Sennheiser HD203 Closed-Back DJ Headphones
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- Rugged outdoor design with durable and flexible headband
- Neodymium magnets and high output drivers for maximum sound performance
- Closed on-ear headphone design blocks outside noise
- Compatible with all sources of portable audio and also ideal for DJs
- Ear cups can be removed from the headband to listen on one side and for easy replacement if needed
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Closed, supra-aural, dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones Good attenuation of ambient noise Powerful neodymium magnets and lightweight diaphragms for high sound levels Extremely comfortable to wear due to ultra-lightweight design, even for extended listening Rugged outdoor design with extremely flexible headband 3m highly conductive OFC copper cable Replaceable leatherette ear pads Frequency response 18 - 18kHz Sound pressure level (SPL) 115 dB (1kHz, 1Vrms) THD, total harmonic distortion <0.5% Impedance 32 ohms Delivered with 1 adaptor to 1/4" (6.3mm) stereo jack
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Top Customer Reviews
Update: These stopped working in one ear in Dec 2013 and I discovered that they have a two year warranty - all sennheiser products do apparently - so, amazon told me to contact sennheiser, which I did through their website, and was sent out a replacement pair immediately! Amazing customer care - well done sennheiser.
I would definitely recommend these to anyone who's looking for quality headphones for a fairly low price.
This is a must buy worth every penny
I was not very careful with my last pair and managed to break them, my fault entirely. But I've had these since they first came out and see no reason to buy any other. Great sound. Comfortable, clear, good bass and durable. And they are capable of going louder than many othe similar priced headphones so watch your ears. They also have an extra long cable which is a blessing when plugged into laptops etc.
The 202's are lighter, the 203's seem tougher but just barely. Both are tough enough. Apparently the 203's are clearer but I haven't had the chance to compare them directly.
One thing to note is they are a snug fit, which is great for blocking out unwanted sound and they dont slip off your ears. However, because of the this, after an hour or more of wearing them I do find my ears start to ache a little. Taking them off for 2 minutes seems to do the trick.
Oh and the earpieces unclip from the headband, for flat packing. Very handy.
Way better than the trendy DJ headphones around now. Don't look any further.
But the low frequency response of the HD203 headphones dominates to such a degree as to make listening to any music written in the treble clef - vocals etc. - impossible.
I put them on and they feel amazing, really comfy and they sounds SUPERB. I seriously recommend these
Not especially comfortable, but sound quality is fine. They just don't sit as well on the head as other headphones I've had.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very comfortable, and great sound. The lead is a bit too long for use with portable devices though.Published 1 month ago by Richard P. Creek
Not too bad sound for the money - but expect it to last for about a year in kid room environment. Kids were happy until sound dissappeared in left ear.Published 2 months ago by Christoffer J
Still working fine two years later. The sound quality is great, I would recommend these headphones.Published 3 months ago by Chad Anthony
After a few month the left hand side of the headphones stopped working Had this with several Sennheiser products before. Bit disappointed with that company.Published 5 months ago by Lola
Great headphones, high quality sound. Only downside is the 3m long cable.Published 7 months ago by Cal J
Great headphones for the money, the usual Sennheiser quality and they fit well, the cord is more than long enough as well. So, all in all a great buyPublished 9 months ago by Si Freddie Hatfield
Good sound quality, bit uncomfortable for long periods of listeningPublished 9 months ago by Alex Brooker