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The T.bone HD-880
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The T.bone HD-880

Studio headphone from The T.bone .

11 reviews

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Average Score:
( 2.8/5 based on 11 reviews )
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" Good headphones"

The T.bone HD-880Published on 11/29/14 at 10:59
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Said, two years in addition to other brands more "listed" but more fragile.
So yes I know other models, excellent or worse.
Its special feature is its look good headphone Vintage, well wrapped, insulation and knowing how to forget.
Least, a response of dominant bass that can hinder as styles.

Being honest, a good headphone Monitoring for the price, I would buy without problems when it is worn.

I use it for monitoring. A close reading several reviews coatings it is very comfortable and did not feel after two hours. Adaptation is multiple and poses
no problem, the ear is well wrapped.

The headphone looks solid, already two years and no wear as other brands.
The......
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Said, two years in addition to other brands more "listed" but more fragile.
So yes I know other models, excellent or worse.
Its special feature is its look good headphone Vintage, well wrapped, insulation and knowing how to forget.
Least, a response of dominant bass that can hinder as styles.

Being honest, a good headphone Monitoring for the price, I would buy without problems when it is worn.

I use it for monitoring. A close reading several reviews coatings it is very comfortable and did not feel after two hours. Adaptation is multiple and poses
no problem, the ear is well wrapped.

The headphone looks solid, already two years and no wear as other brands.
The connection is a simple 3.5 stereo jack adapter with a 6.35.
No degradation, her look is superb, the robustness is there.

The quality is good without going into the high-end considering the price, the level is correct and the insulation is perfect, surprising fact.
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" does its job"

The T.bone HD-880Published on 10/02/14 at 16:01
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+ Two years ... I went through a few models from other brands or t.bone, open and closed, and other applications ...
I'm happy.

for the sound recordings and listening group, nice, little ear fatigue.

Solid connectivity + than adequate, well aged.

The audio quality is okay for you to take her, exit mix, master or sound design; but it does not flatter or swells anything so it can be useful second listening, the sound quality improves as the volume increases.
on the other hand, very good sound insulation in both directions (that is the purpose of these headphones).
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" Mixed ...!!"

The T.bone HD-880Published on 12/15/11 at 10:27
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APRS PERIOD a small test, I must admit that I still have mixed feelings about the quality of this headphone!
The bass is far too Submitted, treble the tuft mdiums are more or less stable! ... The reason may be just the fact that originally these headphones a con t u to use the batteries in the entry level!?

To truly realize, I compared several headphones for use prvu also diversify the monitor, the audio Fast Fashion, ... or even the simple cost of an MP3 file and ben ... strangely I must admit that even the Philips SBC HP200, which is 2 3 times cheaper without having spcificit "pushed", and had suffered some criticism over the bass a little too Submitted , fared better than the HD......
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APRS PERIOD a small test, I must admit that I still have mixed feelings about the quality of this headphone!
The bass is far too Submitted, treble the tuft mdiums are more or less stable! ... The reason may be just the fact that originally these headphones a con t u to use the batteries in the entry level!?

To truly realize, I compared several headphones for use prvu also diversify the monitor, the audio Fast Fashion, ... or even the simple cost of an MP3 file and ben ... strangely I must admit that even the Philips SBC HP200, which is 2 3 times cheaper without having spcificit "pushed", and had suffered some criticism over the bass a little too Submitted , fared better than the HD 880 T. Bone!
For a given height allchant descriptive of the manufacturer, I had to change the graphic equalizer frquences of my PC based on rgl "Flat". Once the correct rglages found I must admit that the quality ddaign shows the tip of his nose, and a pure rgale!
Question comfort, is a reasonable height of the selling price. The adapter comes with jack which is a plus, and they are gold plated which reduces the losses!

Compared to the price might be a lightweight esprer at its best.
If I do, I am not sure that I would do the same choice.
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The T.bone HD-880Published on 06/01/04 at 00:14
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I bought directly from Thomann 4, to serve as a control for the musicians. I have tried on the spot between the AKG K55, and this, in this CATEGORY cheap (around 30 euros).
For the price, satisfying trs. The sound is not great and lack of precision but that's okay. The K55 silent trs "renflquot, in the bass.
I also wanted to try the Behringer MODELS n'taient but unwilling test and critics read a relatively poor and very promptly discouraged Dranger seller for nothing.

Cot comfort, it is enjoyable trs. The finish is quite good, the headphone does not shake and do not "hot" not your ears. Stereo image is satisfactory. The cable is strong, the plug adapter 3.5/6.5 are gold plated.
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I bought directly from Thomann 4, to serve as a control for the musicians. I have tried on the spot between the AKG K55, and this, in this CATEGORY cheap (around 30 euros).
For the price, satisfying trs. The sound is not great and lack of precision but that's okay. The K55 silent trs "renflquot, in the bass.
I also wanted to try the Behringer MODELS n'taient but unwilling test and critics read a relatively poor and very promptly discouraged Dranger seller for nothing.

Cot comfort, it is enjoyable trs. The finish is quite good, the headphone does not shake and do not "hot" not your ears. Stereo image is satisfactory. The cable is strong, the plug adapter 3.5/6.5 are gold plated.
The insulation is adequate.
In short, the price is really what I wanted. I have a Sennheiser H210 also, although less comfortable and solid (but better isolated and the sound is abysmal.
This is a good choice for 30 euros of investment.
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  • Manufacturer: The T.bone
  • Model: HD-880
  • Category: Studio headphones
  • Added in our database on: 02/05/2003

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