Sennheiser HD 65 TV
TV headphones with in-line volume control
Our take on the Sennheiser HD 65 TV by Crutchfield's Dave Bar
Why spend another sleepless night counting sheep? You could be watching TV and movies while enjoying crisp, clear Sennheiser sound with the HD 65 TV. These comfortable, lightweight headphones feature sealed earcups that not only reduce outside noise, they also prevent sound from leaking out allowing you to listen to your programs at any volume you wish without disturbing others around you.
The HD 65 TV includes an extra-long, 17-foot connection cable that plugs into your TV or stereo's headphone jack. An integrated in-line volume control let's you easily set the sound levels to your liking. Plus, separate adjustments for the left and right channels allow the volume to be individually adapted to your hearing.
- over-the-ear design with padded leatherette earcups for outstanding comfort
- adjustable padded headband
- closed earcup design reduces ambient noise and prevents sound from leaking out
- in-line volume control with separate sliders for left and right channel volume
- headphone minijack with full-size adapter
- cable length: attached 32 inch cable with 17-foot extension cord
- frequency response: 25-20,000 Hz
- impedance: 32 ohms
- sensitivity: 112 dB
- warranty: 2 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- Headphones with an attached 32" straight cord terminated with a 1/8" mini plug
- 17' Extension cable with in-line volume control
- Mini to 1/4" Adapter
Love the wired headphones. No problems with interference Highly recommended
Harvey E, Smithtown, NY
Sennheiser HD 65 TV Reviews
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Features and Specs
|Earcup Width x Height||2.875" x 3.625"|
|Mic For Taking Calls||No|
|Frequency Response||25-20k Hz|
|1/4-inch Adapter Included||Yes|
|Parts Warranty||2 Years|
|Labor Warranty||2 Years|
Overview: The Sennheiser HD 65 TV over-the-ear headphones were designed with TV viewing in mind. A 17' extension cable is included to connect to a TV, or other device with a headphone output. On the output end of the extension cable (the end nearest the headphones) is an in-line volume control with separate sliders for left and right channel volume. The volume control housing also has a clip (designed like a belt clip) to keep it in place.
Comfortable Fit: The HD 65 TV uses soft, leatherette ear cushions and a padded headband for a comfortable fit.
Over-the-Ear Design: A closed, over-the-ear design helps block out ambient noise, allowing you to listen at a safer level.
Neodymium Magnets: The Sennheiser HD 65 TV utilizes powerful neodymium magnets for excellent speech intelligibility and powerful sound reproduction.
Connectivity: The cable attached to the headphones is terminated with a 3.5mm (1/8") mini-plug. The extension cable also has 3.5mm jacks (male on the input end, female on the output end). A 3.5mm to 1/4" adapter is included, for use with or without the extension cable.
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Why did you buy this?
Works very well I have one of it. I just want to have a stand by. I'm hard of hearing [ joe Mar 25, 2018 ]
great price point [ Bruce Dec 13, 2017 ]
volume control, I am hard of hearing in both ears but at different levels. [ Leah Oct 09, 2017 ]
It help me to choose this ITEM, your presentation on the video and the positive comments of other people. [ Rafael Jul 30, 2017 ]
volume control is best used so far [ Michael May 29, 2017 ]
Chosen because of long cord and ability to adjust each side independently. [ Robert Apr 12, 2017 ]
independent volume control for each ear [ Lincoln Jan 06, 2017 ]
My wireless worked great for quite a while but it just quit. I will try it with a wire as I believe the problem is the transmitter because the voltage cube stays cold. [ Paul K. Jan 05, 2017 ]
I especially wanted the dual volume control. I also trust the Sennheiser brand. I've had good luck with Sennheiser products in the past. [ Christina Dec 15, 2016 ]
Good reviews & only one with volume control. [ Victor Nov 11, 2016 ]
It was what I wanted with the long 17 ft. cord. [ GEORGE Sep 06, 2016 ]
Quality [ kenny Jan 09, 2016 ]
I have a hearing problem I use the Sennheiser wireless TV Transmitter with headphones however the wireless transmitter allows only changing of the balance not the volume in each ear I wanted to see if I could = the volume in my ears as opposed to having the volume in one ear very loud just so I can hear a little in the other ear. My hearing aides = the volume when I am using them to listen however I do not use them with headphones Arthur [ ARTHUR Dec 30, 2015 ]
The description matched my requirements. Price was in my allotted budget. This completed the system I purchased from Crutchfield's. A purchase I made from Crutchfield's about 8 years ago has been passed down through three cars and is still working great. So I figured that if Crutchfield's carried these, they must be good. [ Fred Dec 08, 2015 ]
Highly Recommended by a Friend. [ Karen Dec 06, 2015 ]
2 questions already asked
I use mine plugged into my amp, with the speaker turned off, to practice my pedal steel guitar. The sound reproduction is fine. I'm sure you can get higher quality studio type headphones but these work well and the independent volume adjustment is nice. [ Lincoln Apr 07, 2018 ]
I use it only for TV listening, however I do not see why they should not work for your application. You have control over the volume with the two slide buttons. What I do not like on them is the fact that the volume control connects to the headphones. The weight of the control is sometimes enough to make it disconnect. [ peter Apr 07, 2018 ]
Its a good set. I like it.Can hear real good for tv.I don't know if it will work for piano ask the seller [ joe Apr 07, 2018 ]
yes [ joe Apr 07, 2018 ]
Yes. It has a left right slider to control each individually. You can, of course, still use you're tv remote for the overall volume. [ Darlene Feb 09, 2014 ]
Yes, there are seperate volume controls for each.side, so you can have a different volume level for the right side versus left or vice versa, or even turn one side off or have both sides on the same level. [ JEREMIAH C Feb 09, 2014 ]
I bought HD 65 TV for my Dad. He is very hard hearing and I had hoped they would make his tv watching more enjoyable. To answer your question; they are a good headset and the volume can be individually controlled and even shut off to either side. The drawback I found is that the amplifier on the tv set is not sufficient to drive them loud enough for my Dad's hearing. The cord is sufficiently long and the sound is good. I blame the volume (or rather the lack thereof) on the puny amp in todays flat screen sets. Hope you find this helpful. [ LARRY C. Feb 09, 2014 ]
Yes. The control has "left" & "right" slider switches that can be moved independently from no volume to max volume. [ LARRY Feb 09, 2014 ]
All you could want in a headset.Much better than wireless [ GORDON Feb 08, 2014 ]
The headphones do not have a mute setting, but you can adjust the volume low enough so that it is impossible to hear the sound coming from the headphones if you don't have them on your head. [ RONNIE R Feb 08, 2014 ]
I believe you can listen to only one side. But I think the idea is to give you some flexability that would not be available in a standard set. This allows you to adjust each side so you have even volume on both channels. This may come into play depending on our own hearing,what source we are listening to etc.Hope this helps. My experience with these phones was not good [ GARY Feb 08, 2014 ]
I have these connected to my Sony TV. So the range is limited to that output. You would get more range if you were connected to a A/V receiver.The volume is plenty loud for me. Also you can completely turn off one side of the headphone. The volume slider has a right/left or together function. [ GARY Feb 08, 2014 ]