Sennheiser’s ubiquitous HD 25 headphone range has got confusing with so many versions. But they just fixed it with some rationalisation and tweaks.
When you’ve got the most revered DJ headphones in your roster, why on earth would you bring something else out? Well that’s exactly what Sennheiser has done with the HD8 DJ headphones. But they’re not just another HD25 variant and instead go for a different market. Jared Helfer wears, listens, and writes. And fails to break them too.
Sennheiser’s new HD series of headphones were on display at NAMM 2014. Jared fumbled with the HD6 Mix, HD7 DJ and HD8 DJ for a bit.
Sennheiser rule the DJ world with the HD 25s. But they’ve just announced some new contenders. Say hello to the HD8 DJ, HD7 DJ and HD6 MIX headphones.
Cosmetic tweak or worthy upgrade? We A-B tested the new HD 25 Aluminium headphones against a regular pair and scribbled down our findings.
Call it an unboxing, or call it a photography practice session — either way here’s is a set of pictures of the new Sennheiser HD 25 Aluminium DJ headphones.
The all-conquering Sennheiser HD 25 just got a new shiny look, and some metal to boot. The HD 25 Aluminium celebrates 25 years of the ubiquitous headphone.
DJ headphones are a diverse product group these days. On one hand I love them, but on the other I hate having to articulate opinions and keep people happy.