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Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)

Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)

Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
Sennheiser HD280PRO Headphone (new model)
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Features

  • Dynamic, closed ear headphones.Weight w/o cable: 285 gram Ear coupling is circumaural
  • Lightweight and comfortable, ergonomic design, Cord Length 3.3 9.8 feet Coiled
  • Extended frequency response and warm, natural sound reproduction. Nominal impedance 64 ohm. Sound pressure level (SPL) 113 dB
  • Around the ear design with padded ear cups Dynamic, closed ear headphones with up to 32 dB attenuation of outside sound. Frequency response (Headphones) 8 25000 Hz
  • Ear pads, headband padding, and audio cord are easily replaceable, ensuring long life

Description

The HD 280 PRO is a pair of closed, dynamic stereo headphones that deliver accurate, linear sound reproduction with ambient noise attenuation for critical monitoring applications. Optimum impedance ensures universal compatibility, from home listening to studio monitoring. The space saving design features collapsible, rotating ear cups that are very comfortable to wear, even if used for long periods of time. The ear pads of the HD 280 PRO are made of a synthetic leatherette.


Item Weight 10.1 ounces


Product Dimensions 9.64 x 7.36 x 3.3 inches


ASIN B00IT0IHOY


Item model number HD280PRO


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 5,027 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #60 in Over-Ear Headphones


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available September 13, 2013


Color Name Black


Size 0


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Features

  • Dynamic, closed ear headphones.Weight w/o cable: 285 gram Ear coupling is circumaural
  • Lightweight and comfortable, ergonomic design, Cord Length 3.3 9.8 feet Coiled
  • Extended frequency response and warm, natural sound reproduction. Nominal impedance 64 ohm. Sound pressure level (SPL) 113 dB
  • Around the ear design with padded ear cups Dynamic, closed ear headphones with up to 32 dB attenuation of outside sound. Frequency response (Headphones) 8 25000 Hz
  • Ear pads, headband padding, and audio cord are easily replaceable, ensuring long life

Description

The HD 280 PRO is a pair of closed, dynamic stereo headphones that deliver accurate, linear sound reproduction with ambient noise attenuation for critical monitoring applications. Optimum impedance ensures universal compatibility, from home listening to studio monitoring. The space saving design features collapsible, rotating ear cups that are very comfortable to wear, even if used for long periods of time. The ear pads of the HD 280 PRO are made of a synthetic leatherette.


Item Weight 10.1 ounces


Product Dimensions 9.64 x 7.36 x 3.3 inches


ASIN B00IT0IHOY


Item model number HD280PRO


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 5,027 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #60 in Over-Ear Headphones


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available September 13, 2013


Color Name Black


Size 0


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Dynamic, closed ear headphones.Weight w/o cable: 285 gram Ear coupling is circumaural
  • Lightweight and comfortable, ergonomic design, Cord Length 3.3 9.8 feet Coiled
  • Extended frequency response and warm, natural sound reproduction. Nominal impedance 64 ohm. Sound pressure level (SPL) 113 dB
  • Around the ear design with padded ear cups Dynamic, closed ear headphones with up to 32 dB attenuation of outside sound. Frequency response (Headphones) 8 25000 Hz
  • Ear pads, headband padding, and audio cord are easily replaceable, ensuring long life

Description

The HD 280 PRO is a pair of closed, dynamic stereo headphones that deliver accurate, linear sound reproduction with ambient noise attenuation for critical monitoring applications. Optimum impedance ensures universal compatibility, from home listening to studio monitoring. The space saving design features collapsible, rotating ear cups that are very comfortable to wear, even if used for long periods of time. The ear pads of the HD 280 PRO are made of a synthetic leatherette.


Item Weight 10.1 ounces


Product Dimensions 9.64 x 7.36 x 3.3 inches


ASIN B00IT0IHOY


Item model number HD280PRO


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 5,027 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #60 in Over-Ear Headphones


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available September 13, 2013


Color Name Black


Size 0


abunda_amazon_reviews A negative experience with low-end Sennheiser's when I was young kept me from trying others, and even steered me toward open back phones (AKG, Grado). I use headphones while walking, listening to classical music only. In the last year or so, my area has got louder and louder: modified-exhaust motorcycles, cars, and pickups plus 24/7 noise from US75. Although I walk later and later to avoid the noise, that has proved a temporary solution. Despite the dangers (not hearing traffic at crosswalks), I decided to move to closed-back, noise-attentuating headphones to be able to hear music. These headphones claim "up to" 32db reduction in ambient noise level. That is as good or better than most ear muffs for shooting. I was skeptical, but I can affirm the claim, if you fit them properly (outer ear entirely inside the headphone cavity). Most would consider this headphone too heavy for walking, but the padding and the tightness of the fit make the headphone comfortable for my 2-hour walks. The extra cable (coiled) is a little annoying, but I shove it into my phone pocket. There is some feedback from the cable if it is rubbing on my coat or vest, but I have been able to adjust cable or coat to eliminate the feedback. The impedance is higher than low-end headphones, but volume level with a Nokia 6 is good at 70-80 percent setting on the Nokia. And, speaking of the sound, I leave the best for last. The sound is transparent, neutral, and engaging. The sound stage is more natural than the eGrado I used for 2 or 3 years. My mobile music is all 320 kbps MP3 but there is no noticeable loss in quality from the same music on CD played on my Onkyo and Tannoy sytem. Of course, the HD280 cannot match the realistic, open sound of Tannoy's on orchestra or opera, but it never sounds boxy and it even excels with chamber music and solo instruments. If you listen to acoustic instruments, I urge you to try the HD280PRO before spending more. There is one caveat: this headphone is somewhat warm. In cold weather, this is a blessing, letting me listen to music without freezing my ears. I have not tried it in summer.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 10, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Wonderful cold weather headphnes;;whoiskermit;;;***See my update at bottom.*** These are not designed for listening on the go. In the comfort of your home , they're great . I own expensive and cheap pairs. I'm a classical musician that listens to everything. These are good for home passive isolation. You don't need much volume to get lost in your world . Cons: The bass is hard to hear unless you EQ it, and volume is not very high. Also, very bulky and a long heavy coiled chord. I'll keep them for home use with a movie or the stereo when there is noise around. At least until I decide to spend $300 in the Bose Quiet Comfort 20. ( great isolation , but very poor sound and bass response from a $300 headset !) Pros: I record music at home, so a flat signal helps ( hence the Pro name). The sound improved after 3 days of leaving them on the stereo burning them in 24/7. They are great for classical music. Trebles are not harsh, so there is less fatigue after a couple of hours. The even signal is very enjoyable , and the isolation works great . I would enjoy a tiny more bass, but it is there, and the quality makes up for it. Very comfortable. Coiled cable works great to move around your work space, you can tell it's what they were designed for. I love how these sound ! Not muddy at all. These Senheisser HD Pro 280 are great for the price,and probably a neutral signal that works for recording, but you can explore other options, specially for portable listening , both in regards to comfort and getting a lively sound. I hope it helps. ***Update: in a week, these are giving me more bass and are comfortable for hours. I tuck the coiled cable on my side, using my belt, and walk around with them all day. Even on the bus I can hear details without playing music too loud. I don't hear ppl talking to me. Popular music like John Meyer or Dave Mathews Band, Cake, Pantera, pop, Jazz, sounds as good as piano music now. Orchestra and acoustic sound great also. I'm not using the other headphones anymore. Try them and burn them in for a week. Great value: sturdy , and great sound !;;Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2015;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Good passive isolation, Great sound. Love them.;;LauGA;;;These headphones are excellent. The sound quality is really good, and they are very comfortable. Also they do a decent job at blocking outside noise. The downsides are that the foam around the cups tends to come off after a while. Also, the plug and cable are very heavy and stiff (as far as plugs and cables go) and as a result this puts extra strain on whatever device they are plugged into. What I mean is the stiff cable frequently pulls the jack to the side when it's plugged in. You won't notice anything after a few uses. But if you use these in the same device for months you're likely to notice your headphone jack is wearing out where the internal pins get bent. You'll get sound from only one ear unless you rotate your plug and maybe press it in a certain direction, which just wears out the headphone jack even faster. Anyways, A simple solution I have for this is to use a cheap and short 3.5mm extension cable. Then the heavy headphone cables dangle farther away from the actual jack, and the extension cable can be selected to be light and not put strain on the jack. Also, On stationary computer speakers I find it's helpful to tape the extension cable to the desk, so that movements in the cable don't translate into movements in the jack.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;These headphones are excellent. The sound quality is really good;;Katlyn

Shipping

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By whoiskermit - Reviewed in the United States on November 10, 2017
Wonderful cold weather headphnes
A negative experience with low-end Sennheiser's when I was young kept me from trying others, and even steered me toward open back phones (AKG, Grado). I use headphones while walking, listening to classical music only. In the last year or so, my area has got louder and louder: modified-exhaust motorcycles, cars, and pickups plus 24/7 noise from US75. Although I walk later and later to avoid the noise, that has proved a temporary solution. Despite the dangers (not hearing traffic at crosswalks), I decided to move to closed-back, noise-attentuating headphones to be able to hear music. These headphones claim "up to" 32db reduction in ambient noise level. That is as good or better than most ear muffs for shooting. I was skeptical, but I can affirm the claim, if you fit them properly (outer ear entirely inside the headphone cavity). Most would consider this headphone too heavy for walking, but the padding and the tightness of the fit make the headphone comfortable for my 2-hour walks. The extra cable (coiled) is a little annoying, but I shove it into my phone pocket. There is some feedback from the cable if it is rubbing on my coat or vest, but I have been able to adjust cable or coat to eliminate the feedback. The impedance is higher than low-end headphones, but volume level with a Nokia 6 is good at 70-80 percent setting on the Nokia. And, speaking of the sound, I leave the best for last. The sound is transparent, neutral, and engaging. The sound stage is more natural than the eGrado I used for 2 or 3 years. My mobile music is all 320 kbps MP3 but there is no noticeable loss in quality from the same music on CD played on my Onkyo and Tannoy sytem. Of course, the HD280 cannot match the realistic, open sound of Tannoy's on orchestra or opera, but it never sounds boxy and it even excels with chamber music and solo instruments. If you listen to acoustic instruments, I urge you to try the HD280PRO before spending more. There is one caveat: this headphone is somewhat warm. In cold weather, this is a blessing, letting me listen to music without freezing my ears. I have not tried it in summer.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By LauGA - Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2015
Good passive isolation, Great sound. Love them.
***See my update at bottom.*** These are not designed for listening on the go. In the comfort of your home , they're great . I own expensive and cheap pairs. I'm a classical musician that listens to everything. These are good for home passive isolation. You don't need much volume to get lost in your world . Cons: The bass is hard to hear unless you EQ it, and volume is not very high. Also, very bulky and a long heavy coiled chord. I'll keep them for home use with a movie or the stereo when there is noise around. At least until I decide to spend $300 in the Bose Quiet Comfort 20. ( great isolation , but very poor sound and bass response from a $300 headset !) Pros: I record music at home, so a flat signal helps ( hence the Pro name). The sound improved after 3 days of leaving them on the stereo burning them in 24/7. They are great for classical music. Trebles are not harsh, so there is less fatigue after a couple of hours. The even signal is very enjoyable , and the isolation works great . I would enjoy a tiny more bass, but it is there, and the quality makes up for it. Very comfortable. Coiled cable works great to move around your work space, you can tell it's what they were designed for. I love how these sound ! Not muddy at all. These Senheisser HD Pro 280 are great for the price,and probably a neutral signal that works for recording, but you can explore other options, specially for portable listening , both in regards to comfort and getting a lively sound. I hope it helps. ***Update: in a week, these are giving me more bass and are comfortable for hours. I tuck the coiled cable on my side, using my belt, and walk around with them all day. Even on the bus I can hear details without playing music too loud. I don't hear ppl talking to me. Popular music like John Meyer or Dave Mathews Band, Cake, Pantera, pop, Jazz, sounds as good as piano music now. Orchestra and acoustic sound great also. I'm not using the other headphones anymore. Try them and burn them in for a week. Great value: sturdy , and great sound !

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Katlyn - Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2017
These headphones are excellent. The sound quality is really good
These headphones are excellent. The sound quality is really good, and they are very comfortable. Also they do a decent job at blocking outside noise. The downsides are that the foam around the cups tends to come off after a while. Also, the plug and cable are very heavy and stiff (as far as plugs and cables go) and as a result this puts extra strain on whatever device they are plugged into. What I mean is the stiff cable frequently pulls the jack to the side when it's plugged in. You won't notice anything after a few uses. But if you use these in the same device for months you're likely to notice your headphone jack is wearing out where the internal pins get bent. You'll get sound from only one ear unless you rotate your plug and maybe press it in a certain direction, which just wears out the headphone jack even faster. Anyways, A simple solution I have for this is to use a cheap and short 3.5mm extension cable. Then the heavy headphone cables dangle farther away from the actual jack, and the extension cable can be selected to be light and not put strain on the jack. Also, On stationary computer speakers I find it's helpful to tape the extension cable to the desk, so that movements in the cable don't translate into movements in the jack.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By whoiskermit - Reviewed in the United States on November 10, 2017
Wonderful cold weather headphnes
A negative experience with low-end Sennheiser's when I was young kept me from trying others, and even steered me toward open back phones (AKG, Grado). I use headphones while walking, listening to classical music only. In the last year or so, my area has got louder and louder: modified-exhaust motorcycles, cars, and pickups plus 24/7 noise from US75. Although I walk later and later to avoid the noise, that has proved a temporary solution. Despite the dangers (not hearing traffic at crosswalks), I decided to move to closed-back, noise-attentuating headphones to be able to hear music. These headphones claim "up to" 32db reduction in ambient noise level. That is as good or better than most ear muffs for shooting. I was skeptical, but I can affirm the claim, if you fit them properly (outer ear entirely inside the headphone cavity). Most would consider this headphone too heavy for walking, but the padding and the tightness of the fit make the headphone comfortable for my 2-hour walks. The extra cable (coiled) is a little annoying, but I shove it into my phone pocket. There is some feedback from the cable if it is rubbing on my coat or vest, but I have been able to adjust cable or coat to eliminate the feedback. The impedance is higher than low-end headphones, but volume level with a Nokia 6 is good at 70-80 percent setting on the Nokia. And, speaking of the sound, I leave the best for last. The sound is transparent, neutral, and engaging. The sound stage is more natural than the eGrado I used for 2 or 3 years. My mobile music is all 320 kbps MP3 but there is no noticeable loss in quality from the same music on CD played on my Onkyo and Tannoy sytem. Of course, the HD280 cannot match the realistic, open sound of Tannoy's on orchestra or opera, but it never sounds boxy and it even excels with chamber music and solo instruments. If you listen to acoustic instruments, I urge you to try the HD280PRO before spending more. There is one caveat: this headphone is somewhat warm. In cold weather, this is a blessing, letting me listen to music without freezing my ears. I have not tried it in summer.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By LauGA - Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2015
Good passive isolation, Great sound. Love them.
***See my update at bottom.*** These are not designed for listening on the go. In the comfort of your home , they're great . I own expensive and cheap pairs. I'm a classical musician that listens to everything. These are good for home passive isolation. You don't need much volume to get lost in your world . Cons: The bass is hard to hear unless you EQ it, and volume is not very high. Also, very bulky and a long heavy coiled chord. I'll keep them for home use with a movie or the stereo when there is noise around. At least until I decide to spend $300 in the Bose Quiet Comfort 20. ( great isolation , but very poor sound and bass response from a $300 headset !) Pros: I record music at home, so a flat signal helps ( hence the Pro name). The sound improved after 3 days of leaving them on the stereo burning them in 24/7. They are great for classical music. Trebles are not harsh, so there is less fatigue after a couple of hours. The even signal is very enjoyable , and the isolation works great . I would enjoy a tiny more bass, but it is there, and the quality makes up for it. Very comfortable. Coiled cable works great to move around your work space, you can tell it's what they were designed for. I love how these sound ! Not muddy at all. These Senheisser HD Pro 280 are great for the price,and probably a neutral signal that works for recording, but you can explore other options, specially for portable listening , both in regards to comfort and getting a lively sound. I hope it helps. ***Update: in a week, these are giving me more bass and are comfortable for hours. I tuck the coiled cable on my side, using my belt, and walk around with them all day. Even on the bus I can hear details without playing music too loud. I don't hear ppl talking to me. Popular music like John Meyer or Dave Mathews Band, Cake, Pantera, pop, Jazz, sounds as good as piano music now. Orchestra and acoustic sound great also. I'm not using the other headphones anymore. Try them and burn them in for a week. Great value: sturdy , and great sound !

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Katlyn - Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2017
These headphones are excellent. The sound quality is really good
These headphones are excellent. The sound quality is really good, and they are very comfortable. Also they do a decent job at blocking outside noise. The downsides are that the foam around the cups tends to come off after a while. Also, the plug and cable are very heavy and stiff (as far as plugs and cables go) and as a result this puts extra strain on whatever device they are plugged into. What I mean is the stiff cable frequently pulls the jack to the side when it's plugged in. You won't notice anything after a few uses. But if you use these in the same device for months you're likely to notice your headphone jack is wearing out where the internal pins get bent. You'll get sound from only one ear unless you rotate your plug and maybe press it in a certain direction, which just wears out the headphone jack even faster. Anyways, A simple solution I have for this is to use a cheap and short 3.5mm extension cable. Then the heavy headphone cables dangle farther away from the actual jack, and the extension cable can be selected to be light and not put strain on the jack. Also, On stationary computer speakers I find it's helpful to tape the extension cable to the desk, so that movements in the cable don't translate into movements in the jack.