Sennheiser HD415 £14.25 @ MyMemory
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Sennheiser HD415 £14.25 @ MyMemory

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Found 12th Mar 2010Made hot 12th Mar 2010
Not sure if it's a good deal or not but got an email. Extra 5% off. Not a lot but better than nothing.

Details
- Medium-sized dynamic, supra-aural headphones
- For compact systems or mobile players (32ohm)
- Powerful stereo sound
- High-performance bass response
- Excellent wearing comfort
- Cable winder included for adjustable cable length
- Single-sided cable
- 3.5 mm jack plug and ¼" (6.3 mm) screw-on jack adapter, gold-plated

Specification
- Nominal impedance 32 Ohm
- Jack plug 3,5/6,3 mm stereo
- Transducer principle dynamic, open
- Ear coupling supraaural
- Cable length 3 m
- Weight w/o cable 160 g
- Frequency response (headphones) 18.....19000 Hz
- Sound pressure level (SPL) 110 dB(SPL)
- THD, total harmonic distortion
Warranty
2 Years
Hopefully better than my poundland ones

36 Comments

'Not sure if it's a good deal or not' is hardly a good way of selling the deal !

Original Poster

i know but first post not really sure what to say!

Hot deal, seems to be a lot cheaper then elsewhere! and give the guy a break it is his first post!

"This is the best deal there is for this and I've checked every shop and website so I know" beats yours!

It's a nice deal don't be put off

Lakeside;8088714

"This is the best deal there is for this and I've checked every shop and … "This is the best deal there is for this and I've checked every shop and website so I know" beats yours!It's a nice deal don't be put off



Oh yeah -78 LOL!

Dan-Fish;8088592

i know but first post not really sure what to say!



don`t worry we`ll help you on xbay cheapest for 25 quids :thumbsup:

Av some heat.

heat em up baby........:thumbsup:

Nice find Thanks

Good deal, voted hot

6% cashback at Quidco aswell

fawcett;8091407

i ahve never had anythign as good as Sennheiser.they are a must buy. … i ahve never had anythign as good as Sennheiser.they are a must buy. really these are amazing



You should consider purchasing a pair of Goldring DR150's. :thumbsup:

Read a few reviews and what i can find is the balance of Highs to Lows are great and the quality overal is fantastic, but one down point they are uncomfy after long time using them

had some for months, best hp for the money there is.

toad

Great pair of headphones, I have had a pair for ages. Used them for long periods playing games and paid considerably more

What is the bass like on these ?

I have these, VERY awesome. HOT!

Remember these are open-back headphones. that means there is little isolation - they leak your music out, and let external noise in. Basically these are only really good for using in a quiet environment (e.g. at home).

ToOn7;8091624

You should consider purchasing a pair of Goldring DR150's. :thumbsup:



and you can get them for ~£15?

There's always going to be better headphones for more money. If you really want to know what's good or not there are loads of specialist sites that will give detailed reviews.

I usually wait for something to go on sale. Like my Sennheiser CX500's which I got from play for £15.99 a while a go. and Philips SBCHP460 which i got for 13.99 last week.

The headphones in this deal look pretty decent for the price though. A lot of headsets around the £15 mark usually produce some good quality audio.

Although you can get pretty good audio without paying much. Do not buy unbranded stuff from places like poundland/bargain shops. They are usually very badly made. Not worth the money or the effort.


Another good all rounder for even Cheaper are these play.com/Ele…tml I had these for quite a while until i stood on them. Comfortable and great sound. They used them at a gaming competition I took part in.

Our company bought 20 of these just over a year ago for analysts to use for call listening. 50% of them have developed a fault where they only work in 1 ear. However they are used for 7-8 hours every day so I am sure a years use for team is less than a lifetime for anyone else.

One thing to note. If you are using them for PC's then they dont really go loud enough for our use. (Or at least not on our HP's). This could pose a problem for low powered devices such as ipods etc as there are no inbuilt volume controls either.

I've had these for about 3 years now and I haven't a bad word to say about them. They go plenty loud enough when using them with my PC, and find them to have great bass levels. They're also pretty durable as well, as I've given them quite a battering and they still work perfectly!

sounds like a FISH of a deal!

timittytim;8092167

and you can get them for ~£15?There's always going to be better … and you can get them for ~£15?There's always going to be better headphones for more money. If you really want to know what's good or not there are loads of specialist sites that will give detailed reviews.I usually wait for something to go on sale. Like my Sennheiser CX500's which I got from play for £15.99 a while a go. and Philips SBCHP460 which i got for 13.99 last week.The headphones in this deal look pretty decent for the price though. A lot of headsets around the £15 mark usually produce some good quality audio. Although you can get pretty good audio without paying much. Do not buy unbranded stuff from places like poundland/bargain shops. They are usually very badly made. Not worth the money or the effort.Another good all rounder for even Cheaper are these http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/3385743/Sennheiser-HD-201-Headphones/Product.html I had these for quite a while until i stood on them. Comfortable and great sound. They used them at a gaming competition I took part in.



I was replying to a member who said, he's never had anything better than "Sennheiser's". never said you could get the goldring's for 15quid.

besides, why would anyone want to spend 15quid on a poor quality pair of cans? Just dig a bit deeper, cause once you put on a good pair, you'll wonder why you ever bothered with cheap ones.

ToOn7;8096867

I was replying to a member who said, he's never had anything better than … I was replying to a member who said, he's never had anything better than "Sennheiser's". never said you could get the goldring's for 15quid. besides, why would anyone want to spend 15quid on a poor quality pair of cans? Just dig a bit deeper, cause once you put on a good pair, you'll wonder why you ever bothered with cheap ones.



Mate £15 bargain their £25 cheaper than the cheapest Goldrings and i've heard both and i dont think there worth the extra £25 by anyones standard.

i've heard these headphones have leaking issues

Original Poster

I've heard that only happens if you listen to it on really high volume. Otherwise it shouldn't be much of a problem. But like most things they don't last forever

that's quite a bummer.... i think people would prefer to hear them in a high volume.

Original Poster

I personally can't stand music at a high volume

well i'm not sure about you but i think most people would want to listen to it on high volume.

Original Poster

well then maybe you should go for something like the PX100's or PortaPro's

well i am on a somewhat budget

Original Poster

they're about £18

well it isn't a massive price difference

Any advice on choosing this comapred to the 437 model? For use on trains mostly and at moderate volume. Any advice appreciated!

rag1973;8099783

Any advice on choosing this comapred to the 437 model? For use on trains … Any advice on choosing this comapred to the 437 model? For use on trains mostly and at moderate volume. Any advice appreciated!



Leaking seems to be an issue, so out of respect for your fellow passengers I'd pass on them.

charles w;8099880

Leaking seems to be an issue, so out of respect for your fellow … Leaking seems to be an issue, so out of respect for your fellow passengers I'd pass on them.



Thanks!
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