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Studio headphone from Sennheiser belonging to the HD series.

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  • tatoom33tatoom33

    Avoid it if you have sensitive ears!

    Sennheiser HD 433Published on 03/04/12 at 06:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for several months to watch TV or music.
    Personally I soon earache, it feels like after 30min.
    After an hour or two it's downright hell!
    I am not at all expert and have not tried other headphones.
    The more the weight, the sound
    The least: described above!
    This headphone was given to me and I understand why ...
    I would not buy these headphones even at 5 €!
  • WillyWonka_frWillyWonka_fr

    Sennheiser HD 433Published on 07/22/03 at 13:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello!

    I use this headset for 6 months. It has an excellent quality / price ratio. It is a small model, but frankly, the performance is good.
  • nesralnesral

    Sennheiser HD 433Published on 08/01/03 at 01:15
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    Hi, I got me one for 3 1 / 2 years and c true that for the price of c very good headphone! good sound and power but can be a saturation happens too quickly (adpend use you make of it ...), if not strong.
    If cta again? yes!
  • lymbiksystemlymbiksystem

    Sennheiser HD 433Published on 01/02/04 at 17:58
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    I use this headset for 2 years
    I t trs happy although he tends to saturate quickly, the bass is not deep but at the same rev as given the price must not ask too much ...
    c'tait my first headphone worthy of the name
    report quality excellent price buy promo 20
    I was thinking that I would do this choice
  • jplesaintjplesaint

    Sennheiser HD 433Published on 01/06/04 at 09:03
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    UTIT last two or three years. The advantage of the headphone is Obviously the price, and any evidence Resistors. The inconvnient apparently sennheiser own, which is pathetic cdent connections over time.
    The sound quality is rather good when you consider price.
    impdance Hon.
    With a nice headphone for 25, I would do this choice.
  • barabara

    Sennheiser HD 433Published on 03/04/04 at 01:50
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    It's been years that j'achte this headphone! Let me explain: I achte one, I train all over the concerts, I'm falling, I send large levels, I sit on it, I abused power, and when it is death, I jte Rasht and I the same.

    Its not great, but to make dchiffrage or cost the snare drum on a big live PFL, it works ...
  • DJ GabyDJ Gaby

    Sennheiser HD 433Published on 11/23/04 at 09:07
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    How long have you use it?

    1 year, no worries!

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    What I like most is its weight, its price and good quality sound, although there is sometimes flickering towards the high frequencies!

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    No!

    How do you report qualitprix?

    I find it excellent!

    Exprience with, you will do again this choice?

    I will focus instead on the brand headphone a little more efficient
    Datasheet:
    HI FI HEADPHONES HD 433
    Sennheiser

    . Stereo Headphone Dynamic Open

    . Matte black

    . Cable 3 m high yield OFC

    . Rponse in frquence: 22 - 20,000 Hz

    . Principle: dynamic, open

    . Impdanc…
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    How long have you use it?

    1 year, no worries!

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    What I like most is its weight, its price and good quality sound, although there is sometimes flickering towards the high frequencies!

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    No!

    How do you report qualitprix?

    I find it excellent!

    Exprience with, you will do again this choice?

    I will focus instead on the brand headphone a little more efficient
    Datasheet:
    HI FI HEADPHONES HD 433
    Sennheiser

    . Stereo Headphone Dynamic Open

    . Matte black

    . Cable 3 m high yield OFC

    . Rponse in frquence: 22 - 20,000 Hz

    . Principle: dynamic, open

    . Impdance Rated: 32 ohms

    . Sound pressure max. (SPL / 1 kHz): 94 dB

    . THD: <0.1%

    . Ear coupling: supra-aural

    . Weight (without cable): approx. 118 g

    . Connector: 3.5 mm Stereo Jack adapter 6.3 mm

    . Length of cable: 3 m, bi-latral, OFC
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  • ZanzibarZanzibar

    Sennheiser HD 433Published on 03/27/05 at 09:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this headphone for two years, and I have no problem with ...
    Its weight and price are its greatest asset ... Well to start, however, I find that lack of precision on certain frequencies ...
    The quality / price ratio is more than adequate ... For € 25 you have a headphone that is not a toy ...
    Yes I would buy the HD433 so I want to put so cheap in a headphone ...
  • Anonymous

    Sennheiser HD 433Published on 05/15/05 at 14:23
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    I've had a year to use that I had enough.
    Trs good for the quick live to cost what you will swing and if not in troubleshooting the night when you can make more noise.

    To the mix is ​​not worth it.

    On the warranty card is crit if it does not pull .... well I nag a lot of times while walking on the wire and when I woke up from my chair, starting from the pice by having forgotten the CRNE (lol), well I can say it's solid, it flinch.
  • nan3200nan3200

    Strongly recommended!

    Sennheiser HD 433Published on 05/12/11 at 07:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    tiny, plastic blackish, light;

    it seems not too much of a Senn.

    Yet the sound is okay, even better than okay!

    not the best, but solid, comfortable (change foams) and cheap.

    good headphones nomad.&nbsp;

    but not good enough for a studio anyway.

    Note 9 is the value for money for endurance!
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