Excerpt: I purchased these mainly for use at work since my new employer does not allow streaming audio through your computer. I have Sennheiser brand regular corded headphones at home for gaming, and their quality and clarity have always been top notch. It was tough finding a nice on-ear behind the neck option, but once I saw Sennheiser had one available, it was an easy decision. The pairing process was simple.
Pros: Clear Signal, Connects Easily, Fits well in ear, Good Sound, Good Volume Control, Lightweight, Long Battery Life
Summary: I'm comparing this model to a wired Sennheiser model with a microphone for voice calls. There's not a lot of reason to go wireless. The wireless model has good sound quality, but the volume is a lot lower than the wired model. They're nice when out on a walk. I found they aren't loud enough on a crowded commuter train, or any place noisy. They aren't the best choice for a workout either.
Excerpt: I bought these to use while working out on a rowing machine where headphone wires got in the way. I've had them a week and they workgreat. Very easy to initialize and pair with my iPad. Clear and loud enough to hear in a noisy gym.One caveat is that the status light can be hard to see. Be sure to orient the headphones so that you are looking straight at it. It tooksome experimenting to hook them over my ear properly.
Pros: Adds Functionality, Easy To Set Up, Lightweight