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Sennheiser PX 200-II i Lightweight Supra-Aural Headphones with 3 Button Control for iPod, iPhone, and iPad
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- Smart In-line Remote Control With Microphone Changes The Volume, Controls Music-playing Options, Answers Or Ends Calls & Activates The IPhone Voice Control
- Unique Fold & Flip Design Allows Turning Of Ear Cups 90deg & Folds Them Toward The Headband For Easy, Compact Stowing
- Superb Stereo Sound
- Closed sealed earcup blocks ambient noise without sacrificing portability.
- Fold and flip design fits into shirt pockets and small bags.
- Neodymium magnets for extremely low distortion; balanced and detailed sound image.
- Complete with storage pouch and quick start guide.
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The Sennheiser PX-200-II are a great compromise between sound quality and portability. They're relatively small and fold-up and store inside the included drawstring bag. The sealed ear-cups block out some of the surrounding ambient noise and keep the music to yourself so you're not annoying others nearby.
As for sound quality, they're fine for travel and casual use. However, they're not as good as some others that I own. I did some listening observations comparing the Sennheisers against my other headphones. See photos above for physical shape and size comparisons.
1) Grado SR-80i (~$99): Most natural sounding to me. Clean tight bass w/o over doing it, open crisp mids, extended treble, transparent throughout, detailed, and nicely dynamic. I like these the best. The foam ear-cups are light on your ears and comfortable. The open design allows some ambient noise in and the music out, so not a great choice with others nearby. Grado Prestige Series SR80i Stereo Headphone
2) Sony MDR-V6 (~$65): Another great value in headphones that don't cost a lot. Deep strong bass, more bass and lower midrange emphasis vs the Grados. Transparent and extended frequency response. Sealed ear-cups block out ambient noise and keeps the music in your ears as not to disturb others nearby.Read more ›
Build quality: These are solid, professional quality. There's no hint of "cheapness" anywhere.
Controller: The buttons have a solid feel, and are easy to find and press due to their raised profile and slightly "sharp" edge. No more fussing about searching for the right button.
Cord: Just the right length. There's no hint of "cord noise" when moving about, which is a huge problem for in-ear buds. The cord is also relatively tangle-free, and the simple single cord design works well and aids in the tangle-free nature. The plug is a slender design, which permits plugging into your iPhone, even with a case that encroaches upon the jack. Nice.
Comfort: Very lightweight, and just the right amount of headband tension make these extremely comfortable. The padding is high quality, and very soft. Ear-cup positioning is perfect. These simply seem to disappear on your head. They are also secure, and stay put when moving around.
Sound: Very flat frequency response, without any hype anywhere in the spectrum. The bass is tight and controlled, and the highs are clear and clean. If you are used to driving around in your 1000 watt rap-mobile with enough bass to cause a nosebleed at 30 feet, these are not for you. However, if you can appreciate what the mastering engineer intends the finished product of quality music to sound like, you'll be happy with these.
Isolation: These phones provide an immersive experience without making you feel like you're in a sensory deprivation tank.Read more ›
I like to wear the apple earbuds with the microphone / controls in them around the house so I can listen to music or podcasts as well as continue doing household things if I get a call on my iPhone during that time. However the apple headset was not durable and the microphone stopped working and the sound quality was not the greatest. With this headset I get all the same advantages but with MUCH better sound and a better microphone- plus since it points upward I don't have to worry about which direction it's pointing. I only have to worry about snagging the cord on things and hoping that its more durable, but I plan on putting it through its paces. So far I am extremely satisfied and have been impressed by the quality of every Sennheiser product I've owned including closed headphones, microphones, and now this headset.
The fact that it happened twice suggests Sennheiser has changed the detailing of their plugs to a point where they are not as sturdy as the older versions.
It's a pity, because I have lost a bit of faith in the brand.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sure these headphones function as advertised but they sound AWFUL. No bass response, no treble response. Dull and lifeless. $87 is way way overpriced for what you get. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Trent W
Always appreciate their design which allows for easy storage in my computer bag. I see the others on the plane with their large over-ear solutions and am sure that is wonderful,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Greg S Rodgers
Pros: Reliably good sound quality, convenient line-in controller + mic, decent mic sound quality, it collapses nicely for travel.
Cons: Fairly delicate cable + plug. Read more
I have zero complaints about these headphones. They're an upgrade to my original Sennheiser PX-200 phones and are a noticeable improvement. Read morePublished 3 months ago by MotoMac
I've bought these pair of headphones 3x. The first one lasted for about 3 years before one of the sides sounds' started messing up. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Devina Yoestong