Product Type: Sennheiser headphones
Description:Headphones / The HD 212Pro closed dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones have a balanced sound image with a slight emphasis on the bass response. DJs will like their excellent attenuation of ambient noise and the soft, comfortable ear pads.
Newest Review: ... and the vocals comes out really well. When checking out older albums I used to spin a lot, I begin to notice details I hadn't ... more
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Customer Sennheiser HD212 Reviews (4)
by - written on 29/06/09 (Very useful, 243 readings)
I bought this to complement my newly purchased ipod as I realised I couldn't tolerate the poor sound quality from Apple Ipod headphones. I looked around on Tottenham Court Street, which is well known for its audio/visual knowledge. I knew that Sennheiser was a good manufacturer of headphones so I was quite eager to buy them after reading good reviews. The sound produced by the headphones is just short of amazing; especially for the price I paid for it. Just £40! The bass is a bit 'chunky' at times but I quite like my bass to be thick and the vocals comes out really well. When checking out older albums I used to spin a lot, I begin to notice details I hadn't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/09, updated on 16/05/09 (Very useful, 20 readings)
After my (very high tech) granddad's hearing started catching up with his age, my non-noise canceling in ear headphones I bought my iriver h10 5 years earlier were over, my podcasts had to be cranked up so loud I decided enough was enough. Instead of going down the more reasonable route of completely denying TV to my ancestor, I decided it was time to invest in good quality noise canceling headphones. My initial budget was a lot higher than the final price I ended up paying for my HD212 pro and there are many reasons why you don't necessarily get what your pay for at higher price points. Like everything else the higher up the product range you go, the more you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/01/09 (Very useful, 33 readings)
As I got more interested and serious about mixing music, I decided that I needed a better set of headphones that I could for both mixing and for general, everyday use. I didn't want to spend hundreds on a set of monitoring headphones, so i shopped around a bit and decided to purchase a pair of HD212's. After trying them out in store, i was really impressed by them. They were perfect for me for many reasons. They weren't overly expensive - so I could use them for personal, without being scared stiff of damaging them. The build quality seems to be top class. And I can't see them ever getting broken damaged easily. They seem very sturdy. And if anything were to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
After many months of using a cheap pair of headphones I decided I needed something a little better. I was originally buying headphones for gaming but these are so good I use them for audio mixing and everything else too! At first they look cool and futuristic but after you get used to them they do look a little plastic and cheap. I recently noticed that the silver paint starts to chip off after a while, especially at the top. They're very comfortable to wear although they take a little getting used to as they seem really tight at first if you don't wear closed headphones a lot. Although there are sliders for the ear cups to adjust the size, they don't ... Read the complete review
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