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Beyerdynamic MMX101 iE Performance In-Ear Earphones with Mic for iPhone and Other Smartphones


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  • Thrilling realistic live sound through powerful Neodymium HD acoustic drivers
  • Rugged aluminium housing
  • Maximum ambient noise attenuation
  • Skype/VOIP connector
  • Free carry pouch
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Item Weight9 g
Product Dimensions2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm
Item model numberMMX 101 iE
Colourblack
Speaker Amplification TypeStereo
  
Additional Information
ASINB005AUTSOY
Best Sellers Rank 11,697 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight59 g
Date First Available1 July 2011
  
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"And in-ear headphones this good really do deserve to be heard by everyone." What Hi-Fi Sound & Vision Awards 2013THE SMART PHONE EARPHONES THAT PUT MUSIC FIRSTDespite suiting a wide range of smartphones, the Beyerdynamic MMX 101 iE earphones aren't afraid to put music first. Using Neodymium HD acoustic drivers gives these 'phones a weighty, powerful bass response. Yet they're also refined and subtle when needs be, extricating every nuance of music in fine detail. Thanks to the carefully contoured ear-pieces, these earphones also offer excellent suppression of ambient background noise, letting you hear more of the music more of the time.HIGH QUALITY HANDS-FREE MICROPHONEUsing its high quality built-in microphone, the MMX101iE makes the ideal partner for your smart phone. Calls you make and receive will be clearly heard at the other end, thanks to the Beyerdynamic's precise voice pick-up.COMPATIBLE WITH IPHONE, IPAD, IPOD TOUCH, BLACKBERRY AND HTCThanks to the single button remote control and 4 pole mini jack plug, the MMX 101 iE earphones are compatible with a wide range of smartphones and tablets. Furthermore, separate adaptors are available for Nokia, Ericsson, Samsung, Motorola and LG models. There's even a Skype/VoIP adaptor for connection to notebook computers.For quality music and calls from your smartphone, these award-winning earphones make a smart choice.2 year limited guarantee included

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Earphones with carry puch and spare ear buds

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Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By CCL on 21 Aug. 2013
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The sound quality of this earphone is great but the earpieces started falling apart few months after purchased. This is my second purchase, and both ended damaging for the same problem which cost me over £150 for this product! However, the manufacture warranty is good, so I got a replacement through their uk retailer (amazon only deals within 1 year)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By MKFan on 24 May 2013
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I can't fault the sound quality of these earphones but the earpieces started falling apart 2 months after purchase.
It appears as if everything was poorly glued together. It's really not worth the price considering this a common problem with this particular model.
I owned different brands from Sennheizers, Beats and Sony earphones and this is the first time I've come across this problem.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Pen Name on 26 Sept. 2013
Sound quality is quite impressive considering the price point. However, after 6 months the started to fall apart, literarly. If you are a heavy user like myself I would not recomend they; otherwise great buy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By WDK on 8 Mar. 2013
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I am an amateur (not really)audiophile and before purchasing these had bought a pair of Beyerdynamic's dt990 Pro 250ohm. Having been impressed with the build quaity of that pair, I was surprised to find these so brittle and flimsy (I understand these are a completely different style of 'phone, I mean in proportion). I also didn't like the way they sat i nthe ear. In my opinion this lead to less than optimal sound quality.

I'll stand by Beyerdynamic as a brand, and am currently considering a pair of dt770s. This particular product is just a bit of an nomaly.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By astockwelluk on 20 July 2012
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I bought these to replace a pair of Shure SE215's
SOUND - In comparison the Shure phones were a lot lighter and tinnier sounding but very precise, The MMX101's give a much richer warmer sound. However with both sets of phones you soon get used to the sound you are listening to and they are both very good.
NOISE ISOLATION - Where the Shure headphones win hands down though is in background noise isolation. The Shure headphones were excellent in this respect, to the extent that when taking them off in the street traffic noise suddenly seems deafening. Unfortunately with the MMX101's street noise can be so load as to require you to raise the volume.
BUILD - As with all headphones the jack that connects to your MP3 player etc is the bit that usually breaks first and this is what happened with my Shure SE 215's a little after a year. A nice touch with them was that they have a socket higher up the cord allowing you to replace the damaged jack with a replacement extension. The MMX101's don't have this so I just hope that they are robustly built (too early to say at the moment).
COMFORT - The lead on Shure SE215's is good for looping over the ear but the MMX101's is not so easy and keeps popping off.
MICROPHONE - The microphone on the MMX101's is very useful if you are using it on a smart phone. There is a single button which on my android device pauses the music and answers calls (The Shure SE215 does not have a Microphone).
CONCLUSION - personally I think the Shure SE215 are a bit better although it is pretty close and if there is a noticeable difference in price this would be the decider for me
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By KJ on 13 Jun. 2012
On the shelf the Beyerdynamics could easily be mistaken for a £10 set of earphones, out of the box I've seen more expensive looking units going for £20 but that's where the comparison abruptly ends.

On listening to the Beyerdynamics for the first time I quickly realised they were no ordinary earphones when the midrange frequencies filled out whatever ear the track I was listening determined with a rich and detailed 3d presence that I thought was impossible with earphones. Its almost like the Beyerdynamics use the inside of your skull to build a sonic stage, the baas is punchy but never overblown, the treble is sweet and detailed but not overpowering. The incredible thing about the Beyerdynamics is that no instrument ever appears to arrive flat through any channel, there's always some 3d magic involved, the whole frequency range dances around like a young Muhammad Ali in his prime, able to throw a punch from anywhere, "hit hard and move on quickly".

I'm just praying that they'll last me, they seem robust but I have no way of knowing for sure, I listen to a lot of music on my phone so having a built in microphone and answer button is very useful for me, not too sure about the Skype laptop adapter as I'd be more inclined to use Skype on my phone.

I'm no audiophile or sound engineer just a guy who listens to a lot of music on the move and isn't swayed into buying stuff just because of the brand.

There's loads of models to choose from at this price range but I think I actually got lucky with these earphones, I just hope they're better built than somethe other models I've used over the years.
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I am not an audiophile, but insist my mp3s are cut at 320, use my tablet rather than underpowered mp3 players and buy the best earphones I can afford.
Seeing the rave reviews for this product I bought a set, and struggling painfully through the burn in period suddenly realised that these earphones just didn't have any element of base compared to the far cheaper Sony MDRXB30EX Extra Bass In-Ear Headphones, or the better and more expensive similar Sony model (which I can't find the name for) and has apparently been discontinued.
Yes the attack of the high end is impressive, and the high end of the stereo imagery is very good, but with female singers in particular, it introduces a harshness which amounts to distortion. Perhaps I am a fan of base, but I really can't appreciate my music with an incomplete sound stage represented by the lack, at any appreciable level, of base. Music just sounds tinny.
I set the earphones on loud play for over a day, in the hope the base might develop as the 'cones wore in', but at the end a direct comparison with my other earphones showed me that the base level was just far below any level I would find acceptable.
Demoting them to my mp3 player I also found the jack didn't match the socket and I had to pull it slightly out before it would play in stereo.
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