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Sennheiser HD 238i Cuffia microfonica di tipo sovraurale
|Prezzo consigliato:||EUR 119,00|
|Prezzo:||EUR 115,20 Spedizione GRATUITA.|
|Risparmi:||EUR 3,80 (3%)|
|Tutti i prezzi includono l'IVA.|
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- Smart telecomando con microfono per controllare l' iPhone
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- Premium componenti metallici e padiglioni intercambiabili per migliori prestazioni e durata
- covenient custodia inclusa
- Sistema acustico avanzato con potenti magneti al neodimio e diaframmi speciale per un realistico suono stereo
- Ottimizzata per l' ultima generazione di iPhone, iPod e Macbook *
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Ideale per iPhone e lettori portatili. La cura dei particolari comprende anche una nuova ergonomia delle capsule che ne garantisce la massima indossabilità in caso di utilizzo prolungato grazie al pratico rivestimento dell’archetto con cuscinetto poggia testa. Ampia la risposta in frequenza (16-23,000Hz) con una particolare attenzione ai bassi di notevole “corposità”. Innovativa per il suo look giovane e aggressivo ideale per le persone che si vogliono distinguere grazie ai materiali di elevata qualità che ne esaltano lo stile. Singolo cavo di collegamento alla cuffia. E’ dotata di comandi per il controllo delle principali funzioni di chiamata in ingresso (risposta -fine chiamata –rifiuto) e controllo avanzamento tracce e volume direttamente sul cavo. Ne completano la dotazione di serie una borsa per la custodia e il trasporto.
Ideale per iPhone, iPod, MacBooks, miCoach, lettori Mp3, lettori CD.
Tipo cuffia: Sovraurale
Principio del trasduttore: dinamico, aperto
Risposta in frequenza: 16-23.000 Hz
Distorsione armonica totale: < 0,5%
Pressione acustica: 114 dB
Impedenza: 32 ohm
Tipo di microfono: Omni-direzionale
Risposta in frequenza: 80-15.000 Hz
Sensibilità: -40 dB
Cavo di collegamento: 1,2 m
Connettore audio: 3,5 mm jack stereo
Inclusi nella confezione: custodia portacuffia
Peso: 105 g
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I let the headphones burn for a few hours before I put them on. At low-medium levels, the quality was so crisp and clear I actually got the chills. I've owned several Klipsch, Sennheisers, and Shure headphones/earphones and this one is by far the best. It's comfortable, even for long periods of time, very light and sound amaaaazing. As others noted, the best features of these are the mids and highs, and although the lows are present, they're not thumping (which is what I prefer anyway).
Some users complain about the open aire design feature. I understand the sound leaks through and there's no noise cancellation, but again, this is a feature! Those complaining about these things didn't know what they were getting in the first place. Yes, the sound leaks through at medium/high levels and others will hear it if they're around. Yes, there is no noise cancellation because its open aire design. Yes, that's what makes these headphones sound so amazing.
Overall, I would highly recommend these headphones to anyone who enjoys great quality, sound, and a bargain.
This makes for a very small number of headphones to choose from:
- these, Sennheiser HD 238i Mid-Sized Headset with Detailed Sound Reproduction - Black
- a similar Sennheiser product, Sennheiser PX 100-II i Light Weight Supra-Aural Headset with 3 Button Control for i-Pod,i-Phone and i-Pad (Black)
- Bose OE2i Audio Headphones - Black
- Bowers & Wilkins P5 Mobile HiFi Stereo Headphones
I didn't need the PX-100-ii's portability. I've suffered enough Bose products to know I detest them. The P5's are too rich for my blood. So that leaves these, the HD 238i.
First, they are decently built. For headphones in this price range, the materials are good and the build is tight. Perhaps the cable could be a tad thicker, but negative reviews on this are definitely overblown. (If you want ridiculously wimpy cables, go try a pair of Klipsch Image S4i In-Ear Headset .)
Second, they are comfortable. They're tight enough on the head without a strong "clamping" feel. The ear pads are very comfy, getting only a little warm during extended listening.
Third, they sound very good - not great, but then again, these are only $50 now (including the "Apple Tax" for remote+mic), so it's too much to expect audiophile quality. However, they need a good 20 hours of play time before they sound good, hence the "patience" part of my review title. As outside reviews have noted, these don't sound good at all out-of-the-box: bass sounds bloated, mids sound hollow, and highs sound scratchy. Now, bass is under control but still providing warmth, the mids have perked up a lot, and the highs, while still present, are much smoother, as is the overall delivery. I listen to pop, rock, vocals, and jazz, and all work well with these headphones. I do wish the sound was more "open," though, and these still sound a little "bright" - minus 1/2 star.
On a similar note, calls come through decently. Incoming audio is not bad, though a little muffled. I've had 0 complaints from callers regarding the mic.
Last, the controls are... acceptable (minus another 1/2 star). All of the buttons work, but they are all too tight and depress too little to feel if they've been "clicked." The center control button is particularly problematic, since it's recessed compared to the others. You'll be able to get a single-click out of it without problem, but double-clicks are tricky, and triple-clicks are almost impossible.
Bottom line: This is your iPhone stereo headset, if you're on a budget, need full iPhone controls, and don't want to be isolated from your environment. They sound good and work well, and their few issues can be chalked up to their low price.
PX100, PMX100, HD485, HD280 Pro and HD595.
I was expecting the quality of these to be around the PX100 level in terms of sound and comfort and was pleasantly surprised!
They're better by a landslide! They sound very nice, very detailed with a nice sound stage.
I really enjoy listening to music on them and find myself marveling at the nuances they manage to reproduce.
These are colored - so open and a bit loose on the bass is how I would describe their sound.
In terms of comfort - you can walk around with these for hours! They do warm your ears up due to their on ear design, but they cause no pressure and no discomfort at all.
In terms of the chord length and the complaints about the flimsy trs connection.
I have no idea what people are complaining about.
The chord length is perfect for putting a player in your pant pocket or your backpack with some slack to play around with.
The connection is quite solid and better then previous models of the same price.
They volume switches worked perfectly on my iPod.
The only comment I do have is that they are a bit hard to drive (which is clearly written in the specs), so my Galaxy at full volume still doesn't push much sound through them - the iPod does a better job though.
I have always been a fan of open air headphones. I think they sound very natural, and as the listener I don't feel totally trapped by the noise canceling sound. while traveling I like to hear what's around me. Plus the extra bass helps to compensate for background noise. Since these are optimized for iDevices, I don't need to enable the EQ as I'm not the biggest fan of that. If you have to mess with EQ to make your cans sound better, then the cans are no good. Just saying'!
I really dig the smooth sound of these headphones. The highs are a bit compressed (not a bad thing) making them less harsh in the 5 to 7k range.
Get these while they're still around. I'm hoping that Sennheiser reconsiders, and reissues this product.