Been Using The 150 Euro Sennheiser HD280 Pro Studio Headphones and It’s Got Flaws

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Sennheiser HD280 Pro

After a careful evaluation of what the market was offering and after reading a multitude of reviews and data sheets I chose the Sennheiser HD280 Pro studio headphones.

The audio quality for me is exceptional.

I find them comfortable and during my movements thanks to the folding system.

During the recordings they keep out the outside noise and I can immerse myself completely in the productions I am working on.

I compared this with the Bose I had. I bought them for a higher price. The Sennheiser HD280 Pro has a deeper sound and cleaner.

Funny because you listen to mp3 or mp3 quality music which is poor and you can hear all the faults that I did not hear with the Bose.

For those who wear glasses, they will have to get used to because they press on the temples (they
are not as comfortable as the Bose). That’s a flaw but I think a small one.

And even just listening to music normally they are fantastic … Maybe in summer they keep a little warm, but it’s normal for closed headphones!

This is also a minor flaw of again as during summer it is a bit ‘hard to put them on the ears because I sweat. Nothing insurmountable anyway and the advantage is that in winter they keep warm;)

So in conclusion the Sennheiser HD280 Pro is a great product, high quality. Comfortable to wear, the sound quality is remarkable, as well as the isolation from noise. Beautiful aesthetically not to mention.


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