Pro Set 3 Stereo Headphones

$129.00

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The Heil Pro Set 3 professional stereo headphones have been designed for a wide variety of applications including amateur radio, studio recording, commercial broadcast use, and casual listening. With a frequency response of 10 Hz to 22 kHz, they deliver exceptional articulation and clarity, with beautiful sonic accuracy in a closed back, lightweight headset. The over-ear headphones weigh only 7 oz. and feature padded ear cups so that they will be comfortable and non-fatiguing over long periods of time.

For ham radio operators and listeners, the exclusive Heil Phase Reversal switch allows the user to move the signal acoustically, which creates a spatial widening of the sound field that makes it easier to ‘see’ a signal inside a pileup while removing listener fatigue during prolonged use.
To accommodate different listening situations, the headphones come included with three detachable cables: a 5.9′ flexible straight cable with a 1/8″ headphone plug, a 5.9′ straight cable with an iPhone and iPod compatible 1/8″ plug, and a 9.8′ coiled cable with a 1/8″ headphone plug. The cables have twist-lock terminating 1/8″ gold-plated connectors. A 1/4″ gold-plated screw-on adapter comes included with the headphones.

Download the Spec Sheet Type: Closed-back dynamic Driver Diameter: 40 mm Magnet: Neodymium Frequency Response: 10 – 22,000 Hz Maximum Input: 1,000 mW Sensitivity: 102 dB Impedance: 32 ohms Weight: 198 g (7 oz)

1 review for Pro Set 3 Stereo Headphones

  1. Paul N. Nix (WB5AGF)

    The Heil Pro Set 3 Headphones are very ‘old-school’ in appearance … looking much like headphones did (except for the chrome rings on the earpieces) when I got into shortwave listening as a teenager in the early 1960s. /// I bought my Pro Set 3s around 2016 from the local Ham Radio Outlet store but they set in their box for several years for two reasons : 1.) The bass response was very ‘boomy’ and 2.) They were uncomfortable to wear for any length of time. /// I ‘solved’ these problems (to my satisfaction) last year (mid 2022) : 1.) I put some crumpled-up kitchen towel in the empty space behind the ‘drivers’ (the transducers) – this very markedly reduced the ‘boomy-ness’ and 2.) I replaced the stock ear pads with Geekria pads (originally purchased for Sony MDR-V600 Headphones that I was working on). The Geekria pads are very comfortable and they change the Heil Pro Set 3 Headphones from being ‘on-the-ears’ to being ‘over-the-ears’.

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