Sennheiser 202 HD 202 II Headphone - Black prices in Malaysia

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Sennheiser 202 HD 202 II Headphone - Black Specs

Sennheiser 202 HD 202 II Headphone - Black Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelHD 202
DateJun 2010
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired
3.5 mm connector
Cable length3 m
Weight & dimensions
Weight130 g
Ear couplingSupraaural
Wearing styleHead-band
Headphone frequency18 - 18000 Hz
Headphone sensitivity115 dB
Impedance32 Ω
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)0.5%
Driver typeDynamic
Acoustic systemClosed
Colour of productBlack

Sennheiser 202 HD 202 II Headphone - Black Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2016-05-06
I was on the phone a week ago with Jon Iverson (Stereophile's DAC reviewer and The Home Tech group's web monkey) lamenting..."I'm in a funk, Jon. Been reviewing all these high end cans and I want to switch it up...but I'm not sure what to do.""Well, when...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-02
It all started a few months ago when I was at a CD shop. They were using the HD202 headphones, and I was surprised at how musically involving those headphones were. I know we are all into high-end, high fidelity, audiophile, exotic, expensive headphone...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-10
These headphones are more affordable than contemporary models. They provide great sound quality with clear treble and bass. Detachable ear pieces enable extended comfort based on your preferences.These headphones are a bit bulky and can be heavy to wea...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-31
Extremely capable allround audio for the very affordable price, more than reasonable styling and build qualitySlightly tighter bass would be a bonus
Exciting as it is to test and play with high-tech, high-end hi-fi, there's something rather thrilling about discovering a real budget belter of a product, which is exactly what we've got here in the form of the HD 202s. At just £26 (and we've seen the...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-24
Pluses, Light, but perhaps too tight for some, Wellfinished, refined designMinuses, Uneven sound with too much bass, Lacking in stereo: sound is too central
Are they really good enough for DJing? Sennheiser sells the HD 202s as headphones for professional DJs, but are they really up to the job?We think it's a reasonable question: they might well be carefully put together, but there's no avoiding all of th...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-29
These comfortable, classy cans from the workshops of Sennheiser cost less than a pretentious limited edition Radiohead boxset. Wrap your lugholes in the enveloping leatherette earcups and you’ll be immersed in audio that’s punchier than a roun...You don’t get the supreme build quality found on Sennheiser’s pricier models, but let’s face it, you’re only paying a score. The earcups might not be quite large enough for more generously-proportioned ears, either. Also, anyone lo...
These Sennheiser HD 202 closed supra-aural stereo headphones have removeable earcups and adjustable chord-length to suit you. A lightweight diaphragm material provides low bass, while the neodymium magnets provide a powerful sound.The goodThese comfort...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-11
Exquisite bass, Good handling of mids, Sound isolation.High frequencies waiver.
Last in the Sennheiser line is the HD 202, this headset has been neglected quite a lot in favor of its higher numbered brethren but thats not really justified. Sennheiser rarely disappoints and with these old headphones especially and the new price br...
Reviewed on 2006-06-01
Superb detailed sound, Inexpensive, Long cableUncomfortable, Durability, Faux-leather
For such a small outlay these headphones give out a very accurate and balanced sound, but we have doubts about their general build quality.We suspect that Sennheiser, pushed to create headphones at a certain price point, have cut back on comfort and st...
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Reviewed on 2004-09-08
It?s tough to find a decent pair of full-size, closed headphones for under $50?they?re generally pretty painful, in terms of both their fit and the sound they produce. The HD 202 are clearly an exception to that rule. Not only do they sound good, but w...
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