Review: Sennheiser HD 4.30

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Review: Sennheiser HD 4.30

Sennheiser has always been known for quality headphones and the new HD 4.30 is no different either. The HD 4.30 features a closed-back, around-ear design, which is finished off with plush ear pads.

Wearing the headphones is very comfortable even for extended periods. The overall design of the HD 4.30 is quite good and the build quality is light and sturdy.

The headphones feature a foldable construction thereby allowing you to carry it around without much hassle. The headphones are available in two variations and colours.

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The test unit we received was specifically made for Android devices, though another iOS variant is also available. Both the models feature an in-line 3-button remote conveniently located on the detachable cable that allows you to control calls, music playback and volume.

In terms of performance, the Sennheiser HD 4.30 offers good audio quality. Sennheiser has done a good job with the low end on the HD 4.30. With a decent amount of detail, the real show-stealer is its bass capabilities.

The midrange on this headphone is also good, through it could be better. In terms of highs, the HD 4.30 lacks a bit of detail in the output.

If you are on the market for a headphone that can deliver very good bass performance, the Sennheiser HD 4.30 could be one of the options you could look at. You might be disappointed if you love pop music. However, if you are rock or hip hop aficionado, you will love the sound quality on this one.

[highlight color=”yellow”]Price: $100 Approx.[/highlight]

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