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Sennheiser eH 250

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moosers's review

By moosers, 28/07/2010
The Sennheiser EH 250's are a set of DJ headphones, but are suitable for a variety of uses. These definitely aren't my favorite headphones out there for use in the studio, even though I know they aren't necessarily designed for this kind of use. However, this is the only format that I've used these headphones in - for monitoring during recording and listening back only. A friend of mine has these, as they actually give them to students at the LA Recording School. I'm not sure why they chose these sets of headphones in particular, as to me they just don't have the best sound. As far as comfort goes, they fit on your head fine as they will wrap around your ears and should stay on pretty securely. They don't have the sturdiest feel to them, but I wouldn't say that the EH 250's aren't poorly built. Going back to the sound of the EH 250's, they do have a lot of low end presence to them, almost too much. I'm guessing that this is because they are 'DJ' headphones. Either way, this amount of low end isn't something that you're going to find on too many sets of headphones. This isn't really a good thing, as you certainly won't be able to mix or properly A/B anything with these headphones. However, I'm sure that they work well for use as a DJ, which after all is their original intended use. If you are looking for a set of headphones to use in your recording studio, I'd recommend the Sennheiser HD 280's, as they are comparable in price to these and sound a lot cleaner. I'd also check out the Sony MDR-7506's, which are a great set of headphones also in the same price range. For studio use, I'd recommend straying away from the EH 250's...
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Anonyme's review

By Anonyme, 15/11/2006
Dja been using 1year.

the first test is trs trsdconcertant, utlise headphone is the mix of track, is like the monitoring of pregnant PA. The headphone is very well adapted to a nomadic or utlisation same as dj insulates noise outside.

and then compared to some monitoring headphones cheaper than the fact dja or better yet it is not dstin. Certainly it was a bump in the bass, but like any other headphone we Aprende know him, and in the utliisez consquence.
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squadra's review

By squadra, 30/03/2006
I use this headphone for the past 2 weeks

I find particles in the headphone is its poor absolut! I think sennheiser not clear off the head to put the world ... A ton of bass, and nothing for the sound quality! the present is far too acute to appreciate * any * hat, and I tell you to mix the hell not! the voices do not emerge at all, and there is no ventilation in the sound!

zero value for money! I have the Sony MDR V500 headphones and a low-end Philips SBC HP800 and I just tell you that even the Philips (I bought 29 euros by the way) is largely better now that the EH 250! (55 euros ... it) so imagine the V500 from its current cost per hour in approximately 90 euros! calculation and simple and choice automatically becomes evident!

good sailing ... so I would do not have that choice! for me it is a cassette walkman headset without! I needed a 3rd headset plug into a mini chain, and I just wanted to change a bit! (And especially a lot of people speak well of sennheiser!) So I said ... bah go good for the EH 250! and many monumental mistake! 55 euros is not much but such a headphone ... I think if ... It is very expensive! I will take another V500!

I have two because I'm in a good mood today ...
EDIT: hummmm ... dj for use ... Good luck! (Post below)
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Bad and rebof, very disappointed

By rrl, 08/12/2013
I use it for 3 years.
I was not able to try it when I bought it.
What I like most: closed headphones. This is what dictated my choice (and my past experience of the brand), 3m cable is fine for a headphone room, but I'm using it more for listening to music, but only for isolate myself when I play the piano.
What I like least: all the rest greenhouse too strong, not its balanced, low-medium predominant strain that puts listening and uncomfortable. Price too high in relation to services and design, not foldable.
Its price / performance ratio is prohibitive compared to a poor sound quality for the music lover that I am. Too bad I could not try it because I certainly do not do it again this choice.

Taken with my digital keyboard (when I purchase from Woodbrass on the advice of the seller;! Very good keyboard but no headphone, no, no) The headband crushes the head, and yet I did not 'big head' . Icing on the cake, I have ears that are being boiled with the atria imitation that do not offer comfort. Use sparingly so.

Strength: so far it works like the first day
3.5mm plug. No detachable connectors. The earbuds do not turn and therefore allow individual listening channel.

Used with the digital piano. The (bad) surprise immediately apparent: The sound is absolutely not balanced and therefore not suitable for keyboard or monitor. This bump in the midbass, more than in the deep bass is literally exhausting. Predominance of mediums, flatness and smoothness of the sound. Shoddy product for this brand once reference (see my review of the HD40, acquired 25 years earlier). Other new products Sennheiser seem equally disappointing. Even when the sound quality is at the rendezvous, the material used for the cable reduces life often little more than a year. A channel on both becomes inoperative in many users. This is very unfortunate for products beyond € 30.
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Sennheiser eH 250 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Sennheiser
  • Model:eH 250
  • Category:Studio headphones
  • Added in our database on: 11/22/2004

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Other names: eh 250, eh250, e h 250