We have been working on an Uber modified version of the Sennheiser HD25-1 for quite some time now. Originally we were going to launch it just over a year ago but unfortunately it coincided with sennheiser’s launch of the Amperior so I thought I would keep it on the back burner until the time is right. Since then I have kept playing with them and improving a few things and now they are ready to be let loose in the wild. We have a few people on board to do the final testing but the most interesting is probably Mr Scruff.
For whom we have made a very special pair with his trade marked potato people
The HD25-1 mk II are already great headphones but these have a few tweaks to make them sound even better. The drivers have been mass loaded to help more of the energy go into making sound rather than vibrating the case. The damping has been uprated inside the earcup and probably the biggest change is that we have ditched the standard steel cable. Steel is not a very good conductor and nearly all other headphones use copper. On these we have gone all out by fitting them with one of our audiophile cables. They have silver plated copper conductors, seperate grounds for each ear, teflon dielectric and they are wrapped in paracord to keep them strong.
All this tweaking gives them more detail across the board and slightly more bass extension to bring out the sub bass.
They will be available for sale at the end of the month