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Sennheiser HD219 On-Ear Headphones - Black

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A clean & simple design with high-quality sound!

Optimised for portable players | Includes cushioned ear pads!

Offers big sound and deep bass in a small package!

Founded in 1945 by Prof. Dr. Fritz Sennheiser, they began by innovating microphone technology with the DM-1. They’ve since gone on to conquer the audio world, pioneering new techniques for ultimate sound quality. Sennheiser’s range of headphones are tailor-made for any listening situation, from sports to travel, in-studio to gaming and general everyday use. Plug them in and hear the difference.

Features:

  • Sennheiser headphones
  • Model: HD219
  • Colour: Black
  • On-ear design
  • Blocks outside noise
  • Connector type: 3.5mm
  • Cord length/materials: 1.4m single-sides OFC cable
  • Driver: Dynamic, closed
  • Accessories included: Ear cushion (pair) pads
  • Powerful neodymium magnets for stereo sound with powerful bass
  • Optimised for portable audio including MP3, CD players, iPad, iPod and iPhone
  • Dimensions (approx.): N/A
  • Country of origin: N/A
  • Protected by our 12-MONTH COTD WARRANTY

 

A Bit About The Brand / More Info

Technical Specs:

  • Sensitivity: 108 dB
  • Impedance: 16 Ω
  • Frequency response: 19 – 21000 Hz
  • Maximum power input: N/A

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25 November 2016

Brilliant products best sound for great price.

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11 July 2016

Very pleased with the head sets just what I wanted

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05 July 2016

Great clear sound, but, the only drawback is, the cord could've been a lot longer, I had to buy an extra long cord

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28 May 2016

Awesome A+++++

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17 October 2016