|$79.95||+FREE s/h||In stock||$79.95||Buy|
|( 7 new from $84.95 . Last updated 29 minutes ago. )|
* Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on Amazon.com at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.
* PCPartPicker may receive compensation for purchases made at participating retailers linked on this site. This compensation does not affect what products or prices are displayed, or the order of prices listed. Learn more here.
HD 280 PRO
8 Hz - 25 kHz
Active Noise Cancelling
Sensitivity at 1 V RMS
- Closed, dynamic stereo headphones
- Accurate, linear sound reproduction for critical monitoring applications
- Optimum impedance ensures universal compatibility
- Space saving design features collapsible, rotating earcups
- Up to 32 dB of ambient noise attenuation
- Neodymium magnets for high maximum SPL
- Single-sided, coiled cable with 3.5 mm mini jack with locking 1/4" adapter
- Very comfortable, even if used for long periods of time
- Rugged construction with user-replaceable parts
- Contact pressure: 6 N
- Load rating: 500 mW
- 33 points
- 57 months ago
from completed build Fear Of A Blank Hard Drive (FoaBHD)
I've had these forever, still work great. Definitely recommend for anyone into gaming, music, and movies.
- 22 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build Noob's First Practice Build
I purchased these headphones in 2014 for $85 CAD after reading reviews about how they offer the best passive noise isolation (up to 32 dB noise attenuation as per the official website). They were not exaggerating! They don't block all sounds from outside, but they do a very decent job. In an office environment I can keep the music volume level at 10% only and that's enough to block most chatter around me. Still they won't match active noise cancelation headphones if you are in a train or plane.
I am not much of an audiophile but I am happy with their sound quality, although they are too sensitive and their volume is very high. This is good if you are using them with a phone but not on a PC where I always have to turn the PC volume down. Currently I am using them while gaming.
Some cons I can mention: They don't have inline volume control, and no mic is included. They may also become a bit uncomfortable after very long use because they apply slight pressure around your ears.
In general I am ok with them and will wear them out until I find something else much better, preferably with more bass.
- 22 points
- 8 months ago
from completed build RY23480V3
Excellent sound quality for the price.
- 10 points
- 43 months ago
from completed build Solitude - First Build
Amazing sound, I've had them for over a year and they show no signs of wear whatsoever. I can wear them al day and they are still super comfortable. A VERY nice soundstage for the person who doesn't want to feel like they're in the middle of an earthquake. Even with integrated sound without a dac/amp they are still awesome!
- 1 point
- 34 months ago
from completed build RGBeast - First Solo Build - Q4 2016
Sound quality is excellent, perfect for gaming and listening to music. The closed design keeps sound in very well once the pads are cupped around your ears.
I use these for hours at a time and my only complaint here is that my ears get very warm after these long sessions so I have to let headphones rest on my neck for a while and let my head cool off.
Has a coiled cord so if that's not your thing, steer clear or learn how to rewire your own.
- 1 point
- 2 months ago
from completed build Cadillac "Coupe de Ville"
I bought a pair of these 20 or more years ago and have never needed or even wanted to replace them. Though I would like to get the HMD 280 eventually, which has an integrated mic. No noise cancellation, but they still attenuate over 30dB so it's not necessary (or desirable in my opinion since it invariably colors the quality of the sound).