Sennheiser HD 600 Price in Singapore & Specifications
Price List by Country for Sennheiser HD 600
|Release Date in Singapore|
|Ports & interfaces|
|3.5 mm connector||Yes|
|Headphone frequency||12 - 39000 Hz|
|Headphone sensitivity||97 dB|
|Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)||0.1%|
|Cable length||3 m|
Reviewed on 2019-01-12
As seen above, we have given you a brief summary of our experience and thoughts on the Sennheiser HD 6XX which was a collaboration with Massdrop. In the sections below, we will dive deeper into the various subsection of summary giving you a more detailed...Read more >
Reviewed on 2016-06-24
Here at MajorHifi, we review new and old headphones alike - whatever we can get our mits on, really. And sometimes we forget to review certain headphones because they are already established as sonic staples in the audiophile landscape. The $399 Sennhei...Read more >
Reviewed on 2016-04-17
Good build quality, Replaceable parts, Clear and warm sound,
Stock cord is too long, Unattractive design, Not really comfortable
Most high-end headphones lose value very fast and if you sell yours 1 year later, you often receive just half the amount you paid for it. However, there are some headphones that are not discounted at all throughout the years, even after nearly two decades...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-08-02
This all started when I got a HD600 loaner from Jay. I told him I haven’t listened to the HD600 for a while, and asked him if I can borrow his HD600. Being the generous guy that Jay is, the HD600 arrived at my desk without much delay. The HD600 is simi...Read more >
Reviewed on 2008-05-13
Sennheisers high-end open-air headphones deliver deep bass, luxuriously padded ear cups, and a replaceable cord for a more economical price than their flagship model.
Expensive; not the best solution for portable listening; gray and black plastic finish doesnt scream high end.
The Sennheiser HD 600 headphones are a good choice for home listening if youre willing to pay for high quality sound.Read more >
Reviewed on 2007-03-30
It’s not often that I review headphones as most of the models I’ve heard aren’t much to write home about. However, upon speaking with Ivy Scull of HeadRoom, she sold me with a pretty convincing argument about the sonic joys of a quality...Read more >
Reviewed on 2007-02-13
Reference sound quality that can’t be beat for the price. Sennheiser’s reference headphones have been surpassed by the new HD650s, but the HD600 remain a real bargain. Exceptional build quality.
Have been surpassed by the new HD650s. Slightly uncomfortable. Somewhat forward sounding.
The former reference is still better than what 95% of the planet is listening to and that's the truth, Ruth.The Sennheiser HD600 headphones came onto the market about 10 years ago and set off a revolution, or at least fed one.In a world of competing so...Read more >
Reviewed on 1998-02-01
Sometimes, the only thing thatll soothe the cares and lift the thoughts of man is kicking back and letting glorious music wash over you. Isnt that why were all here? But no sooner do you sit yourself down in the sweet spot and cue up, say, Mozarts ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-01-01
Brilliant mid and vocal sounds, Prominent strong bass
Clamping effect on some people’s heads, Costly, Treble rolloff The Final Word A great all around headphone with a slightly warm sound that will suit some people, but the treble has a distinctive roll off and depending on your needs there may be ...
Previously the flagship model of Sennheisers headphone range (excluding the infamous HE90, which can cost upwards of $15,000 in the Orpheus combination), the HD600s now play second fiddle to the HD650s. Despite no longer being top dog however, these h...Read more >