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Sennheiser Adidas PMX 680i Sports Headset (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Smart remote with mic: enhanced usability for the latest models of iPod, iPhone and iPad.
  • Sweat and water resistant.
  • Ergonomic neckband: secure and comfort fit during workout
  • High output drivers: energizing sound.
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Technical Details

  • Microphone-Feature
  • Sports-Style

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 8.7 x 1.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003WVA6M6
  • Item model number: PMX 680i Sports
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (252 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 15, 2010

Product Description

Unique headset design with in line remote and microphone, sweat and water resistent, ideal for your iPhone and iPad

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Customer Reviews

They're sweat resistant and perfect for running.
javster
EVERY pair, within a year, has had the one side headphone stop working.
Bill
Sound quality is very good for work-out headphones.
August West

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Ron Cronovich TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 14, 2011
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These headphones are great for exercising. They stay in place and sound great. The cord length is perfect for me. Build quality seems excellent, especially where the cord attaches to the phones. This is important for frequent, rough handling. These phones are not bad looking, either.

A few people complain that the mic doesn't work with their Blackberry, Macbook, Droid, or non-iOS device. The product description clearly states that the mic is designed mainly for iPhones, recent models of iPod touch, and iPads, but will also work with 2009 and later Macbooks/Macbook Pros. If you are buying this for the mic to use with your non-iOS device, check Sennheiser's website to see whether it'll work with your device.

Sennheiser's 680 line includes several different models that have the same sound quality and speaker components, but different ways of making them sit on your ears. This model, the PMX, is one piece that wraps around the back of the head. Other models in this line are called CX, OMX, and MX. They attach to your ears with clips or "ear fins", depending on the model. Also, some models have noise isolation (for when you don't want to hear the annoying music playing over the gym's loudspeakers) while other models in this series are more open (so you can hear honking cars while you're jogging on the side of the street). The PMX is one of the more open ones, but when I'm using them at the gym, the outside noise doesn't bleed in too much.

Also, note that some models have the number "680i" while others are just "680". The difference is whether it has a microphone. "680" (with no "i") means no mic, but there is an in-line volume control. "680i" has the in-line volume control and the built-in mic.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By C. Jewell on March 29, 2011
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I purchased this Sennheiser headset shortly after my company set me up with an iPhone 4. Previously I was using older model, bright green Sennheiser headphones (same behind the neck style) with a fourth generation iPod. I listen to podcasts while commuting to work by bicycle, and I've found this form factor works best for me; the stock ear buds never stay in my ears, and I don't want the sound isolation of in-ear models. Because I upgraded from another Sennheiser product, it's easy for me to identify where they improved things and where they fell short:

PROS:
1. This is obvious, but I have to express my appreciation for the mic and play controls. When you have podcasts of varying volume levels, easy access to volume buttons is so convenient.
2. Straight cord -- the previous model was designed with a coil in the cord. Terrible design decision! I was constantly untangling the cord.
3. Straight connector -- the old one was L-shaped and covered by a rubbery sleeve that was starting to slide up. This one is hard plastic and seems sturdier.
4. Lighter than older model.
5. Same good sound.

CONS:
1. My biggest complaint is with the redesign of the plastic that goes over and behind your ears. It used to be solid and thinner. Now it's two pieces -- a hard plastic top "rail" and a softer plastic along the bottom. I can understand why they did this -- the flexible part rests on your ear and should make it more comfortable. However, I didn't find the older model uncomfortable, and the new design is much thicker. Before it was never a problem to wear my headphones and sunglasses under my helmet. The stems of the sunglasses would fit against my head and above the headphones.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Bruce on December 31, 2010
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I hate headphone that sit in the ear canal, this one doesn't do that, they sit a little further in and forward, the sound is AMAZING and so far they have been very good to me. I usually short out headphones at the gym from the amount of sweat I produce. These guys have resisted the copious amounts of liquid that eventually works it's way down into my ears. I've shorted out every apple headphone set I ever had.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Jay Douglas on April 30, 2011
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I wrote a previous review about these, but had to come back and rewrite it. I had given them 5 stars, but then they shorted out after just over 2 months of use!!! They fit comfortably, sound is good, but I can not recommend these. The problem started to happen at the connection where the headphones connect into the iPhone. If you twist or wiggle them the left earphone would come in and out. When you're running, you get a lot of that kind of motion, so these are worthless now. AND, I can't send them back to Amazon because the window of return has expired. I am very disappointed, and am now looking for a new pair of dependable water-resistant headphones.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Marc on November 7, 2011
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After six months of use there is no longer any audio to the right earbud. Much too late to return to amazon, and Sennheiser's website is not very helpful on how to take advantage of the 2 year warranty. As far as I can tell you have to pay to ship their faulty product back to them to fix it, and just hope that they don't decide that it wasn't their fault the thing stopped working.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By RJ on August 8, 2012
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I bought this product when I owned an iPhone and it was quite amazing. I give it 4 stars because it is as advertised. Great quality sounds for Apple products (worked awesome with my iPod nano and iPhone). The only issue I've had is the headphone cover, the black little foam pieces, wouldn't stay on the set and I ended up having to remove them. Wished the foam would stay because when working out, it'd help a bunch when it comes to soaking up sweat dripping in the ear.

BTW, I just recently switched over to the new Samsung Galaxy S3 and with some apps, and the functionality is quite limited. One cannot use the volume up and down buttons on the headset. The middle button can be configured using particular apps to control the volume (see JAYS Headset Controller). However, I have been unable to get the mic to work on the headset, making it just an expensive set of headphones. I still use them, but wish they were fully supported for Android and Apple. If I find a solution I'll update my description.

UPDATE: tested the headset on another S3, same result. However, tested on HTC One X and mic works fine. So, kind of hit or miss on newer Droids
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