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A no name company? It sold to Sonova, a Swiss company thats been around since the 40's. They have nearly 4 times the revenue of Sennheiser. They are also a global leader in hearing aids and cochlear implants.
What is with all these people saying Sennheiser is like some trash sound company all of a sudden? They got bought by a well known international company known for hearing aids and have said they have no intention of changing anything about the current running of the headphone department. Even if they're lying, why would anyone assume the quality will go down or up for their headphones going forward? We have no evidence that their headphones will be better or worse in the future, literally none.

And to the person saying Sonova is a no-name brand, obviously you wouldn't know what it is because you probably don't use a hearing aid, they're very much known here in the U.S. too. Theres many valid reasons to be mad with capitalism, but headphone brand being bought and managed by a different audio brand isn't instant doomsday news for Sennheiser. Just buy or don't buy the $98 solid pair of headphones and move on lol. The time to protest isn't on a Slickdeals page with like 25 people seeing your war on the new Sennheiser
Maybe people are buying wireless Bose 700 or Sony XM4?
This is a solid price for an awesome headphones. I have the 598SE.

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Why no one showing some love?
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Why no one showing some love?
Maybe people are buying wireless Bose 700 or Sony XM4?
This is a solid price for an awesome headphones. I have the 598SE.
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This is a pretty good deal, still have my 598 se from like 6 years ago
Maybe people just going for the 6xx
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I am looking for a way to convert these to wireless, any advise?
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Paid $200 for the older version of these back in 2013, the Sennheiser HD 598's. Amazing set of cans and a great price for anyone interested in trying them out.
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How do these stack to the HD 560S? Mostly going to be using them for gaming and YouTube etc.
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Paid $200 for the older version of these back in 2013, the Sennheiser HD 598's. Amazing set of cans and a great price for anyone interested in trying them out.
i had 515 that i left at work and used for travel. ended up breaking them during travel. never really wanted to spend a bunch since i leave them at work. i have a pair of 518s that i love, might get these 599se for home. and relegate the 518s to work/travel.

its worth buying a backup set. sennheiser sold off the consumer line to i forget who. so you know future generations are not going to be the same. not sure how repairable they will be either. i can't imagine whoever bought them is going to want to make parts and sell parts.
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Why no one showing some love?



I think most people have moved onto wireless earphones and also no headphone jacks on phones any more. There are adapters but the wireless earphones have more or less taken over.




I got my wife a pair of these years ago and she used to use them until Airpods came out. And then she never touched her wired earphones and headphones again.
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These are awesome headphones if you need to hear what's going on around you
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I am looking for a way to convert these to wireless, any advise?
I thought about this too, the cheap ad-hoc way would be to get one of those tiny Bluetooth transmitters and just plug the aux cable in
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I thought about this too, the cheap ad-hoc way would be to get one of those tiny Bluetooth transmitters and just plug the aux cable in
Audiolab makes the M-DAC Nano that's a little BT receiver DAC you can put in your pocket and is battery powered that I've heard really good things about.
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Why cant the beige one ever go on sale like this.
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