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PMX80 Sport II Headphones
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Description du produit
Conçu pour les sportifs, le casque PMX 80 Sport II de Sennheiser vous accompagne dans toutes vos sorties, même les plus mouvementées ! Ses aimants néodymes vous offrent un son équilibré et puissant pour une immersion totale dans votre musique préférée. Le PMX 80 Sport II est également résistant à la sueur et à l'eau, et se lave facilement. Optez pour un casque tout terrain avec le PMX 80 Sport II de Sennheiser !
Meilleurs commentaires des clients
- confort du tour de cou : trop de pression sur les oreilles , obligé de les enlever au bout d'une demi-heure de footing
- fragile : sans forcer le tour de cou a cassé dès la 1ere utilisation ( vice de fabrication ou defaut du produit ? )
Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
So the PMX80 Sport II had just come out. Better design than the 70's, but the price is very hefty at $55. Still, I needed what these said they could do. No regrets!
First, they sound great. They have a natural bass advantage because of the way they fit in your ears. Basically, they "fill" the entire gap. However, this can be a drawback of sorts; as sweat builds up and drips down the ear-way, the excess water can create a "seal" between your ear canal and the speaker of each bud. This in turn, can create an "underwater" sound, so to speak. I see this as a design flaw, despite the waterproof nature of these phones because the sound will become muffled. Not frequently, but this CAN/DOES happen. There is also one other little issue to mention; because of the way these fill the ear canal and form that "seal"...the rigid neckband will carry the slightest sound waves (vibration). A bouncing necklace...the excess wire that may touch the neckband, etc., will magnify the sound and carry it right to your ears. A picky and perhaps minor point, but I felt I should mention it. In reality, it's only happened a few times, and only happens after you're soaked with sweat. It can be stooped by simply adjusting the neckband with one fairly effortless movement.
The video clip review you'll see here? The guy tosses out the clip saying you won't need it. Trust me, the clip is there for a reason. Maybe he's a casual jogger? Anyway, Sennheiser knew exactly why they needed to include the clip; because the one-piece wire attaches to the left ear bud, the wire WILL tug back & forth if you have it running down the back of your shirt...like everyone is going to do. The clip clips right to your shirt's neckline and keeps the wire from "moving". And actually, the wire can still tug its way through the clip channel and STILL pull! I've had to adjust it to get more slack in the middle of a long run. I'm just covering all the bases here, but trust me here...KEEP and USE the provided clip!
And yes, you can actually rinse these off under light running water after a run! Yes, the ear buds! I hold them so the buds are "vertical", so I'm not trying to force water into the bud. I simply let light running water cascade down the screen of the ear bud to rinse away sweat. I then use a towel to lightly dab off the excess water and then let them sit on my desk to dry for a few hours. Been doing this for several weeks and I haven't had any problems.
The bottom line; The rear exiting site of the Nike phones is a better design, but the quality of the Sennheisers (beefy wire, rugged, washable, better sound) negate that factor entirely. I only wish they'd just change this one design feature!!! Other than that, if you're a runner and enjoy quality sound and want durability....the PMX80's are exactly what you're looking for. They're comfy and you won't even know you have them on. I'm sure the price will drop, as I believe they are somewhat overpriced for MP3 phones, but they're also what I was looking for, so whaddayagonnado? These phones rock.
2 YEAR UPDATE: I'm only weeks away from having owned these headphones for two full years. The result? I sweat like an animal from hell, and I've run well over 1200 outdoor miles (3-5 mile avg run) with these phones...and they are as good as the day I got them delivered. Seriously, I will buy another pair of these if/when these ever fail me.
As to comments from others about hurting/discomfort on the ears; my wife liked the sound & feel of mine so much that she got the 70's model (cheaper at the time, and she only does light treadmill walking). Like some here, she also experienced the "over-tight" feeling the band caused on her ears. However, she liked them enough that kept them and when done using....places them over the treadmill panel arm/part so that they rest in a "stretched out" state. This seems to have solved her issue.
1. Has good sound quality
2. Can handle lots of vigorous workouts with sweat!
3. Was not outrageously expensive.
4. Had a set-up so that cords and earplugs were not in the way.
I must confess to two things here. One, I am not a sound maniac, and two, I believe that the headphones supplied with the Apple Ipods are pretty good in sound quality.
Now, as to these headphones I am VERY happy.
1. Appearance: Overall, this item is very cool looking. Orange is the dominant color. The headband is gray, with a reflective strip in the back. This is a thoughtful quality for those of us that workout at night - it might just save your life.
2. Sound quality: This, of course, is quite subjective, but if you read my qualifier above, then from that perspective, I think a buyer would be quite happy with this item. Sound is not incredible - and this should not be expected in this model. However, I have listened to these headphones just as a regular user (not outside or in a workout) and I think they are quite good. Sound exclusion (i.e. isolation of external white noise from outside) is pretty good overall as well even though these are not noise reduction headphones.
Overall quality in terms of different music is very good. I have listened to everything from opera, metal, rap, and classical music (Beethoven's 5th Symphony) and been quite impressed overall.
3. The headband is very light and barely noticeable at all. After some hours of use, I can barely notice it is wrapped behind my head. Of course, there is a slight pull from the headband, but this is not intolerable at all.
1. Price: this was a decision I wrestled with for a while. The price is certainly significant considering you can get a decent pair of headphones for probably 1/4 of the price of this item. But after some weeks of hedging my decision, I am happy with the choice of these headphones.
1. Truly, I have not found anything making me unhappy with this item. Hopefully, in the long term these will hold up and be able to withstand my special brand of man water (aka perspiration). But so far, so good.
I have not tried the dunking and rinsing that these can tolerate, but they have survived a workout or two without a problem.
Overall, I am very happy with this purchase and I find this item well worth the price you will pay for the item. I guess the adage you get what you pay for is true because here the quality is very good.
A good item for the musical athlete!
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