With the HD800s, Sennheiser retains the modern, powerful design of the predecessor. The most noticeable difference was that the main tone was changed to black / gray instead of silver. At first glance HD800s make people think of plastic instead of metal as Sennheiser HD800. Must be experienced in the real world to see the Sennheiser HD800s still the top product design. The overall structure of these earbuds is very solid, combining plastic modules to reduce weight and stainless steel components for increased durability.
Despite its size, the Sennheiser HD800s are not much heavier than the Sennheiser HD650 or Sennheiser HD598. Ear cushions and heads are made of high quality cotton (a kind of cotton used in the astronaut’s hats) for long wearing comfort, no sweat and very light. The HD800s’ speakers are thin but very large with a diameter of up to 56mm. This is one of the things that makes Sennheiser so proud of the HD800 and now the HD800s, to create true fidelity sound with extreme acoustics. The rear part, or grid of the HD800s, also has a black color that coincides with the overall tone, which has holes to expose the inner diaphragm. The HD800s offer two connection options including unbalanced 6.3 or Balanced XLR-4 to meet different listening needs.
Parameters and technology
With an extremely wide frequency response of 4-51,000Hz, the HD800s achieved Hi-res certification from Sony. The human ear will not feel the full spectrum, but this is a testament to the level of this headset. HD800s will still have a high impedance of up to 300 Ohms like the previous version, but Sennheiser said the HD800s would be easier to pull. Of course, when plugged into an HDVD800 amp, the HD800s are a bit larger than the predecessor.
Another notable detail of the HD800s is the sound absorption technology – a solution that Sennheiser has applied to in-ear headphones IE800. This technology will minimize “blurring”, which means that too much bass swallows the higher frequency sounds. By absorbing the resonance waves of the bass, other bands in the score will emerge more easily, increasing the detail when reproducing the sound.
At 56mm in diameter, the HD800s’ dynamic speaker block is the largest used in commercial headphones. This diaphragm is tilted rather than parallel to the listener’s ear to produce a more natural sound and depth. The outer surface of the headset is completely open, avoiding the echo sound.
The HD800 is a standard pair of earphones with balanced and precise sound. The sound of the HD800 is almost flat and is recognized as the reference standard for other headphones. But not so the HD800s are perfect earphones, the balance of the graph or parameters of the measuring device is different from the effects that people feel. The HD800 has a clear, clean, accurate, but slightly unnatural sound in vocal tracks. So, when reproducing complex symphonies, the HD800 lacks the natural, harmonious vocal, jazz … Another major disadvantage of these pair of headphones is the peak (dominant) at the frequency. 6kHz makes the voice, especially the soprano, sibalance – With high frequency resolution too, though, it is rich in energy and detail, but it makes the unfamiliar audience quickly get tired. Some forums have suggested modifications to the HD800 so that the sound quality is subdued, but not everyone can dabble on expensive earphones with a midrange kit. In short, there are quite a few reasons for Sennheiser to go ahead and release the upgraded HD800s to fit the listener, but still retain the great advantages of the original.
What the users like most in the HD800 is the high detail and extreme sound, all these advantages remain the same on the HD800s.
The details of the HD800s are very accurate, making the listener recognized the smallest sounds. The Seven in Explorations in Space and Time is an instrumental that features a number of small, overlapping instruments. With HD800s, these instruments have certain positions, playing very clean and separate. That’s why every click from the drumstick, snare to the ear or fast-drumming drums are incredibly detailed. With Phrases in the same album, too, this is a song with many overlapping voices that are difficult to hear, but the HD800s help the listener recognize each voice, the details of the singer’s breath. Of course, the details of the HD800s also help to identify errors in the song, especially those of poor quality.
Combined with high detail is a spacious sound space. Some people who own and hear the HD800 claim that the HD800s have a slightly smaller pitch. But it can also be considered as an advantage. The HD800 has an immense field of sound, which sometimes feels too far away from the listener, creating a vacuum. Perhaps the sound of the HD800s is smaller, but feels more complete, closer to the listener. Anyway, in real life, the HD800s still have a very broad sound. Amber Rubarth’s Grass Top is a great HD800s with cello sound that pushes away from the ears, leaving the sound of the sound coming out of the head. But the guitar in the middle of the head still feels full, in the right place. The HD800s’ front / back space capacity is also excellent, with good soundtracks, most notably the Binaural, who will not only visualize the relative position of the left / right sides of the instrument. It also recognizes that sound in front of or behind you. Down Home made this clear with two cellos behind the ears and a Cajon drum in between. High detailing plus a wide and cover-up sound really makes the track soulful and deep.
Overall, the HD800s sound a bit warmer and “color” than a bit HD800. But that’s compared to the HD800, but on the common ground, they are still very neutral earphones with nearly equal volume of strips. The HD800s’ bass range is a bit more than the predecessor, which makes the sound more natural and easier to hear, but still far away from a pair of headphones. The bass of the HD800s is average compared to the general level, even slightly less for people who like the warmth and thickness of Denon headphones.
The way that Sennheiser handles the bass strings is impressive. It will be difficult to describe briefly about this band because it varies with the nature of each record. With Stank mentioned above, the drums are re-created HD800s speed very fast, without leaving a bit of tail. But for folk and contrabass jazz, the tones are often softened with a bit of tail just like when listening to reality. Thus, although there is a slight increase in volume, the bass of the HD800s still ensure balance, neutral, express very close to the music.
The detail of the bass strings is always quite high, whether it is mid-bass or sub-bass, the drum beats are clearly structured and not packaged into a volume and then shut off. Drum beats in high speed metal are played very well, do not stick together. Subwoofer HD800s play very deep, but not down but spread to both sides so still feel the bar, slightly bright like the middle. Some people will like this style of play because it makes the track deep but clean and airy, but others prefer a stronger super-bass – and they will not choose this pair of headphones. The HD800s reproduce bass strips with very clear volume, in some drum sounds that are rounded and clear, but off slightly faster. In general, this is a way to recreate the bass strings suitable for the majority of people listening to music, moderate and close to the music, the volume of the circle is very tight and the details are very clear.
The changes in the midrange are probably what most users expect from the HD800s. The HD800’s playback of the midrange range is very nice, with high detail, slightly brighter and more close to the score. The only weakness in the midrange range of the HD800 is its 6kHz acceleration, which causes the singer’s voice to rise – sibalance annoys the listener. So, people mainly use the HD800 to listen to the orchestra, Jazz or Vocal softly, not much to enjoy the female voice. The HD800s have solved this problem with a more linear and balanced linear range, ranging from low to high-mid. Overall, the HD800s still play the midrange range with the same brightness as the HD800, which only slightly warms up and removes the “sharp spikes”.
Listen to Amber Rubarth’s Letter from My Lonelier Self, this singer’s voice is moving forward and separates from the music. Some people believe that the HD800s’ midrange range lacks the health and excitement of the HD800, but the actual experience suggests that this is fine with highspeak recordings. For example, Celine Dion or Mariah Carey has a very bright voice. In the HD800s, whether male or female, they also become more natural and easy to feel.
For instrumental or classical music, the midrange range is also very convincing. With Pachelbel’s Canon in D concerto, the violin is very clean and clear, showing the tone of the instrument. At the climax of many instrumental ensembles, high reproducibility, rich sound and clean backgrounds, the HD800s showcase the whole orchestra without tangling or smudging together. With the high midrange no longer being dazzling, the HD800s play saxophone (especially soprano), violin or piano in a gentle way, closer to the listener.
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Treble sound is always reproduced HD800 with full energy, extremely wide sound. Moreover, these headsets play treble quite bright and sharp compared to common ground. This is why the German audio company has reduced the HD800s’ high pitch a bit, just enough for the upgrade to still hold the top spot in the treble category. When Dave Brubeck Quartet’s Take Five was released, the striking impression was that the Cymbal was extremely energetic, bright and cool, spreading in silence. The advantage of the HD800s compared to the predecessor is the treble is not shocking sibalance again, the entire high range appears naturally and lightly.
Some of the members on the Head -Fi forum have also discussed this issue, many agree with the statement that the HD800s are slightly more natural and realistic than the high- Created by the HD800.
Indeed, the lighter but still richer treble combined with the enhanced bass strings make the HD800s perform more balanced and natural music than the technical and theoretical benchmarks of the HD800.
No pair of earphones satisfy the whole world of sound. The changes on the HD800s are great for those who prefer a comfortable, light but still not comfortable sound with high detail and honesty. While there are others who like the accuracy and power of the previous version (HD800) more. The introduction of the HD800s upgrade shows Sennheiser really listening to the market to meet the wishes of the masses. The German audio company has proven itself to be a “monument” for audiophile audiences. In response to those efforts, the reward that Sennheiser received was the HD800s – which is better for a great pair of headphones.
+ Design, finishing and excellent materials.
+ Apply the latest audio technology.
+ Natural sound, warmth. Overcome the shortcomings of the previous version, while retaining the well-known advantages.
– Requires compatible cogeneration equipment such as high-powered DAC, high-end amplifier.
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