The Sennheiser HD 380 Pro monitoring headphones are designed to exceed the demands of the professional environment. The HD 380 Pro provides an extended frequency response with increased sound pressure... Read More
The Sennheiser HD 380 Pro monitoring headphones are designed to exceed the demands of the professional environment. The HD 380 Pro provides an extended frequency response with increased sound pressure level (up to 110dB) for accurate sound reproduction in demanding applications. Not only that, but the headphone's lightweight, secure, and rugged design offers a comfortable listening experience for long recording sessions.
Comes with slimline carrying case.
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Reviewed by 15 customers
I too tested many pair of headphones before purchasing my 380's before Christmas and I couldn't take them off. Well I returned home and accidentally left them in the airport, so someone else will get to enjoy them now. But the moral of the story is, I went out as soon as I returned home and purchased another pair, because they are that good. Can't go wrong
I play drums in a sound proof room just like a studio these headphones are by far the best pare I have bought.I have had many sets I have tried if your willing to spend a little extra by these you will love them!!
bought these headphones i would say about 15 weeks ago, used them when my studio was finally built. i was told in store that they were great. In the end they really are amazing headphones, with only 2 things that i really did not like. One of them is just a personal preference, and it is that i have a small head so they look a little funny on me with how they are designed, and it feels different because of how small my head is, another problem overall is that they have limited bass. i had to start using my HDJ-2000 in the meantime just to hear the bass. If you use this with, say your phone, i would say use an EQ to boost the bass because just running these through my audio interface, i barely had any bass through them, as compared to listening to the bass through my studio monitors or my HDJ-2000. Overall the headphones are amazing and i would recommend them.
I've owned a set of HD 280's for about a year, until my daughter broke her cheap headphones and like a fool I let her try the 280's on. She was awestruck at the sound and fit and comfort quality of the HD280's. Well, since she is daddy's little girl, I coughed them up ... they are hers ... and I bought myself soem HD 380's, hoping all the review hype was right. Well, the 380's are just stunning. More comfortable, better audiophile quality ... just perfect and well worth the additional c-note. Now, my challenge is to keep the 380's away from my daughter....
Didn't want to spend this much but you know the reputation of the company when you buy. From the second the sound hit my ears I was blown away...the bass is great..overall clarity is phenom..nice case..very very comfortable for long use..from gaming to radio,mp3,songwriting they have performed as one would expect considering price. Great stereo seperation,true audio reproduction,comfort, and class are the good things..the bad things are...come to think of it there aren't any making them an absolutely secure purchase if you are considering a high end headphone option for your home studio needs..You won't be sorry..
These have to be the best headphones I have ever used. Not a huge expense and the sound quality is great. Tried some for much more money and was not willing to pay the difference in price for very little improvement in quality. Solid, lightweight.
I was about to buy another pair of headphones when I went into Guitar Center, but someone at the store strongly recommended these headphones, the Sennheiser HD 380 Pro's, that was selling for the same price. I got to try both of them out, and realized that these had WAY more clarity in the sound, deeper bass, and much more comfortable. After taking them home, these phones brought tears to my eyes because they were SO good! I have tried many headphones out before, but these are no doubt the best in clarity of sound, clear yet deep bass, comfortableness, weight, and durability. You even get a detachable cable and a very durable, compact carrying case. Imagine the sound of these after burn in! If anyone is trying to decide in which headphones to buy, you won't be disappointed by these phenomenal headphones! Thanks again for recommending these to me too!
You can read headphone reviews until you're blue in the face but you just won't know what's best for you until you actually audition several pair. Fortunately, Guitar Center has several top rated models in stock to choose from. So I headed over to my local store where the guys in accessories were nice enough to layout several models for me to audition. I brought an mp3 player with different types of music all sampled at 320kbs - high quality stuff - and spent 90 minutes listening to the following headphones. Here's how it went in listening order. Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro-80 - I went in thinking that I was going to walk out with these headphones based on what I had read, and they did sound good but they were first up so I had no frame of reference. Sennheiser HD 380 PRO - WOW, these beat the Beyer's hands down though I did go back and forth between the two of them with several types of music. Audio Technica ATH-M50 - Nice form factor and the critics love'em, however, to me they sounded cheap: lacked clarity, accurate tonal timbre, and soundstage. I did come back to them again but was reminded of their inferior sound quality each time. AKG K240 Studio - These are nice and a real bargain. Had I not needed sound isolating headphones I may have purchased these and saved a hundred bucks. These were number two in sound quality for me. Sennheiser HD 25-1 II - Very nice. These clamp on the ear and offer outstanding sound isolation but they don't have the soundstage of the HD 380s. I think they're intended primarily for session recording, and for that they would be very good. KRK KNS-8400 Studio - Don't bother, even worse than the ATH-M50s. honorable mention: on my way out of the store I noticed the Shure SRH840 which are supposed to be good, but I didn't listen to them and I'm so happy with the Sennheisers I'm not worried about. IMPORTANT FEATURES: The Sennheisers fold flat and come with a great case. They also have a replaceable cable that plugs into the phones with standard 3.5mm jack.
I bought these to replace my AKG240's which were starting to degrade (losing high end). I wanted something which could tell me what was wrong with my mixes. My room is small so I can't use large speakers which I normally prefer but these phones sound like I'm in a bigger room with big speakers or even like I'm in the middle of he instruments. My mixes so far are a lot more accurate then they are with near fields or my old headphones. They are extremely light and fold up into a cool little carrying case too. Much cheaper than buying giant studio monitors and the build quality is very good. I'm impressed!
Sold my Bose QC3 Noise Canceling headphones to get these. Love them the most plugged into my turntable! :D
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