Sennheiser HD 560S

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Over-Ear Headphones

  • Circumaural
  • Open
  • Frequency range: 6 - 38,000 Hz
  • Maximum level: 110 dB SPL (1 kHz, 1V)
  • Impedance: 120 Ohm
  • Total harmonic distortion at 1 kHz: <0.5%
  • Velours ear pads
  • One-sided, detachable 3 m cable with 6.3 mm jack plug
  • Weight: 240 g
available since October 2020
Item number 501912
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Design Over-Ear
System Open
Impedance 120 Ohms
Frequency range 6 Hz – 38000 Hz
Adapter Yes
Replacable Cable Yes
Marrone/Argento Black
Sensitivity 110 dB
Type Of Connector Mini Jack
Weight 240 g
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155 €
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JW
Great headphone
Jon Wong 23.10.2021
Great sounding headphone. Their technical proficiency doesn't make them boring. An example I can think of is eating ice cream. For example, vanilla flavor (this is whatever you're listening to) from a glass bowl (560S) that does not take anything from the flavor. The idea is to focus on the ice cream, and minimize any distraction. Other brands may suggest adding hot fudge or sprinkles to add additional experience (this is akin to adding "color" to the sound), but a headphone like the HD 560S just want the sound to speak for itself
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Has a good bit of "magic", but has its issues.
vodkadebugger 30.10.2020
Disclaimer: I've only had a few hours with these and am not a producer.

I use these headphones at home, powered by an iFi Zen Can, feeding it FLAC from my PC through a Digitech RP155 as a DAC. My favourite two hobbies at home are critical listening and video games, so that's my use for them. I also have Audio-Technica ATH-AD500X and a pair of IEMs.

Pros: very clear sound - they definitely give the impression of letting you hear everything in the music - to me they don't seem sibilant but they will cause listening fatigue at very high volumes quickly. I am very happy with the tuning of these cans - very revealing but not tiring and fun if you appreciate intricacies in sound.

Cons: build quality. Casing resonance from low frequencies at high volumes can be very obvious. This might be fixed eventually or never by Sennheiser.

Conclusion: I genuinely enjoy listening with these, the benefits to me outweigh the drawbacks and I consider these a legitimate upgrade to what I had before.
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J
Really light and sound better than my X2's
JHatton 26.12.2020
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Mainly at home for music and gaming.

Pros:
Much lighter than my previous headphones (Philips X2's), Imaging is amazing and even more precise. You are easily able to point where anything is coming from whether it is listening to music or gaming. QuIte easily driven using a G5 currently and doesn't have any issues on low gain.

Cons:
The only major issue is it isn't as comfy as people lead others to believe, compared to my X2's they are quite harsh on the clamping force and the ear cups aren't the thickest and can sometimes if not placed correctly rub on your ears. Some people with bigger ears might want to replace the ear cups which I might do in the near future if they don't break-in. My only other gripe is the cable its a bit long and might also want to be replaced with something higher quality and less bulky.
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Mit EQ unschlagbar
Paddie 20.03.2022
Sehr bequem, raeumlicher Klang, zu hell ohne EQ. Alles um 10k ist zu laut - wie bekannt, aber mit EQ bekommt man alles, was man sich wuenschen kann.
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