Sennheiser PX200 | Mini-Headphones | Black | £17.99 | @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Key Features:

Dynamic stereo mini headphones

Great for travel and outdoor use with mobile sources such as CD, MD or MP3 players

Fold and flip: registered design allows the ear cups to be turned through 90° and fold the headphones closed (headphones will lock in open and closed positions)

1.4 m Kevlar-reinforced OFC copper cable with 3.5 mm stereo jack plug

Fits into the shirt pocket: rugged transport case with cord take-up (145 x 75 x 27 mm)

Ideal for use in coaches, trains etc.: soft ring ear pads with improved fit and closed ear cups ensure excellent passive attenuation of ambient noise (15 to 25 dB for frequencies above 1,200 Hz)

For all types of modern music: detailed sound reproduction with a slight emphasis on the bass

High-resolution sound due to Sennheiser "Duofol" diaphragms with spiral embossing (reduces and spreads eigenforms)

Strong Neodymium magnets for extremely low distortion

High efficiency and powerful reproduction

Adaptive baffle damping (patent pending)

Bass tube for powerful, punchy bass

Lightweight: only 60 g without cable

Comfortable: headband with split padding

Rugged and durable: robust steel headband with metal joints, steel-reinforced headband ends, connection to the ear cups tested for durability

Easily replaceable ear pads and headband padding (ear cups and headband can be replaced by your dealer)

2-year guarantee
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#1
Hot for the price, but if you can get the PX100, go for that instead, so much better with sound quality.

I bought the PX200 first, thinking it would be better than the PX100, but I was so disappointed and bought a 2nd hand PX100 on eBay to try, the sound is so much better, so I went and bought another pair of PX100 of MyMemory when it was on a deal here.
#2
EDEN188
Hot for the price, but if you can get the PX100, go for that instead, so much better with sound quality.

I bought the PX200 first, thinking it would be better than the PX100, but I was so disappointed and bought a 2nd hand PX100 on eBay to try, the sound is so much better, so I went and bought another pair of PX100 of MyMemory when it was on a deal here.


Aggree with all of that :thumbsup:

BUT - if you need closed headphones so as not to disturb people around you, these PX200's are good ones.
#3
thanks, gone for a pair of these. Will be great for work.
toad
#4
Cool. Have gone for another pair of these. Good for the train to work and, tbh, I've been quite disappointed with the CX300-IIs I'm using at the mo.

Had the PX200s a couple of years ago and really liked the sound. Lasted well too, although I did need to claim under warranty and, naturally, couldn't find any evidence of where I bought them from. Sennheiser themselves pointed me back to the point of sale too.

But they are damn fine headphones IMO and well worth it at this price.
banned 1 Like #5
From what ive read the PX100s are only suitable for listening without others around as the sound that leaks from them is terrible. I trust sennheiser quality and still have a pair of hd440s. My girlfriend wanted skull candy headphones but i would rather pull out my own teeth than get her a pair of them.And dont get me started on bose. Ordered a pair of px200s and have only read good things about them.
#6
ordered, let's see how they compare to the insanely-awesome-yet-unfortunately-so-leaky px100's
#7
I already have the HD202 which I mainly use as monitors from my amp...leakage is higher than what you get in your ears...

I wonder how these would do!
good price and hot find :)
#8
Pachi
From what ive read the PX100s are only suitable for listening without others around as the sound that leaks from them is terrible.


Since these are open headphones they are useless for listening in noisy environments, such as trains, buses, etc. Still, PX100s are very decent for their price (at least MyMemory offer a while ago), IMHO much better than any Koss for that matter.
#9
Bought a pair of these 2 years ago for the same price at play.com - quality wise you cant go wrong, they are utterley brilliant.
#10
I heard that the Koss Portapros are a serious rival to this and they're the same price at Play.com. The iGrado would be but they ridiculously overprice them in the UK at £45 to £50
#11
I have both Koss Portapros and PX100s. Portapros sound a tiny but better (if you concentrate and compare!) on Sony K880i and iPod touch - both devices with OK sound quality at output. However, my Portapros are gathering dust in the cupboard because they are just not comfortable due to a crappy 'open' headband and fiddly click switches to adjust pressure on your ears. As others have said, PX100 (and Portapros) have a lot of sound leakage so not great for noisey environments like local bus/train etc.

As for this deal (voted hot by the way) I'm personally going to stick with PX100 until the PX200-II (or 'mark 2') come down in price a bit.
#12
montblanc
I heard that the Koss Portapros are a serious rival to this and they're the same price at Play.com.


yes but fugleeeeeeeeeeeee AND trap your mullet strands
#13
brought these a while back for the same price from Play. There actually ine of the best headphones I've came across in a long while.

Really good quality and comfortable too.:)

Really worth it at that price.:thumbsup:
#14
kelly78
Bought a pair of these 2 years ago for the same price at play.com - quality wise you cant go wrong, they are utterley brilliant.


+1...bought for same price from Play.com also...great quality for the price and clever folding mech with case for protection. Can be a little tight on the ears after prolonged use but that would be my only critisism.
Work very well using an extension lead on my Xbox and PS3 playing MW2...easier to tell what direction people are approching from...:viking:
#15
I had a pair of these and found them seriously lacking in low frequencies. I'm not a bass-head by any stretch of the imagination, but I found these practically unlistenable. Comes down to the shape of your head apparently; some people find them ok
#16
Anyone care to comment if these would be suitable for use on a plane? I fly a lot (weekly) and obviously Noise Cancelling cans would be ideal, but having looked at the prices of Bose QC15 and QC3, plus the Sony 500's, I am considering cheaper options!
#17
Barry Garlow
I had a pair of these and found them seriously lacking in low frequencies. I'm not a bass-head by any stretch of the imagination, but I found these practically unlistenable. Comes down to the shape of your head apparently; some people find them ok


yep, must agree with this. compared to my px100 the bass is very weak indeed. oh well, guess my ears are too big or summat...

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