Summary: As these are inexpensive headphones i wasn't expecting too much from them but didn't get any surprises. They are lightweight and reasonably put together. The fit was fine for me but obviously would vary from person to person maybe not for someone with larger ears.
Summary: Bought these to listen to my ipod touch and laptop music. I have had Sennheiser headphones before and had been pleased with then so bought them with that in mind. For the price the sound quality is good, they do however seem a bit cheaply constructed and flimsy.
Summary: These 'on-ear' headphones are compact and come with a 1.4m lead and 3.5mm jack. The design itself is good; cushioned headband and earpieces for comfort and the earpieces swivel so that the headphones are easily stored away when not in use.
Summary: These are a decent set of headphones that sit comfortably on your ears. As with all Sennheiser products the sound quality is good, however, they do leak sound which isn't a problem for the listener but may bother those around you.
Summary: Although a little plasticky in appearance the Sennheiser HD218 headphones look smart. They also seem to be well made and are comfortable even when worn for longer periods. The fact that the connecting lead only goes to the left side can means that there's one less wire to catch things in as you wear...
Summary: Sennheiser's HD 218 headphones are the entry level in a new range of on-ear closed-back models designed for iPods, MP3 players and other portable audio equipment. There are also the HD 228 and the HD 238, all look fairly similar but performance varies with price.
Summary: I'm not normally a fan of headphones/earphones as I never normally find that they combine sound quality and comfort but these really surprised me. They have a padded head piece and really comfortable ear pieces, I also liked the fact that the ear pieces swivel so that you can angle them the way you...
Summary: Sennheiser headphones have always been known for two things - a very neutral sound, and tough-as-old-boots build quality. The HD 218 lives up to this at least in part. These are an on-ear headphone - the pads press directly onto your ears, much like the very first Walkman headphones.
Summary: I have tried these out with a couple of different MP3 players and they sound great, after a little tweaking. I normally listen with earbuds which need the 'bass boost' turned on, but I had to turn it off for the Sennheisers because they boost it enough for me.
Summary: I have been looking for a reasonable set of headphones for computer use and the occasional use with an MP3 player. I have quite niche tastes in music, listening mainly to extreme forms of heavy metal so my requirements are a little bit of bass and bottom end, good midrange and not too much upper...