Sennheiser HD 201 Over-Ear Stereo Headphones
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The HD 201 is a pair of closed, dynamic stereo headphones for the budget-conscious music lover, featuring powerful sound reproduction, good attenuation of ambient noise and outstanding wearing comfort.
Powerful sound reproduction
Rich, crisp bass response
Lightweight and comfortable to wear
Good attenuation of ambient noise
High-quality leatherette ear pads
Gold-plated ¼” (6.3 mm) jack adaptor
Great for budget Headphones
Doug on 02.03.2011
dont bother with expensive $200 peices of junk, these will get you by just fine. sturdy and reliable, i can jam on my bass all day and wont have any signs of letting up highly reccommend. the 3m cable is kinda annoying
Amazing quality and build, VERY little downside.
Dom on 25.10.2011
-Pros- Amazing bass, a quantum leap from any sort of earbuds or in-ear headphones. Very comfortable, the leather isn't too harsh nor wrinkly, and they gently cup the ear without being too restrictive. JB Bondi Junction had a demo pair that you could try on. Slim profile, they don't come too far out to the sides of the head making you look like an idiot. The sound generation outside the cups isn't loud, meaning those around you can't really hear what you're listening to (unless they're right next to you IE on the bus) -Cons- A 3m cable is too long for these type of headphones, but it really isn't that troublesome where you can tape up the slack or just put it in your pocket. -Conclusion- Buy these goddamn headphones, for the asking price ($50) they are amazing, I'd recommend them to anyone and is a truly quantum leap from the ipod headphones I was using before. Would make a great gift for anyone who needs better sound quality. p.s Listen to Daft Punk - Alive 2007 in one sitting
duhhhh on 28.12.2011
awesome headphones, so comfy and sound great! only slight issue is the 3m cable, was a surprise because i didnt realise until after i bought them but they are still incredible for $50.
Marcus Halberstram on 14.08.2012
These headphones are OK given their price, but they were just not what I had expected given all the hype and positive ratings. Firstly, they are really quiet - I have to turn up my speakers to full volume in order to hear these. Secondly, they don't isolate noise very well - but then these aren't noise isolating headphones so I guess I'll let that pass. Thirdly, they feel really cheap and light - the leatherette pads are kinda stiff and it feels very cheap and plasticky. Last of all, "powerful bass driven sound"? there is little to no bass. Sure the sound is clear, but it certainly is not powerful or 'bass driven'. The bottom line is that these are budget headphones, and at the end of the day you get what you are paying for.
Sennheiser HD 201
Chris Pace on 19.09.2012
Purchased these headphones today after doing some research between these and the HD 202 II. For the price of these, how can you possibly go wrong. You get a quality sounds, not tinny at all and enough bass to have a really good sound. I had to look again..sennheisers for this cheap! A great purchase. The only thing lacking is the maximum volume is a wee bit soft, but hey these headphones produce a great quality sound. So who cares!