SALE: Sennheiser HD25 CONCORDE
Apr 22, 2006 at 11:21 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 5

BushGuy

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I've been sitting on the fence for some time, deciding whether or not to keep them. You see, I also have 2 other versions of HD25 (HD25-1 on a single headband, and HME25-1 (600ohm). The decision to sell them finally came about after finding a another brand/modded Tip that works for me with my current IEM and the thought that I'll go further down the IEM road.
These HD25's are the h'phones that were issued on the CONCORDE flights (headband imprinted British Airways). They are the same as HD25-SP, but are 300 ohms (originally done to conform to the planes' electronic requirements) which results in a better sound than standard SP's. Using them with my Nano, volume bar is at 70-75. I'd say it works well with them because of sensitivity rating and they're supra size.
I bought these new, sealed in plastic Sennheiser baggy. Little used, seemingly untouched by human hands, and come with the original 1.5meter cable. Earpads only used a couple of times (aftermarket Velours are now on other aforementioned hd25's). Price is $72 + actual shipping cost. Please PM

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Apr 27, 2006 at 11:06 AM Post #2 of 5

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May 4, 2006 at 10:03 AM Post #5 of 5

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I'd be tempted to get these just to own a piece of history, i.e. headphones that were made to be used on the Concorde... too bad I don't have the funds right now. Free bump for ya.
 

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