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Sennheiser HD 202 Closed Back On-Ear Stereo Headphone

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  • Closed-back-on-ear stereo headphones with powerful sound reproduction
  • High efficiency drivers for maximum performance from all types of music
  • Sealed design blocks outside noise so you can listen without interruption and without disturbing others
  • Optimised for portable audio - includes MP3, iPod, iPhone, CD Players
  • Choose your optimum cable length - use the supplied cable winder which can also clip to a belt

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Sennheiser HD 202 Closed Back On-Ear Stereo Headphone + 5M 3.5MM Headphone Extension Lead / Gold Plated (BY CABLES 4 ALL) + Professional Quality Headphone Adaptor ~ 3.5mm Jack Socket to 6.35mm Plug with 24K Gold Plated Contacts by electrosmart®
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Product Description

Sennheiser deliver the best quality headphone range for DJs and the HD 202 II is another excellent addition to this range. The Sennheiser HD 202-II is a closed, supra-aural, dynamic hi-fi stereo headphone. They are the ideal partner for DJs, for both mobile sources and home mini hi-fi systems, and powerful modern music, providing good insulation against ambient noise and a vivid, crisp bass response. The rugged lightweight headphones have a secure fit the earcups can be removed from the headband so listen one sided when you need to. Specially designed damping perforation ensures powerful bass response and lightweight diaphragm material with “turbine” embossing for extremely low bass. When out and about, a convenient cord take-up lets you adjust the cable length when listening on the move. The HD 202 II is extremely comfortable to wear due to ultra-lightweight design, even for extended listening and has a rugged outdoor design with extremely flexible headband. Also featuring a 3m highly conductive OFC copper cable and the leatherette ear pads are replaceable. A 3.5/6.3mm (¼”) stereo jack plug adaptor is included in the box. Enjoy peace of mind thanks to the 2-year international warranty, remembering Sennheiser deliver the best possible sound experience!

Box Contains

  • HD 202 II headphones
  • 6.3 mm screw on adaptor
  • Cable winder

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    1,003 of 1,023 people found the following review helpful By Will on 15 Oct. 2010
    I bought these headphones about a year ago to use at college where I'm studying sound engineering.

    I will start off by mentioning my few problems with them, most of which have been mentioned by other reviewers.

    They are bass heavy. For most modern music, especially the dance genre's, these headphones will give you almost exactly the sound you want. However if you're planning on using these in a professional environment, working with more classical, or acoustic music you will need to keep an eye on how much bass you're rolling off.

    The cord. All three metres of it. I don't think I've come across a cable that loves to get it self tangled more often in my life. Also, if you're working in a room with other people, you need to keep an eye on where all that excess is (I have had to extricate mine from the wheels of chairs in college's IT suites more than once). Finally such a long cable is hardly ideal for use while on the move. Yes, it comes with a storage reel, however this is slightly bulky, and if you're anything like me, it will have disappeared within a few weeks.

    Finally, the ear pads. While these are comfy, in my experience after an hour or two of use they do begin to make the area around your ears feel warm and a bit sweaty.

    Now onto the good points.

    Despite their strength in the low frequencies, they also give an excellent representation of those mid and high frequencies. They are a bit limited, in so far as their frequency response tops out at about 17kHz, but most people by their mid twenties are struggling to hear that high anyway, and it is very unusual to get instruments playing that high (without taking into account harmonics).

    The cord.
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    43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Robyn on 12 Sept. 2010
    I mean, come on, £15 for a set of Sennheisers?! Has to be too good to be true.

    Nope, it's real! These really are simply fantastic headphones. Sure, the audiophiles might have a bit to complain about because of the accentuated bass which has the possibility of slightly reducing midrange during quieter songs, but this is very rare. The trebles are crisp and clear, mid range isn't drowned out and the bass is thick and warm.

    I've read a lot of reviews about these being uncomfortable to wear, but I've had them on for 5+ hours at a time and never experienced any real discomfort. Their curved shape also makes them sit around your neck snugly when they aren't in use, to the point that it's easy to forget you're wearing them. Also, the ball and socket mechanism that holds the ear cups in place means that it's difficult to break them, they just slot back onto the headband with no real effort.

    The headphone lead is very long, but it comes with a handy little headphone-tidyer-upper thing so that's not a problem at all. The headphones also come with a 3.5mm jack to a larger jack (5.5mm possibly), which was a nice surprise.

    All in all, these headphones are superb. Definitely worth three times what I paid for them. Sure, the lead is long and they aren't exactly discreet, but who cares?! Fantastic audio quality for pocket change. Highly recommended.
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    201 of 213 people found the following review helpful By Guy Incognito on 5 May 2011
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    As a London commuter, they're perfect- even if you're not playing anything through them they can block out screeching brakes on the Tube, annoying tinny tunes from mobiles belonging to the kids at the back of a bus, an overcrowded Liverpool St station...the list goes on. What's more, they don't leak noise out either, so you're in your own world, which makes any journey far more bearable. And what's more, they sound terrific. After years of shoddy bass response on headphones, these deliver the goods.

    But I'm on my fourth pair of these headphone in three years for the simple reason that the connecting cable are flimsy at best. On two of my previous three pairs, a small amount of stress or stretch where part of the (slightly overlong) wire was trapped in something or got pulled by accident caused the headphones to stop working. Obviously this isn't intentional, but things like this happen and it's annoying to have to shell out for a new pair when there must surely be a way of improving the cable protection.
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    20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By ScottyPark on 28 Feb. 2011
    I've had the HD202's for 3 months now and i'm happy with my purchase but i thought i'd give my opinion on all areas to help future buyers.

    (1*) BULID QUALITY: The HD202's are middle of the road when it comes build quality. They have a bit of a cheap plasticy feel to them. The ear cups do turn 10 - 15 degrees left to right on a pivot and is great if you want one side behind your ear. I have pulled them about and only when abused abit more they do pop off but easily popped back in to place. Cables are thick and i haven't had a problem with breakages yet the outter insulation doesn't feel the best ever though. They come with a 3m cable and come with a handy tool to wind the cable up on to a clip for your belt or for your pocket but not so good if you wear tight jeans.

    (2*) COMFORT: They are comfy in my opinion they feel just right and they dont fall off my head everytime i look at my feet. I wear these at work 8 hours at a time and sometimes about 5 hours in they become a bit annoying as they make you sweat around the ears. The sponge on the ear cups are soft with the same material one the headband but they dont act as a very good sound insulator.

    (2*) SOUND QUALITY: I had a pair of shure se530's £200's worth and the sound quality is better in the HD202's JUST! They produce a warmer mid to high end range nothing to hissy. They struggle with low end and could be better so if your into to drum and bass i wouldn't recommend them!
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