HD 650 Over Ear Stereo Headphone

Price:
Rs. 34,990

Additional Information

The preferred choice of music lovers worldwide and with over 60 years of experience in headphone engineering, Sennheiser brings your way the high-end HD 650. It’s a music accessory developed from the award-winning HD 600 headphone and offers even more natural reproduction of sound. Sennheiser HD 650 is considered one of the masterpieces in open, dynamic headphone design.

Fitted with highly optimised magnet systems for minimum harmonic and intermodulation distortion, Sennheiser HD 650 headphones deliver a seamless performance with deep rich bass, exceptional detail and clarity. They have a specially developed damping element which remains highly constant irrespective of the climate. The pair of headphones also offers narrow tolerance for an uncompromised performance. The lightweight aluminium voice coils imply accuracy and fast transient response by capturing slightest of sound details and responding quickly to changes in the equilibrium.

The extremely comfortable Sennheiser HD 650 headphones have an elliptical design which fits more accurately around the ears and bear a titanium/ silver finish for visual elegance. The headphone is also geared for your hi-fi stereo system.

The Sennheiser HD 650 headphones are supplemented with connecting cable made of highly conductive OFC and reinforced. This provides durability and a hazard free music experience. There is a corrosion-resistant gold plated ¼” jack plug with adaptor lead to 3.5 mm jack plug that resists broken connectivity as well.

All in all, Sennheiser HD 650 headphones are crafted with precision and sure to captivate the listener with its amazing sound quality. Buy them online without any delay!

Features

• Systems with narrow tolerances (± 1 dB), hand-picked in pairs

• Highly optimised magnet systems for minimum harmonic and intermodulation distortion

• High-quality titanium/silver finish

• A specially developed damping element, made from fine acoustic metal mesh, ensures a precise damping over the entire diaphragm surface, highly constant in all climates.

• Specially modulated connecting cable (detachable) made from highly conductive OFC copper, reinforced, with very low handling noise, i.e. low structure-borne sound sensitivity

• Extremely lightweight aluminium voice coils ensure excellent transient response

• Gold plated ¼” jack plug with adaptor lead to 3.5 mm jack plug

• 2-year warranty

 

Engadget

The audio company teamed up with online retailer Massdrop for a more affordable version of its HD 650.

Sennheiser's HD 650 have been popular over-ear headphones among audiophiles since their debut over 10 years ago. At $500, the audio gear is priced just out of reach for people who were curious about high-end headphones, but didn't have a ton of extra cash to commit to the cause. However, they were widely regarded as some of the best headphones under $1,000. Thanks to a collaboration with online retailer Massdrop, Sennheiser has revived the HD 650 with the new $200 HD 6XX.

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    I use these with an O2 Headphone amplifier and the result is awesome. Especially listening to CD's. (Posted on 4/6/16)


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Nominal impedance 300 Ω
Contact pressure ca. 2,5 N
Weight w/o cable ca. 260g
Jack plug 6,3/3,5 mm stereo
Transducer principle (Headphones) Dynamic, open
Ear coupling Circumaural
Cable length 3 m
Frequency response (headphones) 10 - 39500 Hz
Sound pressure level (SPL) 103 dB
THD, total harmonic distortion 0,05 %

 

Media - IB Times

Sennheiser launches HD 650-Apogee Grove amp bundle:

Sennheiser's HD 650 headphones have reportedly been designed to appeal to audiophiles and those in the music industry. According to Sennheiser, with more music being stored on computers, the output from them is not good enough to be fully enjoyed on the HD 650s. Read more


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