Sennheiser EH350 Headphone Reviews

Manufacturer Sennheiser Model EH350
Headphone Type Open Circumaural Headband Type Single
Weight (g) 130 Driver Type Dynamic
Enclosure Material Plastic Isolation (dB) 10
Impedance (ohms) 32 Cable Length (cm) 300
Frequency Response (Hz) 14 - 22000  
Connector 3.5mm Street Price US$58
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Average reviewer scores
Bass Extension 5.0 Bass Impact 4.3
Bass Quality 6.0 Mids Quality 5.7
Highs Quality 5.3 Soundstage 4.3
Detail 5.0 Portability 4.7
Isolation 0.7 Comfort 6.0
Durability 6.0 Improvement With Amplification 3.3
Value for Money 7.3    
Overall Score 5.5 Total Reviews 3

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Review by Senior Member NA Blur on 23 Jul 09  04:39
Individual review
Bass Extension6
Bass Impact6
Bass Quality5
Mids Quality6
Highs Quality5

The Sennheiser EH series are all great introductory headphones that provide adequate sound reproduction with mild comfort.

The Sennheiser EH350 is flat compared to the EH250, but the quality enhancement is certainly present. If you want bass go with the Sennheiser EH250, but if you want better monitor headphones go with the EH350's.

These work great with an iPod and if you want a great track to check them out on try Beck's "Midnite Vultures" and see if you like them.

Long listening sessions results in slight muscle fatigue around the outside of the ear, but you can adjust them a little and the comfort returns.

Bass Extension: 6
Bass Impact: 6
Bass Quality: 5
Mids Quality: 6
Highs Quality: 5
Soundstage: 6
Detail: 4
Portability: 4
Isolation: N/A
Comfort: 4
Durability: 6
Improvement With Amplification: 4

Review by Senior Member qazwsx on 19 Nov 07  06:43
Individual review
Bass Extension5
Bass Impact4
Bass Quality7
Mids Quality6
Highs Quality6

The EH350 is part of Sennheiser's new Evolution-series line. The EH350's are different than the rest of the line, in that they are more focused on mids and highs and seem to lack bass impact/extension.

REVISITED: The eH350's are one heck of a headphone for their pricepoint, even a value at their MSRP of $140. (Though these are easily spotted under $80) The overall sound is not dominated in any one area of sound and are very well balanced. Bass extension is fairly decent. There is a noticeable roll off but deep frequencies are represented. Impact is rather so-so, and the eH350's are not the better club/hip-hop headphones. The quality of the bass, however, is very good. It remains tight and controlled without becoming messy or blotting. The mids are very slightly forward, but to a good extent. Vocals, both male and female, are well presented. The mids are very smooth. The highs are surely shown, and at times the headphones may be a bit bright on some recordings. The sound is far from veiled, and detail remains very good. Soundstage is fairly special, though the headphones bring more of a studio performance than a live show. The headphones are very comfortable though the pads may not fit those with larger ears.

A very good set of cans for the money. I definitely do recommend Sennheiser eH350 headphones. Sound quality is very good for the price, the headphones are comfortable, and are made with a solid build.

Review by Member amy_w036 on 21 May 07  13:50
Individual review
Bass Extension4
Bass Impact3
Bass Quality6
Mids Quality5
Highs Quality5

Pretty good headphones for the price--more like a more musically oriented MDRV6 if anything. Higs are good, good detail, mids are upfront, bass is good but weakly presented, nice seperation. Soundstage is nothing special. Typical "monitoring" headphones--upfront mids and highs, not much soundstage, and detailed. Good value for its low price going.

Sennheiser EH350