Sennheiser PRO Studio monitor headphones

Sennheiser PRO Studio monitor headphones

Sennheiser HD280PRO Studio monitor headphones

Pros always monitor their audio with a good pair of closed eared headphones. The HD280 Professional is Sennheiser’s most significant closed, circumaural headphone to be introduced in years. Designed to exceed the demands of the professional environment, the HD280Pro boasts extremely robust construction combined with extensive features that meet the requirements of today’s most demanding applications. The unique collapsible design combined with swiveling ear cups, offers maximum flexibility in any application. Very comfortable, even if used for long periods of time.

Single-sided, coiled cable with 3.5 mm mini jack with locking 1/4″ adapter.

HD280 Pro HeadPhones

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Regular price: $199.95
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Sennheiser HD201PRO Studio monitor headphones

The ideal entry to the world of powerful stereo sound: The HD 201 has good attenuation of ambient noise with outstanding wearing comfort at an affordable price.

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  • Powerful stereo sound
  • Rich, crisp bass response
  • Lightweight and comfortable to wear
  • Good attenuation of abient noise
  • Extremely rugged
  • High-quality leaerette ear pads
  • ¼” (6.3 mm) jack adaptor, Gold-plated
  • 2-year warranty

HD201 HeadPhones

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Price: $29.95


  1. David Berrol 16 years ago

    Question that maybe you can help answer:

    I want to use headphones to edit a DVD which i am putting together from video i have shot. Most (All?) of the headphone’s instruction warn against using headphones near magnetic tape, for fear of doing damage to the tapes caused by the magnets in the headphones. Aren’t the mini-Dv’s magnetic-based? Does using heaphones near them pose a risk to their stored information? Are the warnings about the proximity of headphones tp mini-dv’s, or what?

    Thanks in advance for your help and information.

    David Berrol

  2. Sean Lu 16 years ago

    The magnets in the headphones are very small and not enough to damage miniDV tapes.

  3. Charly Vonne 14 years ago

    Hello folks.

    I wonder if someone could tell me exactly what I need and how much it would cost? I’m looking to record my own music on my laptop, I know I need a beefier system one day, but it’s good for me right now. I’m looking for a pair of headphones that can give me a completely true and un coloured sound when mixing my tracks.
    I’ve looked at so called “monitor headphones” but I wonder if this is, as the name suggests, a headphone version of proffessional studio monitors? I’d like to reiterate, I need a completely clean and un coloured sound from these headphones.

    Many thanks!

    • Jason Darnieder 13 years ago

      I need a good pair of mixing headphone for audio recording and basic field monitoring so I called and actually got Guy on the phone! He assured me for what I was doing the HD280Pro was perfect for my purposes and I have been happy with them since… I would say that the HD280Pro is one of the best headphones I have used in the field. Based on my past experience I had used the industry standard Sony’s but I have got to say I get better sound out of the HD280Pro than I ever did with the Sony’s.

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