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Sennheiser PXC 310 - Auriculares estéreo mini (plegables, sistema cerrado, 107 dB, funciones Noise Guard y Talk Through), color negro

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  • La tecnología Sennheiser NoiseGard 2.0 ofrece una cancelación activa del ruido de hasta un 90%; para el avión, el tren, el autobús o cualquier otro entorno ruidoso
  • Su función Talk Through permite continuar la conversación sin quitarse los auriculares
  • Diseño plegable con diadema reforzada de metal que asegura la portabilidad y durabilidad
  • Control de volumen integrado para un uso y comodidad mejorados
  • Optimizado para entretenimiento durante los vuelos con sistemas como MP3, iPod, iPhone, DVD, CD y teléfonos móviles

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Detalles técnicos
MarcaSennheiser
ModeloPXC 310
Nombre del modeloPXC310
Año de fabricación2009
Peso del producto181 g
Dimensiones del producto8,4 x 20,1 x 19 cm
Número de modelo del productoPXC 310
Número de productoPXC 310
Otras característicasreducción de ruido, Inalámbrico
Pantalla a colorNo
Tipo de salida de audio3,5 mm
Conectividad del altavozcon cable
Factor de forma de los auricularesDe diadema cerrados
Voltaje3.7 voltios
Descripción de la bateríaBA 370
Duración media de la batería20 horas
Tiempo de carga3 horas
Pilas / baterías incluidas
Pilas / baterías necesarias
Descripción de la interfaz de redAlámbrico
Tipo de conectorAlámbrico
Incluye batería recargableNo
Incluye adaptador ACNo
  
Información adicional
ASINB002SSO06M
Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº463.186 en Electrónica (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Restricciones de envíoEste producto se puede enviar a España y a otros países seleccionados.
Producto en Amazon.es desde21 de noviembre de 2009
  
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Descripción del producto

Otras características:
Audifonos: supraaural
Autonomía: 20 h
Color: Negro
Frecuencia de auricular: 15 - 22000 Hz
Obstrucción: 100 Ohmio
Sensibilidad de auricular: 107 Db
Tecnología de batería: Lithium Polymer (LiPo)
Tecnología de conectividad: Con conexión de cable
Voltaje de la pila: 3.7 V

  • La tecnología Sennheiser NoiseGard 2.0 ofrece hasta 90% de cancelación activa de ruido.
  • Apto para uso en un avión, tren, autobús o en cualquier otro entorno ruidoso.
  • Compatible con iPhone/iPod/iPad y con todos los enchufesde 1/8" (3,5 mm).


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Creo que el título de la opinión lo resume bastante bien.

Estos auriculares son fantásticos, no solo se puede plegar y guardarlos en una bolsita de viaje bastante pequeña, sino que, además, son un prodigio de la técnica.

Para empezar, incorporar una tecnología de reducción activa del ruido, lo que hace que murmullo de la habitación en la que te encuentres, casi, desaparezca (1). Los auriculares son extensibles, con lo que no importa lo grande que tengas la cabeza, te vendrán bien. Las almohadillas de las orejas son muy cómodas y se muy adaptan bien así como la almohadilla superiores que ayudan a que los auriculares no se muevan.

El sistema de cancelación de ruido se activa y desactiva a voluntad y cada altavoz incorpora su propio micrófono para "repartir" mejor la cancelación. El sistema se alimenta a través de una batería de litio; batería que se puede cargar conectándola al PC o a través del cargador que viene con el producto, dicho cargador es modular y viene con 7 tipos distintos de conexiones, europea, americana, UK, Asia, etc, etc, etc...

Cuando el sistema de cancelación de ruido se activa, parpadea un led rojo en el auricular derecho.

La calidad del audio es excelente; los bajos son espectaculares y los agudos intensos.

Y la gran ventaja es que no necesitas ponerte la música "a tope" para oírla bien, ya que con el sistema de cancelación de ruido puedes oírla a un volumen normal para disfrutarla del todo.

Puntos Flojos, que no malos:

1.- El precio.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas PXC 310 great headphones, noise cancellation oversold 14 de diciembre de 2011
Por Snoopy1 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I purchased the PXC 310 headphones from Amazon.com and have had a few days to play with them. I haven't had the opportunity to travel with them so this review is based on general home use. The sound quality is exceptional when you consider that these headphones are in the mid price range. I noted a number of reviews talked about the volume, but unless you are the kind of person that wants your eardrums blown out, I find the volume range to be fine. The bass is not heavy, but I tested it for all genres of music (Rock, Jazz, etc.) and found it within an acceptable range for me. I agree with other comments that note that the quality of the sound is actually enhanced with the NoiseGard feature turned on. The convenient way the headphones fold up and store are also a big plus. I tested the noise cancellation feature around the house with various noise producing devices such as kitchen exhaust fans etc. and my opinion is that the Sennheiser claim that these headphones eliminate 90% of ambient noise is in my opinion overstated. Obviously this is not a technical review, but I figure that most listeners will be dealing with similar ambient noise distractions that I do day to day. I would guess that the actual noise elimination is more like 50% and as noted by other commenters, this feature will not minimize voices. You can still hear talking/TV in the background. What it does however is eliminate the annoying constant humming type noises so perhaps on a plane is where it shines. I haven't tested the high end Bose noise cancellation headphones because I wasn't willing to pay the price, but out of curiosity, I may do that now to see how much noise they eliminate compared to the PXC 310. Now to the issue with the flashing LED light that doesn't go away. I printed out the entire manual for this product and despite a comment by one reviewer to the contrary, no where does it tell you that you can turn off the flashing LED unless you turn the unit off. I have sent an email to Sennheiser to ask for confirmation of that. This is an annoying feature,but for me, I think it will only be an issue when I am traveling and using the headphones at night when the airplane cabin lights are off. I tried them at home at night in a dark room and unless you are facing a mirror or other reflective glass, you don't even notice the flashing LED. Overall great headphones for the price and a good but not a great noise cancellation feature. Sennheiser must define "ambient noise" differently than I do.

December 20, 2011 Update: I contacted Sennheiser technical support and they confirmed that on this model you cannot turn off the LED flashing light without turning off the NoiseGard feature. So if this is a major consideration in your purchase, then pass on this model. Since my previous review, I did have the opportunity to test the high end Bose headphones with noise cancellation and there is no question that they are better. However for me, the considerable difference in price is not justified since I will be using the Sennheiser headphones to listen to music in environments where the noise cancellation is adequate for my purposes and the LED light is only a minor distraction. If I were going to use them primarily for traveling on a plane, I might come to a different decision.

August 2012 Update: I have taken my first long (international) flight since purchasing the Sennheiser headphones and I have a totally different opinion than some of my initial observations about the noise cancellation feature. I am now a true believer in their noise cancellation technology. The difference of what you hear on a plane with the noise cancellation activated and without is incredible. I was able to sleep with or without music playing with a reasonable level of background noise. I also used them to enjoy the inflight entertainment (movies and music) that is typically drowned out by the airplane noise. I am trying to convince my wife to give up her earbuds and buy a pair of these. I was able to use the headphones for about 8 hours out of the 10 hour flight before I detected some static which I took as the battery running low. I found that wearing the headphones for the longer periods of time was very comfortable in contrast to some of the other reviews.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Does the job any day 17 de junio de 2013
Por TB - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I've had these headphones for a few weeks now. Personally i think they are very good, the design is a bit odd to me because they tend to be a bit wider than other headphones are. The speakers are smaller than i expected, they only cover a small part of your ear. The only real design flaw that i've noticed so far is the battery pack release. In order to pull the battery pack out you have to get to where it clips in. The clipped part is immediately underneath the charging port and the manual states you can push it down with your finger. Well i must have some very fat fingers because i couldn't push it down far enough. Also, when you plug the charger in to charge it up, the adapter automatically pushes down the clip for the battery pack so when you go to unplug the charger it takes the battery pack with it. So really that's the only flaw when it comes to the design of the headphones. The sound is really good and it's nice to be able to use your headphones outside of it being charged. Though, i will state there is a clear difference in the quality of sound with the headphones turned off versus turned on. The bass isn't real impressive, i mean these aren't comparable to beats by dre if that's what you're looking for but it's no slouch either. The noise cancellation is pretty impressive, it doesn't kill everything so if you're looking for headphones with 100% cancellation these aren't it. Though, it lets through clear sound, so people talking, things falling on the ground stuff like that you will still be able to hear. Personally, i like the fact that i don't have to take my headphones off to hear people talk to me, with that said if your music is up a bit it drowns out everything. The other aspect of the headphones is sort of like a hearing aid. When you turn it on and press the power button it shuts your music off and sort of amplifies the sound around you so you can hear, doing so still shut out noise like fans and A/C and things like that but everything else the mic will hear and put through the speakers.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Adequate 18 de julio de 2013
Por Rick Myers - Publicado en Amazon.com
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First, the annoying blue blinking can be turned off. I see people complaining about it, and I agree that it is distracting.

Turn off the headphones. Hold down the power button until it blinks blue and red, then push the down volume button, and the blinking will turn off. There's an expanded manual you can download that has this information as well as additional info, since the one that comes with it doesn't mention this important part.

Also, if you run "wired" as I do, with the headphones turned off *and* the wired cable disconnected from the headphones, turn on the headphones and *then* connect the wired chord. If it is connected when you turn the headpones on, the blinking stays on. So just do that whenever you turn these on.

As headphones go: Noise cancellation is only so-so, at least for this pair. I had a 30$ pair of sony noise cancelling headphones and I think they did it better. Sound quality is good otherwise, but the headphones are too tight on my head and hurt after a while.

I'll use these for a while, but I think a pair of Bose headphones are in my future.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good for travelling 21 de febrero de 2012
Por jw - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I use these headphones for planes, trains and in the office. They're sturdy enough to survive the onslaught of being thrown in a carry-on bag, and the battery lasts...I'm not sure how long, but long enough to fly California to Central Europe and still have plenty of juice to spare. The sound is clear and good quality (for this non-audiophile). The noise attenuation is effective, although the engine noise of the plane is still noticeable. For me it goes from being overpowering to more like a background buzz. (I've never had any other noise-cancelling headphones so I don't know how this compares to other makes/models). When I take the headphones off its shocking how loud the sound really is! I think you get used to the lower level of the sound so that even though its damped you still notice it.

(Someone below mentioned the flashing light on the control pad as being annoying. I was worried about this, but its really not all that bright and certainly not problematic.)
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas nice headphones for international travel 13 de julio de 2010
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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After doing a lot of research comparing various noise-canceling options, I decided I wanted a pair of Sennheisers due to construction quality and the fact that they can be still used for listening even if the battery is out. I settled on this PXC 310 model over the larger 350s because I prefer to pack light and was willing to sacrifice a little noise-cancelling in favor of that.

The headphones have really good noise cancellation for on-ear phones, which I used both on airplanes and buses. Sound quality is quite good (although noticeably better with noise-cancelling on). No hissing sounds. They are comfortable for several hours of travel, although admittedly, after about 6 hours my ears started to get a little sore. I was able to continue to wear them though.

These come with a nice pouch to store the headphones while folded up. The AC charger for the lithium-ion battery comes with several adapters for use in different countries (this was cool). It's also nice that the AC charger is combined with a USB charger. If you have access to your computer this means that you can ditch the AC charger (which someone else's review called bulky -- I don't think it's that bad) and just charge it with the USB to micro-USB charger that is included).

The blinking LED on one side while noise-cancellation is on is nice to have so that you remember to turn it off, but people around you might find it annoying.


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