Poor durability: does't travel well: headphone band snapped after < 12 mo
Amazon Customer "Julian @ Julian On Software", Amazon
21 April 2014
Summary: These were a gift for my wife who loved them but when they died before even a year was up, we were very disappointed. I myself found the sound pretty basic. Something like the Bose QC3s as reference (though wired) are vastly superior.
Summary: I expected more, maybe thats why i felt disappointed afterwards, also the headset can not be used for gaming together with voip. Either you have good sound quality and no mic or you have mic and poor sound quality.
Summary: The sound on these headphones is amazing and the noise cancelation is great aswell, the only problem is that when i make or recieve calls the other person always complains about that there is too much noise even if im just home and its quiet.
Good sound, reasonable noise cancelling, rubbish battery
Ian London, Amazon
28 March 2013
Summary: I chose these because there is very little available when you want Bluetooth and noise cancelling and full over ear comfort. In fact these are probably the only cans that do all three and for that they deserve five stars alone.
Summary: It appears my search for decent wireless headphones continues but these are the best I've found (aside from some issues which may or may not be a trouble for you). First off, unlike some (most) wireless headphones that I've tried these do actually sound very good.
Summary: This is a pretty decent pair of headphones and I'm certainly glad to have received a set to review. However, (as with the SYNC By 50 Percent) there are some serious flaws that I would not considerable remotely acceptable within this price bracket.
Summary: Hatte mir zum Vergleich den Bose AE2w und den Sennheiser MM 550-X kommen lassen. Der Bose klang beim ersten Aufsetzen offener, dreidimensionaler - bei längerem Hören wurde aber klar, dass der Sennheiser direkter und deutlich besser auflöst.
Summary: Zuerst einmal ich habe ein kabellosen Kopfhörer gesucht da es beim Sport manchmal stört wenn immer ein Kabel herumbaumelt. Als Vergleich hatte ich auch noch das "Sennheiser MM 400 X" bestellt.
Summary: In vielen Rezessionen ließt man leider sehr wenig über das aktive NoiseCanceling (bei Sennheiser NoiseGuard). Oft habe ich gelesen, dass die Kopfhörer ja nicht deswegen gekauft wurden, wobei ich mich frage warum man dann nicht das 100€ günstigere Modell nimmt mit ansonsten gleichen Funktionsumfang.