Sennheiser PMX 60 Lightweight Portable Headphones with Neckband (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Lightweight, open-ear portable headphones
- Comfortable neckband design
- Specially designed for rock and pop music with a bass tube for rich low frequencies
- Ultra-lightweight diaphragm for high sensitivity and dynamic ability
- 3-Foot headphone cord, 2-year warranty
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
Compare to similar items
This item Sennheiser PMX 60 Lightweight Portable Headphones with Neckband (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
|Shipping||—||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
|Sold By||—||Real Selling Group LLC||Chainspell's Store||PHOTOTECH||Amazon.com||MobileCityOnline|
|Item Dimensions||6.87 x 8.87 x 2.87 in||—||7 x 2.4 x 7.7 in||6.14 x 8.11 x 2.28 in||2 x 6.81 x 8.94 in||1 x 6.1 x 4.53 in|
|Item Weight||1.94 ounces||1.94 ounces||3.73 ounces||0.88 lb||6.4 ounces||3.2 ounces|
|Additional Features||volume-control||foldable, lightweight||tangle-free-cord||android-phone-control, lightweight||foldable, lightweight||Microphone|
These mini PMX 60 neckband headphones are the ideal choice for all portable audio sources. The balanced sound image and lightweight, comfortable design provides for listening on the go. They are ideal for all mobile audio sources such as MP3 or portable CD players. Headphones are specially designed for rock and pop music, meaning they have a bass tube for rich, crisp bass. The ultra-lightweight diaphragm provides powerful overall sound qualities. Includes a 1.0m connection cable. Imported.
Sennheiser's lightweight, open-ear PMX60s are tailor-made for portable listening and specifically designed for rock and pop music, with a high maximum playback level (122 dB SPL), low distortion (under .5 percent), and a dedicated bass tube to heighten musical impact through additional low-frequency resonance. (Keep in mind that even though the headphones perform at loud levels, your ears will surely deteriorate through extended loud listening.) The PMX60s' comfy neckband design prevents the dreaded "headphone hair," and their three-foot cord grants extended freedom of movement.
What's in the Box
Top customer reviews
I thought that maybe I just got a "lemon" set and bought another pair. Again, good start. Again, some months later, one of the drivers did the same thing. I decided to take off the ear pads and see if I could find anything obvious that might be amiss. I noticed that the drivers are protected by a chrome dome piece that showed obvious signs of corrosion (from perspiration). I wonder if that corrosion, or its byproducts, is impacting the drivers. I couldn't take this any further since the driver unit is encased inside this chrome and plastic compartment.
I shopped around for a suitable replacement brand and didn't have much luck, so I thought I'd try a couple more pairs. My luck ran out with one of the two sets - same problem. One of the two sets is still working OK, but I'm guessing they'll fail pretty soon.
If these were $20/pair, I may just keep buying them when they fail. But at the price they're running, I'm going to have to keep trying to find an alternative. It seems that there are a lot of people looking for good headphones like these for sports. I wish Sennheiser would troubleshoot this issue and modify its design.
They are also good for when I go biking. The neckband is low enough that I can wear my helmet correctly, and they are safe to wear since you can hear traffic or others around you.
The sound is awesome; crisp and vibrant.
Sound is comparable to my old MDR-g72's, maybe even better. They are much better looking than the new Sony or Koss models, and they are much more comfortable than any lightweight headphones around. Also they seem well-made (compared to my Sporta-pros) and stand up well to normal wear and tear. They are super-loud on my iPod nano compared to the new low-end sony models. They are also reasonably priced.
-I wish they folded up like my old Sony's.
-They do leak a lot of noise, probably because they are so rockin' loud and lightweight. Be aware of this on the subway or the plane.
-My first pair has acquired a rattle in one ear, not unlike what eventually killed my old faves.
GO FOR IT
Most recent customer reviews
Excellent piece of flexible designed neckband - it has stood my bad handling too since...Read more