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What the community says about Sennheiser HD280PRO
- "The Sennheiser HD280Pro headphones are some of the best headphones you can buy at this 100 price range. It's not wireless if that's important to you. What it is, is great sounding, neutral and classic. Highly recommended for audiophiles who are on a budget."
- "Tremendous headphones. The sound quality is as crisp and clear as I have ever experienced. They also cancel noise very well. They sit very comfortably on my head, and they feel very snug without being too tight."
- "Nothing is wiser than buying Sennheiser. This is a phrase me and my brothers always say when it comes to buying headphones. This company never disappoints and I don't think ever will. These are very comfortable and very lightweight. The sound is very nice and the bass is deep. The only thing that I can say that I do not like about these is usaully the price, but these are not too expensive and are a really good buy. "
- "The sound is really good on these, and they are a bit small, but for the price these are perfect. If you have the money to spare you can get much better headphones, but for going under $100 these are some of the best you'll get! If you move them around they squeak a bit, so you may want to shop around if you'll be doing a lot of moving around while wearing them. "
- "I have two sets of these that I have used for a few years. It seems the HD280 headset is made of poor construction materials. The Ear pads, and top head pad are shedding. Further the plastic of the headband is splitting and creaking. This is a known issue yet they continue to sell them. A piece just broke completely off of the headband. I am not hard on equipment and have used much audio gear for over 15 years. Headsets in this price range should last 5 years not 1. Worse I just got my adult Son a set for his birthday before I realized how bad these were. Sennheiser should at least make replacement parts besides ear pad and cord. These beak even when trying to take care of them."
- "An affordable option that sounds decent and is a good all-purpose use headphone, even with some sound production work. They don't quite offer the same level of detail and accuracy as other more expensive options but it's enough."
- "These are great prosumer headphones. Not top of the line, but definitely better than all consumer products including beats. These would be your best option for under 100, but you can get some better headphone for under 500 that would be better sound quality than these. Not a bad choice, but not the best under 500. "