HD800 Headphones

  • Photo by Marc Buchholz
    Photo by Marc Buchholz

    Audiophiles have several technological innovations to thank for the remarkable sound reproduced by Sennheiser’s HD800 dynamic circumaural headphones. 2.2-inch transducers—the largest of any ear cans—drive a frequency response from 6 to 51,000 Hz; ring-shaped drivers with minimal surface area minimize interference; and angled ear cups transmit audio into the ear canal with such naturalness that the sound appears derived from a sound stage much larger than that of any other headphones on the market.

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