Sennheiser eH350 Open-Aire HiFi Stereo Headphones

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The eH 350 are open, dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones offering a superbly natural sound reproduction. Due to their precise trebles and detailed sound image, these headphones are especially suitable for professional monitoring applications. The eH 350 feature rugged design and easily replaceable parts for long service life, such as the OFC connection cable or ear pads.

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Pros: FLat response for the price, lightweight, affordable
Cons: Ear cups little hard. Can get uncomfortable after long use.
These are a nice pair to own if you crave for natural sound on a budget. They belong to the Sennheiser Professional lineup after all. Don't get me wrong these are not going to come close to the $1500 HD800 but for the price can't go wrong. Just wish the ear pads were a little softer and while they can still double as over the ear for people with small to medium ears, larger pads would be welcome personally. These are advertised by Sennheiser as On Ear cans. Those looking for pumping bass look elsewhere. These are the closest thing you can come to the venerable Sennheiser HD497; now out of production. Response is significantly flatter compared to the HD 497.  
Pros: Very balanced profile. Not too much of everything, pretty neutral.
Cons: Jack still in silver coating, cable is too long (3 m), the build looked like a cheap cans (although it's not :D), sometimes uncomfortable.
This is my first "decent" headphones, and boy I'm pleased with it.
I can't believe that a quality like this exists under 100$. The sound is very clear, very crisp. The bass is enough, not too much, and isn't muffling the other sounds. Vocal can be heard very clear, there's no lost details.
I couldn't write too much about it, because the only comparison I had is a ATH M50. It has a quite similar (to my ear) sound profile, even though ATH win by a slight margin. The open-aired design is good and comfortable, but can be annoying when you wear it out in the crowd.
What kind of music did you test with? How compressed was the source material? How does it fair with different genres?


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