Sennheiser MM 50 iPhone Price List December, 2019 & Specs in Philippines
Reviewed on 2009-05-06
In-ear design offers some noise cancellation. Easy to insert and remove. Bass-heavy response was great for phone calls.
Heavy bottomend sound. Flushmounted remote button is hard to find by feel.
Bass-heads, take note.Headphones are knotty beasts. On the one hand, most people don’t really think about them. On the other hand, they wield the single most important influence over how much enjoyment you get out of your iPod--besides a well-chosen...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-04-07
Excellent in-ear fit with multiple bud sizes; works with more than the iPhone; Comes in black or white
Tangle Free wiring not full inclusive of the entire headset
I’m always on the quest to find new headphones to use with my phones and as we all know the headphone set that comes with the iPhone are most inadequate to the task. In my own case, I couldn’t keep them in my ear! Included in the package are extra s...Read more >
Reviewed on 2008-10-30
The Sennheiser MM50 iP, Sennheiser's new iPhone headset, delivers excellent quality audio and hosts a push-to-talk microphone that, though bigger than some, is sensibly made so you can intuitively switch to take or make a call.The Sennheiser MM50 iP i...Read more >
Reviewed on 2008-08-18
Let's face it; if you've just spent a fair wad of cash on a shiny new Apple iPhone 3G the idea of spending another £100 for the likes of the Etymotic Research hf2 iPhone Headset is hardly ideal. But, if you have any audio quality standards and still want ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2008-09-04
Excellent sound quality, especially at the low-end, Strong hands-free calling performance, Noise-blocking sufficient for everyday situations, Affordable
Can be uncomfortable after long periods of wear, Not compatible with all brands of mobile phone
Out of the box the MM 50s are an unremarkable looking set of headphones, as most in-ear phones tend to be. They feature an asymmetrical cable design with 1m and 1.3m length cabling, in-ear headphones with rubber tips and a small receive-call button an...Read more >
Reviewed on 2008-07-03
Subtle and sophisticated design, comfort, push-to-talk button, reasonable sound quality
Incoming audio quality of calls could be better The Final Word These headphones are an ideal replacement for the standard Apple headphones that come with the iPhone.
These headphones are an ideal replacement for the standard Apple headphones that come with the iPhone.Read more >