Conclusion: B]. Features:This one has plenty of interesting features as stated below.- A carry case that has storage for everything including the different sized tips that come with it but it's a bit bulky for portability purposes and definitely too big for earphones this tiny.
Excerpt: Good sound is expensive, and there is no getting away from that fact. Which is why, it’s mostly the ‘audiophiles’ amongst us who don’t mind spending so much money for speakers, home theaters, and even something we consider as very basic – earphones.
Excerpt: When you think of German companies, what are some of the first things that come to mind? The terms that cross my mind are precision manufacturing, innovation, and sleek design—three phrases that couldn’t be any more accurate in describing the German firm Sennheiser and their approach to audio.
Conclusion: £200 is a lot to spend on headphones, but these come with decent accessories, sound terrific and have customisation potential most headphones can only dream of. In short, we like them, a great deal.
Summary: We were rather fond of the old Sennheiser IE 8 in-ears . Massively comfortable, well made and deeply, adjustably bassy, they were great for fluid tunes on a long commute. But it's possible they were just a touch too smooth, which could take some of the kick out of pumping tracks.