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whathifi.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-25
Detailed, Balanced, Light, Tough, Budget priceNeeds greater dynamism
There are a lot of things you can buy for £17 – four boxes of 20 Chicken McNuggets with BBQ sauce, for example, or a standard Blu-ray disc on release day. Or, indeed, the Sennheiser HD 201 headphones. These budget Sennheiser headphones are neither new no...
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digitalmediaandit.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-12
The sound from these headphones belies its pricetag. They seem to have a fairly linear response which provides a clear and ‘relaxed' sound. Compared to my expensive Denon headphone these can actually be more relaxed to listen to as the Denon's have more p...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2011-04-07
The Sennheiser HD 201 headphones are very comfortable to wear, and the tough construction will last over long-term use. Noise leakage is at a minimum, and the overall sound is balanced as well.The HD 201 headphones' cable may be too long for portable use, and the set doesn't come with a protective pouch for storage. Natural bass is lacking, and the maximum volume output is lower than most aftermarket headphones in its category.
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2011-04-07
The Sennheiser HD 201 headphones are very comfortable to wear, and the tough construction will last over longterm use. Noise leakage is at a minimum, and the overall sound is balanced as well.The HD 201 headphones' cable may be too long for portable use, and the set doesn't come with a protective pouch for storage. Natural bass is lacking, and the maximum volume output is lower than most aftermarket headphones in its category
The $30 Sennheiser HD 201 headphones are a great value aimed at the infrequent user who's simply looking to upgrade from poor-quality stock earphones without spending a ton. The HD 201s are far from audiophile quality and lack the low-end oomph of pricier...
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digitalversus.com
Reviewed on 2010-03-24
Pluses, Light and comfortable to wear, Stylish deisn and good finishMinuses, Spectrum is uneven and treble takes over, Earpads quickly become warm
How mobile is the HD 201? These are headphones to use indoors, and there's no doubt about it. But if you look around you next time you're on the bus, you'll notice that more and more people listen to their MP3 player using big headphones instead of li...
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techtree.com
Reviewed on 2008-11-20
Excellent for gaming, Excellent soundstage performance, Comfortable, 3m long cable.Weak bass and overall mid-range reproduction, Lots of audio leakage, Cant be driven well by many MP3 players.
Music lovers are not the only consumers of headphones; gamers are another category of consumers for whom headphones with special attributes are manufactured. We have reviewed a few such headphones in the past and this time we have something from Sennhe...
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ld2.ciol.com
Reviewed on 2008-09-03
Good build qulaityWeak bass
There aren't many manufacturers who make good gaming headsets but Sennheiser is coming up with some good options, breaking away from its more serious, only-for-audio-professionals image. The HD201 is an elegant looking headset with a closed circu...
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onheadphones.com
Reviewed on 2007-11-19
The Sennheiser HD201’s are extremely comfy. Instead of sitting on top of your ears, the leatherette cushions muffle them, offering a sense of noise isolation, snugness and comfort.The Sennheiser HD201’s lack sensitivity as well as bass. Although the volume on an audio device may be turned up, the same intensity and degree of volume will not be reflected in the headphones. Also, the bass is a little thin and lackluster. Also, for some reason these headphones like the letter “s.” Expect elongated hissing (‘ssssss’) sounds....
The Sennheiser HD201 is truly your common, no-frills, run-of-the-mill headphones. Nothing about the Sennheiser HD201 is extraordinary.The Sennheiser HD201 is ideal for DJs and other consumers who need closed headphones. Not only does the Sennheiser HD2...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2006-12-28
Sennheisers HD 201 is a full-size headphone, which means it uses a thick headband and large earpieces. The headband itself is made of rigid plastic with a thin "pleather" pad at the top for comfort for the crown of your head. Each earpiece is circuma...
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dvhardware.net
Reviewed on 2006-07-01
Two weeks ago my good old earphones stopped working and I started looking for a new pair on the Internet. After doing some more research I decided not to go for another pair of earphones but for headphones, as I would mainly use them at home. I saw som...
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hardwaregeeks.com
Reviewed on 2006-06-16
Normally we wouldnt review two pieces of hardware, software, headphones, or two of anything at the same time in one review unless the two products directly impact how the other works, or if we were doing a comparison. But since the HD 201 and the HD ...
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theregister.co.uk
Reviewed on 2006-01-26
Now that German's Beyerdynamic has returned to studio-level audio equipment, it's let Sennheiser carpet the portables market with the kind of spread that Beyer boasted in the 1990s. At the same time, Sennheiser has updating the looks and prices of its ...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2006-01-22
The sound quality, the comfort, 3m cable lets you move around a roomdds bass but source needs own amplification; 3m cable and no take-up makes this a set for the home (competing with existing higher models)
For £17 on the street theyre excellent for home listening, while the existing HD202s do the same job on the move for £3 less
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Ports & interfaces

Connectivity technology

Wired

Device interface

3.5 mm (1/8")

Cable length

3 m

Weight & dimensions

Weight

165 g

Headphones

Ear coupling

Circumaural

Wearing style

Head-band

Headphone frequency

21 - 18000 Hz

Headphone sensitivity

108 dB

Impedance

24 Ω

Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)

0.7%

Driver type

Dynamic

Acoustic system

Closed

Design

Colour of product

Black, Silver

Volume control
On/off switch