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Sennheiser Urbanite XL

12/9/2014 8:19:25 PM
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$339
Type: closed-back, dynamic; driver: not stated; frequency response: 16Hz to 22,000Hz; impedance: 18 ohms


The Sennheiser Urbanite XL headphones have a dressy and urban look about them.

Cushy and velvet-like earcups sit over the ears and make for a comfortable fit.

The only issue I have with the fit is that the pair tends to get warm quickly when I am wearing it, especially if I am outdoors.

It comes with those flat linguini-like cables which I like, because they are less likely to get tangled up in bags compared with regular cables. I also like that the cables are removable and therefore replaceable.

The headphones are foldable, making them easy to carry around. They fold inwards completely and can be stored in the drawstring bag provided.

There is also a built-in mic and remote for you to make handsfree calls and control your music.

The Urbanite XL sounded good for most types of music, with a balanced delivery across the bass, mids and highs. However, I felt it was less successful with vocal tracks.

Classical music, on the other hand, sounded excellent. The Pirates Of The Caribbean medley came to life with the Urbanite XL, with the bass underpinnings of the piece accentuating the music instead of overpowering it.

  • Unlike many bass-heavy headphones, the Sennheiser Urbanite XL manages to balance solid bass with good mids and highs. However, it is not the best with vocals.
 
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