Sennheiser headphone reviews

Our collection of Sennheiser reviews

Sennheiser is one of the world's leading headphone brands. Whether it's hi-fi, PC/gaming or portable listening the company has a huge range of products on offer. We've taken a look at a fair few of them — here's every Sennheiser headphone review we've done since 2009.

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Sennheiser OMX 181

The Sennheiser OMX 181 earphones have a slick design and don't disappoint when it comes to sound and build quality. The in-line volume control on the tangle-free cord is a plus.

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  • 26th May, 2010
  • Omar Dabbagh
  • Sennheiser
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  • Pros:
  • Rich and detailed sound, attractive design
  • Cons:
  • Takes some effort to insert into ear, not enough accessories

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