Behringer HPM1000

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Stereo Headphones

  • Type: Closed
  • Wide dynamic range
  • Frequency range: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Max. power consumption: 100 mW
  • Impedance: 32 Ω
  • Sensitivity: 105 dB @ 1 kHz
  • Cable length: 2.0 m
  • Connectors: 3.5 mm stereo jack
  • Incl. 6.3 mm
available since February 2003
Item number 160731
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Design Over-Ear
System CLosed Back
Impedance 32 Ohms
Frequency range 20 Hz – 20000 Hz
Adapter Yes
Replacable Cable No
Marrone/Argento Silber
Sensitivity 105 dB
Type Of Connector Jack
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Good value for money but beware EMI
Anonymous 16.02.2017
I bought 8 sets of these along with a Behringer HA8000 Powerplay headphone amp. (The original intention was to record a group of singers, but that never came to be.)
I wanted to record a 6-piece band and having plenty of these headphones, I dished out a set to each band member for monitoring purposes. However, when the monitor levels were turned up beyond a certain point, the guitarist's amp and the bassist's amp gave out a high pitched whistle. Furthermore, when playing back the recording of those two channels, the entire monitoring mix could be heard quite prominently. But when I swapped the headphones for sets of my somewhat superior Audio Technicas the problems went away.
The only conclusion I can draw is that the Behringer HPM1000s give out a lot of electromagnetic interference (EMI) which is picked up by the unbalanced guitar leads. Vocal channels didn't suffer this problem due to the mic cables being balanced. This EMI consists of everything fed to the headphones including the signal being recorded, which when the level is increased causes a feedback loop via the monitor bus causing the whistle in a similar vein to acoustic feedback. Bearing in mind that the bass guitarist's input to the recording desk was via a DI, i.e. no microphone, this reinforces my opinion.
Has anybody else experienced a similar problem?
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Cheap and cheerful
Daniel C. 84 04.10.2013
I use these mainly for listening to music at a computer. The sound is okay but not amazing, you can really tell that these are cheap headphones. It's not clear, with a slightly muffled bass response and a bit dark in the high end. However, they're perfectly functional, and the sound quality is fine for the price. They're a bit flimsy but again, acceptable build quality for the price. The headphones are comfortable to wear, and the cable is a good length for listening at a desk -you'd probably want something longer for monitoring. Overall, these headphones are good value, but if you're wanting to do some serious work, it'll pay off to invest a bit more.
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Quality meets price
vodkashot 27.08.2020
The build quality is very good. The kit includes an adapter. They sit comfortably on the head. My ears don't get tired of them. One wire is very convenient. But the sound of the uni certainly matches the inexpensive headphones. It is a little fuzzy and indistinct. But for the price, not a bad option. If you listen to news radio, then it will do. But for music, I'll take the more expensive ones.
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Uncle_B 17.02.2021
Je krijgt waar je voor betaald, dat in gedachten houdend is het een okay product. Het zit comfortabel, pasvorm is goed en als je er een beetje normaal mee omspringt kan het ding jaren mee. Het geluid wat eruit komt is niet om over naar huis te schrijven, blikkerig, weinig hoog en weinig laag en een erg vlak midden. Maar zoals gezegd, voor die paar centen is het een mooi en goed product.
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