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The HD 555 open, dynamic stereo headphones feature a special internal surround reflector. It generates an extended, spatial sound field, making this model the ideal headphones for home cinema as well as music. Many innovative features such as E.A.R. technology and optimised Duofol diaphragms deliver a whole new level of audio reproduction.
I wanted good headphones to go with my new Xonar DGX soundcard. After a lot of research i picked this model, since it's supposed to provide one of the best ratios of quality/price. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Dobromir Manchev
I love these. They give unbelievably good sound quality, excellent bass response, crystal clear treble. Very long cable and comes with 'big to small' adaptor plug. Read morePublished 22 months ago by T. P. Cannon
I first tried a pair of these wonderful headphones at a friends house over the summer when I was working on his PC and I'd previously known of the Sennheiser brand and the... Read morePublished on 12 Aug 2012 by lesleyJ
Review for Sennheiser HD555 Headphones
Time Used: Over One Year
I will start by saying I am not an audiophile or someone who knows the difference between the... Read more
I had previously used a cheap set of denons for everything.
Listening to music on the PC, and also playing on the digital piano. Read more
The Sennheiser HD555 are practically perfect for me -- they sound fantastic and are incredibly comfortable.
I'll start with the sound. Read more
The sound is fantastic but the coating on the phones can be a little annoying. That said, worth the money for movies and especially for games.Published on 4 Sep 2011 by Niels Kristian Schmidt
The sound is the best I have ever heard. Nice design. I like this type of headphones. Very, very good.Published on 30 April 2011 by Slawomir Wojcicki
These Senn's do have a great open sound with a robust bass. They are also the most comfortable 'phones I've worn over extended periods ie the entire 5CD boxset of Ennio Morricone's... Read morePublished on 12 Feb 2011 by Tim Kidner