Samson's SR350 Stereo Headphones provide quality bass performance and excellent sound isolation in a lightweight, over-ear design. The wide cushioning on its ear pads and adjustable headband provide serious comfort, while a low-profile fit makes the SR350s ideal for everything from home listening to fitness applications.
Ear Bud Upgrade
The SR350s are a solid introduction to the superior audio quality provided by over-ear headphones. They make an excellent gift for the music lovers still using their supplied smartphone ear buds.
Sound with Style
The SR350 are carefully contoured to the shape of the head for a secure, yet attractive fit. It's a look that works with any outfit or occasion you can think of.
Featuring all lightweight components, the SR350s are ideal for a mobile lifestyle. Perfect for a variety of fitness and travel applications, these headphones offer hours of ultra-portable, fatigue-free listening for even your longest listening sessions.
- Lightweight design ideal for music recording, practice and listening
- Powerful audio performance
- Over-ear, closed back design with cushioned ear cups
- 35mm drivers with rare earth magnets
- Adjustable padded headband
- 20Hz–20kHz frequency range
- 1/4" adapter included
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
nothing much, you get what you pay for. these are cheap headphones for mixing. although i wont recommend these headphones for professional use it aint that horrible as well
Listening Experience: BestMixing/Mastering job: Quite GoodLong Duration use: goodI know its straightaway unfair to give an opinion without having tested the other contemporaries but believe it or not its damn good! On my behalf i already have tested the AK* headphones (worth around 10K) on one of my projects and it sounded good, but the Samson has quite natural reproduction of frequencies especially the lower frequencies (since this where most of the budget editors struggle) and you would be surprised it sounded nothing different to the AK* ones. The fun loving music listeners will find this even more interesting (especially because its 3.5mm primarily) because this headphone sound less harsh under loud music and brings the rich bass that's hidden in the track, and for a normal listener it would sound as if they are in an auditorium and listening. Finally concluding my review by saying its a great headphone for a mixing/mastering engineer and the best listening experience for a casual and music listener. PS:- this review is totally my personal opinion and nothing to do with my Samson or AKG or Sennheiser liking because i have all of these brands in one or the other components i use, i believe in value for money stuff. Period!