• CONTEST ALERT - Experience the power of DDR5 memory with Kingston Click for details

Sennheiser Headphone advice

Better headphone out of these

  • Sennheiser HD 449

    Votes: 1 33.3%
  • Sennheiser HD 439

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Sennheiser HD 215 II

    Votes: 2 66.7%

  • Total voters
    3

The Incinerator

Human Spambot
Try
Brainwavz HM3 - Rs 4500
Audio Technica ATH-T500- Rs 4500
Audio Technica ATH - AD500 - Rs 5500
Audio Technica ATH - M35 - Rs 4300 - darker sound,laidback.
 
OP
sam142000

sam142000

Journeyman
Try
Brainwavz HM3 - Rs 4500
Audio Technica ATH-T500- Rs 4500
Audio Technica ATH - AD500 - Rs 5500
Audio Technica ATH - M35 - Rs 4300 - darker sound,laidback.

Ya....now I'm thinking of buying the M35 only

Just found, Audio Technica ATH-T500 have 40ohms impedence, AD500 is 66ohm, M35 has 65 ohms, and M50 has 38ohms.
AFAIK headphones with upto 32ohms work fine with laptops. Could someone help?
 
Last edited:

Superayush

Tech lover
can you upload a high res pic?

image.jpg
 

The Incinerator

Human Spambot
Ya....now I'm thinking of buying the M35 only

Just found, Audio Technica ATH-T500 have 40ohms impedence, AD500 is 66ohm, M35 has 65 ohms, and M50 has 38ohms.
AFAIK headphones with upto 32ohms work fine with laptops. Could someone help?

Universal Law......

The lower the Ohms the harder it is to drive,but louder output.
The higher the Ohms ,more easy to drive by the amp,but lower volumes.
Then theres the sensitivity the higher the louder will be your cans.
 
OP
sam142000

sam142000

Journeyman
Universal Law......

The lower the Ohms the harder it is to drive,but louder output.
The higher the Ohms ,more easy to drive by the amp,but lower volumes.
Then theres the sensitivity the higher the louder will be your cans.

So will a 65ohm headphone work fine with my laptop, given that I don't have an amp and I'm not planning to buy it anytime soon??
 
Top Bottom