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Sennheiser HD485 casque hifi ouvert
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- A pleine puissance, l'écoute prolongée du baladeur peut endommager l'oreille de l'utilisateur
- Son stéréophonique détaillé
- Port très confortable, pour de longues séances d'écoute
- Membranes d'une géométrie avancée, pour une restitution plus détaillée
- Arceau et coussinets d'oreille réalisés en matériaux de haute qualité, assurant un excellent confort de port
- Support casque inclus - se fixe facilement sur une table ou une étagère (horizontalement ou verticalement)
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Description du produit
Le HD 485 est un casque ouvert circumaural offrant une qualité d'écoute exceptionnelle. Il délivre une image sonore remarquablement aérée, chaque plan sonore étant parfaitement localisé dans l'espace. Un très faible taux de distorsion contribue à une restitution sonore naturelle. La conception ergonomique du HD 485 et les matériaux de hautes qualités employés pour sa fabrication lui assurent un port très confortable, même en utilisation prolongée. Ce casque, très robuste, conçu pour durer est équipé d'un câble unilatéral détachable. Il est livré avec un support de rangement
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Je suis très satisfait de ce casque (confortable, câble détachable, et pose casque vraiment pratique)
en se qui concerne le son : basse légèrement en avant sans pour cela nuire au reste du spectre le tout bien détaillé.
Vraiment une bonne affaire !!
Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
On first impression, these sound really great -- a major improvement in range and audible frequencies. Out of the box the high frequencies are a little sharp and over accentuated so I modified the equalizer to tone them down till break-in is complete(10 hours so far). Besides that, the sounds are full and rich, and I am even able to pick up some I have never heard before in my music with the iPod earbuds. I also like the obvious improvement in bass. It isn't overpowering or muddy which is common, especially in very low sub-60hz frequences.
Some say they sound distant and I have to disagree. At first listen I was looking for that effect and thought I may agree with whoever said it until I continued to listen and realized that I was just looking for things to pick at, and that it really wasn't distant.
I have had no issues with comfort such as high pressure clamping or rubbing and I always thought I had a large head. I have worn them recently for about 3 hours with out feeling I need to switch to the desktop speakers ...why would I abuse my ears with such low quality anyway ;)
I can easily make use of the provided headphone stand so I don't see why so many poke at that.
Last night I was watching a movie on my non-amplified computer and there was a thunder sequence that startled me because it sounded so realistic.
For this review, I just now watched The Cave on my home theater setup and despite the cheesy intro, I heard every water drop and all the dust falling when they opened the old doors in the cave. The bass was powerful during the explosives seen, maybe too much for my taste ...but that is easily adjusted. I also heard a new sound the creatures were making ...so it definitely captures the entire range.
I would give these a 4.5/5 if I could, only because I wasn't blown away like I thought would happen when I switched to an over-the-ear type and because they don't enclose the sounds too well -- but I knew that would happen anyway since they are open.
Full range of sounds
Takes time to break them in and develop a richer/fuller range of sounds
For those who have never owned a decent pair of headphones, this set is a great introduction and you're not likely to regret this relatively low cost experiment in high quality sound. Despite serious music training and a love of music, I have not much enjoyed listening to music over the years because I didn't like the quality of low cost radios, sound systems, and mass market headphones and I didn't want to put a lot of effort and expense to getting a really good sound system. But then someone told me you could get really good headphones for less than $100 from Grado or Sennheiser. After some research, I decided to try the HD 485 first, though I think experiments with other sub $100 headphones such as the Grado SR80 and the Sennheiser HD 555 are in my future.
Initial Impressions (first month):
I was blown away by the great detail (you can hear coughs, fingers sliding on strings, etc.), very crisp/deep/realistic bass, and with eyes closed - the sense of being 10 to 15 feet back from the performance stage. At the same time, the middle frequencies were okay, while the treble was weird - kind of tinny and not like the instruments really sound - violins were especially bad. I think part of what makes the inferior treble so noticeable was the contrast with the terrifically delivered bass - on cheaper mass market headphone I've used, everything sounds lackluster so nothing really stands out as bad.
The detail is especially good for 1-5 instruments/voices, but orchestral music from my small CD collection sounds more muddled. However I suspect this may be due to my orchestra CDs mostly being old recordings ported onto the CD format. And there are many other faults you can hear on poorly recorded CDs as well. The worst is that some CDs have poor sound staging, so it can feel very odd like you're actually on the stage with a guitarist playing a few feet to your right, a singer a few feet to your left, a drummer 20 feet diagonally behind you and to your left, etc. So one result of having a higher quality headphone like this is that I refuse to listen to most of my CDs now because most of them have recording faults.
Later (months 2-7):
Conventional wisdom has it that headphones with higher quality take something like 20-40 hours to break in - and that is what I experienced with these headphones. As time wore on, the treble much improved (no longer tinny, and no longer standing out as being vastly lower quality than bass). The overall sound has also integrated better and sounds more "natural." However, these headphones continue to be better for bass-heavy music than those with lots of treble; it is very easy for me to imagine improvement in treble but I have no desire for improvement on bass. I have owned these for 7 months and I still get blown away by the quality of recorded music that is heavy on bass (most jazz, world music, etc.); the music sounds so alive and vibrant as if I'm really there.
Best applications: TV, movies, bass heavy music (jazz, pop, world music)
Worst applications: treble-intensive music, orchestra, chamber music - violins are the worst.
* These headphones are incredibly comfortable despite pressing against my ear (supra-aural), and despite my wearing glasses. That is the main reason I chose to try these first over the Grado SR80.
* These headphones work terrifically with mp3 players, GPS units, cell phones (including my Blackberry Curve 8320 cell phone), etc. These headphones have 32 Ohm resistance so not much power is needed to drive them (with most headphones costing over $100, you'll need more power than an mp3 player or cell phone can deliver in order to fully appreciate the headphones).
* These headphones worked well with several Windows XP computers and one iMac I've used them with, but my Dell e510 (which has a Sound Blaster® Audigy® ADVANCED HD Audio sound card) causes these head phones to have a low level crackling/hiss that is distracting and unpleasant during pauses or quiet passages. I don't know what caused that problem and haven't tried to solve it. Other headphones do not have this same issue with my Dell e510.
* Like most headphones of this sort, these are pretty big and bulky. It is not possible to put them in your pocket. But I do I sometimes use them with my Blackberry to play mp3's while walking dogs on cool days, and to do that I have to stuff a lot of the 10' cord in my jacket pocket. You won't want to use these while walking on hot summer days as your ears will get hot and sweaty - but on sub 60 degree days they're fine.
* I sometimes watch TV or DVDs using these headphones (on PCs) and they are spectacular for that purpose, as it seems many TV programs and movies have bass heavy background music.
After 7 months with the Sennheiser HD 485, I have to say that I'm very impressed with what I got for the price: Great detail, strong on bass, reasonable on middle frequencies, and weakest on treble. For many applications - TV, DVDs, bass heavy music - these are ideal. If you want high quality listening for music that features treble (violins, soprano singers, etc.) you'll be happier with a different pair of headphones. Given the price of these headphones, and the way I'm using them, I am completely satisfied.