Excerpt: 3 weeks ago I was in an HMV store in London staring aimlessly at a wall of headphones. Clearly I was struggling as after about 5 minutes a shop assitant came over and recommended these babies. Initially I was dubious as they looked exactly the same as a cheapo £5.99 pair just next to them but I was assured the sound quality more than made up for the price (I got mine for £30) ..
Excerpt: I bought these earphones as replacements for an old pair of Sony Fontopia earphones which I lost. The Fontopias were about £20 and these were £35. Firstly, these are comfortable. They do not feel intrusive in your ear canal and even after very long periods (4+ hours) they barely irritate at all. The sound quality is not great, though this is mostly, like all earphones, because they are earphones and not headphones.
Excerpt: It seems to be the ultimate cardinal sin among gadget fans - failing to upgrade the headphones that came with your iPod/MP3 Player. But what if you've never had any problems with your bundled headphones? They're comfortable, look great and you don't really fancy shelling out £50 for a new pair that you don't really need.
Pros: Great looks, lots of extra kit, noise cancelling works, comfortable, top quality sound
Cons: Not quite as big a difference as you might be led to expect . . .
Excerpt: I have just purchased the CX400s after my years of use from the older CX300 model. The difference is amazing... I listen to a lot of Classical, Chamber music on public transport on the way to work and these block about loads of background noise. But... The main reason I bought them was for the sound quality. They are a real improvement over the older model, The older model that I was really happy with. But these... wow!!!
Pros: Great Sound Quality : Noise Isolating Properties .
Excerpt: Sennheiser CX400 is a pair of headphones that boasts of quality bass and clarity. It has rubber sheathes that protect the cable that comes from each earpiece from going down in your ear. Unlike other earphones with cables which are either too long or too short, the CX400 comes with an extension cable which you can plug into if needed. These in-ear buds are the perfect example of why you should replace your iPod's bundled pish.
Excerpt: These in-ear, noise-isolating headphones feel be a little strange when you first start using them - but don't let that put you off. Sony and Sennheiser have been offering this headphone technology for a few years now. It has stood the test of time, and is probably here to stay for a few more years whether you like it or not!
Excerpt: Being Sennheisers' you are expecting some great quality head-phones, and these plugs sure won't disappoint. The company's entry level in ear headphones feature a compact, stylist design, with sound to match. The sound boasts a hearty, deep bass sound, with great high tones as well, that are of a high standard, without being too tinny.
Pros: Amazing value for money, great quality for all music, many extras .
Cons: The cable tidy is less practical than others I have seen .
Excerpt: The first thing you do when your looking for headphones is look at the specialists, if you look at sony, panasonic, or any other big brand electronic firm and think big name=good product, your wrong even these companies specialise, for example you won't do badly buying a Sony TV but sony sound has honestly gone downhill at the turn of the millenium. Sennheiser specialise in headphone, and you can tell when you hear what comes out of their headphones.
Excerpt: As far as in ear head phones go these are the best available at this price. the bass is strong and punchy with superb detail from the highs to the lows. these are a near perfect match for your mp3 player or if you like to listen to music on your pc and a standard cd player, they handle any genre of music witch is handy if like me you have a vairied preferance of music. very comfortable as well.
Summary: przyjemny dźwięk, nie męczy przy dłuższym słuchaniu, bas nie jest przesadzony, średnica w porządku, troche za ostra góra jak dla mnie, wybrałem taką konstrukcję bo ciężko mi dopasować inne, po prostu wypadają mi z uszu. W tej cenie chyba warto ale za 180zł bym nie kupił niestety... Rozwiązanie nie do końca ergonomiczne ale wygodne w użytkowaniu ze względu na rozmiary.
Pros: chyba cena/jakość w porównaniu z niektórymi wydmuszkami w cenie poniżej 100zł
Cons: trudno mi sie przyzwyczaić do czegoś w uchu bo nigdy wcześniej z takiego wynalazku nie korzystałem, jak dla mnie toche ostra góra