Summary: I got these headphones on sale and at $40, these give you great sound for the size and weight IF you have an equalizer. Straight out of the box, the mid range (i.e. most vocals) sound muffled while high notes are painful to listen to at any decently loud volume. After giving them a burn-in for a few hours and some fiddling around on my equalizer, music sounds great on these headphones (mids are still a little muted though).
Pros: -feels light and snug on your head, -surprising durability thanks to the metal band reinforcement, -foldable and portable, -immersive sound
Cons: -mids sound muddy, highs are ringing and make my ears hurt, -flimsy cable reinforcement at both ends
Summary: This is the best product of Sennheiser ... I have been thru many headphone but i cant feel confortable wearing headphone.. It gives me sweat in ears.. Thats y i prefered this, as this is good to fit to ears.... Best is that the sound is too clear with a perfect bass.... Those who are interested in bass only then i would prefer not to choose this... Then you should better go to JBL.... Really this is too awesome..... I suggest for better music Go for it......
Summary: I bought the first model of these headphones for my H.S. and college aged kids a few years ago to replace the earbuds that came w/ their MP3 players. We were very impressed. Now, I have gotten the newest model of these headphones and I`m very pleased with the fit, comfort and mainly the great sound. I like the open-design, and single cord.
Pros: Comfortable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight
Summary: When my PortaPros got dropped a few times too many I looked for a replacement. I narrowed the field to the PX 100 II and another pair of PortaPros because I need to have open ear headphones while using the computer. I should have just gotten another pair of PortaPros because the nicer definition on the high end does not make up for the uncomfortably large size. I am not a small person (6' 220lbs) and I never thought of my head as particularly small.
Pros: Clever packaging design, Durable, Nice definition in highs
Cons: Designed for giants, Poor Value, Uncomfortable
Excerpt: You get great sound value for a decent price. Surprisingly comfortable too, especially with the cord attached only to the left side of the headphones, resting the cord on your left side rather than in front of you with the traditional Y-cord. Stay away from it if you need noise isolation...
Summary: I just picked up a pair of PX100-ii today. I've been missing the PX100, and I've been curious how the sequel improves on the first one. First impressions (comparison to original from memory)...
Sound: the bass is a tiny bit louder and kicks harder, mids a little more laid back but a bit cleaner, highs the same. Running a frequency sweep, I think the highs on the ii are maybe a bit less wobbly. On fast bass heavy songs, the bass tends to bleed a bit into the mids.
Pros: ultralight and comfortable, single sided cord
Cons: no hard case, more expensve than its predecessor
Summary: These are one of the best open design headphones in this price range. They are very clear and don't leak as much as I thought they would. They are pretty inexpensive and I love the single sided wire. They are very comfortable so you can have them on for hours. The best thing about this model is you can fold them and stuff them in your bag or pockets. These are one of my best purchases, but of course there are always better ones so I upgraded!
Pros: Sound quality, price, single wire, comfortable, portability.
Summary: for me they r the best portable headphones i have ever bought in my life. well i am only 19 now. i hv done a hd515 review too.there u can see where rate these headphones.these r the fun headphones.. with everything almost right.. well i consider this as portable audiophile headphones.(imho ). well u can go to this link for the detailed review by katun. he did a very good review.well u will find me there too.