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Sennheiser HD25 Over-Ear Aluminium DJ Headphones

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  • Rotatable capsules for one-ear monitoring
  • Capable of handling high levels of sound pressure
  • High-grade aluminum earcups for exceptional durability
  • Superb sound reproduction with tight bass and detailed trebles

Description
To celebrate its 25th anniversary, we’ve given the HD 25 an exciting new look.
Sennheiser’s HD 25 ALUMINIUM has all of the features, which have made the legendary HD 25 the
headphones of choice among DJs and sound professionals, but now we’ve taken the high quality electronics and encased them in a sturdy aluminum shell for maximum durability and a distinctive appearance just right for the world of EDM.

The HD 25 ALUMINIUM provides remarkable sound reproduction over the entire audible range and is still capable of handling high levels of sound pressure, while at the same time virtually eliminating background noise and sound leakage.

The ear capsules can be rotated to facilitate one-ear sound monitoring at the turntable, and the ergonomic design remains comfortable even after hours of use. In short, the HD 25 ALUMINIUM is designed to meet the demands of the working professional, and its bold new image keeps in step with the beats in the dance club.


Features:
A protective carrying case is included
Unsurpassed Sennheiser functionality
Rotatable capsules for one-ear monitoring
Robust construction that withstands heavy use
Equipped with a sturdy, replaceable single-sided steel cable
High attenuation of background noise with no sound leakage
The lightweight, ergonomic design remains comfortable even over extended periods of time
Superb sound reproduction with tight bass and detailed trebles, yet capable of handling extremely high levels of sound pressure
High-grade aluminum earcups for exceptional durability. Each pair of earcups is lathed individually from a single block of aluminum, making every set of headphones unique.


Parameters:
Impedance: 70 ohms
Frequency response: 16 - 22000 Hz
Sound pressure level (SPL): 120 dB
THD, total harmonic distortion: < 0,3 % (1kHz/100dB)
Contact pressure: approx. 3.2 N
Ear coupling: Supraaural
Jack plug: 3,5 mm / 6,3 mm adapter; straight
Cable length: 2 m; single sided replaceable cable
Transducer principle: dynamic, closed
Weight: ~ 190 g
Load rating: 200 mW

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cusefan
Jun 14, 2013 6:22:08 PM
I initially wanted to gets Beats headphones because they had a good enough reputation. But upon doing even the smallest amount of research I quickly saw they were not all they were cracked up to be or even close. I found these Sennheiser HD 25 headphones and I soon saw that if I wanted good quality headphones these are the way to go.

I noted that many people buying these are professional DJs and music producers. However, you do not need to be a professional to love and use these headphones. They are very comfortable to wear and look very cool. Even though Adidas branded headphones are more expensive than the same headphone without the brand, but I would saw the few extra bucks is worth it for the style.

These are a way better value in every way than Beats and I still like Beats. These are a great value and I could not be more pleased with them.

Bottom line, if you want great sounding and balanced audio from a great named headphone company because you actually care about clear, quality, full sounding music then you should buy these headphones.
Steven L. Tran
Jun 14, 2013 6:20:24 PM
I've had these headphones for more than a year now and they have been on the top of my headphone list ever since. The sound is as great as it gets when it comes to portable headphones. The mids and highs are extremely clear and bright. The bass, although lacking the extra boom that is popular with younger listeners, is extremely tight and accurate. For people that are looking for bass heavy headphones, look elsewhere. These will not satisfy your bass needs nor was it intended to.

I also cannot stress the durability. There are very few headphones that I toss around without worry, and these are one of them. These are unbelievably durable. A lot of people knock these headphones for being too "plasticky," but the build quality is way beyond other headphones that use an extensive metal construction. Do not be fooled by the plastic construction of these headphones. They are built like a rock.

Portability was my main goal when I began researching for headphones. I ended up buying roughly about 15 different headphones (and counting) and a slew of IEMs. At the end of the day, the HD-25s are my go-to headphones. Because of its great durability and small size, these headphones have great portability. I can easily and quickly toss them into my bag/backpack without worrying about my books smashing on top of them (though I would be cautious nonetheless) when I'm in a rush. I also travel on foot/skateboard/bike a lot and these are perfect for all three activities. Granted, they do not fold up like other portable headphones, but making space was never an issue for me.

There are a few negatives, however. The sound, although awesome, can be fatiguing for some after long periods of use. These are not your basic soft treble, soft highs, and impact-heavy bass headphones. The stressed mids and highs can become very fatiguing. Although this is more of a warning rather than a negative, it is important that buyers know this before buying headphones that are built for concentrated mids and highs. Also, these are supraural headphones, meaning they sit on TOP of the ear and not around the ear. Again, not a direct negative aspect of the headphones and more of a preference, but buyers have to be aware of it. If you take note of the fact that they can become fatiguing and also clasp on top of your ears, it can be fairly uncomfortable after long periods of use. Another preference aspect is that these headphones come with blue pleather pads. These can add even more to the comfort issue since it can be sweaty after long use. I personally do not have a big issue with sweat with these headphones, but I can see how some people might especially if they sweat a lot. Luckily, they do come with velour alternatives, but the color of the velour pads are white. It kind of throws off the clean blue/black look of the headphone and makes it a bit tacky. If the color is not an issue for you, nor will the padding of these headphones be an issue. And the last note I want to point out with these headphones is that they have a VERY long cable compared to other portable headphones. These were made to be DJ reference headphones so the cable is quite lengthy. This is not a good thing when it comes to portability. I have mine semi-braided to deal with this issue, but I wouldn't recommend this method if you worry about the cable losing function. There are many cable alternatives you can find online to replace the headphones with and replacing these are very easy (it's just plug and play almost). Again, if the length of the cable is not an issue, then no worries here. Oh, and one more point I want to make is that, although I love these headphones, they are not worth the higher price tag just for the extra blue color and accents. These have no performance difference compared to the original. If you can find these for a price similar to the original ones, they are a must buy!

TL;DR: These headphones are one of the best buys as long as you're not looking for bass-heavy headphones. Highly recommended!
yepp4y
Jun 14, 2013 6:18:53 PM
It is a perfect headphone I have ever used, perfect sound, amazing feelings, I have Bose, Beats, ATH headphones, but this one makes the best music I have ever heard.