The HD 600 is an audiophile-grade open dynamic hi-fi/professional stereo headphone. The advanced diaphragm design eliminates standing waves resulting in a clean sound free of artifacts and acoustical disturbances. The HD 600 is a fantastic addition to a hi-fi stack or dedicated listening room, and is a favorite among mastering engineers worldwide.
High-quality open metal mesh grilles deliver extremely transparent sound
Computer optimized magnet systems minimize harmonic and intermodulation distortion
Extremely lightweight aluminum voice coils ensure excellent transient response
Neodymium ferrous magnet systems ensure optimum sensitivity and an excellent dynamic response
Exceptionally natural, spatial and accurate sound
Detachable, OFC copper cable
Built-tough with a 2 YEAR warranty
...Ebay UK so they do come up for a bit under £200. The bass is very forward/present. I prefer HD600s but poeple must realise that different people are suited to different cans. I prefer them to my AKG k720s. I use headphones a lot in my studio for mixing and I don't mind tracking...
...really are good and possibly more even out of the box than any other headphone I own. Comparing to the HD600 (which I also have), these are just ridiculously smoother and more full sounding, as the HD600 almost sounds like it has a high pass filter on them. The HD600s also take eq...
...your list) from online reviews but then you must audition them or be able to return the product. I've tried HD600 and HD800, they are really good headphones, but not the ones I'm looking for and I discovered that I don't like the so much hyped far sound stage of HD800.
I purchased the Sennheiser HD 600 headphones in 2002 when I was studying audio production at university. The lecturer requested that each student purchase a pair of high-quality headphones and recommended the Sennheiser HD 265 to suit the typical college student’s budget. Since I was what they...
I found out about the HD600s when my mastering engineer handed them to me at the end of a long day of mastering. What I heard in the cans sounded like what was in the room.
Then I bought a pair and it lives with my at my mix console.
And they are not for sale.
Sennheiser HD-600 Headphones:
For the electronic musician........Well, after trying something shy of 20 pairs, from beyer dynamic to Danon to Audio technica to grado to sony etc.... and obsessively a/bing them all and countless returns to my local music /audio store, I found the sennheiser...