Sennheiser HD555 Video
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Sennheiser HD555 Review
The good: Sleek styling; very comfortable; rich tonal balance; well suited for home theater.
The bad: Open-backed design may not be ideal for private listening; so-so music performance.
The bottom line: The HD555s' speakerlike sound is the hot ticket for DVD thrill seekers.
Sennheiser HD555 Specs
Part number: HD555
- Product Specifications