Sennheiser Mx 400 Ii White / Grey

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Sennheiser MX400 Headphone ReviewsManufacturerModelHeadphone TypeHeadband TypeWeight (g)Driver TypeEnclosure MaterialIsolation (dB)Impedance (ohms)Cable Length (cm)Frequency Response (Hz)ConnectorStreet Price
SennheiserMX400
EarbudNone
6Dynamic
Plastic0
32100
18 - 20000
3.5mmUS$11
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Average reviewer scoresBass ExtensionBass ImpactBass QualityMids QualityHighs QualitySoundstageDetailPortabilityIsolationComfortDurabilityImprovement With AmplificationValue for MoneyOverall Score
3.03.5
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2.85.3
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I own these buds for a year now. I use them with aftermarket foamies that make a better fit than the stock ones. These have NO TREBLE/PRESENCE. I have a reputation of being very "treble sensitive", but these phones just have low-mids and boomy bass. I believe the Sony MDR-818/828 are MUCH better, because they actually HAVE some treble extension. From what I remember during a 1 day trial some time ago, the IPOD stock buds sounded a little better, with more clarity that"s for sure.

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The Coby buds are certainly worse, but the MX400/500 didn"t live up to the hype for me.

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These are decent little earbuds for the money. Nothing special, nothing, hi-fi about them, but they do sound better than what"s included with most every portable player I"ve tried. Unlike most toss-ins these have a decent bass and treble (I find most cheap earbuds are all mids), and they do project a tiny outside of the head soundstage, which I found surprising. While you can hear more highs than through the cheapest earbuds, the highs are fairly harsh, esp. with rock music. The bass has a decent thump but lacks depth. The midrange is decent, but a bit hollow sounding. They are solidly built, and mine have lasted very well over the last two years now. They improve only minimally when amped, the bass gaining a little definition. As I stated these are nothing to write home about sound-wise, but if you need earbuds, or just want anything better than toss-ins, they are a good use of your $10.My ratings:Bass Extension: 2Bass Impact: 3Bass Quality: 3Mids Quality: 3Highs Quality: 2Soundstage: 2Detail: 2Portability: 9Isolation: 1Comfort: 4Durability: 5Improvement with Amplification: 1Value for the Money: 7


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Although these certainly dont sound great, they sound pretty good, and for 10 bucks, they are excellent value for money. They sit comfortably in your ears, can take quite a beating, and offer a decent performance through the spectrum. All in all, if you want a cheap portable "in ear" solution, then get these. If you dont mind over the ear, or clip style, then spend 5 bucks more and get the Koss KSC75"s.


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