Sennheiser HD435 - Hi-fi Headphones wired

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The HD 435 open, dynamic stereo headphones combine outstanding sound characteristics with a stylish design. The detachable, single-sided cable has an integrated volume control. You use them at home with a mini/compact hi-fi system, a PC or even with portable players in the street. The HD 435 come with a convenient protective pouch for storage and transportation.

SENNHEISER HD 435 FEATURES
Medium-sized dynamic, supraaural headphones
For compact systems or mobile players (32ohm)
Powerful stereo sound
Highest wearing comfort
Convenient protective pouch included
Volume control
Detachable, single-sided cable
3.5 mm jack plug and 1/4" (6.3 mm) screw-on jack adapter, gold-plated
2-year warranty

SENNHEISER HD 435 SPECIFATIONS
Nominal impedance: 32 Ohm
Jack plug: 3,5/6,3 mm stereo
Transducer principle: dynamic, open
Ear coupling: supraaural
Cable length: 3 m
Weight w/o cable: 160 g
Frequency response (headphones): 18.....19500 Hz
Sound pressure level (SPL): 110 dB(SPL)
THD, total harmonic distortion: < 0,3 %

SENNHEISER HD 435 PACKAGE INCLUDES
Stereo headphones HD 435 with integrated volume control at the cable
6,3 mm screw-on jack adapter, gold-plated
Protective pouch


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  Thursday 26 April 2018       


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