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Sennheiser HD 380 Pro Collapsible High end Headphones - Black

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RRP: £149.99
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  • Highly advanced features for superior sound
  • Extended frequency response for accurate, reliable sound reproduction
  • Closed circumaural design for excellent passive attenuation of ambient noise (up to 32dB)
  • Exceptional comfort for extended listening
  • Carrying case included for engineers on the go
  • Replaceable single-sided, coiled cable with 3.5mm jack connector and screw type adapter to ¼”
  • Easily replaceable parts for long service life
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Technical Details
Item Weight454 g
Product Dimensions17.5 x 9.9 x 22.6 cm
Item model numberHD 380 Pro
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 318 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight998 g
Date First Available1 Mar 2009
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Manufacturer's Description

HD 380 pro, a new professional monitoring headphone. The HD 380 pro provides an extended frequency response with increased sound pressure level (up to 110dB) for accurate sound reproduction in all kinds of demanding use. Adding on, its closed circumaural design provides excellent passive attenuation of ambient noise, hence making it ideal for monitoring purposes. Not only that, the lightweight and secure-fit design offers a very comfortable listening experience to the sound professional who has to wear them over long durations.

Box Contains

  • HD 380 Headset
  • Attachable coiled cable
  • Carrying case
  • ¼” jack adapter

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    109 of 110 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Stalin on 8 Oct 2009
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    For the last 25 years at least I have been using Sennheiser headphones.
    I currently have 5 pairs that I use very frequently but the newest ones are the ones you want to know about.

    I had been using a pair of Sennheiser HD280 Pro [64 Ohm] and I was very happy with them and then early this year I heard about the "upgrade" to these, the HD 380 Pro and being a bit of a sound nerd I had to have some.
    Was it worth it? Well, yes it was!

    They are slightly lighter, they fold better and come with their own case, they have a curly lead rather than the straight one for the 280s and they are even more comfortable for long time listening!

    But what you really want to know about is the sound quality - they are better in all respects . . . the sound is great!
    The bass is tight with a crisp attack but it does go quite deep and sounds really good.
    The midrange is musical, well controlled with a good soundstage - the instruments are well placed.
    The treble is tight, high without being shrill and hangs onto the top notes say of cymbals without becoming papery and thin.
    The sound altogether is musical, well controlled and not coloured - if you want deep booming bass and greatly coloured sound then these are not for you.
    All told, these for me are superb headphones and I am delighted to have made their acquaintance.
    Oh yes . . . and I also use them with my iPod and that sounds even better too . . .

    I give them 5 stars for sound and 5 stars for comfort.
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    28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Grumpy old Dad on 5 Sep 2010
    After a good while deciding what new headphones to get have just taken delivery of these and they are fantastic. Come with neat case and pack away tidily so very portable for a full size headphone. Sound quality is brilliant, currently listening to all my old collection again and marvelling at the new detail I can hear. Have been listening to Pink Floyd since I was a teenager back in the 1970s through dozens of different systems and these blow everything away. Very comfortable (for someone who has been known as "wingnut" in the past...enough said!) and well built. Good screw on adaptor. A clever design well executed, you won't be dissapointed.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By David Bradshaw on 22 Dec 2010
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    The sound from these cans is superb and detailed. The quality is as good as my now rather ancient HD 595s, which I've used as my "reference" phones for some years, however, the bass is quite a lot more prominent. If you like rock music, these are a good choice for you! I've used a variety of sources, including an iPod, a Zune, computer, amplifier and in-flight entertainment systems and had good sound with plenty of volume from all these sources.

    In terms of noise isolation, I agree with the other reviewers, these attenuate ambient noise but you can still hear clearly what's going on around. On a long-haul flight the background roar and announcements were still audible (if I didn't have the volume cranked up to painful...), on the London Underground I could hear announcements, and in the office I could hear the phone next to me ring, but in all environments, I could still enjoy the music or follow the film dialogue easily.

    So why not five stars? The main reason is the curly lead which is a nuisance, especially when using it on the train or plane, and even sometimes at home. I'd much prefer a straight lead.
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    31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Alex Botwright on 19 Jan 2011
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    I brought these headphones as replacement and improvement on my old HD 205 headphones. After 2 years of service the 205's had failed at the jack; some kind of electrical connection failure. Shame, because for the money they are very good. One of the reason's I brought the 380's is because of the replaceable cable; it is really annoying when something simple like that kills a perfectly good piece of equipment with no chance of repair.

    The one thing I have above all else is a good ear for balance and audio quality; apparently, I don't think I am anything special in this field but the rest of my secondary music department used my for anything to do with sound quality. I have been doing music of various forms for the past 12 years (that might have something to do with it, I don't know) and I have never come across anything this good at this price range. I have been lucky enough to have tried a pair of Sennheiser HD 800 headphones (RRP £999!) and of course the 800's are better but for a 8th of the price (on amazon anyway) the 380's produce stunning quality.

    For testing purposes I used several tracks on my iPod touch which I thought wolf give the headphones a good work out...

    -Enterprising Young Men -Michael Giacchino -Star Trek The motion Picture
    -Uprising -Muse - The Resistance
    -Adagio For Strings - Tiesto -Parade Of The Athletes
    -Four Seasons -Joe Satriani -Live
    -1st Movement -Mahler -Symphony Number 4
    -Requiem For Tower -Escala -Escala
    -Glitter And Trauma -Biffy Clyro -Infinity Land

    (All of these, bar Four Seasons was ripped at full quality on iTunes, which was a 480p video on youtube through the touch.)

    The 380's performed superbly on every occasion.
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    20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Roy on 3 Mar 2012
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    After considerable research into the headphones market I decided these were the best buy for the price - £101.98 with free delivery. The key specification to look for is the frequency response. This is the range of sound frequency the headphones are capable of reproducing - in the case of the HD 380 pros this is a rather incredible 8Hz - 27Khz. I already have a pair of Sennheiser RS120 (wireless) and they are fantastic too, although the build quality is not as good as the HD380s and the volume control has gone very flaky after 5 years but they still work well. The HD 380s are very well built - sturdy, robust and very comfortable to wear for extended listening. The thin leather cushioned pads while very comfortable, probably won't last very long with my raspy stubble so I hope you can buy replacements.

    The most important difference between my RS120s and the HD380s though is the frequency response. The RS120s are 20Hz - 20Khz and also a different style of phones as the RS120s are open backed and the HD380s closed. Now, the physical audible range of hearing for all of us human beings is 20Hz - 20Kz if you are young with no damage to your hearing through illness or long exposure to loud noise (like a career as a sound engineer with Hawkwind for example). Human hearing also naturally deteriorates as we get older, and the audible bandwidth narrows slowly over time (one good reason why responsible personal audio player manufacturers like Apple limit the volume of their iPods).

    So why is a headphone frequency range of 8Hz - 27Khz so useful? I hear you ask sceptically. Well, it is this - the limits of the human audio spectrum is extended at both ends by the human body's amazing ability to recognise subsonic information through - vibration.
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