Sennheiser PMX 90 - Auriculares de diadema abiertos
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Descripción del producto
Color del producto: Negro
Frecuencia de auricular: 20 - 20000 Hz
Interfaz del dispositivo: 3.5 mm (1/8")
Longitud de cable: 1,2m
Obstrucción: 32 Ohmio
Sensibilidad de auricular: 108 Db
Sistema acústico: abrir
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de controlador: Dinámico
Tipo de imán: Neodimio
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La calidad del envoltorio y de los cascos a nivel visual es muy buena, pero la calidad acústica deja un poco de desear.
Para lo que los utilizo que es hacer actividades deportivas van bien por que se mueven poco pero no te aíslan mucho ya que la calidad de sonido no es muy buena.
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You have to REALLY crank up the volume on either device to achieve a volume loud enough to drown out ambient noise. And by that, I mean MAX volume. So if you're on a cardio machine at a gym, max volume might not even cut it with these. The PMX 60's and two different behind the neck models from Sony are so much louder. If I used max volume with any of these I'd go deaf.
Even if having your iPod, Walkman, etc on maximum volume is ok with you, there's another problem. Others around you can easily hear what you're listening to. With my other earphones on loud, others around me can kind of tell that I'm listening to something but not as clearly as with these PMX 90's. These are also very thick, but I guess that's to be expected with the supposed emphasis on bass. So how is the bass? It's ok...not great, but ok. Not leaps and bounds better than the other behind the neck earphones that I have. But maybe the bass is the problem with the volume being so quiet? The little woofers are hogging all the power? I don't know. All I know is that these are only really good if you're in an already quiet environment and just want to listen to soft quiet music. But if that's the case, why spend fifty bucks? A fifteen dollar pair at quiet volume will suit you just fine.
These PMX 90's are a huge disappointment. My search continues.
Save your money!
11/11/11 edit: I came back to look at other people's reviews and was pleased to see that many others had the same gripes that I did. These are ill-fitting and too quiet to be useful. I noticed that others also called out the PMX60's which I desperately wish Sennheiser would bring back (or at least a new model very similar to them). But then...I also noticed some very positive reviews. Surprise, surprise - they're all from people that got these for free via Amazon's Vine program. If you sort the reviews by date, you'll see all bad reviews until a few Vine "top reviewers" were bribed with a free pair around Sept 2011. But even then, some of them still gave bad reviews.
Look, from time to time every company puts out a dud. It happens. I wish Sennhesier would just accept this, discontinue the PMX 90, and replace it with a loud, tighter-fitting neckband model. I'd be all over it. The discontinued PMX 60's are going for twice as much as they originally cost from third party sellers. After I returned my PMX 90, I ended up buying not one, but two pairs of PMX 60's from a third party seller.
Bottom line - it's a mediocre headset with a big name behind it. What could have made 'em better would have been a superior noise canceling fit, but the fit is far from ideal and definitely NOT noise canceling. Furthermore the volume has to be cranked pretty high for the phones to be appreciated, and keep outside noise to a minimum. Not really good for your hearing, and the sound reproduction isn't that great at any volume.
I listened to several genres with these PMX 90's hooked up to my desktop computer and then again via my iPod Nano. Bass on all seemed distorted and dull. Treble was acceptable, as was vocals, but nothing impressive.
With so many headphones, headsets and in-ear phones on the market, shop around before snapping this one up. It's priced way too high for what it is, and while it's not the worst, it's far from the best.
They look nice and cover the ear comfortably. They come packaged quite well. They are packaged so well that you actually need to be careful not to accidentally cut any cords when getting it out of the package.
Nice headphones that are comparable to those in the same price range. I have a pair of Skullcandy Lowrider Headphones S5LWDZ-134 and a pair of EarPollution CS40 Headphones and I find they have similar sound. Their nicest feature is the padding on the ear pieces. My ear gets irritated easily wearing most headphones, so I typically get earbuds. The padding on these is soft and doesn't put any pressure on any of area of my ear casing discomfort.
Decent performing headphones, they are an affordable choice for those who would like a pair of Sennheiser's at a fraction of their usual cost.