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Sennheiser MM 100 (report for a pro)



Test report - general data of Sennheiser MM 100 headphone

Frequency response


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Perception of headphone frequency response curves of equal loudness ISO 226-2009


General results
General results Sennheiser MM 100
Channel
Center/Summary
Variation in frequency response in band from 100 Hz to 0,01 kHz, dB
-5,33, 7,65

The table shows a most important technical characteristics of Sennheiser MM 100

*Center channel headphone is received by averaging between left and right channels

*impedance value in the table for channel



Test conditions
  • Type of headphones: On-ear
  • Measurements were performed on the stand:
    • with on the simulator of human head with ears HDM1
  • Headphone's impedance has not been tested
    • The model use internal headphone amplifier
    • Can be used only with special AMP
    • By other reason



Sensitivity of Sennheiser MM 100 headphone


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Table of measured characteristics
Sensitivity Sennheiser MM 100
Channel
Left
Right
Sensitivity average in band from 100 Hz to 10 kHz, dB/V
113,9
116,2
Sensitivity at 500 Hz at 1 V, dB
111,4
114,0
Sensitivity at 500 Hz at 1 mW, dB
-∞
-∞
Sensitivity at 1000 Hz at 1 V, dB
110,6
113,1
Sensitivity at 1000 Hz at 1 mW, dB
-∞
-∞

The sensitivity was calculated by data from the measuring stand HDM1


Frequency response of Sennheiser MM 100 headphone


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Table of measured characteristics
Frequency response Sennheiser MM 100
Channel
Left
Right
Variation in frequency response in band from 100 Hz to 10 kHz, dB
-6,48, 10,00
-4,46, 7,20

Perception of headphone frequency response curves of equal loudness ISO 226-2009 of Sennheiser MM 100 headphone


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Table of measured characteristics
Perception of headphone frequency response curves of equal loudness ISO 226-2009 from Sennheiser MM 100
Channel
Center/Summary
From level 48 dB at 72 dB SPL in band 100 Hz to 10 kHz, dB
-8,6, +13,0
From level 36 dB at 72 dB SPL in band 100 Hz to 10 kHz, dB
-7,8, +10,0
From level 24 dB at 72 dB SPL in band 100 Hz to 10 kHz, dB
-6,9, +7,0
From level 12 dB at 72 dB SPL in band 100 Hz to 10 kHz, dB
-6,1, +6,5
From level 0 dB at 72 dB SPL in band 100 Hz to 10 kHz, dB
-5,3, +7,7
From level -12 dB at 72 dB SPL in band 100 Hz to 10 kHz, dB
-4,5, +8,8
From level -24 dB at 72 dB SPL in band 100 Hz to 10 kHz, dB
-5,1, +9,9
From level -36 dB at 72 dB SPL in band 100 Hz to 10 kHz, dB
-7,8, +11,0

*Center channel is received by data averaging between the left and right channels


Close

Measurements of Sennheiser MM 100 were carried out by Roman Kuznetsov on the hardware-software complex RAA.

The Sennheiser MM 100 test was conducted as a black box test, without regard to cost and prestige. This is the basic principle for making measurements, measurement reports and developing tests in RAA.




Kuznetsov Roman
Founder of RAA



Known by the nickname romanrex
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