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|Features:||Noise Isolation, Noise Cancellation, Closed Back||Type:||Headphones|
|Manufacturer Color:||Black||Connector(s):||3.5mm (1/8in.)|
|Earpiece Design:||Ear-Cup (Over the Ear)||Connectivity:||Wired|
|Made for the work environment, Sennheiser HD 280 PRO headband headphones are rugged and durable. They feature user replaceable parts, a coiled cable, and collapsible rotating ear cups to help save space. You'll also enjoy the wide 8 Hz to 25 kHz frequency range when working in the studio. The padded leather-wrapped ear cups provide up to 32 dB of ambient noise attenuation. The padding and a padded headband means these are comfortable to wear for hours at a time. A 64 ohms impedance rating means they are universally compatible. The cable connects to a 3.5 mm audio jack, but comes with a 0.25-inch screw-type adapter for other equipment. Use it to listen to tunes on your tablet or work on your music.|
|Model||HD 280 PRO|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||114518517|
|Product Key Features|
|Features||Noise Isolation, Noise Cancellation, Closed Back|
|Earpiece Design||Ear-Cup (Over the Ear)|
|Additional Product Features|
|Suited for||Consumer Headphones, Studio/Live Monitoring Headphones|
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Good sound quality
I'm not a pro audiophile but my ears don't lie. I tried these against a pair of similarly priced Beats and these were far better. The Beats are overpriced for what you get and these Sennheiser headphones are proof. I think most people buy the Beats for the name, to make people think they're hip and cool, because if they'd just compare other headphones at the same price point like they'd hear the difference. I like mine so much I bought both of my daughters each a set of these for Christmas. They wanted Beats but I told them I'm not going to pay a higher price for an inferior product just because they come in different colors. For me, what you hear and how much you pay is far more important than the brand name and what color it is! Performance is king when it comes to headphones, not cool or hip factor.......
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: downtownphoto
Earpads are cheap!!!!
I bought these and forgot how easily the earpads desinigrate I just bought a new pair for my other 280 pro's, but other than that they are good headphones. Oh yea and I could have bought a new pair seeing that I spent $50 For the headphones and now 30 for some good earpads lol!!!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: ang.san-3
Sennheiser HD 280 Professional Headphones
I love these headphones! I decided to purchase these after a referral from a friend of mine. I must say the sound quality is great! They leave you able to hear things you never could hear before in your music or mixing. Pretty clean and tight on the bass response also. Must be careful with these though, you can feel and hear the suction once you put these on, which means you won't hear your girlfriend say anything unless you are a great lip reader. The size of these are great considering they fit on my big head with no problem. The only problem I have with them is the coiled cord (just never preffered that style). Other than that for the sound quality you get out of these the price is just right. If you are looking to get serious about your recording or dj skills, here is an excellent selection to get you started.
HD 280 PRO are very good professional hphones
I bought these headphones to use for home recording and sound engineering. These are the very first professional headphones I got my hands on. They are truly amazing when compared with ordinary (and even expensive) headphones. They have extraordinary lows and bass reproduction and what really blew me off the mids and highs reproduction (ordinary products have either of them but not both or at least not at high quality). they are very good and essential for recording monitoring and singing / playing an instrument. they seem very sturdy and are a little bit heavy but can be compact packaged for transportation and the chord, ear pads or headband cover can be replaced if they wear off. I had no other professional headphones to compare to but I think they best in the price range. What I not necessarily didn't like but I say could've been better is the system which allows you to listen with one year and use the other one free for environment and own voice when singing for example, it kind of hurts your temple or ear only for a few minutes, however you can move the earpad off the ear and still use it that way. They are not fully closed altough they are listed such (that is to not hear the outside environment when having them on your ears) I'd say they are semi-closed; with difficulty you can still hear outside noise but very hard and low noise. I didn't find this to be an inconvenience though. I haven't used them very much but my first and subsequent impressions of them was ranging from Good to WOW! and gradually I started using them for watching movies or listening to music too. That I guess means I like them. To conclude they best any ordinary dynamic or not earphones, closed/open headphones or headsets I've seen (and I owned and seen a lot), they seem to be Good but not Excellent compared to other sound MONITORING gear (from what I hear and read) but taken into account the price factor they come in close to Excellent. A sound engineer must have.
There is no better professional headphone for $100, period.
I have owned the HD 280 PRO headphone for about 4-5 years, using it professionally in studio and live sound applications. I'm a big fan of Sennheiser headphones. A lot of thought goes into their design and choice of materials, starting with the cord - with just the right amount of straight section to stay out of your way, then coiled which is the only way to go, preventing ridiculous circumstances like throwing much more expensive pieces of gear to the ground. The best thing about Sennheiser phones though, with this model certainly included, is the sound. No annoying high-frequency hype like Sony, just even and extended response. Very good isolation which helps response throughout the range, but particularly in the low end, where they are also not hyped at all. They relate very well to proper professional speakers which is essential to me. I have used them to mix live sound reinforcement when the front of house placement is less than ideal and routinely experience that wonderful feeling when I take them off that my mix in the speakers is both familiar and improved. I now have five 280 PRO and five 380 PRO, all new, and after using them in several recording sessions, have an interesting observation about the difference. I have not listened to the 380's yet but like their additional features of disconnecting cord, extra folding capability and most of all the wonderful case they come with. Several of the musicians in my sessions have remarked that the isolation is less with the 380 than with the 280 simply because they have a lower clamping force on the head. So the 280s find their way to the drummers, percussionists in a group setting. For overdubs, no preference has been expressed and I suspect they sound very similar.