Sennheiser has introduced HD 25 LIGHT headphones, a new lower cost model with the same sound as the HD 25 but with a minimalist headband design.
For more than 30 years, the Sennheiser HD 25 headphones have been a pro option for monitoring and field recording. Now the LIGHT model offers the same capsules and performance with a minimalist headband design at a lower cost.
“The HD 25s are the industry standard for field recording engineers and for film and video productions,” said Jannik Schentek, product manager at Sennheiser. “Unlike the previous model to bear the name, the new HD 25 LIGHT headphones feature the original HD 25 capsules. The minimalist headband design makes them a great, lower-cost alternative to the standard HD 25 with its split headband and swivel earpiece.”
Capable of handling high sound pressure levels, the closed, supra-aural HD 25 LIGHT are ideal for use in high-noise environments. They feature a dual-sided, 1.5 m long, detachable cable. Delivery includes a screw-on jack adapter (1/8” to 1/4”). The HD 25 LIGHT retail at $99.95.
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