Sennheiser HD 407 dynamic hi-fi stereo earphones £10.99 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Key Features:
Open, supra-aural, dynamic hi-fi stereo earphones
Ideal both for mobile audio sources such as MP3, MiniDisc & CD players and home mini hi-fi systems
Specially designed damping perforation ensures rich, crisp bass response
Lightweight diaphragm material with "turbine" embossing for extremely low bass
Powerful neodymium magnets
High levels and powerful bass for modern rhythm-driven music
Clips to the belt: cord take-up for adjusting the cable length when listening on the move
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 ear pads made from soft fabric material
2-year guarantee
Technical Data:
Frequency response: 21-18,000 Hz (-3 dB/1 kHz)
Transducer principle: dynamic, open
Nominal impedance: 32 ohms
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz: 115 dB
THD: < 0.5 %
Ear coupling: supra-aural
Weight (without cable): approx. 130 g
Connector: 3.5/6.3 mm stereo mini jack plug with adaptor to 1/4" (6.3 mm) stereo jack plug, OFC copper cable
Connection cable: 1.4 m
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#1
Good headphones - Great price.
#2
Good price, everywere has terrible reviews of these though.
#3
everywere has terrible reviews of these though
.

These have terrible reviews, yet read this post below, the guy quotes:

(these actually sound as good as a pair of Bose I had that cost nearly a hundred squid!)

http://i52.tinypic.com/2dqneyf.jpg
#4
Ascot
everywere has terrible reviews of these though
.

These have terrible reviews, yet read this post below, the guy quotes:

(these actually sound as good as a pair of Bose I had that cost nearly a hundred squid!)

http://i52.tinypic.com/2dqneyf.jpg


Yeah I read that review and it said sponsored by Sennheiser at the bottom of it lol
#5
how much would i expect to pay for actual good heaphones, im using entry level ones atm?
#6
A good set of Grado ......upwards on £900 possibly
#7
#8
Yeah, entry level.
#9
Use these myself, bought them at £12.99 sounds fine. Only complaint maybe not THAT loud. Sound quality fine, as you would expect from Sennheiser
#10
can anybody compare these to the HD202's?
#11
You'd probably be better off buying a pair of Hd201's for a couple of quid extra

Good price for these though if you decide to go for these.
#12
PhilK
Use these myself, bought them at £12.99 sounds fine. Only complaint maybe not THAT loud. Sound quality fine, as you would expect from Sennheiser

What you got them plugged into? A lack of volume is probably down to your mp3 player underpowering them. Plug them into a hifi or computer and you should hear a difference in volume levels
#13
grado sr80's ~ £90 is what you want for mid end headphones.
#14
Thought about these then got the Sennheiser HD 201s for £12.99 because of good reviews, which I'm pretty impressed with especially the bass. These 407s are probably more comfortable being open backed and are certainly cheap, but I'd still go with the well liked 201's.
#15
nebno6
how much would i expect to pay for actual good heaphones, im using entry level ones atm?

If you can get to Thurrock you can pick up a Denon AH-D1001 for under £60 at Best Buy. Good all rounder. Prolly need to be more specific about your requirements for more tailored suggestions.

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