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HD 800 S
HD 800 S
HD 800 S
Koptelefoon met hoge resolutie

HD 800 S

A modern classic, Sennheiser’s reference class HD 800 headphones deliver sound that is as natural as possible and true in every detail. Improving on a seemingly perfect formula is not a task undertaken lightly, but Sennheiser’s engineers have succeeded in enhancing still further the sound reproduction in the open, circumaural HD 800 S.
1,599.00
incl. BTW – gratis verzending
Artikel nr. 506911

Overzicht

Het opvallende industriële design laat vorm en functie perfect op elkaar aansluiten. De gelaagde, uit metaal en plastic opgebouwde hoofdband onderdrukt trillingen naar de oorkappen, terwijl de met de hand vervaardigde oorkussens uit microfiber een uitzonderlijk draagcomfort garanderen, zodat luisteren ook na de langste sessies nog leuk blijft.

De HD 800 en de HD 800 S zijn met de grootste nauwgezetheid in Duitsland vervaardigd. Daarbij werden met het oog op de perfectie ervan alleen de fijnste materialen en onderdelen gebruikt. De transducer zit vervat in roestvast metaal terwijl voor de hoofdband en de montuur uiterst geavanceerde materialen werden gebruikt uit de wereld van de ruimtevaart, vanwege hun combinatie van sterkte en minimaal gewicht.

Absorbertechnologie van de HD 800 S

De verbeterde geluidsweergave van de HD 800 S is te danken aan het toevoegen van de innovatieve absorbertechnologie die voor eerst werd ingebouwd in de Sennheiser IE 800, een doorbraak die de hoorbaarheid van zeer hoge frequenties behoudt, door het wegwerken van een fenomeen dat bekendstaat als het ‘maskeringseffect’, waarbij het menselijke oor moeite heeft met frequenties als tegelijk ook lagere geluiden met een hoger volume te horen zijn. Door het absorberen van de energie van de resonantie vermijdt Sennheisers gepatenteerde absorbertechnologie ongewenste pieken, waardoor alle frequentiecomponenten en ook de fijnste nuances in de muziek hoorbaar worden. Deze vernieuwing was doorslaggevend om van de IE 800 ‘s werelds best klinkende in-ear koptelefoon te maken en bij de HD 800 S leidt ze nu tot een nog hogere zuiverheid en precisie.

Absorbertechnologie van de HD 800 S

Dergelijke verbeteringen bouwen voort op de formidabele successen van de klassieker, met de 56 mm-transducer, de grootste die ooit in een dynamische koptelefoon is gebruikt. Het unieke ontwerp van de oorkap stuurt de geluidsgolven onder een kleine hoek naar het oor, om een indrukwekkende natuurlijke en ruimtelijke luisterervaring tot stand te brengen.

Hoewel veel hetzelfde is gebleven worden de betere prestaties toch ook onderstreept door een opvallende nieuwe look, waarbij de zilveren afwerking van de klassieke HD 800 uit 2009 plaats maakt voor het klasse- en stijlvolle matzwart van de HD 800 S.

Functies

  • Geoptimaliseerde referentie in de klasse van de koptelefoons met kabel
  • Open, ooromsluitende dynamische stereokoptelefoon
  • Verbeterde geluidsweergave dankzij de absorbertechnologie
  • Stijlvolle, matzwarte, metalen onderdelen
  • Natuurlijke luisterervaring, realistisch en levensecht klankveld met minimale resonantie
  • De grootste omzetters die ooit in een koptelefoon werden ingebouwd, nu met een innovatief dynamisch ontwerp
  • Niet-afgedekte oorkappen voor een verbeterde akoestiek
  • Met de hand vervaardigde oordoppen uit microfibertextiel van hoge kwaliteit
  • Metalen hoofdband met dempelement binnenin
  • Speciaal afgestemde, gebalanceerde kabel met vermogensaanpassing en een lage elektrische capaciteit
  • Speciale koptelefoonstekkers voor een hoge nauwkeurigheid
  • 2 jaar garantie

Wat zit erbij?

  • HD 800 S
  • Kabel met 6,3 mm-jackstekker
  • Schoonmaakdoekje in microvezel
  • Handleiding
  • USB flash drive

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Technische gegevens

  • Kleur
    zwart
  • Draagstijl
    Headband
  • Impedantie
    300 Ω
  • Audio-XLR-aansluiting
    XLR-4
  • Frequentiereactie
    4 - 51.000 Hz (-10 dB)
  • THD, totale harmonische vervorming
    0,02 % (1 kHz 1 Vrms)
  • Contactdruk
    ~ 3,4 N (± 0,3 N)
  • Oorkoppeling
    Ooromsluitend
  • Stekkerbus
    6,3 mm/ XLR-4
    XLR-4 (optional)
  • Kabellengte
    3 m
  • Transductorprincipe
    Dynamisch Open
  • Weight w/o cable
    330 g

FAQ

  • How do I get Frequency Response Certificate for my HD 800 headphones?

    The HD 800 headphones are hand assembled in Germany and hence each headphone has a unique frequency response.

    To obtain the Frequency Response Certificate for a specific HD 800 the headphones must be registered with the Sennheiser office in Germany and once the headphones are registered then the Frequency Response Certificate will be provided.

    The Frequency Response Registration for the HD 800 can be done through this link: (http://en-de.sennheiser.com/service-support/services/register-your-product)



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  • What does "Circumaural" mean?

    CIRCUMAURAL headphones (sometimes referred to as "Around Ear" headphones) encircle the ear creating a seal thereby effectively reducing ambient noise from getting to the ear. This is known as passive noise reduction.
    This type of headphone is most effective in a high noise environment where it's necessary to eliminate as much of the environmental noise as possible for effective communication.



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  • Transducer

    A transducer is device that converts energy from one form to another.
    For example a microphone converts sound waves into electrical energy and headphones convert that electrical energy into sound waves.



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  • What do I do if the headband of my headphones is too loose?

    Headphones are designed to fit the widest percentage of the general population however every person is different and some wearers may feel the headband of the headphones is initially too loose.

    A common trick to make the headband of headphones tighter is to place the headphones over something (like a stack of books) that is slightly smaller than the headphones currently are and then wrap the headphones with a cord or elastic band to squeeze the headphones inwards to make them tighter. The purpose of the object between the headphones is to ensure that the headphones are not squeezed too tightly as you don't want the headband to crack. NOTE: The headphones may need to be left in this position for a day or two or the process may need to be repeated a few times until the desired headband tightness is reached.



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  • What do I do if the headband of my headphones is too tight?

    Headphones are designed to fit the widest percentage of the general population however every person is different and some wearers may feel the headband of the headphones is initially too tight upon the head.

    While most headphones will break-in as they are used sometimes this process needs to be helped along and hence a common trick to stretch the headphones is to place the headphones on something (a stack of books, the arm of a couch, etc) to give a little stretch to the headband. When left there for a day or so the tension in the headphone will loosen up and will help to get a proper fit without any discomfort. It is important to remember though to go little by little because too much stretch in a short time could cause a break or crack in the headband if it is stretched too much.



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  • What amplifiers are recommended for Sennheiser headphones?

    Other than recommending the Sennheiser HDVD 800 and HDVA 600 amplifiers for our high end audiophile headphones we do not provide amplifier recommendations because there are simply too many factors (including cost, features, etc) that need to be accounted for when choosing an amplifier.

    For amplifier recommendations Sennheiser suggests that our customers check out this headphone forum (www.head-fi.org) where the moderators and member test a variety of different amplifiers of varying costs and features and can provide feedback on how the different amplifiers perform under different circumstances.



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  • What is Sennheiser's stance on "Burn In" Theory?

    At Sennheiser we do not have an official stance regarding the theory that headphones need a "burn in" period. Sennheiser headphones are designed to sound great from the first moment they are plugged in.

    Some argue that over period of time a user will become more accustomed to the particular headphones.  With this, they will start to notice more of the frequency response range and nuances that the headphones are capable of producing. This argument suggests that over time a user will develop a greater appreciation of the headphones and what they are capable of.

    For additional information regarding the theory of "burn in" there is plenty of discussion at Head-Fi.org (http://www.head-fi.org).



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  • What is the difference between "open" and "closed" ear cups on headphones?

    With Sennheiser headphones the audio will always be accurate and responsive and is sure to please no matter what situation you need it for.

    An open (sometimes referred to as "open aire" headphone is one that uses some external airspace to reproduce life-like audio within the ear-cup. Think of it as having premium speakers next to your ears that you can control the volume for with extreme precision. The trade-off is that at extreme volumes some sound will leak out. Some of our "open aire" models include the HD 800, HD 700, HD 650, HD 600, HD 598, HD 558 and HD 518.  

    A closed headphone isolates you from your environment and vice-versa (ie: the sound is contained within the headphones). This is perfect for critical listening or a situation where you do not want to disturb/be disturbed. Some of our "closed" models include the MOMENTUM, Urbanite XL, HD 380 PRO, HD 280 PRO, HD 449 and HD 439.



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  • What should I do if I only get sound in one side of the headphones or have general sound quality issues?

    If the headphones have sound in only one ear or differing sound levels in each ear or the sound in general is not what you expected then it needs to be determined where the issue lies - with the headphones or with the audio source.

    NOTE: If your headphones feature a removable cable ensure that the cable is securely in place in the headphones. Many of the removable cables feature a twist to lock function and if the cable is not securely in place there will connectivity issues. In instances where there are two cables available (ie: a plain audio cable and an Apple compatible cable) try the alternate cable to ensure the issue is not cable specific. 

    The first thing to do is ensure that you have the audio plug of the headphones connected securely into the audio device. A properly connected cable should not wiggle. If the plug wiggles that could indicate a loose connection. NOTE: This could be a result of the cable not being plugged all the way in or it could be a faulty input or sometimes if the device you are connecting to has a case on it the case will prevent the cable plugging in correctly.

    The next thing to do is to check and make sure that there is no debris (ie: no dust or lint) in the headphone jack of the audio source that may be inhibiting connectivity and causing sound issues.

    The next thing to do is to check that the connecting jack is clean. If oils from the hands gets builds up on the plug or sweat evaporates on the plug the salts and grime may prevent proper contact from occurring. The connecting jacks can be cleaned using a basic alcohol wipe.

    The next thing to do is to try the headphones on a different audio source to check that it is not the original audio source (or a setting on the audio source) that is creating the issue. If you connect to an alternate audio source and the issue is not there then you know the headphones are fine and the original audio source is the issue. NOTE: Many modern audio devices have audio limit pre-set at the factory and these limit need to be changed to get the full audio signal out of the device and to the headphones.

    If it is determined that the headphones are the issue please contact Sennheiser directly for steps on how to proceed forward.



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  • Why do the speakers shut off when I connect my headphones to the headphone port?

    A connection to the headphone jack of any audio component (ie: TV, A/V receiver, computer, etc) will automatically disable the speakers.

    If you need the speakers active so others can be enjoying the same audio we recommend connecting your headphones to the audio outputs (ie: RCA outputs, digital optical audio output, digital coaxial audio out, etc) of the audio component rather than the headphone output.



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Downloads

  • EU-conformiteitsverklaring
    • EU Declaration of Conformity HD 800_Series (620 KB) Download

  • Gebruiksaanwijzing
    • Instruction manual HD 800 S (29 MB) Download