The Sennheiser HD-25 is one of the most successful headphones of all time.
It’s impossible to discuss Sennheiser Headphones without bringing up the legendary HD-25.
These things are the tanks of the headphone world, and no matter what you do to them, they just seem to work. If they don’t, just buy the broken part, swap it in, and keep it going.
The HD-25 is a staple of the professional music industry and, at one point, was (and in many cases still is) on the heads of all the world’s top DJs.
They are reliable and robust, but they have a clean and accurate sound that is relatively balanced right across the frequencies. Additionally, this headphone is also famous for their isolation properties, and you should know that they block out external noise exceptionally well.
Iconic looks and designs, the latest refresh of the original are great, and it still keeps the essence of everything we love about this iconic headphone.
Some advice for you looking at buying a set of the Sennheiser HD25. Sennheiser now has three versions, don’t be fooled by the pro labeling as the headphones are the same but have an RRP of double. The only difference between the HD25 and HD25 plus is the plus model comes with a coiled cable, spare pads, and a carry case.