“Initial Impressions Out of the box they are not impressing me. At all. Hopefully aggressive burn in with white noise will fix them. Otherwise they are headed for the return heap as defective. I'll update this after 12 hours or so. I won't even bother comparing them with my other 'phones unless the harmonics I mention settle down. Sound Treble: Rolled off. ...” --adevriesc
“I love these earbuds. At the time of writing, these are literally my favorite in ears ever. While Im sure they cant compete with anything over $200, I've never payed more than $45 for earbuds. At the $20 I payed for these, I could cry at how great they sound. -Bass is slightly boosted, but not overpowering in any way. -Mids are very in control, seem to be very...” --smitty1ky
“The build quality of these earphones are perfect: from the very first time you hold a pair of these in your hands you know that they won't fall apart any time soon. But this build quality leads to some issues: the housing is pretty heavy and this can make the use of these clip-on styled headphones pretty uncomfortable for some people. Noise canceling isn't really good but keep in mind that this...” --Maniello
“After reading glowing reviews of both of these in ear monitors I was still unable to decide which one would be right for me so I bought both, first the Shure and a few weeks later the Sennheiser. I already own the JH Audio 16 Pro, Ultimate Ears Triple.fi 10 Pro, HiFi Man HE-500, Sennheiser HD 650, Shure SRH940 among others. My music files are all in FLAC format and I play them through an...” --Art inTampa
The Sennheiser MX 660 earbuds are high quality earphones with Sennheiser's innovative "Basswind" system for superior, bass-driven stereo sound experience. They are ideal for use with all MP3, CD, DVD players and portable gaming systems as well as feature a volume control integrated in the cable and a cable winder for convenient cable length adjustment.
“At the time this review was written, the Soundmagic E80 in-ear monitor was on sale for $51.99 USD on Micca Store’s website. Here is a link to a listing of their product at the time of the review: http://www.miccastore.com/soundmagic-e80-noise-isolating-inear-headphones-p-138.html Introduction Reviewing headphones is a labor of love. To be completely honest, the better an earphone...” --Hisoundfi
The CX 485 delivers the musical experience and comfort that only Sennheiser can. Using the type of transducers usually reserved for headphones costing 3x as much, the CX 485 has the detail and response you require to re-discover your music all over again. With a painstakingly crafted ergonomic design, the CX 485 fits into smaller ears for a snug yet comfortable fit you dreamed of.The unique...
“I was very eager to see a neckband version of In-Ear headphones from Sennheiser. Its not a common combination. It satisfies two of my needs. 1 - During exercise the band keeps the buds in place comfortably. I have tried units with ear hooks, or longer silicone ends like triple inserts for swimming... The neck band keeps a slight pressure on the ear buds...” --luippl
“The review below is for the E10M but the E10 is exactly identical, bar the extra mic. So lets begin. Packaging: Mine came in a nice little box with plenty of tips. I tried swapping out the stock ones with each one of them. There’s also an adaptor that allows you to connect the earphones to a laptop or desktop with separate ports for head phone and mic....” --rajeevrn
“ Sennheiser CX985 Quick Review Thanks to Sennheiser for the sample Full review here http://www.head-fi.org/t/640943/sennheiser-cx985-review Brief: Sennheiser proves it can out engineer everyone Price: £120 (or US$160 in the US) Specification: Frequency response 16 - 24000 Hz, Sound pressure level (SPL) 115 dB, Impedance 32 Ω, THD,...” --mark2410