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Sennheiser HD 201 Headphones (HD201)

Released on 27 October 2010

Manufacturer: Sennheiser

4.0 out of 5 (49 customer reviews) | Write a review

New from £24.22

The ideal entry into the world of powerful stereo sound. The HD201 headphones have good attenuation of ambient noise with outstanding wearing comfort at an affordable price.
  • Key Features:
  • Stereo earphones
  • Jack plug: 3,5/6,3 mm stereo
  • Nominal impedance: 24
  • Weight w/o: cable cable 165 g
  • Transducer principle: Dynamic, closed
  • Ear coupling: Circum-aural
  • Cable length: 3 m
  • Frequency response (headphones): 21.....18000 Hz
  • Sound pressure level (SPL) 108 dB(SPL)
  • THD: <0,7 %

customer Reviews

 Average rating (49 reviews)

 Outstanding quality - and not just for the price

| | See all LoudSavlon's reviews (6)

Cheap as chips and fantastic sound and durability. After two years of smashing, pushing, squeezing, slamming and generally mistreating these headphones they are still working perfectly with all wires in the right place.

Perfect balance of tone, too.

Amazing. Even more amazing at this price.

 absolutely brilliant

| | See all MrFishcake's reviews (6)

I actually cannot believe I got these headphones for 12.99, there absolutely top sound quality, easily the best ive heard, everything is at perfect hearing levels and is amazing quality, the bass is unbelievably crisp, deep and great quality, they make songs sound so much better.
i cant believe I payed about 70 pounds for a pair of skull-candy headphones which compared to these have appalling sound quality skull candy is all about the look and not about the sound so don't buy them, sennheiser is the best value and quality for money. the sound quality is literary as good as some headphones you pay over 100 pounds for,
they headphones are also surprisingly very comfortable, which i didn't expect as they have budget build quality, so obviously if your wanting a durable pair of headphones it would be better to go for one of the more expensive models, but if your only using them for home use and look after them they should be fine, I really advise getting these headphones

p.s. if your into music such as Dubstep, Dnb, dance or any of that sort of music that has heavy bass, these are perfect, I tried many bass tests and every single one run clear and crisp quality. I am so happy with this purchase

 Stunning value headphones

| | See all SAMnHAN's reviews (7)

Having found a pair of these under the Christmas tree I was very pleasantly surprised at the fantastic quality of these headphones - they are really light and comfortable with soft ears and a head cushion. The ears bend forward and back and are really comfortable all around. I have tried them out on my Ipod with stunning results, and just tried them hooked up to my home cinema. There is a nice gold plated adapter from 3.5mm to stereo size and the lead is long enough to run from the AV receiver to the sofa so no more keeping everybody up with the massive sub...!

All around, I would say go for it - you won't be disappointed - low cost but fantastic earphones. 10/10.

 Best buy on this site

| | See all kamrouf's reviews (2)

evry headphone i got prior to this would either break, or the wires would come loose and the sound would stop with movement, ive had these for a month now and i use em for evything, plug it in my laptp to watch movies, plug it in my ipod to listen to music when im in the gym, its great and its so comfy, they almost seem as new as when i first got em as ive thrown them around in bags etc, for this price you wont go wrong and i wont be suprised if they put the price up on this.....its well worth it.

 Pretty good but there is room for improvement

| | See all EternalEmpire's reviews (6)

Good sound quality
Long, durable cable
Lightweight and small

Somewhat unimpressive bass
Not a tight fit on your head (fall off easily)
Poor durability if used at high volumes (I've had these headphones since about half way through June this year [2009] and the headphones [internally] are beginning to wear out already [16th July 2009], I can hear a rattling noise in the right headphone if I shake them).

If I was given the choice between these and the Sony MDR-XD200's It'd be a tough choice but I think I'd pick the Sony's due to the better sound quality.

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