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Sennheiser HD 595 Headphones
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The open, dynamic HD 595 open up a new dimension in headphone sound and comfort. Sennheiser's most advanced driver technology is used here, combining...Click To Read More About This Product
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The open, dynamic HD 595 open up a new dimension in headphone sound and comfort. Sennheiser's most advanced driver technology is used here, combining exceptional clarity with outstanding musicality. The unique Eargonomic Acoustic Refinement (EAR) design channels music directly into the user's ears, creating a new kind of listening experience. The HD 595 headphones come with a clever bracket that easily attaches to a table or shelf, making sure that the headphones are always at hand.
- HD 595 headphones
- Adaptor to 3.5mm jack
- Headphone holder
- Nominal impedance: 50 Ohm
- Contact pressure: 3.5 N
- Weight w/o cable: 270g
- Jack plug: 6.3 mm stereo (3.5mm adapter)
- Transducer principle (headphones): open, dynamic
- Ear coupling: circumaural
- Cable length: 3m
- Frequency response (headphones): 12-38500 Hz
- Sound pressure level (SPL): 112 dB (1 kHz and 1 Veff)
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I had high expectation for these headphones based off of all the glowing reviews I've read online. I just got my pair today and have to say I'm pretty underwhelmed so far. Boxy, muffled and lacking anything resembling bottom end. I like accurate headphones, but these things are simply boring to listen too. I also own a pair of Grado SR60's, and blow these Sennheisers away. My Audio Technica ATH-M50's are excellent also. I seriously wasted my money on these HD595's.
These headphones sound great on some music (Classical) and not as great on others (Rock, R&B, Jazz). They have a somewhat soft high end and a somewhat lacking deep bottom end. They are probably very accurate headphones, but they aren't for everyone. If you seek a little more "exciting" sound in your headphones, look elsewhere. I personally prefer accurate headphones, and I own several good pairs of them, but these left me a little cold.
Overall, the HD595s are great - these cans offer very little sonic coloration, and in this price-range they probably offer the flattest frequency response. (Bassheads beware; the 595's are so neutral sounding that they might not be the 'phones you're looking for.) My only misgiving with these cans is that frequencies above 2,2khz seem a little bit piercing - some folks claim that they are more "open" or "forward" sounding than the 555 and 600 Senns, but I find that the high-end is a bit too much... That being said however, if Sennheiser found a way to abate the 595's top end, these phones would probably sound on par to the HD650s. -Great for audiophile listening, sound editing and mixing; however being open-back phones, they are not recommended for street use or studio monitoring.