Designed to cater to the needs of the professional sound technician, the HD6 MIX is constructed of rugged, lightweight parts and built to withstand years of work in the studio. Sound-wise, they deliver an accurate, balanced sound reproduction suitable for mixing and monitoring.
Their soft, durable ear cushions ensure a comfortable fit even over extended periods of use while at the same time reducing background noise to a minimum so that you can concentrate on finding the perfect mix.
At home in a studio environment, the HD6 MIX is the right choice for those who use their headphones to create sounds that move the masses.
Sennheiser’s proprietary acoustics system delivering a balanced and accurate sound.
Elliptical, circumaural design for maximum comfort and reduces background noise to a minimum in even the loudest of listening environments.
150 ohm impedance for optimum compatibility with studio and mixing equipment
Crafted from durable, high quality parts to guarantee years of use
Single-sided coiled cable can be attached to either ear cup; straight cable included (both up to 3m)
Comes with a premium protective case
Two year warranty
ELEGANTE Y BUEN SONIDO
This is a curious beast of a headphone that basically, with the right material and strong amplification, creates a performance that is visceral and has not been matched by most other headphones I've listened to thus far. It's a very specific headphone that I would recommend wholeheartedly if the material and amplification is right.
I searched but could never find a good review of the "DJ" headphones vs the more "audiophile" headphones. So I took a chance and bought this pair. My feelings are mixed. First off, the box and case it came in were ridiculously upscale - they should have saved some money for the headphones instead. They are quite attractive - and don't match the picture. They have a nice metallic gray finish on the plastic parts, and the headband and earcups are black. Blue accent logos. I do have the issue others mention about the cord making noise back into the headphones when it rubs on my shirt - I think that is an inherent problem with noise isolating headphones. I have a small head, so i always worry about the fit. These are the first set I've had where I actually had to open up the headband a notch or two because they were too tight. I immediately noticed that they fit much tighter on my head than other senni pairs I have. I'm not sure I can take it all day. I also don't have big ears, but I could feel the inner surface of the headphones against my ear as soon as I put them on. I guess the earcup depth is much less than I'm used to - which will also make them uncomfortable for long extended use. Now for the sound. Well, they won't touch my old HD590's or my HD559's for sound quality. They do have significantly more bass than the open headphones referenced above. The bass is well controlled and not overdone. But they suffer on the high end quite significantly. The imaging is muddy and mids are also muddy. Swapping to my HD590's instantly opens up the sound and clarity - so much so that I'd rather not go back. That being said, I did buy them for the noise isolation - and for that they work. I will just have to swap back and forth for sound quality and comfort. I will probably try the HD598CS next - hopefully the more "audiophile" style in a closed back design will give me the performance I'm looking for.