Sennheiser MX 500 Streetwear Earphone

White - MPN: MX500
Product Details
Description
Lightweight in-ear system Earphone for listening on the move. Superior quality for your MP3 player, portable CD player or any other mobile audio source. An ideal choice for everybody who wants to enjoy their favorite hits on the move.
Quick Glance
Product Type Earphone
General Features Oxygen-Free Copper Cable, Volume Control
Color White
Headphone Type Earbud
Headset Type Stereo
Interface Connection Mini-phone
Expert Reviews
4 Star Review  tomshardware.com - Dec 31, 1969

Earphones are often thought of as a minor accessory supplied with MP3 players and nothing more. And yet your earphones are your interface with the music, and thus directly responsible for the quality of the sound you hear and the pleasure you get out of listening.

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User Reviews
Great bud headphones
5 Star Review     

Strengths: Durability, adjustable volume on cord, good sound, comfortable.

Weakness: Short cord, slightly scratchy volume slider.

I don't usually bother to write product reviews, but decided to because these headphones are so much better than anything similar that I've tried. I didn't like the standard iPod headphones, so I went through several pairs of alternative bud headphones looking for something better. These are durable, comfortable, and sound good! Also, I've broken many, many pairs of bud headphones - usually by jerking on them - and these are really rugged. Worth it!

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4 Star Review   By member TheBoy999 - Jan 2, 2006   

Strengths: Good all round sound. A little extra bass. In-line volume control.

Weakness: Cords a bit too short.

I bought these buds to replace the ones i got with my mp3 player, which in my opinion are poor. The many rave reviews i read on the net made me decide that these were the ones for me. Intially i was a little disappointed. From what i read i exspected ear bleeding bass. Once i got over the initial disapointment, i realised these buds give a very rounded sound. There is no over emphasis on bass, as you might be lead to believe (although the bass response for a bud is pretty good). The mids and treble are very clear. Don't expect them to sound like Hi-Fi headphones. But for something so small you get an exellent sound.

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2 Star Review     

Strengths: Price. Nice fit. Clear high end sound.

Weakness: Very little bass. Sound is shallow.

Compared to the Ipod earbuds or other earbuds, the bass is very minimal with little depth of sound. Almost sounds tinny. Volume control is nice. Recommend looking elsewhere.

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5 Star Review   By member dennislewis - May 24, 2005   

Strengths: Great sound. Convient volume control. Low price.

Weakness: Short wire. Another few inches would be handy.

Gotta be the best deal going in headphones. It's comfortable, amazing sound and a surprisingly low price. My only beef, and it's a small one, is that the wire length could be a little longer. For instance, I can't put my iPod in my front pants pocket without the wire pulling a bit. Overall, I'm very pleased.

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3 Star Review   By member onlineshopping101 - May 6, 2005   

Strengths: Very clear high ends, comfortable to wear, and reasonable price.

Weakness: Weak bass.

The Sennheiser MX-500 earbuds are nice but don't get your hopes up too high if you're looking for excellent bass. I don't hear the good bass sound that some other reviewers raved about. I bought them in hopes that they'd be better than what I have, and they made me appreciate more the one's I have. I did a side-by-side comparison with the earbuds that came with my new Psyc Walkman and MuVo TX MP3 player, and the MX-500 doesn't perform as well as either the Sony or Creative. My overall rating is Creative 10, Sony 9, and Sennheiser 7. With the MX-500 I hear crystal-clear highs which may at times be overly-accentuated because very high frequencies produce a hiss that sounds like an FM station off the air. I hear nice, accurate bass notes but the understated bass is more of a low air-push sound than a boom. Classical music purists will enjoy these buds, but listeners of Rock, Jazz, Pop, and Rap will not hear the booming bass offered from Creative and Sony earbuds.

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4 Star Review   By member sem - Apr 15, 2005   

Strengths: Good sound for the money

Weakness: short cord

Pretty good sound for this type of headphones and I tested it with different types of players, including iPod. However, the cord is too short if you keep you player in the pockets below waist.

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4 Star Review   By member drag0nSKy - Jan 16, 2005   

Strengths: good price, volume changer, quality

Weakness: uncomfortable after awhile, design

these earphones are really good, you can actually hear the difference. they get uncomfortable after awhile(only w/ the cushions on though). the volume changer is really useful, i recommend these if you dont mind the design...

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4 Star Review   By member TBryan76 - Jan 10, 2005   

Strengths: Sound is nicer than other headphones in this price category.

Weakness: Earbuds feel a bit uncomfortable after a while.

I bought these earbuds to listen to music on my handheld. The Sennheiser brand has a reputation for quality, and I haven't been disappointed. You won't get *really* great sound like you would with more expensive models, but at this price you can't go wrong.

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5 Star Review   By member tigerfinds - Dec 14, 2004   

Strengths: Excellent Value - great product for the price Solid Bass

Weakness: Not 100% "clean" sound. Mid's are a little weak

I bought these headphones as a replacement for the OEM Dell DJ headphones that come with my unit. The Dell headphones were very mediocre. I don't understand why companies would spend so much money to create a great MP3 Player while including 2 dollar headphones. For the price these Senn MX 500's are a great buy. They perform better than the older Sony & Aiwa earbuds I've owned in the past. They are probably a little less responsive than IPOD OEM earbuds, but in terms of value, these Senn's really do the trick. They fit comfortably. The bass response is excellent. The mid's & high's can use a little boost, but still sound very good. I highly recommend these earbuds.

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5 Star Review   By member huaiyu - Dec 1, 2004   

Strengths: inexpensive, good quality

I'm very pleased with these earbuds, their sound is very good, pleasing and smooth... almost as good as my more expensive headphones. It's not tinny or overly heavy on the bass, though the bass is definitely there. It is by far the best of the earbuds that I own, and definitely better then anything packaged with your MiniDisc or CD or MP3 or Ipod players. The price is great too. The foam pads are very thin, but these can be easily replaced. The ear buds are on the larger side, but I find they fit quite well. The case is very convenient and the small size makes it very portable (I can take them with me everywhere). This is definitely a best buy.

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Product Details
Description
Lightweight in-ear system Earphone for listening on the move. Superior quality for your MP3 player, portable CD player or any other mobile audio source. An ideal choice for everybody who wants to enjoy their favorite hits on the move.
Quick Glance
Product Type Earphone
General Features Oxygen-Free Copper Cable, Volume Control
Color White
Headphone Type Earbud
Headset Type Stereo
Interface Connection Mini-phone
Summary
Product Title Sennheiser MX 500 Streetwear Earphone
Manufacturer Sennheiser
Power Score 4.2 | 31 Reviews
Wireless
Wireless Transmitter Range: 39.37"
Performance
Sensitivity: 125 dB
Overall Min Frequency Response: 18 Hz
Overall Max Frequency Response: 22 kHz
Physical Attributes
Cord Length: 3.28 ft
Weight: 0.21 oz
Warranty
Warranty Information: 2 Year
More Info
URL: Manufacturer Link
Additional Specifications
Included Components: Carrying Case
Earpiece Controls: Volume
Product Series: MX
Impedance: 32 ohm(s)
Color: Blue
Parent Retsku: B00004Z0BO
Product Model: MX 500
Earpiece Technology: Dynamic
Cord Style: Straight
Brand Name: Sennheiser
Frequency Band: Ear coupling: Intra-aural Excellent bass response Superior sound reproduction Dual-sided highly conductive OFC copper cable
Noise Canceling: No
Expert Reviews
4 Star Review  tomshardware.com - Dec 31, 1969

Earphones are often thought of as a minor accessory supplied with MP3 players and nothing more. And yet your earphones are your interface with the music, and thus directly responsible for the quality of the sound you hear and the pleasure you get out of listening.

Read the full review »

User Reviews
Great bud headphones
5 Star Review     

Strengths: Durability, adjustable volume on cord, good sound, comfortable.

Weakness: Short cord, slightly scratchy volume slider.

I don't usually bother to write product reviews, but decided to because these headphones are so much better than anything similar that I've tried. I didn't like the standard iPod headphones, so I went through several pairs of alternative bud headphones looking for something better. These are durable, comfortable, and sound good! Also, I've broken many, many pairs of bud headphones - usually by jerking on them - and these are really rugged. Worth it!

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4 Star Review   By member TheBoy999 - Jan 2, 2006   

Strengths: Good all round sound. A little extra bass. In-line volume control.

Weakness: Cords a bit too short.

I bought these buds to replace the ones i got with my mp3 player, which in my opinion are poor. The many rave reviews i read on the net made me decide that these were the ones for me. Intially i was a little disappointed. From what i read i exspected ear bleeding bass. Once i got over the initial disapointment, i realised these buds give a very rounded sound. There is no over emphasis on bass, as you might be lead to believe (although the bass response for a bud is pretty good). The mids and treble are very clear. Don't expect them to sound like Hi-Fi headphones. But for something so small you get an exellent sound.

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2 Star Review     

Strengths: Price. Nice fit. Clear high end sound.

Weakness: Very little bass. Sound is shallow.

Compared to the Ipod earbuds or other earbuds, the bass is very minimal with little depth of sound. Almost sounds tinny. Volume control is nice. Recommend looking elsewhere.

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5 Star Review   By member dennislewis - May 24, 2005   

Strengths: Great sound. Convient volume control. Low price.

Weakness: Short wire. Another few inches would be handy.

Gotta be the best deal going in headphones. It's comfortable, amazing sound and a surprisingly low price. My only beef, and it's a small one, is that the wire length could be a little longer. For instance, I can't put my iPod in my front pants pocket without the wire pulling a bit. Overall, I'm very pleased.

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3 Star Review   By member onlineshopping101 - May 6, 2005   

Strengths: Very clear high ends, comfortable to wear, and reasonable price.

Weakness: Weak bass.

The Sennheiser MX-500 earbuds are nice but don't get your hopes up too high if you're looking for excellent bass. I don't hear the good bass sound that some other reviewers raved about. I bought them in hopes that they'd be better than what I have, and they made me appreciate more the one's I have. I did a side-by-side comparison with the earbuds that came with my new Psyc Walkman and MuVo TX MP3 player, and the MX-500 doesn't perform as well as either the Sony or Creative. My overall rating is Creative 10, Sony 9, and Sennheiser 7. With the MX-500 I hear crystal-clear highs which may at times be overly-accentuated because very high frequencies produce a hiss that sounds like an FM station off the air. I hear nice, accurate bass notes but the understated bass is more of a low air-push sound than a boom. Classical music purists will enjoy these buds, but listeners of Rock, Jazz, Pop, and Rap will not hear the booming bass offered from Creative and Sony earbuds.

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4 Star Review   By member sem - Apr 15, 2005   

Strengths: Good sound for the money

Weakness: short cord

Pretty good sound for this type of headphones and I tested it with different types of players, including iPod. However, the cord is too short if you keep you player in the pockets below waist.

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4 Star Review   By member drag0nSKy - Jan 16, 2005   

Strengths: good price, volume changer, quality

Weakness: uncomfortable after awhile, design

these earphones are really good, you can actually hear the difference. they get uncomfortable after awhile(only w/ the cushions on though). the volume changer is really useful, i recommend these if you dont mind the design...

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4 Star Review   By member TBryan76 - Jan 10, 2005   

Strengths: Sound is nicer than other headphones in this price category.

Weakness: Earbuds feel a bit uncomfortable after a while.

I bought these earbuds to listen to music on my handheld. The Sennheiser brand has a reputation for quality, and I haven't been disappointed. You won't get *really* great sound like you would with more expensive models, but at this price you can't go wrong.

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5 Star Review   By member tigerfinds - Dec 14, 2004   

Strengths: Excellent Value - great product for the price Solid Bass

Weakness: Not 100% "clean" sound. Mid's are a little weak

I bought these headphones as a replacement for the OEM Dell DJ headphones that come with my unit. The Dell headphones were very mediocre. I don't understand why companies would spend so much money to create a great MP3 Player while including 2 dollar headphones. For the price these Senn MX 500's are a great buy. They perform better than the older Sony & Aiwa earbuds I've owned in the past. They are probably a little less responsive than IPOD OEM earbuds, but in terms of value, these Senn's really do the trick. They fit comfortably. The bass response is excellent. The mid's & high's can use a little boost, but still sound very good. I highly recommend these earbuds.

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5 Star Review   By member huaiyu - Dec 1, 2004   

Strengths: inexpensive, good quality

I'm very pleased with these earbuds, their sound is very good, pleasing and smooth... almost as good as my more expensive headphones. It's not tinny or overly heavy on the bass, though the bass is definitely there. It is by far the best of the earbuds that I own, and definitely better then anything packaged with your MiniDisc or CD or MP3 or Ipod players. The price is great too. The foam pads are very thin, but these can be easily replaced. The ear buds are on the larger side, but I find they fit quite well. The case is very convenient and the small size makes it very portable (I can take them with me everywhere). This is definitely a best buy.

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4 Star Review   By member petik - Oct 28, 2004   

Strengths: Excellent audio quality. Surprisingly good base. Comfortable ear plugs. Integrated volume control

Weakness: Very short cord (3ft from jack to earphone). Volume control a bit flimsy.

These are one of the best earphones I ever owned. The audio quality is excellent - high as well as lows. Definately worth the money, i paid $15. The only complain i have is a very short cord, so you can barely keep your mp3 player in your pocket and have the earphones reach.

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4 Star Review   By member xyyyx - Oct 21, 2004   

Strengths: the transparent tremble sound,and a reasonable bass. the middle part of the sound is pretty good also. the smooth volume control is another good feature. i like it.

Weakness: a little bit shabby packing of the stuff makes it look cheap.

i like it. if the price drops a little bit later. I'll buy another two pairs. and bass, though it is "super-bass", still can't beat the beat it should be for most songs. but as a classical music listener, it's good.

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3 Star Review   By member ixcafe - Oct 19, 2004   

Strengths: it works very well with Dell laptop, and Dell Jukebox MP3 player. cheaper and better comparing to panasonic or sony earbuds at the price range of $20-$40.

Weakness: Bass could have been a little more improved. Some distortion in lower frequency ranges, but only noticeable in very clear audio files. Higher frequencies tend to produce a slight hiss

If comparing to ipod buds, MX500 have better clarity at the middle range. MX500 do not color the sound like Sony brand, they just give you a crisp natural image of the sound. If you need more bass, you can always use the bass boost on your ipod. I would recommend MX500 over Sony/Panasonic earbud at the price range of $20-$40 because they are much clearer sounding overall and you can't beat the price tag, $16 shipped from amazon, i acutally got it for $9.99 shipped

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4 Star Review   By member duhang - Oct 19, 2004   

Strengths: handles super bass and high-sound very well, vocals great. larger range and more live than ipod 3rd gen earbuds.

Weakness: cord is too short

Overall I would love this mx500 for the $9.99 price i had paid. - setting my ipod to 'bass booster' gives it a very rounded live sound. These buds are not sennheiser panacea that you may be hoping for with the renowned name, but given the $9.99 price tag, it is very attractive for buyers who just need a pair of lightweight earpieces while they are on the road.

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5 Star Review   By member disclok87 - Oct 19, 2004   

Strengths: Compact, not too bulky. Sound is good at drowning out other background noises and isn't susceptible to noise interference.

Weakness: A bit costy for starting line earbud headphones.

When I first put these earbuds in I was utterly amazed. From such small and compact holes came a thundering bass and powerful, rich sound. They don't have any problem with blowing out and are one of the best entry line earbud headphones I've ever listened to.

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5 Star Review   By member questioner - Oct 18, 2004   

Strengths: linear volume control on the cord,handles bass well

Weakness: Still feel cheap made,uncomfortable for me

the best headphones for the money.These headphones sound absolutely great!The sound is great and they are not so large as to be too uncomfortable to wear for long periods of time. The in-line volume control is an added bonus. Earbuds that cost 2 to 3 times as much as these don't have that feature.

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5 Star Review   By member romman00 - Oct 18, 2004   

Strengths: Great sound overall, nice cord length, not expensive, volume control on the cord, nifty case.

Weakness: A tad weak on the bass, the earbuds do not fit very well in my ears without the pads (which tend to fall off).

These overall are great earbuds. They perform much better than the standard earbuds that come with cd/mp3 players. They were $15.00 shipped from NewEgg.com. My only complaints are that the bass is a little weak and the earbuds fall out of my ears if the provided cushions aren't on.

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5 Star Review   By member compcons - Oct 15, 2004   

Strengths: Lightweight, nice in cord volume control

Weakness: No great bass, but what do you expect from a standard earbud?

These are great little earbuds, and IMHO, better than the standard Apple iPod ones in sound and comfort. Earbuds less than $10 usually tend to have poor sound. They tend to be more comfortable with the cushions on, but if you constantly put them away (like in a backpack), the cushions will come off. But durability seems to be great otherwise -- I haven't had any issues with them falling apart or cord fraying (note I've used these off and on for the past year.) They won't block much sound from your ears (unlike Etymotics or Shure E series), but the overall frequency response is excellent. Cord length is about right for use with portable players. This is not my regular pair of headphones, but when I want earbuds, I use these. A recommended buy for anyone looking for a great pair of earbuds at a reasonable price.

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5 Star Review   By member captogo - Oct 13, 2004   

Strengths: Great bass for small size. Blow away stock headphones on iPod. Like volume control. Range of sound good

Weakness: sometimes slip out, but for the most part fit well. Cord could be longer for my use

I have had earbud headphones before and have been disappointed after a few uses. These have been heavily used in the short time I have had them (5 hours a day) and I can say they surprise me with how good the bass is given their size. What do you expect our of earbuds - not much usually, but I can say that they are a great value for what you get. Highly recommend

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4 Star Review   By member bloodemon - Oct 13, 2004   

Strengths: The sound is very clean and natural. Good frequency response for different kinds of music. I especially like the linear volume control in the middle of the cord, it's cute.

Weakness: The bass need to improve somehow.

I have used this mx500 for a couple of days, and made a side by side comparison with the earbub come with my Creative Muvo, it performs much better. It is a good choice for mp3, portable cd and other devices without a lot of power output as they are very efficient.

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4 Star Review   By member zhuanjiang - Oct 10, 2004   

Strengths: Very clean sound. Volume control on cord. Cheap.

Weakness: Without the foam cover, buds easily slipped.

Overall this is the most recommended earbud in its price range. I like Classic and POP.What attracts me the most in Sennheiser MX-500 is its clean sound. Unlike other brands such as Sony or Koss, the Sennheiser MX-500 does not color the sound but only reflects the natural image. I admire its super calrification when listening to symphony and human voices. But if you like bass a lot, the Sennheiser MX-500 may not suitable for you. I would say Sony Ex71 and Koss Portapro are better in this field. But considering its price, I think you have nothing to complain.

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4 Star Review   By member tommae - Oct 9, 2004   

Strengths: Powerfull Bass, Clear Sound, Volume control

Weakness: Cheap Design

Everybody knows Sennheiser makes best earphones and headphones. This was indeed a very good product. Bass is powerful, and sound is very clear. It is very pleasant to listen to music with these earphones. The only weakness I could find was its cheap, flimsy design. They could do better than that.

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4 Star Review   By member jennlajenn - Oct 8, 2004   

Strengths: nice sound quality, light

Weakness: not as comfortable

they are good quality sound and very portable (obviously) and very well priced but not as comfortable or smart looking as other more expensive earphones. but for about $10 i guess you can't complain!

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4 Star Review   By member g2345c - Oct 5, 2004   

Strengths: great sound

this is a great earphones. I love it, the sound is awesome, it beats all of my other same price earphones. I purchased one and now purchase another one just incase I lost/broke the other one.

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3 Star Review   By member Anonymous - Sep 30, 2004   

Strengths: Carry case, volume control

Weakness: Not so powerful as I expected

It's a good deal considering the price. Very good earbud. I expected more just because I compare it with a Samsung one I've owned before (that came with a Mp3 player).

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4 Star Review   By member loveun - Sep 16, 2004   

Strengths: Good sound quality, Slider volume control, Relatively affordable price.

Weakness: Little distortion at high volume.

Good sound for affordable price. However, there are some distortion in high volume setting, and also I could hear little bit of noise in treble sound. Overall, Mx 500 is good choice for beginner or somebody who looks for the good sound with good price.

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4 Star Review   By member kokiree - Sep 1, 2004   

Strengths: Strong Bass, tiny slider volume control

Weakness: short cord, a slight distortion on high treble setting.

My first time trying Sennheiser headphone and I really like the quality of the sound. I was surprised at how stong the bass sound is! What a great contrast from the last headphones I had! The big earpieces work like ear plugs so they get rid of unneccesary noise. The volume control (tiny slider) can control a wide range of volume. It would've been nicer to be able to lower the volume all the way down to mute. Overall I'm very happy with this product!

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4 Star Review   By member ybo - Sep 1, 2004   

Strengths: high quality/cost ratio, clear and satisfactory sound, remote volume control, portable

Weakness: short cord

Let's face it - anybody looking at MX500 should not compare this with those at 10 times the cost. For a little over 10 bucks, you get very good build quality and clear sound without distortion. And you won't lost your sleep if it breaks or gets lost. Comparing to those at the same price range, this is definitely a best buy. I owned a couple of pairs of SONY that were priced similarly, and they were not as good. I also own Sennheiser PX200, and I would say the sound is comparable with slightly different feel. The MX500 is more convenient to carry, and PX200 is much better for blocking outside noise. I'm not a tall person, but the cord for the MX500 might be on the short side even for me. If you are considering those as your workout pair, they are not good - they won't stay in your ears if you move too fast. For the price, I wound highly recommend it.

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3 Star Review   By member efernan1 - Aug 28, 2004   

Strengths: I think the bass is quite decent for an earbud

Overall, I find the MX500's sound to be clear I've tried any number of earbuds, and these are very good.For the size and price they have very good sound quality that can't be beat. The openness and tonal balance is generally what you expect from Sennheiser.

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4 Star Review   By member wildgod - Aug 27, 2004   

Strengths: good sound good bass lightweight nice control

Weakness: only wish they were white to match the ipod, hopefully they will release a white version soon

awsome sound for price, better than the stock ipod headphones, good bass (as long as you jack up the bass) and fit well in the ear. def worth the money, cant go wrong for headphones for under 20 dollars. they are also lightweight, nice control feature on the cord

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