Sennheiser has debuted the HD 200 PRO studio headphones — developed for professional monitoring in home recording and production environments.
The Sennheiser HD 200 PRO are circumaural headphones that shield the wearer from outside noise, enabling total concentration on the recorded sound. With its comfortable ergonomic design, the headphones offer excellent wearing comfort.
The leatherette ear pads mould to the wearer’s head, the headband is comfortably taut and the earphones’ weight is optimized for long sessions.
The HD 200 PRO is fitted with drivers with an impedance of 32 ohms. The headphones come equipped with a 6.5 foot long cable with a straight 3.5 mm headphone jack and a 6.3 mm adapter.
The headphones have a frequency response of 20-20,000 Hz and sound pressure level of 108 dB. The load rating is 500 mW and total harmonic distortion is <0.1 percent. The headphones weigh 6.4 ounces without the cable.
The price is $69.95.
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