Summary: I found these to offer excellent quality both via Bluetooth and a wired cable, although you do only get the best results if your device supports APT-X. Compact, easy to use, easy to pair and decent battery life. My only downside is they fit quite tight. I don't have a huge head yet I found them a bit too tight fitting at times.
Summary: Like other reviewers say, these are fairly expensive headphones. They can be tight at first but this wears off gradually. The battery life is OK for commuting and they seem to charge quite quickly. The USB socket, however, can be very tight and if you're not careful the battery will come out still plugged in. All my smartphone chargers work fine and the rubber flap needs some work to wiggle back into place after charging.
Good as BT headphones - 1st pair had a fault but replaced by Amazon
G. Thomas, Amazon
7 January 2012
Summary: These Sennheiser headphones are well constructed and the accessories supplied are good quality. Sound is good for on-ear cans although a little harsh on some music and lacking in smooth bass. The battery pack is removeable so if it fails I presume it can be replaced without replacing the whole headphone which is good. Pairing is quick and easy - I have paired it to a cheap bluetooth audio dongle and my HTC Desire phone (on which it can control track skipping).
Summary: I was only prepared to purchase a set of quality headphones which had the option to function as wireless and also with cable connection for airline use.These Sennheiser PX 210 BT Closed Mini Headphones were the perefect solution and, as I had previously owned a Sennheiser product, I was well aware of the quality I could expect.The mini headphones are extremely compact and very easy to use, once the "pairing" procedure for wireless operation is mastered.
Great pair of headphones with a few minor places to improve
Harry "Harry", Amazon
1 June 2011
Summary: This is my third pair of these PX 210 BT (I tend to leave them on planes). I have also had the model with the noise cancelling function and would strongly recommend the "plain" bluetooth only version for the following reasons: - noise cancelling is not particularly good (compared to bose, etc) - battery life is reduced - can cope with steady hums very well but not good with intermitant noises (such as tubes) Other very minor points: - blue light shines very bright...
Summary: A friend at work purchased these and as soon as I saw them I ordered myself a pair. I have used these headphone on both my mac book pro and my iphone and they seem to work really well. The battery life is pretty impressive too. Some people have expressed concerns regarding the volume, but you will notice that volume can go up and down on various songs. I have observed this is down to bit rate.
Summary: I wasn't too sure what to expect with these, since I am not using the Sennheiser APT-X dongle. Instead I am connecting directly to my Bluetooth device (in this case an HTC Desire smart phone), and using the default Bluetooth 2.1 audio codec. The sound quality is good, in fact surprisingly good for regular Bluetooth transmission.
Summary: These are amazing headphones and paired easily with an iPhone 4. However, please note THEY WILL NOT ACCEPT OR ALLOW YOU TO MAKE PHONE CALLS. I was mislead by the rave reviews from other iPhone users and it never occurred to me that a bluetooth devise that worked with a phone would not automatically deal with phone calls. Amazon has been brilliant and agreed to take these ones back and I have ordered the MM400 headphones which can cope with calls.
Summary: I always have problems with the comfort of headphones, but these are great. I use them with my Iphone, and with the recent software update the forwards and rewind buttons now work alongside volume and play/pause. The only minor complaint I have is that they're quite wide and the headband projects out from my head so if I'm doing housework etc, they occasionally knock on things.