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Reviewed: Sennheiser PX 100 Headphones

These Phones are Great! end of review.
hey i actually went through a dozen reviews on the web before purchasing these. i have so many pairs of headphones that i've lost count. i'm a big fan of Sony phones, and still am, but these Sennheisers have opened me to new dimensions. my iPod and Nano have been great companions, and deliver so many hours of musical pleasure, but the "buds" that are included sound terrible. but worst of all, they hurt my ears after about 45 minutes. So i decided to purchase the Apple In Ear phones. they are good on the subway, and noisy places because they cut "some" sound. it's by no means a sound proof set. but i've worked with them for a few years and will still use them at the gym. the problem is that they transmit rubbing sounds from my clothing, or they are pulled out very easily. the sound is decent and acceptable in most cases.
Now... the Sennheisers are totally different. they are open, over the ear phones. you can hear everything people do or say around. having said that, it may be a better choice for the street, so that you would not get run over without knowing what happened. it's also decent for quieter places like the office or libraries. true, if you turn the music up, people can hear it, but then the clarity of these phones will keep you happy at lower volumes. i went through Jazz and J Pop, Hip Hop and Rock, Rap and Pop, they all sounded like never before. I was especially pleased with Jazz, as the masters seem to appear in front of my when i close my eyes. the smooth bass is never distorted even at higher decibels. the sweet treble holds true without the metallic twang of the Apple "Buds". these babies just sound awesome, period.
The other great thing is that they are foldable. they fold up into a small frame for easy storage. in fact, the phones even come with a hard plastic case, about the size of a sunglass case. the hinges are steel reinforced, the wires are kevlar lined, and the transducers are neodymium magnets and the construction is superb. You would be paying a lot of money for quality like this usually, but in this case the listed price is only 59.99. you can get it at amazon for 29.99, insane. [equipbug]

for more information, check it out HERE:
B000089Gn3.01. Sclzzzzzzz 0020080010 176
Also in iPod White:
Px100White 2
www.amazon.com, www.gentrade.co.jp

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7:51 PM

I have been using these for over a year. This is one of must-have accessories for iPod. These headphones work at their best on Jazz music. As you said, you can't go wrong with the humbling bass sound that never clouds vocal sound and sounds from other instruments. I am very satisfied with my Ella songbooks as well as Miles Davis collections. I think the sounds they produce on classical music are too quiet as if the sound leeks out from the side since these are not the around-ear headphones. IMO, they are still better than that from Sony's. Rarely do I use these listening to my Dance music repertoire before going out on Friday nights. I feel the sound are too plastic-like and they can't bring the feeling of trembling of my eardrums. I am not an audiophile but I concern a lot about the quality of music. For budget music lovers, an iPod and a good pair of headphones are more than enough to enjoy good music. Since I listen to Jazz and R&B most of the time, I am already satisfied with my Sennheisers. I bought mine for 40 from Amazon while they were sold here in Bangkok for U$65. Insane.    



6:11 AM

Yup i agree with you. have had them for a while and it's been working out. bought them at the apple online store though. wish i had gone and search amazon first. oh well, they'll last forever and worth every penny.    



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