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Sennheiser MOMENTUM On-Ear - casques et micros (Bandeau, Binaural, Noir, Avec fil, 3,5 mm (1/8"), Supraaural)
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- Sennheiser MOMENTUM On-Ear. Type de casque: Binaural
- Style de casque portable: Bandeau
- Couleur: Noir. Technologie de connectivité: Avec fil
- Puissance d'entrée maximale: 200 mW
- distorsion harmonique totale: 0,2%. Type d'interface: 3,5 mm (1/8")
- Longueur de câble: 1,4 m. Couplage auriculaire: Supraaural
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Description du produit
Couplage auriculaire: Supraaural
Fréquence des écouteurs: 16 - 22000 Hz
Longueur de câble: 1,4 m
Plug and Play: Oui
Poids: 160 g
Puissance d'entrée maximale: 200 mW
Sensibilité du casque: 112 dB
Système acoustique: Fermé
Technologie de connectivité: Avec fil
Type d'interface: 3,5 mm (1/8")
Type de casque: Binaural
Type de pilote: Dynamique
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
For some crazy reason Amazon put these dark pink phones on sale for about 1/2 the price of the black or white ones so I figured, let's do it. The photo of them does them justice. If these were "bubble gum" pink or close to it I'd have sent them back or given them to a niece. For guys who think this might be too feminine a color I am not here to convince you otherwise. This is a wine color, the deep pink of a beautiful sunset, almost raspberry. In northern AZ this is a common color and featured in both Navajo and Hopi art work and their beautiful craft works.
Anyways, great sounding, these were well under $100, and have a very good iPhone mike set up as the people at the other end say the hear me fine when I am indoors.
These come in a deluxe storage cage suggesting portability. As The Wirecutter review noted these are portable as in fits in a suitcase or largish back pack but not in a briefcase or messenger bag type computer bag. And for air travel? Uhhhh, not so good for noise isolation.
No one set of 'phones is going to do it all. These are comfortable light in weigh but not the lightest and have a really good sound to these ears. Priced the Amazon did these and you will probably think, "Money well spent!" like I do.
First it is a Sennheiser,so I already had high hopes for it. ( Just so readers know even before trying it I am already a little bit biased, but I am not a crazy fan who would just give it a perfect score because of the name)
Not much comment on the design. It is what you see in the pic and you can find more their website.
The headphones are quite comfortable, but needs adjusting almost every time to get it to the sweet spot. Unlike most other headphones I owned which need a one time adjusting. For people who are first time buyers this should be part of your consideration. I wear these to commute to my Uni everyday so needing to adjust it every time I take it off is sometimes annoying. If you are using a sling bag, I would not recommend getting a pair the the sling bag and the headphone wire can tug on each other so you need to keep on readjusting it.
The sound are really nice. It hits MOST of the highs and lows. If you are not a audiophile, you should be fine; if you are you might have some complaints. ( As an audiophile, this a great for starters.) My playlist consists of dubsteps, rock and metal so for me I have no complains except on some the headphones were not able to reach some of the lows. A classical listener pointed out the headphones does not really suit classical and orchestral as "it does not sound natural." As for me, I tried a couple of classical, I can hear the different layers of music, so to me it is fine. The bass no complains here.
As mentioned I commute a lot. These headphones were really nice at home and in quieter environment but when I got on the subway I was shocked. The headphones had minimal sound isolation, I need to turn the volume up by 20% to listen to my music. Despite turning up the volume, I can still hear conversations going on. ( I did not mention the subway's sound as I have yet tried on a pair that can cancel those out)
Overall a 4 star because I like it and I am using a backpack to no tugging of cords. The noise I can handle as it is just a brief period of my daily time using headphones. Other times, it performed nicely.
Sound is fairly flat (in a good way). Able to hear lows, mids, and highs without any of them feeling unnaturally pronounced.
Sound isolation is good, as it blocks a bunch of noise but doesn't completely cut you off from outside world (great for street use)
Comfort is amazing, as the cushions are sublime. The band is a bit tight initially and presses the earbuds a bit too hard against the ears, but it eases up a bit with some use and is no longer an issue. I use these with and without glasses, and it is always comfortable.
minor issues are that they do not fold up so they are the same size in storage as they are in use. And while the cables are removable, the end that goes into the headphones has a unique locking function so replacement cables will likely have to be gotten from sennheiser.
Edit: I figured out how to contact them through their website (thank you, Jeffrey, for your comment below). By that time I had realized that the headphones come with two sets of cables. We switched out the cable and verified that the problem was in the cable with inline remote, not the headphones themselves. Now, the downside to this is that cables are considered an accessory, and are therefore not covered by warranty. However, Sennheiser was willing to send us a replacement cable free of charge as a one-time courtesy, and it arrived relatively quickly. Son is happily continuing to spend multiple hours a day with quality music sound, and despite the irritation of having to deal with a defective part, I can find no reason not to give the product the full five stars—excellent sound and comfort for the price, and good customer service.