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Written on: 08/05/2012 by NeilTheDeal (1 review written)
These headphones are really very good headphones. I had an entry level set of HD 205's for a couple of years which I was really impressed with for the money, unfortunately the lead broke (my fault) and was looking to replace them. Decided to part with a little bit more cash for these bad boys, and seriously for £75 they have the sound of a £300 pair of headphones..... Very impressed, and really good that the lead on these is detachable and replaceable, 2 year warranty, far more comfortable… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/06/2011 by daviesholden (1 review written)
Trust me, it's brilliant item . I lost my first one at the airport and tried my best to find the second one which have to be exactly this one. It was so lucky for me, I found another spare and last one from Singapore and I would never ever loose it again. The sound is perfect even for my ipod, cellphone and of course my lap too. The bass is very clean and make me wanna to dance and jump like a crazy dude every time I use it. Also, people around you 100% can not find any problem with the… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/12/2010
These headphones were given to me as present, I didn't expect much of them, I only wanted something rugged after my last pair broke. They have been a very good surprise, I've yet to find a song that doesn't sound amazing, from techno to drum & bass to rock to classical, you will think the music being played in front of you.
Overall, a very good set of headphones, should be priced much higher… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/12/2010
sennhieser HD215 - had this beast just yesterday as a christmas present from my wife, to be honest its absolutely fantastic and worth to buy. very comfortable and the overall sounds is amazing. if ever ill lost it, ill buy it again… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/11/2010
The best headphones I have ever heard. At first I did not want to spend so much money on a headphone. Lucky the shop where I bought it from had a test model. And after the first song I was hooked.
There is no better headphone out there for at least twice the price. I was really shocked to know that sound could sound so good. It has excellent lows. Crisp highs and perfect mids. The only problem I had with it is that setting a EQ is only setting the perfect balance of sound that the HD 215… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/01/2010
I bought these about 2 years ago when they first came out. I had a big gig and my current pair broke in transit so I had to rush out to Dixons to buy these bad boys as a temporary measure. I've never looked back since! They are without doubt the BEST headphones Ive ever used. I got a set of Sonys XB300s and they didnt come close to these. (I am tempted next to try the Sony XB700 soon though)
Search online for best price.. just be aware of Cheap eBay copies circulating… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/12/2009
I always wanted to buy a budget headphones. i had behringer, numark, stanton and sennheiser in my mind. after reading many reviews, i decided to go for sennheiser HD 215 headphones. i've been using it for a week now. decent low, mid response and very comfortable. i recommend this for a small gig and gaming… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/05/2009
Too comfortable headphones ;-) Sennheiser HD 215 sound has low-quality when listening to music at TOO HIGH volume levels... One of the best headphones in this price!… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/01/2009
Sennheiser HD 215 - I was reading technical specs - frequency response starts from 12 Hz, in reality there's *less* bass than my old HD 457 with their 25 Hz starting range... I am so disappointed because HD 215 are kind of expensive and they are no way even close with basses as I expected they would be.
I don't even know how they write 12 Hz because all I hear is a bunch of 10 000+ Hz treble and no single bass. I keep using my scotch taped HD 457 right now...
Creative Audigy 2 sound card in… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/12/2008
Excellent fit, really good sound, well recommend the Sennheiser HD 215 headset. I was looking for some general headphones for gaming and found these, excellent! I have experienced no bad points about these headphones… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/12/2007
Well engineered Sennheiser and snug fit. Excellent for those who don't want other people to hear what you are listening to… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/12/2007 by Happy Camper (1 review written)
These headphones are described as "DJ headphones" and that describes their sounds perfectly. There is a lot of "smile" (the bass and treble are boosted) which sounds great when listening to electronic but it's not so great for other more subtle genres of music. Luckily this is easy to remedy with a bit of EQ. I personally like to boost the very deep bass (20-70hz) and the mid range between 500 and 4000 hz to give a more neutral but still impressive sounding track,I can recommend these to anyone… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/09/2006 by cleroux (1 review written)
Basically, if you wanted a better pair of headphones, you'd be paying a lot more, maybe twice or three times as much as you would pay for the Sennheiser HD215 headphones.
Good quality, great sound, durable, good design but could be somewhat more comfortable. I find the left side pulls down a bit because of the cord, but that's about it. I bought these for a price/performance pair of cans to use with my digital drum kit, critical listening and leisure listening. They handle everything as I need… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/11/2005 by Lew DJ (1 review written)
You know when Jeremy Clarkson goes on about the Porsche Boxter? Basically, why buys one when you can have a 911?
Well the Sennheiser HD 215 headphones are in the same category. It's a case of German engineers 'detuning' something mind-numbingly good to fit into the 'mid-range' of the market.
I've been using them for a few weeks, and I have to say that they are excellent. I've had some Sennheiser headphones before just as back-ups for practice; they were the cheapie HD202's which have survived… Read Full Review