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Headphones
Published 02/02
Headphones
Pictograms
Frequency response
The frequency response characterises the range of frequencies which a pair of headphones can reproduce. It is measured in hertz (Hz). The average human ear is capable
of hearing frequencies ranging from about 20 Hz to 16,000 Hz. The frequency
response alone does not reveal much about the reproduction quality.
Total harmonic distortion (THD)
The THD represents the percentage of non-linear distortions of a signal, the
so-called harmonics. These particularly occur at lower frequencies when the motion
of the diaphragm cannot follow the electrical signal precisely.
Impedance
Impedance is the headphones’ resistance to alternating current and is measured in
ohms (Ω). The impedances of Sennheiser headphones range from 16 to 600 ohms
which means they can be connected to all standard hi-fi components.
Signal-to-noise ratio
Difference between the wanted signal and the background noise of an electrically
operated device (e.g. amplifier, microphone). Signal-to-noise ratio is measured in dB.
Weight
Connector
Cable
Cable length
Inputs
Power supply
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Carrier frequency
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Contents
2.
Headphones
● Introduction
Description of models.................................................................................................. 3
● Dynamic
How the electrodynamic transducer works .............................................................. 5
Headphones
Connection cables ...................................................................................................... 5
Description of models ................................................................................................ 5
MX 300/MX 400/MX 500 ........................................................................................ 7
HD 26 ......................................................................................................................... 8
PX 30 ........................................................................................................................... 9
PX 40 ..........................................................................................................................10
HD 433 ..................................................................................................................... 11
HD 437 ...................................................................................................................... 12
HD 457 ...................................................................................................................... 13
HD 477 ...................................................................................................................... 14
HD 497 ...................................................................................................................... 15
HD 500 Fusion .......................................................................................................... 16
HD 570 Symphony ................................................................................................... 17
HD 580 Precision ......................................................................................................18
HD 590 Prestige ........................................................................................................ 19
HD 600 Avantgarde .................................................................................................. 20
HD 25 ........................................................................................................................ 21
HD 25 SP ................................................................................................................... 22
HD 200 Master.......................................................................................................... 23
HD 202 .......................................................................................................................24
HD 212 Pro ................................................................................................................25
HD 250 II Linear....................................................................................................... 26
HD 265 Linear .......................................................................................................... 27
HD 270 Control ........................................................................................................ 28
HD 62 TV ................................................................................................................. 29
● Electrostatic
Headphones
How electrostatic transducers work ........................................................................ 31
Connection cable ...................................................................................................... 31
Description of models .............................................................................................. 31
HE 90/HEV 90 Orpheus™ ...................................................................................... 35
IR and RF Headphones
How infra-red technology works ............................................................................. 37
Description of models .............................................................................................. 37
IS 150 Mono ............................................................................................................... 39
IS 300 Stereo ................................................................................................................ 40
IS 380 ........................................................................................................................ 41
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● Cordless
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Headphones
● Wireless
RF Headphones
How radio frequency technology works ................................................................. 43
Description of models .............................................................................................. 43
RS 30 ......................................................................................................................... 45
RS 40 ......................................................................................................................... 46
RS 45 ......................................................................................................................... 47
RS 65 ......................................................................................................................... 48
RS 85 ......................................................................................................................... 49
RS 2400 Stereo ......................................................................................................... 50
● Headphones
with NoiseGard™
Active Noise Compensation
● Supplementary
Headphones
IR and RF
How the NoiseGard™ active noise compensation system works ............................ 51
Description of models .............................................................................................. 51
HDC 451-1 NoiseGard™ mobile ............................................................................... 53
RI 150 ........................................................................................................................ 56
RI 300 ........................................................................................................................ 56
HDI 380 ..................................................................................................................... 56
HDR 45-4 .................................................................................................................. 56
HDR 45-8 .................................................................................................................. 56
HDR 45-9 .................................................................................................................. 56
HDR 65-4 .................................................................................................................. 57
HDR 65-8 .................................................................................................................. 57
HDR 65-9 .................................................................................................................. 57
HDR 85-4 .................................................................................................................. 57
HDR 85-8 .................................................................................................................. 57
HDR 85-9 .................................................................................................................. 57
RR 2400 ..................................................................................................................... 57
● Accessories
HZR 62 ..................................................................................................................... 58
Headphone Cable ..................................................................................................... 58
BA 151 ...................................................................................................................... 58
L 151-2 ...................................................................................................................... 58
L 151-10 .................................................................................................................... 59
NT 92 ........................................................................................................................ 59
Models, Catalogue numbers .................................................................................... 61
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2.
Headphones
Introduction
Sennheiser’s headphone range is comprised of four different types of headphones:
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Dynamic headphones
Electrostatic headphones
Cordless infra-red headphones
Wireless radio frequency headphones
Description of models
HD...
Dynamic headphones (Headphones, Dynamic)
Sennheiser’s HD range of headphones are fitted with electrodynamic
transducers. They are normally equipped with a 3.5 mm stereo jack plug
and a 1/4” (6.3 mm) adaptor and can therefore be connected to all
standard headphone outputs (amplifiers, CD players, DAT, DCC, MD,
TV, personal stereos, camcorders etc.).
Sennheiser’s range includes both open and closed headphones. Closed
models provide better attenuation of surrounding noise, while open
headphones give a more spacious sound.
HDC...
HD 590 Prestige
NoiseGard™ headphones (Headphones, Dynamic with noise Compensation)
The HDC series of headphones are fitted with active noise compensation
(NoiseGard™) circuits which considerably reduce external low frequency
noise.
HDC 451-1 NoiseGard™ mobile
HE...
Electrostatic headphones (Headphones, Electrostatic)
Sennheiser’s HE headphones are fitted with electrostatic transducers.
Their operation requires a polarising voltage, so a special amplifier is
needed to process the audio signal.
IS...
Cordless infra-red systems (Infra-red System)
The IS series consists of complete systems of infra-red transmitters and
headphones. It incorporates both traditional analogue and modern digital
technology.
HDI...
RI...
Dynamic infra-red headphones (Headphones, Dynamic, Infra-red)
Infra-red stethoset receivers (Receiver, Infra-red)
As only one infra-red transmitter is necessary to operate as many infra-red
headphones as desired, Sennheiser offers supplementary headphones.
Classic headphones are designated by the letters HDI, stethoset receivers by
the letters RI.
RS ....
HE 90/HEV 90
IS 380 system with HDI 380 headphones
Cordless radio frequency systems (Radio frequency System)
The RS series consists of complete systems of RF transmitters and
headphones with integrated RF receivers.
Dynamic radio frequency headphones (Headphones, Dynamic, RF)
Radio frequency stethoset receivers (Receiver, RF)
As RF transmitters can be used with any number of RF headphones,
Sennheiser offers supplementary headphones. Classic headphones are
designated by the letters HDR in their model number, RF stethoset
receivers by the letters RR.
RS 85 system with HDR 85 headphones
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HDR ....
RR ....
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2.
Dynamic Headphones
How the electrodynamic transducer works
Dynamic headphones operate on the moving-coil principle. The headphones’
diaphragm is attached to a coil of wire held in suspension in the field of a
permanent magnet. When an alternating current (i.e. the audio signal) passes
through the coil, it generates a magnetic field. This coil field interacts with that of
the permanent magnet and causes the coil (and thus the diaphragm) to move
forwards and backwards depending on the direction of current flow. This vibration
of the diaphragm produces pressure sound waves, i.e. the original audible audio
information.
The entire dynamic system needs to be as lightweight as possible in order to ensure
a fast transient response. For this reason, Sennheiser use coils made from
aluminium copper or even pure aluminium in their high-quality headphones.
Connection cables
All dynamic headphones (with the exception of the HD 25 and HD 25 SP) are
supplied with oxygen-free copper cables.
Description of models
HD headphones are equipped with dynamic transducers.
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HD ...
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Overview
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Dynamic Headphones
Cat. No.
Model
Brief Description
Variants
04418
04419
04420
04212
04851
04850
04472
05175
05177
05178
05179
04589
04553
04195
04590
04465
02976
03759
04592
05176
05180
04393
04196
04549
04199
MX 300
MX 400
MX 500
HD 26
PX 30
PX 40
HD 433
HD 437
HD 457
HD 477
HD 497
HD 500 Fusion
HD 570 Symphony
HD 580 Precision
HD 590 Prestige
HD 600 Avantgarde
HD 25
HD 25 SP
HD 200 Master
HD 202
HD 212 Pro
HD 250 II Linear
HD 265 Linear
HD 270 Control
HD 62 TV Stereo
Open dynamic stereo in-ear headphones
Open dynamic stereo in-ear headphones
Open dynamic stereo in-ear headphones
Open dynamic stereo mini headphones
offener dynamischer Stereo-Mini-Kopfhörer
offener dynamischer Stereo-Mini-Kopfhörer
offener dynamischer Stereo-Kopfhörer
offener dynamischer Stereo-Kopfhörer
offener dynamischer Stereo-Kopfhörer
offener dynamischer Stereo-Kopfhörer
offener dynamischer Stereo-Kopfhörer
Open dynamic stereo headphones
Open dynamic stereo headphones
Open dynamic stereo headphones
Open dynamic stereo headphones
Open dynamic stereo headphones
Closed dynamic stereo headphones
Closed dynamic stereo headphones
Closed dynamic stereo headphones
geschlossener dynamischer Stereo-Kopfhörer
geschlossener dynamischer Stereo-Kopfhörer
Closed dynamic stereo headphones
Closed dynamic stereo headphones
Closed dynamic stereo headphones
Open stereo TV headphones with volume control and long cable
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HD 25 SP-1
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MX 300/MX 400/MX 500
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The MX 300, MX 400 and MX 500 are stereo in-ear headphones for listening ‘on
the move’. Very lightweight and comfortable.
Features
• Wide dynamic range
• Excellent bass response
• Dual-sided highly conductive OFC copper cable
• Can be connected directly to personal stereos, CD players, DAT recorders
and hi-fi systems
• In-ear headphones come with a practical case with an automatic cord take-up
mechanism (MX 400 and MX 500 only)
• Additional volume control (MX 500 only)
• Colours: MX 300: black
MX 400: black and silver
MX 500: blue metallic
Cat. No. 04418
Cat. No. 04419
Cat. No. 04420
MX 300
MX 400
MX 500
Technical Data – MX 300
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Nominal impedance
Max. SPL
THD
Ear coupling
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
18 – 20,000 Hz
dynamic, open
32 Ω
116 dB at 1 kHz, 0.5 Vrms
<1%
intra-aural
approx. 6 g
1/8” jack plug
approx. 1 m, copper cable
Technical Data – MX 400
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Nominal impedance
Max. SPL
THD
Ear coupling
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
18 – 20,000 Hz
dynamic, open
32 Ω
119 dB at 1 kHz, 0.5 Vrms
<1%
intra-aural
approx. 6 g
1/8” jack plug
approx. 1 m, copper cable
Technical Data – MX 500
MX 300 MX 400 MX 500
18-20,000 Hz 18-20,000 Hz 18-22,000 Hz
32 Ω
<1%
6g
3.5 mm
OFC
1m
Recommended Accessories
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Nominal impedance
Max. SPL
THD
Ear coupling
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
18 – 22,000 Hz
dynamic, open
32 Ω
119 dB at 1 kHz, 0.5 Vrms
<1%
intra-aural
approx. 6 g
1/8” jack plug
approx. 1 m, copper cable
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 70826
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Ear pads (1 pair)
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HD 26
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The HD 26s are mini headphones for listening ‘on the move’. Very lightweight
and comfortable.
Cat. No. 04212
Features
• Wide dynamic range
• Excellent bass response
• Single-sided, highly conductive OFC copper cable
• Can be connected directly to personal stereos, CD players, DAT and MD
recorders and hi-fi systems
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
Load rating
THD
Ear coupling
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
50-18,500 Hz
32 Ω
<1%
50 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
50 – 18,500 Hz
dynamic, open
32 Ω
96 dB
50 mW
< 1%
supra-aural
50 g
3.5 mm Ø stereo mini
jack plug with adaptor
to 1/4” (6.3 mm) stereo
jack plug
1.2 m, single-sided
OFC copper cable
1.2 m
Recommended Accessories
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 70380
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Ear pads (1 pair)
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PX 30
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The PX 30 are open, dynamic, supra-aural mini headphones for portable players.
Due to their balanced sound reproduction they easily outperform conventional
mini headphones.
Cat. No. 04851
Features
• Ideal for use with portable audio sources such as MP3 or CD players
• Optimised for rock and pop music
• Excellent reproduction, transparent, bass-driven sound
• Bass tube for rich, full bass
• Ultra-lightweight diaphragm ensures powerful sound
• Lightweight and comfortable for music on the move
• Connection cable made from highly conductive OFC copper
• 2-year guarantee
Technical Data
Frequency response
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
THD
Ear coupling
Connection cable
Transducer principle
Weight (without cable)
Connector
30-20,00 Hz
32 Ω
< 1%
65 g
3.5 mm
OFC
30–20,000 Hz
32 Ω
115 dB
<1%
supra-aural
1m
dynamic, open
65 g
3.5 mm stereo jack plug
1m
Recommended Accessories
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 83396
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Ear pads (1 pair)
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PX 40
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The PX 40 are open, dynamic, supra-aural mini headphones for portable players.
They are fitted with a convenient in-line volume control.
Cat. No. 04850
Features
• Ideal for use with portable audio sources such as MP3 or CD players
• Optimised for rock and pop music
• Excellent sound reproduction with wide dynamics
• Bass tube for rich, full bass
• Ultra-lightweight diaphragm ensures powerful sound
• Cable with convenient volume control
• Lightweight and comfortable for music on the move
• Connection cable made from highly conductive OFC copper
• 2-year guarantee
Technical Data
Frequency response
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
THD
Ear coupling
Connection cable
Transducer principle
Weight (without cable)
Connector
20-20,000 Hz
32 Ω
< 1%
ca. 65 g
3.5 mm
OFC
20–20,000 Hz
32 Ω
115 dB
<1%
supra-aural
1m
dynamic, open
ca. 65 g
3.5 mm stereo jack plug
1m
Recommended Accessories
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 83396
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Ear pads (1 pair)
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HD 433
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
Cat. No. 04472
The HD 433 open hi-fi stereo headphones are ideal for use with hi-fi systems and
personal stereos (CDs, DATs, MDs etc.). Excellent bass response. Ideal for rock
and pop music.
Features
• Open dynamic stereo headphones
• Matt black finish
• 3 m highly conductive OFC copper cable
• 3.5 mm stereo jack plug with 1/4” (6.3 mm) adaptor
Diffuse Field Frequency Response
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
Load rating
THD
Ear coupling
Contact pressure
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
22-20,000 Hz
32 Ω
<1%
118 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
22 – 20,000 Hz
dynamic, open
32 Ω
approx. 94 dB
100 mW
<1%
supra-aural
approx. 2.5 N
approx. 118 g
3.5 mm Ø stereo mini
jack plug with adaptor
to 1/4” (6.3 mm) stereo
jack plug
3 m, dual-sided
OFC copper cable
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat. No. 05248
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 50757
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Ear pads (1 pair)
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HD 437
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
With their powerful sound and crisp bass, the HD 437 open dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones are an ideal choice for modern music such as rock and pop. The lightweight
headphones are the perfect partner for mobile audio sources such as MP3, MiniDisc & CD
players and for use with home mini hi-fi systems. When out and about, a convenient
cord take-up lets you adjust the headphone cable to the required length.
Cat. No. 05175
Features
• Open, supra-aural, dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones
• Ideal both for mobile audio sources such as MP3, MiniDisc & CD players and
home mini hi-fi systems
• Specially designed damping perforation ensures rich, crisp bass response
• Lightweight diaphragm material with ”turbine” embossing for extremely low bass
• Powerful neodymium magnets
• High levels and powerful bass for modern rhythm-driven music
• Clips to the belt: cord take-up for adjusting the cable length when listening on
the move
• Extremely comfortable to wear due to ultra-lightweight design, even for
extended listening
• Rugged outdoor design with extremely flexible headband
• 3m highly conductive OFC copper cable
• Replaceable ear pads made from soft fabric material
• 2-year guarantee
Technical Data
Frequency response
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
THD
Ear coupling
Connection cable
Transducer principle
Weight (without cable)
Connector
21-18,000 Hz
32 Ω
< 0.5 %
ca. 130 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
21–18,000 Hz
32 Ω
115 dB
< 0.5 %
supra-aural
3m
dynamic, open
ca. 130 g
3.5/6.3 mm
stereo jack plug
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat No. 05248
Ear pads (1 pair)
Product Variants
Cat. No. 85728
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Replacement Parts
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HD 457
2.
Headphones
Dynamische Kopfhörer
The HD 457 are open, dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones for both mobile audio sources
such as MP3, MiniDisc & CD players and home hi-fi systems. Soul, funk, grunge
and percussion music can be heard to its best advantage due to the headphones’
balanced sound image and warm bass. When out and about, a convenient cord
take-up lets you adjust the headphone cable to the required length.
Cat. No. 05177
Features
• Open, supra-aural, dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones
• Ideal both for mobile audio sources such as MP3, MiniDisc & CD players and
home mini hi-fi systems
• Manually inserted cellulose fleece ensures balanced sound image
• Ultra-lightweight diaphragm material and powerful neodymium magnets for
wide dynamics
• Excellent stereo sound and warm bass for modern music such as soul, funk,
grunge, etc.
• Clips to the belt: cord take-up for adjusting the cable length when listening on
the move
• Extremely comfortable to wear due to ultra-lightweight design, even for
extended listening
• Rugged outdoor design with extremely flexible headband
• 3m detachable highly conductive OFC copper cable
• Replaceable fabric ear pads
• 2-year guarantee
Technical Data
Frequency response
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
THD
Ear coupling
Connection cable
Transducer principle
Weight (without cable)
Connector
25-21,000 Hz
32 Ω
< 0.5 %
ca. 130 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
25–21,000 Hz
32 Ω
114 dB
< 0.5 %
supra-aural
3m
dynamic, open
ca. 130 g
3.5/6.3 mm
stereo jack plug
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat No. 05248
Ear pads (1 pair)
Product Variants
Cat. No. 85728
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Replacement Parts
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HD 477
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The HD 477 are open, dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones with clear transparent sound
and powerful bass reproduction. They are an ideal choice for rock and pop music. The
lightweight HD 477 are the ideal partner not only for your home hi-fi system but also
for portable players when you're out and about.
Cat. No. 05178
Features
• Open, supra-aural, dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones
• Ideal at home or on the move
• Ultra-lightweight and comfortable for extended listening
• Rugged design
• Clear, crisp sound with wide dynamics
• High-quality neodymium magnets and lightweight diaphragms
for powerful sound and rich bass
• Detachable connection cable made from highly conductive OFC copper
• Long service life due to easily replaceable parts such as ear pads and cables
• 2-year guarantee
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
THD
Ear coupling
Connection cable
Weight (without cable)
Connector
37-21,000 Hz
32 Ω
< 0.2 %
ca. 130 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
37–21,000 Hz
dynamic
32 Ω
109 dB
< 0.2 %
supra-aural
3m
ca. 130 g
3.5/6.3 mm
stereo jack plug
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat No. 05248
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 85728
Cat. No. 83380
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Ear pads (1 pair)
Connection cable
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HD 497
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The HD 497 open, dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones deliver crystal-clear, welldefined trebles and absolute precision across all audio frequencies. These versatile
headphones are especially impressive with jazz and modern, bass-driven music.
The HD 497 feature rugged design and easily replaceable parts for long life, such
as the OFC connection cable or ear pads. The HD 497 are ideal for hi-fi systems
but also for portable players.
Cat. No. 05179
Features
• Open, supra-aural, dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones
• Excellent sound at home or on the move
• Balanced and very detailed sound reproduction with transparent treble
• Ultra-lightweight and comfortable for extended listening
• Rugged design
• High-quality neodymium magnets and lightweight diaphragms for powerful
sound and rich bass
• Detachable connection cable made from highly conductive OFC copper
• Long service life due to easily replaceable parts such as ear pads and cables
• 2-year guarantee
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
THD
Ear coupling
Connection cable
Weight (without cable)
Connector
24-22.000 Hz
32 Ω
< 0.2 %
ca. 130 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
24–22,000 Hz
dynamic
32 Ω
112 dB
< 0.2 %
supra-aural
3m
ca. 130 g
3.5/6.3 mm
stereo jack plug
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat No. 05248
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 83379
Cat. No. 83380
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Ear pads (1 pair)
Connection cable
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HD 500 Fusion
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The HD 500 Fusion is a pair of open dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones with clear,
accurate tonal quality. They feature a single-sided, highly conductive OFC copper
cable, Duofol diaphragms and an innovative damping element for controlling
diaphragm oscillation.
Features
• High-definition hi-fi stereo headphones
• Very comfortable to wear due to BioNetic™ design
• New Sennheiser patented damping element for controlling diaphragm oscillation
• Detailed, analytic sound reproduction
• Fresh, balanced sound and powerful bass
• Duofol diaphragms to reduce standing waves
• Detachable, single-sided connection cable made from highly conductive
OFC copper, strengthened with Kevlar
• Replaceable parts for long life
Cat. No. 04589
Cat. No. 04588
Cat. No. 04484
(English, French)
(Am. English, Spanish)
(German, Italian)
Diffuse Field Frequency Response
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Frequency characteristic
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL
THD
Ear coupling
Contact pressure
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
14-21,000 Hz
32 Ω
< 0.2 %
210 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
14 – 21,000 Hz
dynamic, semi-open
diffuse field equalised
32 Ω
105 dB
at 1 kHz, 1 Vrms
< 0.2 %
at 1 kHz, 110 dB SPL
circumaural
approx. 2.5 N
approx. 210 g
3.5 mm Ø stereo mini
jack plug with adaptor
to 1/4” (6.3 mm) stereo
jack plug
3 m, detachable
single-sided
OFC copper cable
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat No. 05248
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 75566
Cat. No. 73469
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Ear pads (1 pair)
Connection cable
(Further replacement parts on request.)
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HD 570 Symphony
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The HD 570 Symphony are audiophile-quality, open dynamic hi-fi stereo
headphones with an advanced diaphragm design that eliminates standing waves in
the diaphragm material. They are suitable for use with hi-fi and recording systems
of the highest quality, in particular CD and DVD players or DAT and MD
recorders.
Features
• High-definition hi-fi stereo headphones
• BioNetic™ design, headphones adapt to the shape of the head
• Superbly spatial, transparent sound reproduction
• Extremely lightweight voice coils for fast transient response
• Innovative damping element for controlling the diaphragm oscillation, optimally
matches the headphones to all sound sources
• Detachable, robust, single-sided connection cable made from Kevlar-reinforced
OFC copper
• Velour earpads
Cat. No. 04553
Cat. No. 04552
Cat. No. 04485
(English, French)
(Am. English, Spanish)
(German, Italian)
Diffuse Field Frequency Response
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Frequency characteristic
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
Load rating
THD
Ear coupling
Contact pressure
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
18-22,000 Hz
120 Ω
< 0.2 %
210 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
18 – 22,000 Hz
dynamic, open
diffuse field equalised
64 Ω
95 dB
0.2 W
< 0.2 %
circumaural
approx. 2.5 N
approx. 210 g
3.5 mm Ø stereo mini
jack plug with adaptor
to 1/4” (6.3 mm) stereo
jack plug
3 m, detachable
single-sided
OFC copper cable
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat. No. 05248
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 75503
Cat. No. 73469
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Ear pads (1 pair)
Connection cable
(Further replacement parts on request.)
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HD 580 Precision
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The HD 580 Precision are audiophile-quality, open dynamic hi-fi/professional
stereo headphones. The advanced diaphragm design eliminates standing waves in
the diaphragm material. The HD 580 Precision can be connected directly to hi-fi
systems of the highest quality, in particular DAT, DVD, MiniDisc and CD players.
These headphones are an ideal choice for the professional recording engineer
recording classical music.
Features
• Computer-optimised magnet systems minimise harmonic and intermodulation
distortion
• Extremely lightweight aluminium voice coils ensure excellent transient response
• Neodymium ferrous magnet systems ensure optimum sensitivity and a very
wide dynamic range
• Exceptionally natural, spatial and accurate sound
• Detachable OFC copper cable, Kevlar-reinforced, with very low handling noise
Cat. No. 04195
Diffuse Field Frequency Response
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Frequency characteristic
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
Load rating
THD
Ear coupling
Contact pressure
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
12-38,000 Hz
300 Ω
< 0.1 %
260 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
12 – 38,000 Hz
dynamic, open
diffuse field equalised
300 Ω
97 dB
0.2 W
≤ 0.1 %
circumaural
approx. 2.5 N
260 g
3.5 mm Ø stereo mini
jack plug with adaptor
to 1/4” (6.3 mm) stereo
jack plug
3 m, detachable
dual-sided
OFC copper cable
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat. No. 05248
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 50635
Publ. 02/02
Ear pads (1 pair)
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HD 590 Prestige
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The audiophile-quality HD 590 Prestige open circumaural headphones ensure
unadulterated listening pleasure with outstanding clarity. Selected materials and the
computer-optimised design make these headphones exceptionally comfortable to wear.
Cat. No. 04590
Cat. No. 04591
Cat. No. 04486
(English, French)
(Am. English, Spanish)
(German, Italian)
Features
• Top-of-the-range high-definition open-back hi-fi stereo headphones
• Superbly natural sound reproduction and better localisation of sounds due to
new transducer orientation (patent pending)
• Large-surface Duofol diaphragms eliminate standing waves in the capsule
• Extremely lightweight 18-mm aluminium voice coils for fast transient
response with excellent linearity, suitable for professional monitoring
• New Sennheiser patented damping element for controlling diaphragm oscillation
• Computer-optimised neodymium ferrous magnet systems minimise harmonic
distortion
• Detachable, single-sided connection cable made from Kevlar-reinforced, highly
conductive OFC copper
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Frequency characteristic
Impedance
Characteristic SPL
THD
Ear coupling
Contact pressure
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
12-38,000 Hz
120 Ω
< 0.1 %
270 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
12 – 38,000 Hz
dynamic, open
diffuse field equalised
120 Ω
97 dB
at 1 kHz, 1 mW
< 0.1 %
at 1 kHz, 110 dB SPL
circumaural
approx. 2.5 N
approx. 270 g
3.5 mm Ø stereo mini
jack plug with adaptor
to 1/4” (6.3 mm) stereo
jack plug
3 m, detachable
single-sided
OFC copper cable
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat No. 05248
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 77906
Cat. No. 73469
Publ. 02/02
Ear pads (1 pair)
Connection cable
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HD 600 Avantgarde
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The HD 600 Avantgarde are audiophile-quality, open dynamic hi-fi/professional
stereo headphones. The advanced diaphragm design eliminates standing waves in
the diaphragm material. The HD 600 can be connected directly to hi-fi systems of the
highest quality, in particular DAT, DVD, MD and CD players. These headphones
are an ideal choice for the professional recording engineer recording classical music.
Features
• Sophisticated design, elegantly finished in black and grey
• High-quality, open metal mesh earpiece covers for an extremely transparent sound
• Computer-optimised magnet systems minimise harmonic and intermodulation
distortion
• Extremely lightweight aluminium voice coils ensure excellent transient response
• Neodymium ferrous magnet systems for optimum sensitivity and a wide
dynamic range
• Exceptionally natural, spatial and accurate sound
• Detachable OFC copper cable, Kevlar-reinforced, with very low handling noise
Cat. No. 04465
Diffuse Field Frequency Response
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Frequency characteristic
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
Load rating
THD
Ear coupling
Contact pressure
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
12-39,000 Hz
300 Ω
< 0.1 %
260 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
12 – 39,000 Hz
dynamic, open
diffuse field equalised
300 Ω
97 dB
0.2 W
≤ 0.1 %
circumaural
approx. 2.5 N
260 g
3.5 mm Ø stereo mini
jack plug with adaptor
to 1/4” (6.3 mm) stereo
jack plug
3 m, detachable
dual-sided
OFC copper cable
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat. No. 05248
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 50635
Publ. 02/02
Ear pads (1 pair)
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HD 25
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
Cat. No. 02976
The closed-back HD 25s are purpose-designed, professional monitoring headphones
offering high attenuation of background noise. Capable of handling very high sound
pressure levels and of extremely robust construction, these headphones perform
exceptionally well in high-noise environments, e.g. ENG, sound reinforcement,
studio monitoring and audio equipment testing. The capsule is rotatable for one-ear
listening. Ideal monitoring headphones for cameramen and DJs.
Features
• High sensitivity due to lightweight aluminium voice coils
• Very good attenuation of background noise
• Low weight
• Adjustable split headband for exceptional comfort
• Replaceable, single-sided steel connection cable
• Delivery includes: 1 HD 25
1 cable clip
Diffuse Field Frequency Response
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
Load rating
THD
Ear coupling
Contact pressure
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
16 – 22,000 Hz –3 dB
dynamic, closed
70 Ω
120 dB
0.2 W
< 0.3 %
supra-aural
approx. 2.5 N
approx. 140 g
3.5 mm Ø stereo mini
jack plug with adaptor
to 1/4” (6.3 mm) stereo
jack plug
1.5 m, single-sided
steel cable
Profile
70 Ω
< 0.3 %
140 g
3.5/6.3 mm
steel
1.5 m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat. No. 05248
Replacement Parts
Ear pads (1 pair)
Velour ear pads (optional) (1 pair)
Connection cable
Cat. No. 40179
Cat. No. 69417
Cat. No. 40180
Closed dynamic professional headphones for use in
noisy environments, with high sensitivity and a sound
pressure level of 120 dB. Adjustable headband and
earpieces for professional monitoring applications.
Frequency response 16 Hz to 22 kHz, total harmonic
distortion < 0.3 %, nominal impedance 70 Ω, load
rating 0.2 W. 1.5 m steel cable with 3.5 mm rightangled stereo jack plug with adaptor to 1/4” (6.3 mm)
jack plug.
Product Variants
HD 25-13
as HD 25, but 600 Ω version with 3 m cable terminating in a 1/4” (6.3 mm) stereo jack plug
Cat. No. 03353
Publ. 02/02
16-22,000 Hz
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HD 25 SP
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
Cat. No. 03759
The HD 25 SP are closed dynamic headphones for monitoring, recording and
outdoor applications. They are a lower-cost alternative to the HD 25, featuring a
simpler headband and a slightly different capsule design.
Features
• Very lightweight, comfortable even if used for long periods
• Effective attenuation of background noise minimises risk of feedback
• High maximum sound pressure level
• 85 Ω nominal impedance ensures universal compatibility
• Tough, detachable stranded steel cable
• Neodymium ferrous magnet systems and lightweight aluminium/copper voice
coils for fast transient response
Diffuse Field Frequency Response
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
Load rating
THD
Ear coupling
Contact pressure
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
30 – 16,000 Hz –3 dB
dynamic, closed
85 Ω
100 dB ± 2 dB
0.2 W
< 0.4 %
supra-aural
approx. 3 N
115 g
1/ ” (6.3 mm) Ø
4
stereo jack
3 m, detachable
dual-sided steel cable
Profile
30-16,000 Hz
85 Ω
< 0.4 %
115 g
6.3 mm
steel
Closed dynamic headphones for monitoring in noisy
environments, high sensitivity, sound pressure level
100 dB. Frequency response 30 Hz to 16 kHz, THD
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62 (for HD 25 SP-1 only)
Cat. No. 05248
< 0.4 %, nominal impedance 85 Ω, load rating 0.2 W.
3 m steel cable with 1/4” (6.3 mm) stereo jack plug.
Replacement Parts
Cat. No. 40179
Cat. No. 69417
Product Variants
HD 25 SP-1
as HD 25 SP, but with 3.5 mm / 1/4” stereo jack and 65 Ω nominal impedance
Cat. No. 04173
Publ. 02/02
Ear pads (1 pair)
Velour ear pads (optional) (1 pair)
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HD 200 Master
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The HD 200 Master is a pair of closed circumaural stereo headphones with
powerful dynamics. Due to their high attenuation of background noise, these
headphones are ideal for DJ monitoring. A lightweight construction and new
ergonomic design ensure excellent comfort for long hours of listening. The singlesided, Kevlar-reinforced, highly conductive OFC copper cable can easily be
replaced.
Cat. No. 04592
Cat. No. 04593
Cat. No. 04478
(English, French)
(Am. English, Spanish)
(German, Italian)
Features
• Closed circumaural stereo headphones
• Very lightweight, comfortable even if used for long periods
• Ideal for DJ monitoring
• Very comfortable to wear due to BioNetic design
• Effective attenuation of ambient noise minimises risk of feedback
• High maximum sound pressure level
• Neodymium ferrous magnet systems for optimum audio performance
• Replaceable parts for long life
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Frequency characteristic
Impedance
Characteristic SPL
THD
Ear coupling
Contact pressure
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
12-22,000 Hz
64 Ω
< 0.3 %
140 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
12 – 22,000 Hz
dynamic, closed
diffuse field equalised
64 Ω
106 dB
at 1 kHz, 1 Vrms
< 0.3 % at 1 kHz
circumaural
approx. 5 N
approx. 140 g
3.5 mm Ø stereo mini
jack plug with adaptor
to 1/4” (6.3 mm) stereo
jack plug
3 m, detachable
single-sided
OFC copper cable
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat No. 05248
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 77905
Cat. No. 73469
Publ. 02/02
Ear pads (1 pair)
Connection cable
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HD 202
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The HD 202 closed, dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones are the ideal partner for DJs and
powerful modern music, providing good insulation against ambient noise and a vivid,
crisp bass response. The rugged lightweight headphones have a secure fit and can be
used for both mobile sources and home (mini) hi-fi systems. When out and about, a
convenient cord take-up lets you adjust the headphone cable to the required length.
Cat. No. 05176
Features
• Closed, supra-aural, dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones
• For DJs, ideal for both mobile sources and home mini hi-fi systems
• Good attenuation of ambient noise
• Earcups can be removed from the headband
• Specially designed damping perforation ensures powerful bass response
• Lightweight diaphragm material with ”turbine” embossing for extremely low bass
• Powerful neodymium magnets and lightweight diaphragms for high sound levels
• Powerful bass and increased signal levels for modern rhythm-driven music
• Clips to the belt: cord take-up for adjusting the cable length when listening on
the move
• Extremely comfortable to wear due to ultra-lightweight design, even for
extended listening
• Rugged outdoor design with extremely flexible headband
• 3m highly conductive OFC copper cable
• Replaceable leatherette ear pads
• 2-year guarantee
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
THD
Ear coupling
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
18-18,000 Hz
32 Ω
< 0.5 %
ca. 130 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
18–18,000 Hz
dynamic, closed
32 Ω
115 dB
< 0.5 %
supra-aural
ca. 130 g
3.5/6.3 mm
stereo jack plug
3m
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat. No. 05248
Ear pads (1 pair)
Product Variants
Cat. No. 85709
Publ. 02/02
Replacement Parts
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HD 212 Pro
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The HD 212 Pro closed dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones have a balanced sound
image with a slight emphasis on the bass response. DJs will like their excellent
attenuation of ambient noise and the soft, comfortable ear pads.
Cat. No. 05180
Features
• Closed, supra-aural, dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones
• Ideal for DJs
• Good attenuation of ambient noise
• Earcups can be removed from the headband
• Specially designed damping perforation ensures powerful bass response
• Lightweight diaphragm material with ”turbine” embossing for extremely low bass
• Extra-thin diaphragm for precise trebles
• Well defined mid-band and spatial sound reproduction due to foam damping
element
• High levels and powerful bass for modern rhythm-driven music
• Extremely comfortable to wear due to ultra-lightweight design, even for
extended listening
• 3m detachable highly conductive OFC copper cable
• Replaceable leatherette ear pads
• 2-year guarantee
Technical Data
Frequency response
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
THD
Ear coupling
Connection cable
Transducer principle
Weight (without cable)
Connector
12-19,00 Hz
32 Ω
< 0.2%
ca. 130 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
12–19,000 Hz
32 Ω
112 dB
< 0.2 %
supra-aural
3m
dynamic, closed
ca. 130 g
3.5/6.3 mm
stereo jack plug
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat. No. 05248
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 85709
Cat. No. 83380
Publ. 02/02
Ear pads (1 pair)
Connection cable
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HD 250 II Linear
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The HD 250 II Linear are closed dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones with the feel of
an open design. They are an ideal choice not only for professional monitoring and
live sound recording, but also for use with high-end hi-fi systems where they
ensure undisturbed enjoyment of music.
Features
• Precise sound reproduction with wide dynamics
• Extremely lightweight aluminium voice coils ensure an excellent transient
response
• Neodymium ferrous magnet systems for optimum sensitivity
• Diffuse field equalised for unadulterated listening
• Detachable OFC copper cable, very low handling noise
Cat. No. 04393
Diffuse Field Frequency Response
Technical Data
Frequency response
5 – 40,000 Hz –10 dB
10 – 25,000 Hz –3 dB
Transducer principle
dynamic, closed
Frequency characteristic
diffuse field equalised
Nominal impedance
300 Ω
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz 94 dB
Load rating
200 mW
THD
< 0.2 %
Ear coupling
circumaural
Contact pressure
3N
Weight (without cable)
215 g
Connector
3.5 mm Ø stereo mini
jack plug with adaptor
to 1/4” (6.3 mm) stereo
jack plug
Connection cable
3 m, detachable
dual-sided
OFC copper cable
10-25,000 Hz
300 Ω
< 0.2 %
215 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat. No. 05248
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 34183
Publ. 02/02
Ear pads (1 pair)
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HD 265 Linear
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The HD 265 Linear are closed dynamic stereo headphones which also satisfy
professional demands. They are equally suitable for professional monitoring and
for use with hi-fi systems where they ensure undisturbed enjoyment of music and
fine reproduction of detail.
Features
• Extremely lightweight aluminium voice coils for an excellent transient response
• Neodymium ferrous magnet systems ensure optimum sensitivity
• Diffuse field equalised for unadulterated listening
• Ergonomic design
• Detachable OFC copper cable, very low handling noise
Cat. No. 04196
Diffuse Field Frequency Response
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Frequency characteristic
Nominal impedance
Characteristic SPL at 1 kHz
Load rating
THD
Ear coupling
Contact pressure
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
10-25,000 Hz
150 Ω
< 0.15 %
215 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
10 – 25,000 Hz
dynamic, closed
diffuse field equalised
150 Ω
94 dB
200 mW
< 0.15 %
circumaural
3N
215 g
3.5 mm Ø stereo mini
jack plug with adaptor
to 1/4” (6.3 mm) stereo
jack plug
3 m, detachable
dual-sided
OFC copper cable
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat. No. 05248
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 66235
Publ. 02/02
Ear pads (1 pair)
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HD 270 Control
2.
Headphones
Dynamic Headphones
The HD 270 Control closed monitoring headphones satisfy the most stringent
professional demands. Neodymium ferrous magnet systems ensure optimum
sensitivity and a very wide dynamic range. An innovative, Sennheiser patented
damping element controls diaphragm oscillation, thus ensuring a superbly spatial,
transparent and balanced sound reproduction.
Cat. No. 04594
Cat. No. 04595
Cat. No. 04479
(English, French)
(Am. English, Spanish)
(German, Italian)
Features
• Closed circumaural high-definition stereo headphones
• Ideal for both studio and DJ monitoring
• Headphones adapt to the shape of the head due to BioNetic™ design
• High maximum sound pressure level
• New damping element for controlling diaphragm oscillation
• Excellent attenuation of ambient noise (–10 dB to –15 dB)
• Detachable, single-sided connection cable made from highly conductive
OFC copper
• Replaceable parts for long life
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Frequency characteristic
Impedance
Characteristic SPL
THD
Ear coupling
Contact pressure
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
12-22,000 Hz
64 Ω
< 0.2 %
220 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
12 – 22,000 Hz
dynamic, closed
diffuse field equalised
64 Ω
106 dB
at 1 kHz, 1 Vrms
< 0.2 % at 1 kHz
circumaural
approx. 5 N
approx. 220 g
3.5 mm Ø stereo mini
jack plug with adaptor
to 1/4” (6.3 mm) stereo
jack plug
3 m, detachable
single-sided
OFC copper cable
3m
Recommended Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
Cat No. 05248
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 77904
Cat. No. 73469
Publ. 02/02
Ear pads (1 pair)
Connection cable
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HD 62 TV
2.
Headphones
Dynamische Kopfhörer
The HD 62 TV is a pair of closed TV stereo headphones, with an extra-long
connection cable that has an integrated volume control, for direct connection to TV
sets. The headphones feature excellent speech intelligibility and a good reproduction
of the TV sound. The volume control has separate controls for the left and right
channels and can thus be individually adapted to your hearing.
Cat. No. 05181
Features
• Closed, dynamic TV stereo headphones
• Eliminates annoying headphone tizz: due to their closed design, the HD 62 TV
headphones not only attenuate ambient noise for the user but also prevent
others from being disturbed by leaking sound
• Very comfortable to wear due to lightweight yet rugged design, ideal even for
long TV nights
• Clear stereo sound, excellent speech intelligibility
• Powerful neodymium magnets and ultra-lightweight diaphragms for high levels
• Integrated volume control, left and right channels can be adjusted separately
• 6m highly conductive OFC copper cable
• 3.5/6.3 mm (_”) stereo jack plug ensures universal compatibility
• Replaceable leatherette ear pads, detachable extension cable with volume control
• 2-year guarantee
Technical Data
Frequency response
Transducer principle
Impedance
Schalldruckpegel
THD
Ear coupling
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
25-20,000 Hz
32 Ω
< 0.5 %
ca. 140 g
3.5/6.3 mm
OFC
25–20,000 Hz
dynamic, closed
32 Ω
115 dB (SPL)
< 0.5 %
supra-aural
ca. 140 g
3.5/6.3 mm stereo
jack plug
0.8 m + 5.2 m
6m
Recommended Accessories
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
HZR 62
Cat. No. 85708
Cat. No. 83380
Cat. No. 05248
Publ. 02/02
Ear pads (1 pair)
Connection cable
Stereo volume control
Headphones
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2.
Electrostatic Headphones
How electrostatic transducers work
Electrostatic transducers are comprised of an ultra-thin diaphragm sandwiched between two acoustically transparent electrodes which drive the diaphragm over its
entire surface. The diaphragm consists of an extremely thin gold-plated polymer
foil which responds to the slightest changes in the audio signal. Its elliptic shape
suppresses standing waves, which can result at the edge from the even flow of the
shape. The two honeycomb, perforated electrodes, made from high-tensile special
glass and plated on one side, have been specially developed to produce a high
polarisation voltage and ensure an outstandingly high level of sensitivity.
Connection cable
Electrostatic headphones are equipped with an oxygen-free 6-core OFC copper
cable as standard.
Description of models
HE headphones are equipped with electrostatic transducers.
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Overview
2.
Electrostatic Headphones
Cat. No.
Model
Brief Description
Variants
03073
03074
HE 90 Orpheus™
HEV 90 Orpheus™
Electrostatic stereo headphones
Audiophile-quality valve (vacuum tube) amplifier
–
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HE 90/HEV 90 Orpheus™
2.
Headphones
Electrostatic Headphones
Cat. No. 03073 HE 90
Cat. No. 03074 HEV 90
The Orpheus combination offers the audiophile the ultimate in reference sound
reproduction. “The Best Headphones In The World” – that is the unanimous
verdict on the Orpheus reached by the international trade press. Audiophile limited
edition – only 300 systems worldwide.
Features
HE 90 Headphones
• Electrostatic transducer principle
• 1 µm diaphragm
• Electrodes made from special glass
Technical Data – Headphones
HEV 90 Amplifier
• High-end valve (vacuum tube) amplifier
• All valve analogue signal path
• On-board dedicated bit-stream digital to analogue converter
Transducer principle
Ear coupling
Frequency response
Frequency characteristic
Contact pressure
THD at SPL of
110 dB (94 dB)
Nominal sensitivity
(V = 100 V)
Polarisation voltage
Weight (without cable)
Connector
Connection cable
Dimensions
electrostatic
circumaural
7 – 100,000 Hz (–10 dB)
14 – 85,000 Hz (–6 dB)
25 – 75,000 Hz (–3 dB)
diffuse field equalised
4.6 N
< 0.1 % (< 0.01 %)
≥ 98 dB/1 kHz
500 V
365 g
5-pin HV plug
3 m, 6-core
OFC copper cable,
gold-plated contacts
19 x 10 x 21.5 cm
Technical Data – Amplifier
< 0.01 %
7-100,000 Hz
365 g
HV
connector
HEV 90
OFC, 3 m
10-20,000 Hz
13 kg
Recommended Accessories
Replacement Parts
Ear pads (1 pair)
Product Variants
Cat. No. 68932
Outputs
Weight
Dimensions
10 – 20,000 Hz (–0.25 dB)
< 0.01 %
≥ 80 dB
10 kΩ
≥ 80 dB
400 Vrms
optical, digital (Toslink)
co-axial, digital
(RCA phono)
(automatic recognition
of incoming sampling
frequency)
co-axial, analogue
(RCA phono)
for 2 HE 90 headphones
approx. 13 kg
53 x 34 x 15.5 cm
Publ. 02/02
HE 90
Frequency response
THD (1 kHz)
Unweighted S/N ratio
Sensitivity/impedance
Crosstalk
attenuation (1 kHz)
Output voltage
Line inputs (switchable)
Headphones
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2.
Cordless IR Headphones
How infra-red technology works
Cordless infra-red audio transmission overcomes the constrictions of a headphone
cable. Modulated infra-red light replaces the cable linking the sound source to the
headphones.
The basic infra-red transmission path consists of a transmitting diode which
radiates the infra-red light, and a corresponding infra-red receiving diode. This is
also the operating principle of, for example, a television infra-red remote control.
The transmitter emits the IR light from a row of light-emitting diodes (LEDs). The
radiated light has a wavelength of approximately 880 nm or 950 nm, depending on
the type of diode used. The light is not radiated at a single frequency, but over a
narrow range of frequencies in the infra-red light spectrum.
The infra-red diodes are modulated by varying the intensity of the light they emit.
The simplest form of modulation operates by varying the intensity of the light in
relation to the sound signal. However, low frequencies are subject to interference
from fluorescent lights in this type of system, so Sennheiser uses a combination of
amplitude and frequency modulation. Each channel of a stereo signal uses a carrier
frequency that is amplitude-modulated, the audio signal is then frequency-modulated onto this carrier. By the use of modern technology, carrier frequencies of up
to 2.8 MHz can be used.
The optical power output of an infra-red diode is only about 16 mW (GaAs) or
20 mW (GaAlAs), so a number of emitter diodes are used to increase the overall
radiating power of the transmitter, with the radiated pattern being controlled by
the diode’s lens.
The transmitter diodes work in conjunction with the receiver’s photodiodes which
convert the incoming infra-red light signal back into an electrical signal. When light
is received by the photodiode, a current is generated in the diode. Because of the
very small photosensitive surface area of 7 mm2, receiver diodes are usually used in
conjunction with convex “frog eye” shaped lenses. A “black filter” is also used with
the receiver diode to filter out the effects of visible light.
Infra-red audio transmission is the ideal solution where cordless headphones are
required for different sound systems in the same building, as the infra-red signal is
restricted to the room.
IS....
Complete systems consisting of infra-red transmitters and headphones
can be identified by the inclusion of the letters IS in their model number.
HDI ....
Supplementary IR headphones are designated by the letters HDI in
their model number.
RI ....
Supplementary IR stethoset receivers are designated by the letters RI in
their model number.
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Description of models
Cordless IR Headphones
Cat. No.
Model
Brief Description
04379
IS 150 Mono
Stethoset system, consisting of infra-red transmitter
and mono stethoset receiver
04151
04152
04449
04450
04451
IS 300 Stereo
IS 380
Variants
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IS 150-120
IS 150-UK
39
IS 300-120
IS 300-UK
40
IS 380-120
IS 380-UK
41
Stethoset system, consisting of infra-red transmitter
and stereo stethoset receiver
Headphone system, consisting of infra-red transmitter
and hi-fi stereo headphones
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04380
04381
04150
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Overview
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Headphones
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IS 150 Mono
2.
Headphones
Cordless IR Headphones
The IS 150 Mono system consists of the TI 150 infra-red transmitter and the
RI 150 infra-red mono stethoset receiver and can be connected directly to television
sets fitted with a headphone jack socket. The stethoset headphones feature an
on/off/volume control. One transmitter can supply several RI 150 stethoset receivers.
Cat. No. 04379
Features
• Very easy to use
• Excellent speech intelligibility, good music reproduction
• Transmitter with radiating power for rooms of up to 60 m2
• Excellent transmission reliability due to new carrier frequency (2.3 MHz)
• Receiver powered by environmentally friendly NiMH rechargeable accupack
• Transmitter can charge two accupacks at the same time
• Lightweight receiver (45 g incl. accupack), very comfortable to wear
• Delivery includes: 1 RI 150 mono stethoset receiver, 1 BA 151 accupack,
1 TI 150 transmitter, 1 plug-in mains unit,
1 spare set of ear-cushions,
1 AF connection cable with 3.5 mm/1/4” jack plug
Technical Data – RI 150 Stethoset Receiver
Modulation
Receiving frequency
Frequency response
THD
Signal-to-noise ratio
Max. SPL
Operating time
Weight (incl. accupack)
Dimensions
FM, mono
2.3 MHz
18 – 18,000 Hz
<1%
typ. 70 dB
approx. 110 dB
approx. 6 h per accupack
45 g
137 x 188 x 20 mm
Technical Data – TI 150 Transmitter
RI 150
18-18,000 Hz
TI 150
45 g
18-18,000 Hz
2.3 MHz
3.5/6.3 mm
Recommended Accessories
Accupack
Suppl. stethoset receiver
Replacement ear-cushions
Replacement ear-cushions
BA 151
RI 150
EP 1 (black, firmer version, 4 pieces)
EP 2 (transp., softer version, 4 pieces)
Cat. No. 04146
Cat. No. 04383
Cat. No. 04655
Cat. No. 04656
Modulation
Carrier frequency
Frequency response
THD
Signal-to-noise ratio
FM, mono
2.3 MHz
18 – 18,000 Hz
<1%
typ. 70 dB
Power consumption
Power supply
European version
USA version
UK version
Connector
7 VA
via plug-in mains unit
NG 12-DC
NG 12-120
NG 12-UK
3.5 mm jack plug with
adaptor to 1/4” (6.3 mm)
jack plug
approx. 170 g
135 x 35 x 88 mm
Weight
Dimensions
Total height
(transmitter with receiver)
205 mm
Replacement Parts
Cat. No. 37080
Cat. No. 40949
Cat. No. 47874
Product Variants
IS 150-120
IS 150-UK
as IS 150, but with USA plug-in mains unit and AF connection cable with RCA phono connector Cat. No. 04380
as IS 150, but with UK plug-in mains unit
Cat. No. 04381
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Replacement ear-cushions, black (firmer version)
Replacement ear-cushions, transparent (softer version)
Adaptor cable for connection to SCART socket
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IS 300 Stereo
2.
Headphones
Cordless IR Headphones
The IS 300 Stereo system consists of the TI 300 infra-red transmitter and the
RI 300 infra-red stereo stethoset receiver. It can be connected directly to television
sets and hi-fi systems via the headphone jack socket. The stethoset headphones
feature an on/off/volume control. One transmitter can supply several RI 300
stethoset receivers.
Cat. No. 04150
Features
• Very easy to use
• Excellent speech intelligibility, good music reproduction
• Transmitter with radiating power for rooms of up to 60 m2
• Excellent transmission reliability due to new carrier frequencies (2.3/2.8 MHz)
• Receiver powered by environmentally friendly NiMH rechargeable accupack
• Transmitter can charge two accupacks at the same time
• Lightweight receiver (45 g incl. accupack), very comfortable to wear
• Delivery includes: 1 RI 300 stereo stethoset receiver, 1 BA 151 accupack,
1 TI 300 transmitter, 1 plug-in mains unit, 1 spare set of
ear-cushions, 1 AF connection cable w. 3.5 mm/1/4” jack plug
Technical Data – RI 300 Stethoset Receiver
Modulation
Receiving frequencies
Frequency response
THD
Signal-to-noise ratio
Max. SPL
Operating time
Weight (incl. accupack)
Dimensions
FM, stereo
2.3/2.8 MHz
18 – 18,000 Hz
<1%
typ. 64 dB
approx. 110 dB
approx. 5 h per accupack
45 g
137 x 188 x 20 mm
Technical Data – TI 300 Transmitter
RI 300
18-18,000 Hz
TI 300
45 g
18-18,000 Hz 2.3/2.8 MHz 3.5/6.3 mm
Recommended Accessories
Accupack
Suppl. stethoset receiver
Replacement ear-cushions
Replacement ear-cushions
BA 151
RI 300
EP 1 (black, firmer version, 4 pieces)
EP 2 (transp., softer version, 4 pieces)
Cat. No. 04146
Cat. No. 04378
Cat. No. 04655
Cat. No. 04656
Modulation
Carrier frequencies
Frequency response
THD
Signal-to-noise ratio
FM, stereo
2.3/2.8 MHz
18 – 18,000 Hz
<1%
typ. 64 dB
Power consumption
Power supply
European version
USA version
UK version
Connector
10 VA
via plug-in mains unit
NG 20
NT 20-120
NT 20-UK
3.5 mm jack plug with
adaptor to 1/4” (6.3 mm)
jack plug
approx. 180 g
135 x 35 x 88 mm
Weight
Dimensions
Total height
(transmitter with receiver)
205 mm
Replacement Parts
Cat. No. 37080
Cat. No. 40949
Cat. No. 47874
Product Variants
IS 300-120
IS 300-UK
as IS 300, but with USA plug-in mains unit and AF connection cable with RCA phono connector Cat. No. 04151
as IS 300, but with UK plug-in mains unit
Cat. No. 04152
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Replacement ear-cushions, black (firmer version)
Replacement ear-cushions, transparent (softer version)
Adaptor cable for connection to SCART socket
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IS 380
2.
Headphones
Cordless IR Headphones
Cat. No. 04449
The IS 380 system consists of the TI 380 infra-red transmitter and HDI 380 hi-fi
stereo headphones. High sound quality is matched by excellent comfort for the
wearer and modern styling. The transmitter can be connected to the headphone
socket of any sound source.
Features
• Headphones extremely comfortable to wear
• Can be connected to televisions, hi-fi systems, CD players and DAT or
MD recorders
• High sound quality
• Delivery includes: 1 pair of HDI 380 headphones, 1 BA 151 accupack,
1 TI 380 transmitter, 1 plug-in mains unit,
1 AF connection cable with 3.5 mm/1/4” jack plug
Technical Data – HDI 380 Headphones
Modulation
Carrier frequencies
Frequency response
THD
Signal-to-noise ratio
Operating time
Max. SPL
Weight
HDI 380
20-19,000 Hz
<1%
TI 380
190 g
Technical Data – TI 380 Transmitter
2.3/2.8 MHz 3.5/6.3 mm
Recommended Accessories
Accupack
BA 151
Supplementary headphones HDI 380
FM
2.3/2.8 MHz
20 – 19,000 Hz
<1%
typ. 46 dB(A)
approx. 4 h per accupack
approx. 106 dB
approx. 190 g
Cat. No. 04146
Cat. No. 04571
Modulation
Carrier frequencies
THD
Signal-to-noise ratio
Power consumption
Weight
Connector
FM
2.3/2.8 MHz
<1%
typ. 46 dB(A)
3 VA
approx. 190 g
3.5 mm Ø stereo mini
jack plug with adaptor
to 1/4” (6.3 mm) stereo
jack plug
Replacement Parts
Cat. No. 70831
Cat. No. 47874
Product Variants
IS 380-120
IS 380-UK
as IS 380, but with USA plug-in mains unit
as IS 380, but with UK plug-in mains unit
Cat. No. 04450
Cat. No. 04451
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Ear pads (1 pair)
Adaptor cable for connection to SCART socket
Headphones
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2.
Wireless RF Headphones
How radio frequency technology works
Sennheiser’s latest headphone development are wireless headphone systems with
RF audio transmission. Here, the cable linking the sound source to the headphones
is replaced by radio waves – just as infra-red light replaces the cable for infra-red
headphones.
The basic RF transmission path consists of a transmitter connected to the sound
source which transmits the audio signal to an RF receiver integrated into the
headphones.
In the transmitter, the audio signal is modulated onto an RF carrier and then radiated via the transmitter’s antenna. The RF headphones have a built-in receiver
which picks up the radiated signal, demodulates it and converts it back to the
original audio signal.
Most Sennheiser RF systems feature three switchable channels, thus ensuring
optimum reception – systems which are operated close to one another can be set to
different channels. Of course, the transmitter and the headphone receiver have to
operate on the same frequency, so the headphones have a tuning control to set
them to the channel chosen on the transmitter. A special filter protects the
headphone receiver against interfering signals e.g. from amateur radio
transmission.
The technology used is basically that of the tried and tested RF transmission
systems used on stage – only that, with headphones, the sound transmitted is directly
reproduced and the receiver is mobile.
The great advantage of RF transmission over infra-red transmission is that the RF
audio signal can travel through walls and ceilings – which offers an unmatched
freedom of movement. Sennheiser RF headphones can have a range of up to about
100 m (925 MHz models have lower range), so the user can move around in the
house or even outside, e.g. in the garden.
Please note: Due to varying licensing regulations, not all headphone systems are
legal in all countries. We would therefore advise purchasing a system only in the
country of intended use.
RS ....
Complete systems consisting of RF transmitters and headphones can be
identified by the inclusion of the letters RS in their model number.
HDR ....
Supplementary RF headphones are designated by the letters HDR in
their model number.
RR ....
Supplementary RF stethoset receivers are designated by the letters RR in
their model number.
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Description of models
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Overview
2.
Wireless RF Headphones
Cat. No.
Model
Brief Description
Variants
04806
04807
04808
04809
04810
04811
04812
04813
04948
04949
04950
04951
04952
04953
04954
04955
04956
04957
04958
04959
04387
RS 30
Headphone system, consisting of radio frequency transmitter
and radio frequency hi-fi stereo headphones
RS 40
Headphone system, consisting of radio frequency transmitter
and radio frequency hi-fi stereo headphones
RS 45
Headphone system, consisting of radio frequency transmitter
and radio frequency hi-fi stereo headphones
RS 65
Headphone system, consisting of radio frequency transmitter
and radio frequency hi-fi stereo headphones
RS 85
Headphone system, consisting of radio frequency transmitter
and radio frequency hi-fi stereo headphones
RS 2400 Stereo
Stethoset system, consisting of radio frequency transmitter
and radio frequency stereo stethoset receiver
RS 30-4
RS 30-8
RS 30-8 UK
RS 30-9
RS 40-4
RS 40-8
RS 40-8 UK
RS 40-9
RS 40-4
RS 40-8
RS 40-8 UK
RS 40-9
RS 60-4
RS 60-8
RS 60-8 UK
RS 60-9
RS 80-4
RS 80-8
RS 80-8 UK
RS 80-9
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RS 30
2.
Headphones
Wireless RF Headphones
The RS 30 wireless RF headphone system with open, supra-aural headphones
offers analytical sound reproduction for “live” effects and a fresh bass response. Its
transparent and balanced sound makes this system an ideal choice for rock and
pop music. The ideal entry into the cordless world of sound.
Cat. No. 04806 RS 30-4 (434 MHz)
Cat. No. 04807 RS 30-8 (863 MHz)
Cat. No. 04809 RS 30-9 (925 MHz)
Features
• Analytical sound reproduction for “live” effects, fresh bass response, transparent
and balanced sound for rock and pop music
• Transmitter conveniently stores the headphones
• Reception through walls and ceilings, in the home and outside in the garden
within a range of up to approx. 100 m (30 m for 925 MHz variant)
• Three switchable channels (2 for 863 MHz variant) for simultaneous operation
of several systems
• Special audio filter in the transmitter eliminates TV interference
• Very lightweight headphones, extremely comfortable to wear
Technical Data – HDR 30 Headphone Receiver
Transducer principle
Frequency response
THD
Max. SPL
Power supply
Operating time
Weight (with BA 151)
dynamic, open
30–19,500 Hz
< 0.7 %
96 dB
via BA 151 accupack,
2.4 V
over 4 h per accupack
approx. 160 g
Technical Data – T 30 Transmitter
Recommended Accessories
SCART adaptor (Scart plug to Scart plug + 3.5 mm jack coupling)
RCA phono adaptor (3.5 mm jack coupl. to 2 RCA phono plugs)
Spare accupack
BA 151
Supplementary headphones HDR 45-4 (434 MHz)
Supplementary headphones HDR 45-8 (863 MHz)
Supplementary headphones HDR 45-9 (925 MHz)
Cat. No. 47874
Cat. No. 72415
Cat. No. 04146
Cat. No. 04960
Cat. No. 04961
Cat. No. 04962
Range
Modulation
Signal-to-noise ratio
Audio connector
Replacement Parts
Earpads (1 pair)
Cat. No. 77963
Charging options
Weight (w/o mains unit)
Dimensions
434 MHz variant:
434.15 MHz, 433.4 MHz,
434.5 MHz (switchable)
836 MHz variant:
863.25 MHz, 863.75 MHz
(switchable)
925 MHz variant:
925.0 MHz, 926.0 MHz,
926.5 MHz (switchable)
up to approx. 100 m
(up to approx. 30 m
for 925 MHz variant)
FM stereo
typ. > 68 dBA
3.5 mm stereo jack plug
with adaptor to 1/4”
(6.3 mm) stereo jack plug
(925 MHz variant with
adaptor to RCA phono
connectors)
1, for BA 151
approx. 186 g
155 x 153 x 105 mm
Product Variants
RS 30-8 UK
863 MHz variant with UK plug-in mains unit
Cat. No. 04808
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RS 40
2.
Headphones
Wireless RF Headphones
The RS 40 wireless RF headphone system with open supra-aural headphones
features very good, spatial sound reproduction with a powerful bass response.
The transmitter conveniently stores and recharges the headphone battery.
Cat. No. 04810 RS 40-4 (434 MHz)
Cat. No. 04811 RS 40-8 (863 MHz)
Cat. No. 04813 RS 40-9 (925 MHz)
Features
• Spatial sound reproduction with powerful bass response
• Reception through walls and ceilings, in the home and outside in the garden
within a range of up to approx. 100 m (30 m for 925 MHz variant)
• Three switchable channels (2 for 863 MHz variant) for simultaneous operation
of several systems
• Lightweight headphones with soft, fabric earpads for extended listening comfort
• Headphones incorporate volume and channel controls
• Special audio filter in the transmitter eliminates TV interference
• Transmitter with automatic off function
Technical Data – HDR 40 Headphone Receiver
Transducer principle
Frequency response
THD
Max. SPL
Power supply
Operating time
Weight (with BA 151)
dynamic, open
20–20,000 Hz
< 0.7 %
96 dB
via BA 151 accupack,
2.4 V
over 4 h per accupack
approx. 160 g
Technical Data – T 40 Transmitter
Recommended Accessories
SCART adaptor (Scart plug to Scart plug + 3.5 mm jack coupling)
RCA phono adaptor (3.5 mm jack coupl. to 2 RCA phono plugs)
Spare accupack
BA 151
Supplementary headphones HDR 45-4 (434 MHz)
Supplementary headphones HDR 45-8 (863 MHz)
Supplementary headphones HDR 45-9 (925 MHz)
Cat. No. 47874
Cat. No. 72415
Cat. No. 04146
Cat. No. 04960
Cat. No. 04961
Cat. No. 04962
Range
Modulation
Signal-to-noise ratio
Audio connector
Replacement Parts
Earpads (1 pair)
Cat. No. 77964
Charging options
Weight (w/o mains unit)
Dimensions
434 MHz variant:
434.15 MHz, 433.4 MHz,
434.5 MHz (switchable)
836 MHz variant:
863.25 MHz, 863.75 MHz
(switchable)
925 MHz variant:
925.0 MHz, 926.0 MHz,
926.5 MHz (switchable)
up to approx. 100 m
(up to approx. 30 m for
925 MHz variant)
FM stereo
typ. > 68 dBA
3.5 mm stereo jack plug
with adaptor to 1/4”
(6.3 mm) stereo jack plug
(925 MHz variant with
adaptor to RCA phono
connectors)
2, for headphones plus
spare accupack
approx. 186 g
155 x 153 x 105 mm
Product Variants
RS 40-8 UK
863 MHz variant with UK plug-in mains unit
Cat. No. 04812
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RS 45
2.
Headphones
Wireless RF Headphones
The RS 45 wireless RF headphone system with open supra-aural headphones
features very good, spatial sound reproduction with a powerful bass response.
The transmitter conveniently stores and recharges the headphone battery. The RS 45
comes equipped with Center-LockTM Auto-Tuning. A simple touch of a button, and
Cat. No. 04948 RS 45-4 (434 MHz)
Cat. No. 04949 RS 45-8 (863 MHz)
Cat. No. 04951 RS 45-9 (925 MHz)
the headphones will automtically adjust to the transmitter (and can simply be returned with a second touch if it locks on to your neighbour’s transmitter).
Features
• Headphones incorporate volume control and one-touch auto-tuning
• Lightweight headphones with spatial sound reproduction and powerful bass response
• Reception through walls and ceilings, in the home and outside in the garden
within a range of up to approx. 100 m (30 m for 925 MHz variant)
• Three switchable channels (2 for 863 MHz variant) for simultaneous operation
of several systems
• Transmitter with automatic off function and special audio filter
Technical Data – HDR 45 Headphone Receiver
Transducer principle
Frequency response
THD
Max. SPL
Power supply
Operating time
Weight (with BA 151)
dynamic, open
20–20,000 Hz
< 0.7 %
96 dB
via BA 151 accupack,
2.4 V
over 4 h per accupack
approx. 160 g
Technical Data – T 45 Transmitter
Recommended Accessories
SCART adaptor (Scart plug to Scart plug + 3.5 mm jack coupling)
RCA phono adaptor (3.5 mm jack coupl. to 2 RCA phono plugs)
Spare accupack
BA 151
Supplementary headphones HDR 45-4 (434 MHz)
Supplementary headphones HDR 45-8 (863 MHz)
Supplementary headphones HDR 45-9 (925 MHz)
Cat. No. 47874
Cat. No. 72415
Cat. No. 04146
Cat. No. 04960
Cat. No. 04961
Cat. No. 04962
Range
Modulation
Signal-to-noise ratio
Audio connector
Replacement Parts
Earpads (1 pair)
Cat. No. 77964
Charging options
Weight (w/o mains unit)
Dimensions
434 MHz variant:
434.15 MHz, 433.4 MHz,
434.5 MHz (switchable)
836 MHz variant:
863.25 MHz, 863.75 MHz
(switchable)
925 MHz variant:
925.0 MHz, 926.0 MHz,
926.5 MHz (switchable)
up to approx. 100 m
(up to approx. 30 m for
925 MHz variant)
FM stereo
typ. > 68 dBA
3.5 mm stereo jack plug
with adaptor to 1/4”
(6.3 mm) stereo jack plug
(925 MHz variant with
adaptor to RCA phono
connectors)
2, for headphones plus
spare accupack
approx. 186 g
155 x 153 x 105 mm
Product Variants
RS 45-8 UK
863 MHz variant with UK plug-in mains unit
Cat. No. 04950
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RS 65
2.
Headphones
Wireless RF Headphones
Cat. No. 04952 RS 65-4 (434 MHz)
Cat. No. 04953 RS 65-8 (863 MHz)
Cat. No. 04955 RS 65-9 (925 MHz)
The RS 65 wireless RF headphone system with open, circumaural headphones
features an integrated, switchable SRS™ processor for impressive surround sound.
The system has very transparent and balanced sound reproduction. The RS 65
comes equipped with Center-LockTM Auto-Tuning. A simple touch of a button, and
the headphones will automtically adjust to the transmitter (and can simply be returned with a second touch if it locks on to your neighbour’s transmitter).
Features
• SRS™ processor delivers amazing surround sound
• Headphones incorporate volume control and one-touch auto-tuning
• Reception through walls and ceilings, in the home and outside in the garden
within a range of up to approx. 100 m (30 m for 925 MHz variant)
• Three switchable channels (2 for 863 MHz variant)
• Headphones feature SAW input filter to eliminate RF interference
• Supplied with second accupack
• Special audio filter in the transmitter eliminates TV interference
• Very lightweight and comfortable headphones with soft, velvet-like earpads
Technical Data – HDR 65 Headphone Receiver
Transducer principle
Frequency response
THD
Max. SPL
Power supply
is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc.
Operating time
Weight (with BA 151)
dynamic, open
20–20,000 Hz
< 0.5 %
100 dB
via BA 151 accupack,
2.4 V
over 4 h per accupack
approx. 160 g
Technical Data – T 65 Transmitter
Range
Recommended Accessories
SCART adaptor (Scart plug to Scart plug + 3.5 mm jack coupling)
RCA phono adaptor (3.5 mm jack coupl. to 2 RCA phono plugs)
Supplementary headphones HDR 65-4 (434 MHz)
Supplementary headphones HDR 65-8 (863 MHz)
Supplementary headphones HDR 65-9 (925 MHz)
Cat. No. 47874
Cat. No. 72415
Cat. No. 04963
Cat. No. 04964
Cat. No. 04965
Charging options
Replacement Parts
Earpads (1 pair)
Modulation
Signal-to-noise ratio
Audio connector
Cat. No. 77965
Weight (w/o mains unit)
Dimensions
434 MHz variant:
434.15 MHz, 433.4 MHz,
434.5 MHz (switchable)
836 MHz variant:
863.25 MHz, 863.75 MHz
(switchable)
925 MHz variant:
925.0 MHz, 926.0 MHz,
926.5 MHz (switchable)
up to approx. 100 m
(up to approx. 30 m for
925 MHz variant)
FM stereo
typ. > 68 dBA
3.5 mm stereo jack plug
with adaptor to 1/4”
(6.3 mm) stereo jack plug
(925 MHz variant with
adaptor to RCA phono
connectors)
2, for headphones plus
second BA 151
approx. 186 g
155 x 153 x 105 mm
Product Variants
RS 65-8 UK
863 MHz variant with UK plug-in mains unit
Cat. No. 04954
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RS 85
2.
Headphones
Wireless RF Headphones
Cat. No. 04956 RS 85-4 (434 MHz)
Cat. No. 04957 RS 85-8 (863 MHz)
Cat. No. 04958 RS 85-9 (925 MHz)
The RS 85 wireless RF headphone system with open, circumaural headphones
features HiDyn plus™ noise reduction for wide dynamics and superb sound quality,
ensuring a very natural and detailed sound reproduction. The RS 85 comes
equipped with Center-LockTM Auto-Tuning. A simple touch of a button, and the
headphones will automtically adjust to the transmitter (and can simply be re-turned
with a second touch if it locks on to your neighbour’s transmitter).
Features
• Uncompromising sound quality due to HiDyn plus™ noise reduction
• Lightweight, comfortable headphones incorporate volume control, one-touch
auto-tuning and SAW input filter to eliminate RF interferences
• Reception through walls and ceilings, in the home and outside in the garden
within a range of up to approx. 100 m (30 m for 925 MHz variant)
• Three switchable channels (2 for 863 MHz variant
• Supplied with second accupack
• Special audio filter in the transmitter eliminates TV interference
Technical Data – HDR 85 Headphone Receiver
Transducer principle
Frequency response
THD
Max. SPL
Power supply
Operating time
Weight (with BA 151)
dynamic, open
20–22,000 Hz
< 0.5 %
101 dB
via BA 151 accupack,
2.4 V
over 4 h per accupack
approx. 160 g
Technical Data – T 85 Transmitter
Recommended Accessories
SCART adaptor (Scart plug to Scart plug + 3.5 mm jack coupling)
Supplementary headphones HDR 85-4 (434 MHz)
Supplementary headphones HDR 85-8 (863 MHz)
Supplementary headphones HDR 85-9 (925 MHz)
Cat. No. 47874
Cat. No. 04966
Cat. No. 04967
Cat. No. 04968
Range
Modulation
Signal-to-noise ratio
Audio connector
Replacement Parts
Earpads (1 pair)
Cat. No. 77965
Charging options
Weight (w/o mains unit)
Dimensions
434 MHz variant:
434.15 MHz, 433.4 MHz,
434.5 MHz (switchable)
836 MHz variant:
863.25 MHz, 863.75 MHz
(switchable)
925 MHz variant:
925.0 MHz, 926.0 MHz,
926.5 MHz (switchable)
up to approx. 100 m
(up to approx. 30 m for
925 MHz variant)
FM stereo
typ. > 85 dBA
3.5 mm stereo jack plug
with adaptor to 1/4”
(6.3 mm) stereo jack plug
and adaptor to RCA
phono connectors
2, for headphones plus
second BA 151
approx. 186 g
155 x 153 x 105 mm
Product Variants
RS 85-8 UK
863 MHz variant with UK plug-in mains unit
Cat. No. 04958
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RS 2400 Stereo
2.
Headphones
Wireless RF Headphones
The RS 2400 Stereo system consists of the TR 2400 RF transmitter and the
RR 2400 RF stereo stethoset receiver and can be connected directly to television sets
and hi-fi systems via the headphone socket. The lightweight stethoset headphones
feature a convenient on/off/volume control.
Cat. No. 04387
Cat. No. 04693
Cat. No. 04694
(English, German)
(French, Dutch)
(Italian, Spanish)
Features
• Excellent speech intelligibility, good music reproduction
• Complete freedom of movement, range of up to 100 m, sound transmission
through walls
• Choice of 3 frequencies for optimum reception
• Receiver powered by environmentally friendly NiMH rechargeable accupack
• Transmitter can charge two accupacks at the same time
• Lightweight receiver (45 g incl. accupack), very comfortable to wear
• Delivery includes: 1 RR 2400 stereo stethoset receiver, 1 BA 151 accupack,
1 TR 2400 transmitter, 1 plug-in mains unit, 1 spare set of
ear-cushions, 1 set of sealing tape for adjusting the frequency
response, 1 AF connection cable with 3.5 mm/1/4” jack plug
Technical Data – RR 2400 Stethoset Receiver
Modulation
Receiving frequencies
Frequency response
THD
Signal-to-noise ratio
Max. SPL
Operating time
Weight (incl. accupack)
Dimensions
FM, stereo
433.05 – 434.75 MHz
18 – 18,000 Hz
< 1 % (1 kHz)
> 65 dB(A)
approx. 110 dB
approx. 4 h per accupack
45 g
137 x 188 x 20 mm
Technical Data – TR 2400 Transmitter
Modulation
Carrier frequencies
™
Frequency response
Recommended Accessories
BA 151
RR 2400
EP 1 (black, firmer version, 4 pieces)
EP 2 (transp., softer version, 4 pieces)
Cat. No. 04146
Cat. No. 04388
Cat. No. 04655
Cat. No. 04656
Weight
Dimensions
Total height
(transmitter with receiver) 205 mm
Replacement Parts
Replacement ear-cushions (black, firmer version)
Replacement ear-cushions (transparent, softer version)
Adaptor cable for connection to SCART socket
Product Variants
THD
Signal-to-noise ratio
RF output power
Power supply via
Connector
Cat. No. 37080
Cat. No. 40949
Cat. No. 47874
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Accupack
Suppl. stethoset receiver
Replacement ear-cushions
Replacement ear-cushions
FM, stereo
433.40 MHz, 434.15 MHz,
434.50 MHz
18 – 18,000 Hz
(with 15 kHz TV filter)
< 1 % (1 kHz)
> 70 dB(A)
typ. 10 mW
NT 20 plug-in mains unit
3.5 mm jack plug with
adaptor to 1/4” (6.3 mm)
jack plug
approx. 180 g
135 x 35 x 88 mm
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2.
Headphones
Headphones with NoiseGard™
Active Noise Compensation
One of the greatest stress factors of our time is noise. Research has shown that
ambient noise affects the nervous system and can cause tiredness, poor
concentration, tension and irritability. Of even greater concern is the permanent
damage to the hearing that can result from such noise at high levels.
How the NoiseGard™ active noise compensation system works
The NoiseGard™ active noise compensation system is based on the physical
principle of phase inversion. Tiny microphones in the ear-pieces pick up the
extraneous noise, which the NoiseGard™ circuitry then cancels out by producing
anti-noise (i.e. the original noise phase-shifted through 180°). As the annoying low
frequency noise is largely situated in a different frequency range than speech, the
human voice still remains clearly understable.
The diagram on the right shows how the NoiseGard™ noise compensation system
works with open headphones. A 10 dB reduction in noise is subjectively perceived
as a halving of its volume.
Description of models
Attenuation/dB
0
Reduction of subjectively
perceived noise with
NoiseGard™
10
20
100
200
500
1000
2000
5000 Frequency/Hz
The HDC range of Sennheiser headphones are equipped with the
NoiseGard™ active noise compensation system.
Publ. 02/02
HDC ...
Noise compensation with NoiseGard™ (open)
Headphones with NoiseGard™
Active Noise Compensation
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Overview
Cat. No.
Model
Brief Description
Variants
03840
HDC 451-1
NoiseGard™ mobile
Open stereo headphones with active noise compensation
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2.
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2.
Headphones
Headphones with NoiseGard™
Active Noise Compensation
HDC 451-1 NoiseGard
™
The HDC 451-1 NoiseGard™ mobile are open stereo headphones with active noise
compensation for mobile applications.
mobile
Cat. No. 03840
Features
• Reduction of ambient noise by up to 10 dB
• Protects the hearing and reduces stress
• Lightweight and comfortable to wear
• Considerably improves audio reproduction quality in noisy environments
• Powered via 2 AA size alkaline batteries or environmentally friendly
NiCd rechargeable batteries
• Delivery includes: 1 HDC 451 NoiseGard™ mobile
Technical Data
Transducer principle
Ear coupling
Frequency response
Nominal impedance
THD
Rated input voltage
Active attenuation
Max. SPL
Operating voltage
Contact pressure
Weight without cable
Connection cable
Plug
Power supply
Operating time
dynamic, open
supra-aural
20 – 18,000 Hz
250 Ω
≤1%
387 mV at 1 Pa (94 dB)
10 dB ± 3 dB
100 dB linear
2 x 1.5 V
approx. 1.6 N
approx. 110 g
2 m, single-sided
3.5 mm stereo jack plug
2 x 1.5 V (AA) alkalinemanganese batteries or
2 x 1.2 V NiCd
rechargeable batteries
(AA) 600 mAh
approx. 80 h (battery)
approx. 20 h (NiCd)
Recommended Accessories
Replacement Parts
Product Variants
Cat. No. 46581
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Earpads (1 pair)
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Overview
2.
Supplementary IR and RF Headphones,
Accessories
Cat. No.
Model
Brief Description
Variants
Page
4383
04378
04571
04960
04961
04962
04963
04964
04965
04966
04967
04968
04388
05248
52708
04146
RI 150
RI 300
HDI 380
HDR 45
IR mono stethoset receiver
IR stereo stethoset receiver
IR hi-fi stereo headphones
RF hi-fi stereo headphones
56
56
56
HDR 65
RF hi-fi stereo headphones
HDR 85
RF hi-fi stereo headphones
RR 2400
HZR 62
–
BA 151
57
57
58
58
–
58
04457
04458
04459
04494
03357
03359
03358
L 151-2
RF stereo stethoset receiver
Stereo volume control and headphone extension cable
Headphone cable with right-angled jack plug
Accupack for IS 150, IS 300, IS 380, RS 30, RS 40,
RS 60, RS 80 and RS 2400 systems
Charging unit for two BA 151 accupacks
–
–
–
HDR 45-4
HDR 45-8
HDR 45-9
HDR 65-4
HDR 65-8
HDR 65-9
HDR 85-4
HDR 85-8
HDR 85-9
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–
–
L 151-UK
L 151-120
L 151-10
NT 92
Charging unit for ten BA 151 accupacks
Plug-in mains unit for one L 151-10 charging unit
NT 92-UK
NT 92-120
56
57
58
59
59
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56
2.
Headphones
Supplementary IR and RF Headphones
IR mono stethoset receiver
RI 150
Supplementary receiver for the IS 150 system.
Cat. No. 04383
IR stereo stethoset receiver
RI 300
Supplementary receiver for the IS 300 system.
Cat. No. 04378
IR hi-fi stereo headphones
HDI 380
Supplementary headphones for the IS 380 system.
Cat. No. 04571
RF hi-fi stereo headphones
HDR 45-4
Supplementary headphones for the RS 30, RS 40 and
RS 45 systems, available as 434 MHz, 863 MHz and
925 MHz version.
Cat. No. 04960
HDR 45-8
Cat. No. 04961
Cat. No. 04962
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HDR 45-9
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Headphones
Supplementary IR and RF Headphones
RF hi-fi stereo headphones
HDR 65-4
Supplementary headphones for the RS 60 and RS 65
systems, available as 434 MHz, 863 MHz and 925 MHz
version.
Cat. No. 04963
HDR 65-8
Cat. No. 04964
HDR 65-9
Cat. No. 04965
RF hi-fi stereo headphones
HDR 85-4
Supplementary headphones for the RS 80 and RS 85
systems, available as 434 MHz, 863 MHz and 925 MHz
version.
Cat. No. 04966
HDR 85-8
Cat. No. 04967
HDR 85-9
RF stereo stethoset receiver
RR 2400
Supplementary receiver for the RS 2400 system.
Cat. No. 04388
Publ. 02/02
Cat. No. 04968
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2.
Headphones
Accessories
Stereo volume control
HZR 62
For all headphones with 3.5 mm jack plug, 6 m cable
with mono/stereo switch and separate left/right volume
controls.
Cat. No. 05248
Headphone cable with
right-angled jack plug
For stereo headphones with plug-in connection cables.
Suitable for connection to equipment where a straight
plug is not suitable.
Length: 1.5 m
Connector: 3.5 mm right-angled jack plug
Cat. No. 52708
Accupack
BA 151
The BA 151 accupack is suitable for the IS 150,
IS 300, IS 380, RS 30, RS 40, RS 60, RS 80 and
RS 2400 systems.
Cat. No. 04146
Charging unit
L 151-2
Charging unit for two BA 151 accupacks. Available as
European, UK and USA versions.
Euro version: L 151-2
Cat. No. 04457
UK version: L 151-2-UK
Cat. No. 04458
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USA version: L 151-2-120
Cat. No. 04459
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Headphones
Accessories
Charging unit
L 151-10
Charging unit for up to 10 BA 151 accupacks or
RI 150, RI 300 and RR 2400 receivers. Requires the
NT 92 plug-in mains unit.
Cat. No. 04494
approx. 10 h
12 V DC
325 x 98 x 42 mm
approx. 400 g
Plug-in mains unit
NT 92
Plug-in mains unit for one L 151-10 charging unit.
Available as European, UK and USA versions.
Euro version: NT 92
Cat. No. 03357
UK version: NT 92-UK
Cat. No. 03359
USA version: NT 92-120
Cat. No. 03358
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Charging time
Power supply
Dimensions
Weight
Index
Model
Cat. No.
Page
BA 151 ..............................04146 ..............56
Model
Cat. No.
Page
Model
Cat. No.
Page
HDR 45-8 ..........................04961 ..............56
RS 2400 Stereo ................04387 ..............50
HDR 45-9 ..........................04962 ..............56
English, German ................04387 ..............50
HDR 65-4 ..........................04963 ..............57
French, Dutch ....................04693 ..............50
HD 200 Master ................04592 ..............23
HDR 65-8 ..........................04964 ..............57
Italian, Spanish....................04694 ..............50
English, French ..................04592 ..............23
HDR 65-9 ..........................04965 ..............57
RS 30-4 ..............................04806 ..............45
Am. English, Spanish..........04593 ..............23
HDR 85-4 ..........................04966 ..............57
RS 30-8 ..............................04807 ..............45
German, Italian ..................04478 ..............23
HDR 85-8 ..........................04967 ..............57
RS 30-9 ..............................04809 ..............45
HD 202 ..............................05176 ............24
HDR 85-9 ..........................04968 ..............57
RS 40-4 ..............................04960 ..............46
HD 212 Pro ......................05180 ............25
HE 90 ................................03073 ..............35
RS 40-8 ..............................04961 ..............46
HD 25 ................................02976 ..............21
HEV 90 Orpheus™ ..........03074 ..............35
RS 40-9 ..............................04813 ..............46
HD 250 II Linear ............04393 ..............26
HZR 62 ............................05248 ..............58
RS 45-4 ..............................04948 ..............47
HD 25 SP ..........................03759 ..............22
RS 45-8 ..............................04949 ..............47
HD 26 ................................04212 ................8
RS 45-9 ..............................04951 ..............47
HD 265 Linear ................04196 ..............27
IS 150-120 ..........................04380 ..............39
RS 65-4 ..............................04952 ..............48
HD 270 Control ..............04549 ..............28
IS 300 Stereo ....................04150 ..............40
RS 65-8 ..............................04953 ..............48
English, French ..................04594 ..............28
IS 380 ................................04449 ..............41
RS 65-9 ..............................04955 ..............48
Am. English, Spanish..........04595 ..............28
RS 85-4 ..............................04956 ..............49
German, Italian ..................04479 ..............28
RS 85-8 ..............................04957 ..............49
HD 433 ..............................04472 ..............11
L 151 .......................................................... 58
HD 433 ..............................04472 ............11
Euro vers.: L 151-2 ............04457 ..............58
HD 437 ..............................05175 ............12
UK vers.: L 151-2 UK........04458 ..............58
HD 457 ..............................05177 ............13
USA vers.: L 151-2-120 ......04459 ..............58
HD 477 ..............................05178 ............14
L 151-10 .................................................... 59
RS 85-9 ..............................04959 ..............49
HD 497 ..............................05179 ............15
HD 500 Fusion ................04589 ..............16
English, French ..................04589 ..............16
MX 300 ..............................04418 ................7
Am. English, Spanish..........04588 ..............16
MX 400 ..............................04419 ................7
German, Italian ..................04484 ..............16
MX 500 ..............................04420 ................7
HD 570 Symphony ..........04553 ..............17
English, French ..................04553 ..............17
Am. English, Spanish..........04552 ..............17
NT 92 ................................03357 ..............59
German, Italian ..................04485 ..............17
Euro vers.: NT 92 ..............03357 ..............59
HD 580 Precision ............04195 ..............18
UK vers.: NT 92-UK ........03359 ..............59
HD 590 Prestige ..............04590 ..............19
USA vers.: NT 92-120........03358 ..............59
English, French ..................04590 ..............19
Am. English, Spanish..........04591 ..............19
German, Italian ..................04486 ..............19
PX 30 ................................04851 ..............9
HD 600 Avantgarde ........04465 ..............20
PX 40 ................................04850 ............10
HD 62 TV ........................05181 ..............29
NoiseGard™ mobile ........03840 ..............53
RI 150 ................................04383 ..............56
HDI 380 ............................04571 ..............56
RI 300 ................................04378 ..............56
HDR 45-4 ..........................04960 ..............56
RR 2400 ............................04388 ..............57
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HDC 451-1
Sennheiser is a registered trademark of Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG.
BioNetic, CenterLock, freeSound, HeadMax, HiDyn plus, Orpheus and NoiseGard
are trademarks of Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG.
is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc.
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Gami (Im- & Export) Ltd
Port Louis
Phone +230/208 8575
Fax +230/208 3951
e-Mail: [email protected]
Egypt
Technology K.A.R.
Dokki, Giza
Phone +20/2/3357061
Fax +20/2/3357061
e-Mail: [email protected]
Damoo Sound & Music
Port Louis
Phone +230/212 0583
Fax +230/454 8555
e-Mail: [email protected]
Iran
Besat Broadcasting Systems Co.
Tehran 11367
Phone +98/21/6706336
Fax +98/21/6707471
e-Mail: [email protected]
Philippines
Stage Craft International Inc.
Mandaluyong City
Phone +632/637 5922
Fax +632/637 5928
e-Mail: [email protected]
Singapore
O´Connor´s Singapore Pte. Ltd.
Singapore 118516
Phone +65/473 7944
Fax +65/472 4508
e-Mail:
[email protected]
Goh Joo Hin Pte. Ltd.
Singapore 118540
Phone +65/476 6012
Fax +65/476 6075
e-Mail: [email protected]
Sri Lanka
Swedish Trading Audio Visual
Pvt. Ltd.
Colombo 7
Phone +941/699 934
Fax +94/7471 5056
e-Mail: [email protected]
Taiwan
Sound Art Co. Ltd.
Taipei, Taiwan
Phone +8862/2307 2345
Fax +8862/2303 7653
e-Mail: [email protected]
Israel
KILIM electronics 1991 Ltd.
32 950 Haifa
Phone +972/0 4/8620222
Fax +972/0 4/8672911
e-Mail: [email protected]
Lebanon
Eltek
90843 Beirut
Phone +961/1 872666
Fax +961/3 598222
e-Mail: [email protected]
Middle East
(all other countries)
Sennheiser UK Ltd.
High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire,HP12 3SL
Phone +44/1494/551551
Fax +44/1494/551550
e-Mail: [email protected]
Republic of South Africa
Sennheiser electronic SA Pty.
Ltd.
Braamfontein 2017
Phone +27/11/4033332,3,4
Fax +27/11/4031026
e-Mail: [email protected]
Winly Production Service
Taipei, Taiwan
Phone +8862/2788 3375
Fax +8862/2788 4957
e-Mail: [email protected]
GILSAMA S.A. DE C.V. ③ ⑤
14000, Mexico, D.F.MX
Phone +525/485 3818
Fax +525/485 3817
e-Mail: [email protected]
Pace Communications Pvt. Ltd.
Mumbai 400 053
Phone +9122/633 5450
Fax +9122/633 5453
e-Mail: [email protected]
Thailand
Digital Equipment and
Transducer Company Ltd.
Bangkok 10320
Phone +667/276 8141
Fax +662/276 8149
e-Mail: [email protected]
Panama
Distribuidora Musical, S.A.
Panama 7
Phone: +507/223 0292
Fax: +507/263 5142
e-Mail: [email protected]
Sound Team
Mumbai 400 064
Phone +9122/881 4041
Fax +9122/881 0374
e-Mail:
[email protected]
Petch Siam Sound & Lighting
Co. Ltd.
Bangkok10100
Phone +662/662 6099
Fax +662/226 2612
e-Mail: [email protected]
① Consumer products
② Professional products
③ Audiology products
④ Musicians
⑤ Infrared transmission (prof.)
⑥ Conference
⑦ Multimedia
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