Summary: Pros: Comfortable Works as indicated on Sennheiser website with the all devices tested, including iPhone 4 and various Nokia phones. Some require included adapter - but there are no instructions on website as to which devices need adapter. Cons: Narrow frequency response; limited bass and high end Low output compared to other headphones Short cable No instructions for use of adapter; URL on adapter package label brings up a 404 (bad link).
Very comfortable, very inefficient, good imaging, low bass.
Chris Zee Shutterbug, Amazon
22 May 2013
Summary: I have now spent quite a few hours with the HD219S headphones . And my overwhelming conclusion is not specific to these headphones, but to headphones in general. Why is it so hard to combine comfort, sound quality, efficiency, power handling and sturdiness in one unit? The Sennheiser's are featherweight on my head, although the very flat cushioned headband does tend to make a point contact on top of the head.
Sennheiser HD 219 phones: smart remote control feature, but pricey and overall just OK
The Guardian, Amazon
26 April 2013
Summary: These headphones are designed for use with a portable music player like an iPod. The sound quality is good - as you might expect from a strong brand like Sennheiser - but not great, the bass in particular being weak (a more expensive version of these headphones is available `with dynamic bass response'). Positives: lightweight, reasonably robust, and the excellent `remote control' moulded onto the cable which enables you to pause/play/skip/ etc.
Summary: Suenan bien, calidad aceptable por 37 euros, pero no por 69 euros como en otras tiendas pero hay dos cosas que no me gustan - cable es muy fino y muy fragil, ademas es corto - mando donde esta ubicado el micrófono lleva un controlador de volumen muy raro y en verdad no es muy util