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Sennheiser HD 202 Closed Back On-Ear Stereo Headphone, £18.00 prime/amazon

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Non prime add £2.75 for delivery. Closed-back-on-ear stereo headphones with powerful sound reproduction • High efficiency drivers for maximum performance from all types of music • Sealed design blo… Read More
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Non prime add £2.75 for delivery.
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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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Great headphones, they usually last me about 2 years before the wiring goes after pretty much daily use and abuse.
#3
Good headphones, just one thing to note is that the cable is around 3m long. So can be abit of a hassle sometimes
#4
I find the cable length useful but they a a bit small and I don't have particularly large ears. Good headphones for the money tho.
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master10
Good headphones, just one thing to note is that the cable is around 3m long. So can be abit of a hassle sometimes

What the hell anyone needs 3m for - that's longer than my car, twice as long as my wife!
Have ones with 2m cable and it drives me nuts.
#6
Sqsq
master10
Good headphones, just one thing to note is that the cable is around 3m long. So can be abit of a hassle sometimes

What the hell anyone needs 3m for - that's longer than my car, twice as long as my wife!
Have ones with 2m cable and it drives me nuts.


Tv in bed to not wake the missus would be one good use
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Sqsq

What the hell anyone needs 3m for - that's longer than my car, twice as long as my wife!
Have ones with 2m cable and it drives me nuts.
Very useful if you're sitting in another part of the room, away from your amplifier/PC/whatever. I have these phones and often use the full extent of the cable, and I live in a small house.
#8
Sqsq
master10
Good headphones, just one thing to note is that the cable is around 3m long. So can be abit of a hassle sometimes
What the hell anyone needs 3m for - that's longer than my car, twice as long as my wife!
Have ones with 2m cable and it drives me nuts.
It's good for the amount of times I've had to strip the cable back and rewire it when it inevitably goes dodgy (gets used out and about 5 days a week)... Must have about twenty years of rewires before the cable gets to a normal length!
#9
I have these and they're very good.
They're on-ear rather than over-ear.
The cables do wear out at the point where it enters the cups; I've had to cut the cable and re-solder once or twice.
Still good value, although I now use Sony bluetooth cans.
Edit: to stop the cable from wearing out, I recommend Sugru to reinforce the connection

Edited By: simonspeakeasy on Nov 03, 2016 12:45
#10
MackemAB
Great headphones, they usually last me about 2 years before the wiring goes after pretty much daily use and abuse.
Can't you buy new wires?
I've had a pair of something similar for over 20 years and bought new cables about 5 years ago (and ear cushions which had perished)
#11
mrew42
MackemAB
Great headphones, they usually last me about 2 years before the wiring goes after pretty much daily use and abuse.
Can't you buy new wires?
I've had a pair of something similar for over 20 years and bought new cables about 5 years ago (and ear cushions which had perished)

The wire isn't detachable.
#12
mrew42
MackemAB
Great headphones, they usually last me about 2 years before the wiring goes after pretty much daily use and abuse.
Can't you buy new wires?
I've had a pair of something similar for over 20 years and bought new cables about 5 years ago (and ear cushions which had perished)

You probably could, I mean I find it's usually where the wire connects to the headphone that can be an issue. Chop it, solder it, good as new.
#13
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mrew42
MackemAB
Great headphones, they usually last me about 2 years before the wiring goes after pretty much daily use and abuse.
Can't you buy new wires?
I've had a pair of something similar for over 20 years and bought new cables about 5 years ago (and ear cushions which had perished)
The wire isn't detachable.
Shame
My HD - 497 (I think they are) can virtually be rebuilt from spares, except for the earpieces themselves
http://headphonespares.sennheiser.co.uk/hifi-tv-headphones/hd-497
#14
mrew42
rev6
mrew42
MackemAB
Great headphones, they usually last me about 2 years before the wiring goes after pretty much daily use and abuse.
Can't you buy new wires?
I've had a pair of something similar for over 20 years and bought new cables about 5 years ago (and ear cushions which had perished)
The wire isn't detachable.
Shame
My HD - 497 (I think they are) can virtually be rebuilt from spares, except for the earpieces themselves http://headphonespares.sennheiser.co.uk/hifi-tv-headphones/hd-497

Yeah. I refuse to buy headphones without a detachable cable.
#15
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mrew42
rev6
mrew42
MackemAB
Great headphones, they usually last me about 2 years before the wiring goes after pretty much daily use and abuse.
Can't you buy new wires?
I've had a pair of something similar for over 20 years and bought new cables about 5 years ago (and ear cushions which had perished)
The wire isn't detachable.
Shame
My HD - 497 (I think they are) can virtually be rebuilt from spares, except for the earpieces themselves http://headphonespares.sennheiser.co.uk/hifi-tv-headphones/hd-497
Yeah. I refuse to buy headphones without a detachable cable.
Still £18 - bloody good deal
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mrew42
rev6
mrew42
rev6
mrew42
MackemAB
Great headphones, they usually last me about 2 years before the wiring goes after pretty much daily use and abuse.
Can't you buy new wires?
I've had a pair of something similar for over 20 years and bought new cables about 5 years ago (and ear cushions which had perished)
The wire isn't detachable.
Shame
My HD - 497 (I think they are) can virtually be rebuilt from spares, except for the earpieces themselves http://headphonespares.sennheiser.co.uk/hifi-tv-headphones/hd-497
Yeah. I refuse to buy headphones without a detachable cable.
Still £18 - bloody good deal

At this price I guess you could let that slide :)
#17
Good Headphones but uncomfortable after an 1hr...sweaty ear job
#18
I bought these for around the same price about 6 years ago and they really impressed me with the sound quality, considering the price of them. However, after about a year, the left ear cup went silent even though the cabling was in perfect condition and I had always done my best to look after them. For headphones on the go, I'm only ever going to go for bluetooth ones from now on, or stick to wired headphones primarily for DJ'ing.

But for the price, these are definitely worth a shot. :)
#19
I have these and sometimes use an extender to make the cable longer. Lol oO
1 Like #20
GamerBaz
I bought these for around the same price about 6 years ago and they really impressed me with the sound quality, considering the price of them. However, after about a year, the left ear cup went silent even though the cabling was in perfect condition and I had always done my best to look after them. For headphones on the go, I'm only ever going to go for bluetooth ones from now on, or stick to wired headphones primarily for DJ'ing.
But for the price, these are definitely worth a shot. :)
Exactly the same happened to me, and it was covered under warranty so I got a replacement free of charge (except the cost of posting my old pair to them). Lots of people seem to be unaware of the 2-year warranty on these.

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