Behringer HPS5000 Studio Headphones

Closed-back Headphones, Cobalt Capsule
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Behringer HPS5000 Studio Headphones
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Budget Headphones with High-performance

Headphones are indispensable, and whether you are in the studio or at home, the Behringer HPS5000 headphones will give you the quality sound you want. The high-resolution cobalt capsules have a wide frequency response and dynamic range, giving you high-definition bass and transparent highs. Comfortable oval-shaped earcups and a padded headband make these headphones comfortable to wear for hours of listening. The Behringer HPS5000 headphones are a great choice and are sure to fit your budget.

Behringer HPS5000 Headphones Features at a Glance:
  • Wide frequency response
  • Comfortable to wear
  • High dynamic range
  • 1/8" connector and 1/4" adapter
  • 6' coiled cable with oxygen-free copper wires

Additional Media

Headphones Buying Guide
Live Sound Monitor Buying Guide
Studio Monitor Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Open/Closed Closed
Fit Style Circumaural (Around the Ear)
Driver Size 40mm
Frequency Response 20Hz-20kHz
Impedance 32 ohms
Cable Type Straight
Cable Length 6'
Plug Size 1/8" (1/4" Adapter Included)
Manufacturer Part Number HPS5000

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Don't Expect Much...

To be fair, a $30 pair of budget cans shouldn't be expected to do more than monitor tracking. These will do that! Not for comfort, not for high fidelity listening, just basic utility cans made of plastic. By comparison, AKG K77 cans, at $50, are more comfortable and sound better by far. I will say this, they still work after a year,like most Behringer stuff does!
Music background: Full Sail graduate in 1986,playing live since 1981

Not an upgrade at all

I ordered these thinking I was upgrading from the HPS3000, when in fact I was not. From the design to the dynamic range it is all trash. It cannot do low or highs at all. If you write music sick only ever in a mid range I am sure you will do fine, also if you like the feel of a "toy" upon your head. I do not recommend these. The Behringer HPS3000 are far better and about $10 cheaper. I'd go with those if you're looking for something inexpensive. Once again don't touch these.
Music background: Producer, Endineer, Musician, Signed bands
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