May 20, 2018

Sennheiser HD4.20s good?

The HD4.20s in my country has a big discount. But is it good should i get one? I dont find many reviews of this headphone on internet so it really hard to decide. My main music is rock, bass house, dubstep. And tks for i advice!
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You haven’t found many reviews for the Sennheiser HD 4.20? The HD 4.XX series is one of their biggest selling consumer lines right now in the US, I asked Best Buy employees several airport headphone vendors, and they told me they regularly sell out their stock and order more.

They have a little more bass than is technically neutral, but most reviews I’ve seen were happy with it, and should suit the genres you stated well. If your ears are larger, the pads may rest a bit on them, but it’s a balance between making them compact for wearing on the go and larger for comfort. While I probably wouldn’t recommend an HD 600 for your genres, the HD 4.20 should please you!
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What about HD4.30 i don't like Bluetooth
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Yeah, the HD 4.30 is the non-wireless version of the HD 4.40. In the US, the msrp on both models is the same, and the 4.40 comes with a 3.5mm cable so you can still use it wired if desired.

If you would never use Bluetooth, then yeah get the 4.30. However, Sennheiser’s Bluetooth has been painless and very good quality for me (I have a pair of HD1 wireless in-ears, and a friend has the HD1 Free model), with a strong, fairly long-range connection. The DAC/Amp used inside the HD 4.40 might actually be an upgrade over your smartphone’s built in components, and you don’t have tangle worries.

If they’re priced the same, I’d say give the Bluetooth a second thought, especially since it comes with a 3.5mm cable anyway. But either way, the 4.30 or 4.40 should sound better and be comfortable longer than the 4.20.
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