Sennheiser HD 700

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Sennheiser HD 700 Review
Utilizing Sennheiser's mastership of acoustic properties, the HD 700 delivers an advanced acoustic DNA never before heard in headphones.

Beginning with an angled transducer, the 700 angles sound to mimic the positioning of a set of reference monitors. This, in tandem with the DuoFol diaphragm, provides a wide sound stage with ultra-fast response and rest times: close your eyes and you are in the front row. A great headphone transducer is only half of the equation. Sennheiser's acoustic team used the HD 700 project as motivation to obtain a cleaner, purer sound in unconventional ways and thus the patent-pending ventilated magnet system was born. By venting the magnet laying behind the diaphragm, airflow was properly managed and overall turbulence was minimized. This advancement did not add to the sound- but subtracted an artifact from it. The results? Purity.

Angled transducer mimics the positioning of a set of reference monitors
DuoFol diaphragm provides a wide sound stage with ultra-fast response and rest times
Patent-pending ventilated magnet system to manage airflow for ultra-low THD
Specialty steel mesh molded to the natural shape of the acoustic chamber
Vibration damping frame eliminates unwanted resonances from entering the acoustic chamber
Ships in a luxurious storage box to protect the headphones

Sennheiser HD 700 Technical Specifications

Headset Details
Speakers -
Volume 105 dB's
Weight -
Xbox No
PS3 No
Connection Wired
Mic No Mic
Mic Noise No
Battery No Battery
Headset Features
Extra Vol No
Profiles 0
Compact No
Lighting No
Charging No
In Ear No
Cable 3m
Ear Pads No
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