The HD 201 is the ideal entry pair of headphones to step into the world of powerful stereo sound. The HD 201 have good attenuation of ambient noise that allows you to hear more of your music and less ... Read More
The HD 201 is the ideal entry pair of headphones to step into the world of powerful stereo sound. The HD 201 have good attenuation of ambient noise that allows you to hear more of your music and less of the distractions from the outside world, and their rich bass response and dynamic audio reproduction mean you'll hear your music more clearly. They are lightweight, and comfortable to wear so you can listen longer.
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Most Liked Positive Review
Good for casual listening
Well to start off these are constructed pretty well so they should last a while. The sound quality is decent but I would not recommend them for recording applications. If you want some headphones...Read complete review
Well to start off these are constructed pretty well so they should last a while. The sound quality is decent but I would not recommend them for recording applications. If you want some headphones to listen to music with from a CD player or MP3 player these should be adequate. I found them to be decent at best nothing special. They sound a bit flat and the low and high signals are nothing impressive. These are good middle of the road listening headphones.
Most Liked Negative Review
You get what you pay for
Wow these headphones were a disappointment. I moved into an apartment and I wanted headphones for my guitar that wouldn't break the bank. Now they are very comfortable, but they sound awful. Read...Read complete review
Wow these headphones were a disappointment. I moved into an apartment and I wanted headphones for my guitar that wouldn't break the bank. Now they are very comfortable, but they sound awful. Read the other reviews, most agree. The weak part for these is the low end. The highs aren't that great, but it's the lows that are really noticeably lacking. Still, they're only 29.99. You get what you pay for. I will definitely be upgrading from these.
Reviewed by 28 customers
There are in fact better headphones, but my goal was cost and comfort. For the price, these are exceptionally comfortable headphones. If you can handle one notch lower sound quality, and want a good price for a comfortable pair of headphones, these are it. Speed of delivery from Guitarcenter is excelent.
These headphones did me well, however after months of continuously plugging and unplugging the audio jack came completely off. Shame. couldn't buy another set for months and had to mix on apple headphones.
Totally surprised by these $30 wonders! Usually buy the Sony Pros ($99) for studio but times are tight, you know? Surprisingly comfortable and comparing to Sony(s), very close in frequency response. Bottom end is a tad weak but with a headphone amp like the Behringer I've got, you just dial in a little "boom" and you're there. I'm happy. :)
These headphones are pretty bad. Poor sound quality, low output, they do not isolate well while recording. 'Closed'?!?!? Nope. If you record vocals with these guys, you will find the backing track bleeding out of the headphones and into the mic. Do not buy....Sennheiser HD 201 Pro Closed Back Headphones are junk!
I bought these to connect to my computer to use while listening to the computer audio when I don't want to use the speaker system. These headphones fulfill that function perfectly. Very light weight and can't imagine requiring a longer cord. Excellent value for the price.
I already had a pair of these that I use mostly with my G-Dec 3/30 practice amp at home. Bought them about a year and a half ago and, up to this point, they've worked flawlessly. Sure, the output isn't studio, not advertised/priced as such, but they do sound surprisingly good for the sale price set of headphones. Sound quality is way more than adequate for practice or casual listening on our desk/laptops, tablets, and cells, etc. Got a second set for my wife to use with her Samsung Galaxy S II to replace the buds - and to stay away from my set. Sturdy, dependable, great sounding headphones that do a good job of keeping the ambient noise at bay. The adapter's a nice touch, too.
these headphones are great!i use these for recording and function very well. although bass is not that good but its clear on vocals and super comfortable.and got them for black Friday for a steal!
My Black Friday gift I bought for myself arrived today. A combination of Pandora, the quality of the sound produced by the set, and a Dr. Dre Beats headphone commercial pushed me over the edge to write this post. - The first thing tangible thing I noticed when I opened the box was the weight of the set. These are an overall very light and wearable set of headphones with a surprisingly durable construction. Wearability: Check. The next thing great thing is the bass response and highs this set made. Note: I am not a tone-deaf person and I like to think that I can discern a smooth sound from distortion. I was thrown back after I correlated in my mind the price and the sound quality when listening to them. Sound Quality: Check. Something else I wanted to put out witch may be an important trait to some and less to others is external noise reduction. I cranked up my 1100 watt home stereo system to maximum output and I literally could not hear a single sound from the speakers around me when I had the headphones on and functioning. Ambient Nose Cancellation: Double Check.
I got these Headphones on sale during "Black Friday" sales. As good as they are, I would have paid full price had they not been on sale! They are that good! The quality of this product is outstanding!
I bought this wanting a good and cheap headphone to have around the house when I didn't feel like wearing my in-ears. They're good but just not loud. They're actually pretty quiet, sounding like headphones that need batteries to amplify the sound. I'd recommend them if only you don't like to blast music to block out anyone from bothering you.