before I owned a Sony MDR-V300 which I was pleased, but he began to show signs of age (purchased in 2003). And if not WESC, Sennheiser, Pioneer ...

    What thing do you like most/least about it?
    What I like the compactness, modularity, its (obviously) and isolation (passive but for what type of headphone)
    The least of the forms at the oxidation level of headphones ... But it is disconnected and reconnects and here we go again! The headphone tightly in the beginning but I think my head was correct in its rigidity, it is now much less rigid.

    W…
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    For how long have you been using it?
    I use it for a year, he follows me everywhere

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    Before I owned a Sony MDR-V300 which I was pleased, but he began to show signs of age (purchased in 2003). And if not WESC, Sennheiser, Pioneer ...

    What thing do you like most/least about it?
    What I like the compactness, modularity, its (obviously) and isolation (passive but for what type of headphone)
    The least of the forms at the oxidation level of headphones ... But it is disconnected and reconnects and here we go again! The headphone tightly in the beginning but I think my head was correct in its rigidity, it is now much less rigid.

    What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    The value for money is good (in my opinion). I was still accustomed to the range below, it seems to me honest for this price.

    Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
    Clearly yes.
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  • Anonymous

    Insane!

    Sennheiser HD 25-1 IIPublished on 03/30/11 at 11:16
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    For how long have you been using it?
    Since Christmas 2010 to present.

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    Pioneer SE MJ5 a yes, a real S*** to be rated.

    What thing do you like most/least about it?
    Pros:
    - Perfect insulation in noisy environments.
    - A qualitée sound really great.
    - Neutrality.
    - Lightweight and very strong.

    Cons:
    - It may sound increased in intensity so that it can be dangerous, but hey it's not really a fault. Otherwise I would have not found any flaws.

    What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    Certe 185 euros it's not cheap but it's worth it, I use it for mixing, for the town with my iPod, and frankly I do not regret having made…
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    For how long have you been using it?
    Since Christmas 2010 to present.

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    Pioneer SE MJ5 a yes, a real S*** to be rated.

    What thing do you like most/least about it?
    Pros:
    - Perfect insulation in noisy environments.
    - A qualitée sound really great.
    - Neutrality.
    - Lightweight and very strong.

    Cons:
    - It may sound increased in intensity so that it can be dangerous, but hey it's not really a fault. Otherwise I would have not found any flaws.

    What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    Certe 185 euros it's not cheap but it's worth it, I use it for mixing, for the town with my iPod, and frankly I do not regret having made this price point.

    Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
    Sometimes twice a day!

    I would add a touch of 9 / 10 because nothing is perfect.
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  • DeeGSADeeGSA

    The ultimate DJ headphones!

    Sennheiser HD 25-1 IIPublished on 05/27/10 at 07:25
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    * For how long have you been using it?
    Bought it about a month ago. I had the opportunity to make an evening with.
    I use it very often, if not with an iPod.

    * What thing do you like most/least about it?

    +: The sound quality, isolation capacity (true more for listening accurate). Its lightweight and compact which makes more use of real mix because you do not feel they have a huge headphone around the neck. His arch and its very simple system of rotation of a listener are highly efficient with a little practice. The headphone is placed as desired. And it does not slip saw his lightweight (300 g I think).
    -: Design though ..... it's like the BMW motorcycle: it's ugly but we made it!

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    * For how long have you been using it?
    Bought it about a month ago. I had the opportunity to make an evening with.
    I use it very often, if not with an iPod.

    * What thing do you like most/least about it?

    +: The sound quality, isolation capacity (true more for listening accurate). Its lightweight and compact which makes more use of real mix because you do not feel they have a huge headphone around the neck. His arch and its very simple system of rotation of a listener are highly efficient with a little practice. The headphone is placed as desired. And it does not slip saw his lightweight (300 g I think).
    -: Design though ..... it's like the BMW motorcycle: it's ugly but we made it!

    * Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    A copy of chinoiserie Mac Mah Pioneer headphones. I do commend so much the sound difference is important.
    * What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    Excellent. 155 euro may seem an amount in view of the look of the headphone but simply pass on their heads and listen ..... We moved!
    * Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
    No problem. For me (and many others) THE DJ headphones ideal. Nothing to do with marketing products Pioneer, Technics and other Monster ....

    This headphone is super efficient, super bright and is capabble very powerful level (120 dB).
    Bravo Mr Sennheiser we offer over 10 years this great product. The upcoming new version of this model to a sacred pressure!
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  • wdomwdom

    A True monitoring headphones

    Sennheiser HD 25-1 IIPublished on 11/27/10 at 10:05
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    Comparative in connection with the acquisition of a headphone for the control of Design Studio Monitoring Audio.
    headphones tested: Grado SR-80; MHII AKG K-240, Sennheiser HD25-1 II BeyerDynamic DT-880 Pro, Shure SHR 840

    Preferred Features: Neutrality; Comfort, Dynamic Capacity, Quality of bass.

    Immediately BeyerDynamic DT-880 Pro is a headphone apart; very comfortable with basic audio quality above the average but totally degreased, which makes a headphone in my opinion totally inadequate control monitoring.
    The Grado is primarily a headphone monitor unpretentious and yet its outstanding audio qualities allow him to pretend it is clear that the accommodation offered is not suitable f…
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    Comparative in connection with the acquisition of a headphone for the control of Design Studio Monitoring Audio.
    headphones tested: Grado SR-80; MHII AKG K-240, Sennheiser HD25-1 II BeyerDynamic DT-880 Pro, Shure SHR 840

    Preferred Features: Neutrality; Comfort, Dynamic Capacity, Quality of bass.

    Immediately BeyerDynamic DT-880 Pro is a headphone apart; very comfortable with basic audio quality above the average but totally degreased, which makes a headphone in my opinion totally inadequate control monitoring.
    The Grado is primarily a headphone monitor unpretentious and yet its outstanding audio qualities allow him to pretend it is clear that the accommodation offered is not suitable for prolonged use and is not intended to be used in noisy environments!
    The Sennheiser HD 25 is the saying, a reference in the field. This is the headphone monitoring and uncompromising. Neutral, highly dynamic down really low in the bass but also lack of comfort for prolonged use. I blame him a bit, however, shorten the upper register and a lack of articulation in the bass (A review after running !?)... the + means any damaged parts can easily be replaced!; the lightness 6 -: absent finishes, hardware aspect, price too high, it could have been my choice but 90euros!
    The AKG is a serious lack of neutrality to pretend to control bass and lack of cleanliness, but what comfort and what design! ...

    I chose to end the Shure SHR 840 which surprised me a lot (like what prejudices !...).
    In fact he took the bundle of qualities with Sennheiser, and more: the palm of comfort (it shares with the AKG), a bass that goes well beyond the hairline and in other joint and a wider frequency response in point I am trying to test it by using audiophile and I can not put it in default making it ultimately a versatile headphone, but Is not it just there, the recognition of a very high quality !?... The pros: removable cable!; very well made and finished, comes with spare foams - the -: I'm still looking

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