the t.bone HD 200

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Headphones

  • Circumaural
  • Closed
  • Rotatable earcups
  • 57 mm driver
  • Frequency range: 20 - 20,000 Hz
  • Sensitivity: 110 dB
  • Impedance: 32 Ohm
  • Max. input level: 100 mW
  • 3 m cable with 3.5 mm jack plug and 6.3 mm adapter
  • Weight without cable: 244 g
available since March 2017
Item number 399657
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 Black
Sensitivity 110 dB
Type Of Connector Mini Jack
Type Of connector Jack, mini jack
Weight 244 g
Color Black
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$17.40
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Azzogat 20.02.2022
It's been almost a year. These things have been used mostly by my 6-7yo son. They've taken quite the beating and they survive to this day. Looks like they'll last a while.

Sound is as expected for this price. Mediocre, not particularly colored but not flat either. Output levels are good.

Comfort is pretty bad. Feels like hard plastic pressing on your ears. Which is exactly what it is, bar the super-thin padding.

Quality is average. Like I've said before, it's quite sturdy but it feels and looks cheap ( and it actually is cheap .. guess that figures ).
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Fro drumming headphones: just fine!
Bob Katsionis 31.03.2021
Got this pair of cans as an extra headphone set for the drummer.
The sound is a bit mid-ranged but once I used it,found out that it highlights the mid information, crucial to the drummer to hear whats going on and play correctly.
Nothing fancy here, price tag is as always great, so you get this one without many regrets. If your drummer has higher expectations, tell him to bring his own "pro" one next time.

Dont know about durability, it has to be tested through time
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I would rather go deaf
lawless 16.07.2022
I have a big collection of headphones so that I can use many instruments or devices without having to carry around headphones.

I didn't expect much from these but thought they would be fine for my practice piano.

The sound quality is OK, pretty minimum and comparable to anything in the same price range.

However, the comfort is absolutely terrible. I fell so sorry for the top review comment who said they got them for their kid. I would rather be hit in the head with a big dead fish than have to wear these. The padding is really bad and I can feel the plastic ridges pressing into my skin. I have a normal headsize and never have any problems with headphones in general.

Honestly, I would give these away for free since they are brand new, but I would feel bad for whoever receives them.
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Very comfortable and sounds good
coldestbeerintown 05.08.2019
I have been using these pair of headphones both with my keyboard and with my guitar amplifier for a couple of months.

Pros:
It is lightweight. Quite many people miss it but it becomes important if you are practicing for three straight hours with headphones. It is comfortable and it does not bother you.
The cable is longer than enough. I have been walking around my room with these headphones on my head without problems.
The sound quality is decent. It sounds clear and crisp. It also responds to low frequencies quite well.

Cons:
The built quality could be a bit better. But there is really nothing to bothering about it.

Overall, these are quite good practice headphones with a very reasonable price and a good sound quality.
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