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the t.bone HP 66

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Stereo Headphones

  • Dynamic
  • Supra-aural
  • Impedance: 32 Ohm
  • Frequency range: 20 -20,000 Hz
  • Max. sound pressure level: 106 dB
  • 2 m Cable
  • Includes adapter from 3.5 mm to 6.3 mm jack
Available since July 2004
Item number 170089
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Design On-Ear
System CLosed Back
Impedance 32 Ohms
Frequency range 20 Hz – 20000 Hz
Adapter Yes
Replacable Cable No
Marrone/Argento Black
Type Of Connector Jack, mini-jack
$6.30
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2124 Customer ratings

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Excellent for the price tag
TheMightyProphet 16.10.2017
I've got these as a part of the Yamaha E353 deluxe package and I have used them with the Yamaha.

Pros: The sound is excellent, very clear. The ends turn 90 degrees, hence finding a position which is comfy will be easy. I'm using them mostly on the keyboard as piano and the lows are clear enough.

Cons: They sit somehow artificial on the ears and they have the '90s feeling. This will not be an issue, as the sound is great and the ends are soft, but might have this feeling.

They arrive with the 6.3 adapter which is welcomed as these can be used on a keyboard or on any other device (smartphones, etc..)

I would recommend them for amateur use for someone who wishes to have few headphones pairs around the place at a low budget range.

I would not recommend them for professional use as I never had professional headphones before to compare, but they might be fine. Probably another member will be able to provide this comparison.
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Above expectations
Stan Pac 28.12.2021
I received those headphones bundled with a keyboard. I knew they cost next to nothing. I have a collection of relatively expensive audiophile headphones and my standards are set high. I expected those to be really awful. But surprisingly they were not!
They lack some treble detail and bass extension. But overall they are very well balanced. In fact the keyboard they came with sounds a lot better through those headphones than its speakers. Wasn't expecting it from a 5 euro product.
Those are the best ultra cheap headphones I've listened to.
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Decent sound quality for your keyboard.
BigBrownBear 30.11.2019
The headset came in a bundle with my Yamaha Keyboard. Very light and comfortable (if you have a big head). Long and very sturdy cable. The adaptor from 3,5 to 6,3 mm it’s a welcome bonus.
Now, about the sound... great for keyboard, bright medium and clear high frequencies. The bass it’s there but the headset it’s not for HIFI systems. So, price/quality very high if you understand the purpose of the headset.
For music enthusiasts, you can find on Thomann website headsets from: Sennheiser, AKG, Sony. And you will still find people complaining about the quality of a 300+ Euro headset :)
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GUIBM 11.01.2023
Serves the purpose, not bad to keep in a home studio with an electronic drumkit.
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