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Sennheiser PX 100 Collapsible Headphones

Updated on February 22, 2010

Sennheiser px 100 headphones

Sennheiser px 100 collapsible headphones.
Sennheiser px 100 collapsible headphones.

Sennheiser px 100 headphones

Sennheiser is a well know brand in the headphones market. They have been around for a while and really know how to make quality headphones that meet the needs of any user from the casual listener to the full on audiophile who likes his sound perfect and clean. 

Most headphones, however, are purchased by the casual market for their iPods or Zune media player devices. Because these are portable and used by people almost everywhere not just any headphone set will do. The bigger headphones are too bulky and cumbersome. For others the earbuds are just right because they are small and compact, but if you're like me at all they begin to hurt your ears after a while. 

The best solution is to go in the middle with a pair of lightweight Sennheiser headphones like the PX 100 model. They use a dynamic mini headphones and a slim, lightweight design that is both comfortable and convenient to the music listener on the go. The slim design does not cut back on sound quality however. The convenience does not stop with just great quality sound in a small package, the Sennheiser PX 100 are also completely collapsible and the ear cups can be turned 90 degrees so the whole thing can be made to fit in a carry case and stowed in your pocket or bag. The headband, even though collapsible, is also completely adjustable to fit most any head size. So now you can bob your head to the music and not worry about them falling off.

So what do people have to say about them? On Amazon users are proclaiming them to be a great pair of headphones. Quality comes at a price and even though these are 'entry level' headphones they can compete with the more expensive brands on a lot of levels. They easily beat the cheaper headphones. One issue to take note of is that they are open ear headphones. What this means is that the cups are not closed up or noise isolating. If you are in a loud outside environment you probably will hear a bit of it, and if in a quiet place like the library there is a good chance that those around you can hear your music. If this is unsettling just remember to turn the volume down. Not only will no attention be drawn to you but you'll also save your ears from damage cause my listening too loud. 

Sennheiser Headphones px 100


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