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Sennheiser PX200 Black Closed Mini Headphone Black


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  • Closed design - Blocks outside noise
  • Single-sided cable for convenient handling
  • Integrated volume control for enhanced usability and convenience
  • Steel-reinforced headband for high durability
  • Fold and flip: registered design allows the ear cups to be turned 90° and the headphones folded towards the headband (headphones will lock in open and closed positions)
  • Convenient carrying case included
  • Optimised for MP3, iPod, iPhone (iPod and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc. registered in the U.S. and other countries) and portable media players
  • 2 year warranty

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 27.9 x 16.5 x 5.1 cm ; 100 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 454 g
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  • Item model number: PX200
  • ASIN: B000089GN4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 July 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (223 customer reviews)
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Manufacturer's Description

Ideal for great sound enjoyment - the closed, dynamic, supra-aural PX 200-II mini headphones provide excellent isolation to let you enjoy your music without being disturbed or disturbing others.

They also provide outstanding wearing comfort with their soft leatherette ear pads. Like the PX 100-II, these mini headphones come with a steel-reinforced headband for long lasting strength and durability.

An integrated volume control on the cable allows for enhanced usability and convenience.


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63 of 63 people found the following review helpful By M. A. Burgess on 2 Nov 2006
I've had a pair of these for a year and they're pretty much unbeatable. A good well-balanced sound, they are semi-closed back in style with enough bass for you not to bother with the bass-boost feature on your player. Not thick and heavy as some closed back types are, they work well with all music types from metal to vocals to classical strings and jazz. They fit my head (that's saying something!) and have a typically sennheiser soft pad fit to the ear, VERY comfortable for listening over long periods. Also, not only can no-one else tell what you're listening to, they also do a great job of reducing external white noise so are right at home in the typical public-transport environment of the mp3 listener and as a result make listening at low volumes a pleasure.

However.......the universal joint 'pins' on the drive units are made of plastic. One of mine sheared off recently, looks like a weak point in their construction. Be careful how you store them, don't just throw them in a bag. I will still be buying another pair though.
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109 of 110 people found the following review helpful By dan on 19 July 2007
i never write reviews but what prompted me was the the large number of reviews from other websites which stated that the px100 was superior to the px200. i currently own hd555 and i love the flat sound it gives which allows me to crank up the volume without annoying or hurting my ears. i was looking for a pair of portable headphones similar to the sound of the 555 which i could listen to for several hours without listener fatigue.

i had tested the px100 and was satisfied with the sound. on the day that i went to purchase it the shop asked if i wanted to try the px200. i tested the 2 headphones side by side for 30 minutes. even though i was satisfied with the sound of the px100 i decided to buy the px200 for the following reasons:

1. the bass is better
2. the midrange and treble are clearer
3. it is a lot more efficent. on some tracks i had to crank up the
volume to full on the px100 but i only had to turn the volume on at
3/4 on the px200 to achieve the same volume
4. it isolates sound
5. even though the sound is less flat than the px100 it does not give
me any listening fatigue like i get from cheap headphones

if i had not listened to the px200 i would have been more than satisfied with the px100. but after having tested the px200 i decided to buy it.

i hope this is helpful.
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89 of 90 people found the following review helpful By "alex43742" on 31 July 2004
Spent a long time investigating headphones for my new iPod after accepting that while the white buds are trendsville, they weren't going to give me the best quality music. Wanted 'phones that would cut out a bit of outside noise, wouldn't disturb other people on the train, would be portable and practical, and, most importantly, would sound very good. And I'm no audio expert, so I didn't want to spend loads of money until I got a sense of how good headphones can be. Read dozens of reviews and settled on buying the PX200s, which I've now had two days.
Once you get inside the plastic packaging, you find they come in this plastic case that, while I appreciate they do fit in very ingeniously, I almost laughed because I realised I'm never going to get organised to spend time putting them in and out of the case: it's a very snug fit. It took me a few moments to figure out how to get them out! Once out they fold out to headphone size very easily, and while not feeling amazingly rugged, the build quality is very good. I think I'm going to be happy just folding them up, wrapping the wire round loosely, and keeping them semi-safe in my bag or (large) pocket. Just for stats purposes, they have a standard 3.5mm jack, and the cable is 1.4m according to the box. Length of cable seems fine to me.
Put the headphones on and they're very comfortable. Adjusting the height is quite easy (I have quite a big head), and they sit quite comfortably over hours of usage, the oft quoted "didn't realise I had them on" and so forth.
Plugged them into my iPod and immediately noticed two things. First, the overall sound quality is wonderful, and I realised how much those iPod buds muffle and blend the sounds (relatively speaking of course).
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Milt Ingarfield on 12 Feb 2005
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I don't what it is but the manufactures of portable decks wither it be MP3, CD, DVD and handheld games systems the supplied "in-ear" headphones sound just awful and are quite painful to listen too, with that in mind SENNHEISER came up with a range of headphones to replace them.
The first of these models is an "in-ear" design, the model MX500 I found this particular design to uncomfortable to wear over long periods and the next ones in the range where more comfortable to wear over extended listening sessions and where very cool to look at with their retro looks with a supplied carrying box that looks like a sunglasses case but the PX100 design lacked the detailed sound I was looking for.
The third model in the range is the PX200, these headphones look very similar to the PX100's but this version is a "closed-back design" which means they sound a lot more dynamic and the wearer still gets a deep powerful BASS performance and people sitting next you in enclosed spaces don't, which is always good because I don't want too annoy my fellow passengers on public transport.
If folding design of these headphones puts you because you don't think you will remember how to fold them back into the case don't worry SENNHEISER have thought of that, they have put a 4 step diagram on 1 side of the carrying case to remind you how to get them back in the protective box.
The folding design is great idea you always have "phones" in your pocket at the ready, I use them myself when I DJ, their light reinforced construction with ergonomic ear pads make them perfect for this use.
For all you technical heads out there the data for this model of phones is as follows,
Frequency response 10 - 21,000 Hz.
Impedance 32 ¿.
SPL (at 1 kHz, 1 Vrms): 115dB
THD: 0.1%.
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