The Senal SMH-1000 professional studio monitor headphones are down to $44.99 at B&H as a part of B&H's DealZone, which features super temporary deals. This price is set to expire at the end of the day. These headphones sell for around $75 at most retailers, and that's the price they usually go for on B&H as well. We haven't seen them drop this low in more than a year, since the last DealZone sale to feature them.
Over ear design
Senal SMH-1000 professional studio monitor headphones black
Uses a closed back over-ear design built for the studio or out in the field. Has a detachable twist-locking cable that'll stay secure when you need it to. Has refined frequency response, wire guides, and durable materials. Covered by 3-year warranty.
$75.00 $30 off
I haven't used the Senal SMH-1000 headphones personally, but I do currently use the Sony MDR-7506 headphones every day. They are some of my favorite headphones, and the SMH-1000 are directly inspired by those (some would say almost totally copied). If you are an online content creator or anyone that regularly deals with recorded audio like for a podcast, YouTube videos, or singing at a studio, then you need headphones like this.
These headphones use a closed-back over-ear design that rests comfortably on your head and gives you a lot of flexibility. The design includes a detachable, twist-locking cable that allows you to remove the cable when you plan to travel with the headphones but keep it secure when you need it to be. The headphones can also fold up in a way that makes them easy to transport. The idea with all this portability is that you can take these headphones into the field, which is great if you're using them with a camera or other device and need to monitor audio on the fly.
The refined frequency response and 40mm neodymium drivers with a 58 Ohm impedance gives you accurate and robust sound that works even when attached to low-powered devices like a smartphone. You'll also get some passive noise isolation thanks to the design so you can focus on what you want to hear.
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