Sennheiser HD201 Review
I first of all bought these headphones for general listening after unacceptable hours of loud music. Good headphones were needed, and were achieved (Good, not Perfect). It’s apparent the HD 201 headphones are good, but not perfect! They’re very comfortable to wear, and the tough construction will last heavy handed people on a daily basis, like me. The Noise leakage on the HD 201 is at a minimum, and the overall sound is balanced as well. After weeks and weeks of using them I was still satisfied, although a flaws was apparent.
HD 201 headphones are very comfortable to wear, and the tough construction will last over long-term use. Noise leakage is at a minimum, and the overall sound is balanced as well. There is incredibly long cable which flaws the product. I wouldn’t advise these for portable use, for two reasons; no safety pouch to protect whilst not using the HD201 and the cables’ length is really not suitable for portable use.
So! For making you fall in love with your high definition digital music again, these Sennheisers are a remarkable feat and the “if” design award is by no means excessive hype or marketing flannel, they really are that comfortable! These are great if you want to work with music or have neighbors to keep happy but you don’t want to compromise on your quality listening.Also, the natural bass is lacking, and the maximum volume output is lower than most aftermarket headphones in its category. Though the ultra-affordable HD 201 headphones provide good natural sound and more than capable performance, commuters may find the low volume output an issue when listening to music in highly trafficked or loud environments, like buses or streets. The Sennheiser HD 201 headphones aren’t the most revolutionary headphones ever created, but their price and their quality make them a boon for the casual listener!