Excerpt: I own a 7 year old pair of PX 100 and this newer model is chunkier, compresses the head more, the ear pads are scratchy, the headphones look like they are made from lower end parts and the plug end crackles when I plug it into my devices.
Excerpt: I purchased these headphones to replace the model that preceded them- the PX-100. The sound of these headphones is superior to the prior model, however, they are not comfortable to wear for any period of time and squeeze your head. I am disappointed, also the cord is very flimsy.
Excerpt: While these are definitely not audiophile level phones they are amongst the best in their class. For those listeners who are not happy unless the bass is booming or the treble is screaming, don't even think about trying these headphones out.
Pros: Compact, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight
Summary: Recently I bought Micromax Nitro from Snapdeal. I wanted to have good headphone and basis on the customers reviews I decided to purchase Sanheiser Px-100II. Although bass, treble is there but the volume decreases when you adjust equalizers at your best.
Decent but broke a couple of months outside the warranty
28 April 2014
Summary: I really liked them while I had them and would have probably gone for 4-5 stars, but unfortunately they have broken. The sound is hugely distorted. What is even more annoying is that they broke just outside the warranty.
Summary: Good sound. But really bad built quality. The ear caps came off very first day of use. Other wise ok. I don't know if the caps are available or sold separately. This is the exact same thing that happened to my previous sennheiser headphones.
Summary: Going into this purchase, I had fairly high expectations from these. After having owned them for nearly a month now, I can say this with certainty: I prefer IEMs over headphones, open or closed. That's not to say that these are a bad pair of headphones. Far from it.
Summary: I found the sound on these headphone amazing. I normally had to have the volume set quite high on my ipod with my apple headphones, but could put it less the halfway and still have amazing sound with these. They were also very comfortable.
Summary: I had the old-style px-100 headphones which were lovely and comfy (thin metal headband, but quite springy). I read the recent reviews for the next-generation style (mostly about audio quality) but nevertheless thought I'd give them a go.
Summary: Bought these as a replacement for my original PX100 headphones which broke after many years of trouble-free use. The PX100-II provide similar sound reproduction (excellent), but unfortunately don't feel as comfortable to wear (not so excellent).