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Sennheiser HD 280 Pro : Good Medium or after the use

For me the words "pro" means nothing on this headphone. It is a closed headphone, which supports many studio sessions with Zikos sourdingues.

The frequency response is highly variable depending on the headphone preamp (the low impedance 64Ohms ???). For example on my old M-Audio FW410 it sounds hollow, the bass is really absent, but simply pass on a good amp salon or RME suddenly feel a difference.
Absent from this change to "down".

Ergonomics is good for the second flight in the cabin / monitor, but certainly not for a mix: a real headband!

So it depends on what you do, because its strength (I've had 6 years), and pronounced response in the medium makes a good DJ tool / Zikos return. But hey I guess there are better in this area.

No comparison possible with my beyer DT990 pro home (price close), but again, the DT is an open headphone, not as versatile, and booked the studio mixes.

If this election were to be repeated? A headphone which I shamelessly nag and do not move for 6 years still deserves to make the election again. (I was looking for a headphone at the time to live)