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    Default Please identify these headphones.

    Picked these up from someone who use to enjoy his music. Any idea what they are?

    Have not tried them yet, as waiting for a cable.

    They look well built but that may be deceptive. Zero branding on them except for the S type logo.

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    Here is a close up of the logo.



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    look like sennys
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    look like sennys
    Thanks Grant. When you say 'sennys' I guess you mean Sennheiser. I had a look at the various logos Sennheiser uses (and used) but can't find a match.
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    They are not Sennheiser headphones. Sennheiser's logo is different and has remained unchanged since their beginning.
    Barry

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    Any ideas what the headphones are Barry?

    I have the feeling they are either a poor quality brand made to feel good or one of those one off mass drop things.

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    I've scoured the web looking for a similar logo, but have turned up nothing. Can't find anything vaguely similar.

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    Hello Edward,

    I realise my post was not particularly helpful, however I did do a cursory search for the "S-shaped" logo, but like Rob (Filterlab) couldn't find anything.

    The annoying thing is I'm sure I've seen the logo before.
    Barry

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    Same here. Frustrating.

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    Exactly what I thought I wonder if they're an OEM pair for a pro gear company. The yoke reminds me of Beyer and Shure to name a couple of makes.

    There are quite a few in this list starting with 'S' but nothing jumps out.

    https://mynewmicrophone.com/full-lis...rers-examples/

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