Summary: The headphones provided great sound with clarity at mid and high volume. Bass was a little lacking, but adequate for the price. Build design provides good portability but seems fragile if mishandled.
Pros: Sound quality and clarity. Comfortable fit. Light weight.
Cons: Fragile feel in terms of construction. Lacking bass.
Summary: I bought these for my wife so she could watch videos on her computer while I watch TV. They are very comfortable, and give enough sound isolation, but not so much that I can't get her attention. The sound quality is very good for the price, but no competition for really expensive headphones.
Pros: Very comfortable, good sound isolation, well built. Good sound for the price,
Summary: After going through 2 sets of ear buds from different manaufacturers I finally decided to go with this over the ear style. Sennheiser is known for great quality sound and that's exactly what you get from this product.
Pros: Good sound reprodution. Very comfortable fit. Blocks out enough noise to use in many situations.
Cons: Won't advance tracks in iTunes..Cord is a little long. A little pricey but worth it.
Summary: Works great. Built well and comfortable. A bit of a learning curve to "fold" them correctly for storage! Purchased them as I was getting inner ear issues off and on from my wonderful, perfect Etymotic hf3 earbuds. Prefer in ear buds but these headphones are great.
Pros: Comfortable and well built.
Cons: Would like more of a "differentiation" between sound/ volume/control/ pause buttons so one could "feel" them easier and feel/find the difference betw. them instead of guessing. Occas. I press vol. +or - and end up pausing it etc. The control buttons are so close.Or, that the mic/controls are...
Summary: I bought the Sennheiser headphones as a gift for my wife to use while on the treadmill. The headphones perform as advertised as in great sound and perfect for working out. I own a pair of Bose headphones and I was impressed with the Sennheiser quality for the price.
Summary: Start out with a flat EQ setting. Turn off all enhancements. They sound good with everything turned off. Had to add a little top-end with the EQ but that's my style. Get these things for a good , solid set of every-day headphones. They are priced just right for the sound quality.
Pros: Pretty flat sound from about 15 Hz clear up to 20,000Hz Very comfortable Decent SPL for size Great price for what you get Not much EQ needed Sound great on my headphone tube amp with an EH6922 tube
Cons: They are a little heavy for on-ear phones One egg off for being heavy Not really Newegg's fault I'm nit-picking here
Summary: The sound of the Sennheiser PX-200-II is quite different from the sound of the PX-100-II, and where I would normally expect a closed earcup (PX-200-II) to produce better bass than an open earcup (PX-100-II), the opposite is true with these two headphones.
Summary: These are a very nice pair of on-ear headphones, and I found the sound quality to be quite good and detailed for a portable set. They can be folded into a compact size. Once folded they are easy to carry around while commuting or travelling. The biggest advantage of these headphones viz.
Summary: Nice size and weight. Good sound, remote doesn't work properly for my Windows Phone, or Android Tablet, I should have know better when these weren't mentioned in the manufacturer's description.
Pros: nice size, and sounds are great
Cons: remote volume only works with Apple stuff, pause does work, go figure