|Release Date in Philippines|
|Ports & interfaces|
|Headphone frequency||14 - 20000 Hz|
|Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)||0.5%|
|Cable length||3 m|
Reviewed on 2011-03-15
The Sennheiser HD 205 II DJ Headphones are comfortable to wear, even for long-term use, and their bass is exceptional for budget headphones. Noise leakage is minimal, and they shield ambient noise very effectively. The price is affordable, and a protectiv...
Midrange response is weak. The hard plastic design creaks after moderate use and the headset doesn't fold for storage. The attached single-sided cable may be too long for portable use, and there is no way of replacing the cable
Sennheiser is usually associated with words such as "elite" and "expensive," but you can now add "budget-conscious" to that list as well. The Sennheiser HD 205 II DJ Headphones ($80 list price, $49 to $59 online) are part of the company's HD 200 series bu...Read more >
Reviewed on 2010-10-12
The Sennheiser HD 205II headphones are an affordable solution to generic headphones or ear buds that come standard with most portable devices such as iPods, Sennheiser HD 205IIs are designed to be used by DJs and recording artists; however they're quite enjoyable for everyday listening and are robust enough in their build quality to withstand a lot of daytoday, real world punishment, The Senn...
The Sennheiser HD 205IIs aren't as forgiving as some budget cans and can sound downright awful with poorly recorded music and/or lower resolution downloads like those found on iTunes, In a world where headphones have become their own fashion accessory, the Sennheiser HD 205II aren't going to win any real style points, for their black and grey ensemble is vanilla in today's "look at me" Skull C...
Headphones may represent the new frontier of high-end audio among today's iPod/iPhone generation. Where Baby Boomers have stereotypically been more grounded or "nested" in their living situations for the past few decades - a larger demographic, Generat...Read more >