the t.bone HD 990D
the t.bone HD 990D headphone, closed back, over ear, dynamic, isolation from ambient noise (22 dBA), recommendable for drummers, impedance 35 Ohm, spl 105 dB, frequency response 10-20.000 Hz, 1-4m coiled cable, weight 358g with cable, 258g without cable, angled jack plug 3,5mm, 6.3 mm jack plug screwable
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great isolation at a great price
Anyway, when I got the T-bones along with a head amp I took them straight down to rehearsal room and did a session with the band, it was quite comical as all through the session we would be shouting at each other with the words "what?" and "what you say?" so I guess the only downfall of these as with all isolations, is a pain in the butt trying to have a conversation whilst wearing them...err more to the point...impossible...as for comfort, having eight ear rings in one ear, i never do find wearing headsets comfortable to a degree, there is nothing obvious about these and like the other headsets I have, you do tend to get a little sweaty after prolonged use of wearing.
Great headset at a great price, would definatley buy the T-bone HS990D again if more headsets were needed!
Good for tracking
Hector M., 30.10.2015
Heaps of bass and not much treble make them a muddy mess, but they are listenable if you EQ them out. Lots of 100hz to 300hz, and drops out over 8kHz out of the box.
That said, they are very good for voice-over work where no spill is of utmost important, and recording quiet instruments such as acoustic guitar to a click track.
I had a pair of these which I abused for around 3 years until the left earcup broke off the headband. They had been sat on, thrown, dropped, had stuff drop on them... anything you can think of. They only bit the bullet after being carried around on a back pack for 3 years - so pretty good build quality. The sound quality lacks a bit but in comparison to the price and the total lack of spill in or out of them it makes them a handy tool to have around when you need them - not for the sound quality, but for their other talents.
Drum practicing made perfect
For this purpose, they are perfect! They are cheap, but well constructed, solid, I don't think they hurt after using for a while (not for me at least). The cable beeing in spiral is well done, and will probably resist some hard pulls. The adaptor to a 3.5mm jack is a very nice bonus!
I play my drums with this on my head all the time, and when needed to play a long with music I plug them to my computer.
Well worth the money!
Better than the expensive brand they replaced!
£ price - guideline price only
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|available since||December 2006|
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