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Sennheiser PX 100-II On Ear Miniheadphone (Black)

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  • Advanced Duofol transducer system pumps out rich, lifelike audio
  • Single sided cable eliminates tangles
  • Fold and clip design collapses for compact travel
  • Convenient carrying pouch included
  • Optimized for portable audio
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Sennheiser PX 100-II On Ear Miniheadphone (Black) + Sennheiser PX100 Foam Earpad + Koss PORTABLE Replacement Cushions
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Technical Details

  • Noise-Cancelling-Feature

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 7.9 x 2 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002VPDOH8
  • Item model number: 502816
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (326 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 12, 2004

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Sennheiser PX 100-II On Ear Mini Headphones (Black)
Technical Details
Frequency Response 15-27,000 Hz
Transducer Principle Open-Aire
THD
< 0.1% 
Max. SPL 114 dB (1 kHz, 1V)
Ear Cupling Ergonomic Ear-Canal Phones
Connection Cable Length
  3.9 ft (1.2 m)
Nominal Impedance 32
Weight 74g
Connector
1/8 in (3.5 mm) plug
Noise Compensation
Up to 20 dB (90%)

General Description

The new PX 100-II features the same massive, Open-Aire sound that made them a hit for portable music players and netbooks. Available in black or white, some key improvements include a thicker, sturdier headband and a new single-sided cable design that stays tangle-free in the supplied soft carrying pouch.

The steel-reinforced headband can be folded into the compact package the size of a pair of eyeglasses, making them the ultimate portable solution for the discerning ear.

Features

  • Advanced Duofol™ transducer system pumps out rich, lifelike audio
  • Open on-ear design delivers the most natural sound reproduction
  • Re-engineered, durable single-sided cable eliminates tangles
  • Steel-reinforced headband delivers exceptional durability
  • Fold n' flip: the headphone collapses into a compact size when not in use
  • Convenient carrying pouch included
  • Optimized for portable audio – including MP3 players, iPod, iPhone, netbooks and other electronics with a headphone plug
  • 2-year warranty




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Frequency
10-21,000 Hz
19-21,000 Hz
19-21,000 Hz
15-27,000 Hz 10-21,000 Hz
THD
<0.1%
< 0.5%
< 0.5%
< 0.1% < 0.1%
Cable Length
3.9 ft
4.5 ft   4.5ft
3.9 ft
3.9 ft
Weight
88g
226g
289g
85g 95g
Connector
3.5 mm
3.5 mm
3.5 mm
3.5 mm 3.5 mm
Sound Pressure Level
115 dB
108 dB
108 dB
114 dB 115 dB
Warranty
2 yrs
2 yrs
2 yrs
2 yrs
2 yrs
Volume Control w/ Mircrophone
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes



Product Description

A musical all-rounder, the Sennheiser PX 100-II supra-aural mini headphones let you enjoy your personal favorites at any time on your portable player. Their dynamic, open ear cup design allows for a natural sound reproduction with a strong bass. The robust, steel-reinforced headphones can also be folded easily, thanks to their unique fold and flip design. Once folded, you can simply place them into their convenient soft carrying case.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Great sound and very comfortable!
olhipe
They're very balanced - treble and bass and mid range are clear at low and high volume.
winnie
The audio quality of the PX 100-II is better than these more expensive headphones.
Randy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

172 of 175 people found the following review helpful By X Man on March 24, 2010
Verified Purchase
Not sure why this product is listed under multiple names. Too bad since not all the reviews are together.

There is a lot of controversy over whether the new version (px100-II) or the old version (px100) of these phones sound better. I owned the old version for many years until they finally broke. I ordered the new pair to replace them. For me, there is no question the new version sound MUCH better than the old. They are more dynamic, detailed and have much better, more defined bass. Instrumental separation is vastly improved. Overall a very natural and balanced sound, but detailed and dynamic at the same time. In fact, I think they are quite an astonishing bargain at the price.

They make the old px100 sound too smoothed over and polite. The old phones also had a very natural sound, but they took the edge off everything. I think the controversy stems from the musical source people are listening too. The new headphones are more revealing and detailed than the old model. They make good recordings sound better, but they make it easier to hear the flaws of bad recordings and make them sound worse. Some people may finally be hearing the problems with downloaded (low bit rate) mp3's that were smoothed over by the old px100. Bad recordings and low bit rate mp3's might sound better smoothed over by the more recessed, laid back sound of the original phones. But listen to the new phones with a high quality recording on a CD (or a song ripped with a lossless format) and they are amazing for the price. Also, do not forget to break them in. Like many headphones and speakers, it takes 30 hours or so to break in the drivers which can be overly stiff when new.
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By E. Watson on February 6, 2010
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I had the Px 100s for about 5 years and loved them. I used them every day. The wire finally broke and when I went to replace them found they'd updated them to this PX 100II. I'm far from an audiophile, just a regular person who loves music. But I have to disagree with the person who said these were inferior to the PX100s. I find them the listening experience to be very similar. In fact, my husband still has his PX 100s and I listened to the same song with both and I'd be really hard pressed to tell the difference. I do like the one-sided cord. And they are much sturdier than my old model. It could be that I just need to break them in, but they seem heavier on my ears (I think the ear foam is more substantial) and more rigid. I'm not sure I like the feel as well as my old Sennheisers. It may just be a matter of getting used to them. They come with a nice sturdy carry bag. I think it's is an improvement over the hard plastic case of the old model. It was always a bit of a puzzle to get them in the hard case and half the time I didn't try. So all in all, I recommend the PX 100-IIs as fantastic earphones for the price.
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48 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Chris Schmidt on April 23, 2010
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For me, these headphones sound at least as good as the older model, and they look better. I don't know whether the thicker headband makes them more long lasting, but it contributes anyway to the improved appearance.

Some reviewers here say the older model sounds better. I think that just shows how individual our hearing is. I would not say those people are wrong.

I'd like to know why this listing does not specify the make and model. I puzzled over this listing a long while before buying. I'm now convinced the thing I got is a genuine Sennheiser PX100 II, but I was wasn't fully certain about that until the item arrived.

Regarding a certain strong competitor in this category: I don't know how good the Koss PortaPro sound, and I'll never find out because to me they look absurd. There you have one of my biases, how the headphones look.

In my opinion, the sound of these headphones, and of the older PX100 model, is astonishingly good considering their light weight and low cost. I heartily recommend them.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By BW on January 26, 2011
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I had to replace my old PX-100s after about a year when the cord separated at the point where it met the headphone jack and started shorting out. After using the new set for a few weeks, I have to say I'm mostly disappointed. The maker has kept the quality of the sound very good. Although these are "open air" (in contrast to the PX-200) and leak some sound, it shouldn't bother any one else unless you're in a very quiet place like a library AND you've really jacked up the volume. Some of the changes are good, like having the cord attach to the phones at one point rather than two. Otherwise, there are two main changes. First, for some mostly cosmetic changes, they've increased the price quite a bit. Second, they've done something to make the headphones much less comfortable if you wear them for an extended period of time. I don't know if it's the weight in general or a change in the padding, but you can wear these for about an hour before you'll want to pull them off. I never had any problem at all as far as comfort with the previous model.
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173 of 208 people found the following review helpful By Patrick on September 26, 2010
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Let me preface this review by stating that I am a huge Sennheiser fan and they are my favorite headphone manufacturer. That said, I am disappointed with these phones. I believe Sennheiser has managed to change nearly everything for the worse compared to the original PX100. Here's why--

--sonically, I find them worse compared to the original--they sound slow, congested and have an accentuated upper-bass. I found the original PX100 to be the most detailed and balanced portable headphones available. With the PX100-II the detail is still there, however, it's no longer as natural sounding or as exciting. The sound slow and have an overly thick texture. The tonal character is a little overly warm as well, no surprise given the boosted upper-bass.
--the single-sided cord is more of a weakness than a strength. Most other portable headphones have cables going to both earcups which makes the headphone cord lay in the middle of your torso and keeps the cord from brushing your arms and hands when walking/running. However, the single cord of the PX100-II orientates the cord overtly to the left. This can cause problems if you keep your MP3 player in your left pant's pocket (as I do). Unless I route the cord under my shirt/coat or use some kind of clip to keep it in the center of my body and find that it's continously getting in the way when I walk or run.
--the cord is overly textured causing it to stick to your skin. This can cause issues when you need to reach into your pocket for your MP3 player and the cord sticks to your fingers instead of allowing them to brush past.
--the PX100-II are over-built. Compared to the original the headband is thicker (both in width and depth).
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