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Sennheiser
Color
Black
Connectivity Technology
Wireless
Model Name
PXC 550-II
Form Factor
Over Ear

  • PXC 550-II headphones, Carry case, USB charging cable (USB-A to Micro-USB), Audio cable, Flight adapter

  • Leave Background Noise Behind

    Adaptive Noise Cancellation automatically adjusts to your surroundings to suppress unwanted background noise, for your ever-changing environments.

    Your Personal Travel Assistant

    Take control via convenient, one-touch access with the Voice Assistant button that connects to virtual assistants such as Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri. With the triple microphone array offering unrivaled speech clarity when giving voice commands.

    Long Lasting Comfort, One Charge Travel

    Whatever your destination, the exceptional 30-hour battery life of the second generation PXC 550–II Wireless is powerful enough to last your entire journey without the need to recharge. With the advanced ergonomic design and rotating earcups, the PXC 550-II Wireless is effortlessly portable with a perfect fit for your ear.


    Smart Pause Autopilot

    The Smart Pause feature reacts to your movement with seamless and practical automatic switch-off. The headset automatically turns on and connects via Bluetooth as it’s unfolded, so you can listen exactly where you left off.


    The Sound of Smart Travel

    The Sennheiser Smart Control App, with selectable sound modes, allows you to tailor the sound experience to your travel playlist whether that be music, news, podcasts or film.


    First Class Call Quality

    A bespoke triple microphone array makes it easy to stay connected while on the move. ANC detects and removes background noise providing unrivaled speech clarity, so your calls and voice commands are never lost.

    Description

    Created for the frequent, decerning business traveler, the PXC 550-II Wireless upgrades every journey with exceptional comfort, unrivalled sound quality and wireless freedom. Superior wireless audio is assured by support for high quality AAC, aptX, aptX LL codecs and Bluetooth 5.0, with adaptive noise cancellation ensuring an outstanding listening experience even in busy environments. The triple microphone array also delivers unrivalled speech clarity when making calls on the move, or interacting with virtual assistants such as Siri, Google and Alexa via the Voice Assistant Button. With exceptional ergonomic design and up to 30 hours of battery life, the PXC 550-II Wireless is the perfect companion for travelling in style.

    Features & details

    Features

    • Superior sound quality and active noise cancellation: The PXC 550-II Wireless delivers Sennheiser legendary sound quality. Active noise cancellation reduces the ambient noise around you and can be adjusted to your preference
    • Exceptional battery performance up to 30 hours: The PXC 550-II Wireless delivers up to 30 hours of battery life. You can travel from London to Hong Kong and back with just one charge
    • One touch access to voice assistant: With the touch of a single button you have access to your AI helper: Siri, Hey Google and Alexa
    • Touch pad control: A touch pad on the right ear cup provides volume, play, stop, pause and track skipping control. Touching the ear cup allows you to take an incoming call. Controlling this headset is instinctive and easy
    • Smart pause (activated via the app)/ auto on/off: Swivel the ear cups to turn off, sensors detect when you wear the headphone and play/ pause music
    • Included Components: Pxc 550-Ii Headphones, Carry Case, USB Charging Cable (USB-A To Micro-USB), Audio Cable, Flight Adapter

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    Q: Does it plug in the same way as the older sennheiser model tr 175? one wire that goes fro…

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    Customer reviews

    4.3 out of 54.3 out of 5
    1,787 global ratings

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    RBP
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Garbage
    Reviewed in the United States on January 25, 2020
    Serves me right buying these right away. I had the First Generation PXC550 and was very happy with it, but I was interested in a BT5-compatible headset for more range and better quality sound. These came out and I figured if they were as good as the first version then I''d... See more
    Serves me right buying these right away. I had the First Generation PXC550 and was very happy with it, but I was interested in a BT5-compatible headset for more range and better quality sound. These came out and I figured if they were as good as the first version then I''d be very happy.

    Unfortunately it''s been a disaster from day one.

    I guess first of all, it''s baffling that they use a MicroUSB port in this day and age. Get with the times, USB-C has been out for years now.

    But on top of that, they just plain don''t work right. And every day it''s something new.

    Every once in a while they will begin to emit an ear-piercing shrill noise when noise cancellation is on. It''s so loud it actually hurt my ears. It lasts for hours, until you just shut them off and go to sleep, then it''s gone in the morning. But it comes back every once in a while, about once a week.

    Then it just plain doesn''t connect to things sometimes. I have to turn it off, wait 10 minutes, turn it back on again, and it works. I paid a lot for these and I expect them to work EVERY TIME I use them. Not only sometimes.

    On other occasions, the headphones keep pausing playback. I''m not even touching the earpad, and it just pauses once every 2-3 seconds. Then it unpauses. I sit here in disbelief getting more and more annoyed by this. Once again, you have to shut them off, wait overnight, and then they work again in the morning.

    And the final straw hit me tonight. I''m just done with these, completely. I''m trying to listen to music while I work, and it connects to my phone, and then 5 seconds later the music gets paused, and then they refuse to play any more sound again. My phone says its connected. My headphones say they''re connected. I get 5 seconds of sound and it stops, never to work again, until I shut them off and reconnect 5 minutes later.

    Given how much I paid for these, I can''t believe how shoddy they are. What a complete waste of money. They do not work. I was previously a life-long customer of Sennheiser because of their utmost quality in sound products, but this experience has been so bad that I''m now looking at their competitors.

    These things need a massive firmware fix before their even remotely usable. BUYER BEWARE.
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    Rachel
    2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Budget ANC Headphones at a Premium Price
    Reviewed in the United States on February 3, 2020
    Background: I became a consumer of ANC headphones some months back, due to my long and loud commute via train and the noisy office where I work. I currently own the Sony WH-1000XM3 headphones (my first pair of ANC headphones) and the Bang & Olufsen H9 3rd Gen ANC... See more
    Background: I became a consumer of ANC headphones some months back, due to my long and loud commute via train and the noisy office where I work. I currently own the Sony WH-1000XM3 headphones (my first pair of ANC headphones) and the Bang & Olufsen H9 3rd Gen ANC headphones (in addition to the Jaybird Tarah Pros and Jaybird Tarah). The Sony''s are a great set of headphones, no question, and the best option for most people, it seems. Unfortunately, no set of headphones are perfect in today''s market. The muddy sound on the Sony''s led me to pick up the Bang & Olufsen H9s. The H9s are wonderful for sound quality but not great for comfort/ long-term wear or noise cancelling - the Sonys are definitely superior in this department, which is why they''re the headphones I take with me to work. Still, the more time I spend with my Sony headphones, the more conscious I become of what I don''t care for in them so I''m shopping around for a set of headphones that really steals my heart.

    Long story short, the Sennheiser PXC 550-II Wireless are not it. I’m posting this review and then I’m gonna package these bad boys up to return them.

    I only spent a few days with these headphones, but here are my thoughts over those days:

    Build Quality: First time I picked these up, my first thought was “these feel cheap.” The padding at the top is rather thin, not plush like the Sonys. They’re made out of plastic, like the Sonys, but the Sony headphones don’t feel cheap like this. These just feel… flimsy.

    Comfort: These are super light, which is lovely. The ear cups have a nice, plush padding. Still, these weren’t as comfortable as I was hoping. Part of the issue here is I wear glasses. I typically wear my Sony headphones all day - and at some point, there’s some pinching where the earpiece rests on my ears. While wearing these headphones, I started feeling that pinching after a much shorter time wearing these than the Sonys. I also just couldn’t quite get my ears to feel comfortable while sitting in the ear cups. Sometimes it feels like the padding is brushing my ears in a way that bothers me. These also heat up my ears in a way that neither the Sonys or B&O headphones do. I was really disappointed in these, comfort-wise. I can wear my B&O headphones for longer, with fewer issues, than these and my main motivation for purchasing these was the comfort.

    Sound Quality: Sennheiser is a brand known for quality sound but these… These just don’t live up to the name. The biggest issue for me was how quiet they are. You really have to crank up the volume to enjoy the sound and I couldn’t quite get them where I wanted, volume-wise. They always seemed just slightly too soft or slightly too loud. These seem to suffer from a strange sort of echo. There’s a feature in the app that allows you to adjust the spatial sound and I couldn’t seem to toggle this in a way that I liked. The app doesn’t give you very many options on what to adjust and how to adjust it either.

    While I like to think I know when headphones sound good and when they don’t, I don’t quite have the language at my disposal to speak eloquently about the sound on these. It definitely sounded better on certain tracks I listened to than others and different sections of music vs. others. I was listening to piano music at work today, for instance, and couldn’t take it on these. It just sounded so muddy and strange. The Sonys sounded better, in my opinion.

    Features: The touch pad is the one positive thing I can give these headphones. It is a really good one - very responsive, and not finicky like the Sonys (which, to be fair, is understandable since the Sonys are an older model and these are fresh on the market). The lack of USB-C was just… a really strange decision. The noise cancelling on these was ok while I was on the train but once I got to work and was listening to these amidst the office chatter? Horrible. I could hear everything, even with my music cranked up.

    Overall, I’m just really disappointed in these. I just can’t imagine that these cost all that much to produce - making the price-point on these rather laughable. You are definitely paying for a brand name here.

    All criticism and disappointment aside, however, I am excited to go ahead and try out some more ANC headphones to continue the hunt for my perfect pair.
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    Nero
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Almost perfect...almost.
    Reviewed in the United States on November 22, 2019
    As someone who owns these and their previous model the pxc 550 this was a no brainer. The sound signature for these headphones are top notch and in my opinion the noise cancelation surpasses anything that Bose is putting out . They already sound better than the Bose 700 as... See more
    As someone who owns these and their previous model the pxc 550 this was a no brainer. The sound signature for these headphones are top notch and in my opinion the noise cancelation surpasses anything that Bose is putting out . They already sound better than the Bose 700 as do the m3s but for traveling these and the Sony xm3s are your best choices and completely demolish the Bose headphones. The only reason I’m not giving it a five star rating is the micro usb wire. Micro usb in this day and age is unacceptable especially when the momentum 3s are using usb type c as are the momentum wireless. Other than that I do recemond them if you don’t mind carryihn around a micro usb with when you travel
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    Emily B.
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Incompatible w/ Apple iPhone
    Reviewed in the United States on August 29, 2020
    !!Apple iPhone users beware!! Sellers should put a disclaimer that this product does not work as intended on Apple products. I am a current owner of a PXC-550 which after 3Ish wonderful years was starting to have issues with charging and maintaining a charge. So,... See more
    !!Apple iPhone users beware!! Sellers should put a disclaimer that this product does not work as intended on Apple products.

    I am a current owner of a PXC-550 which after 3Ish wonderful years was starting to have issues with charging and maintaining a charge. So, I bought the next gen version thinking it would be better since the next gen is supposedly more compatible with the Apple iPhone’s Bluetooth capability.

    The PXC-550 has a button in which you could change the “effect mode” for sound quality depending on what you’re listening to (ex: movie, club, speech, etc.) The same button on the PXC-550 ii was changed the function of this button from the “effect mode” choice to a “speech command” function for Siri/Alexa.

    Since the functionality of this button has changed, you can use Sennheiser’s app to update the effect mode or disable the voice command functionality. But, you are unable to use the app and/or headphones as intended unless you have IOS version 13.2 or before. We are on 13.4.. how long is it going to take them to figure this out? Also, their app suggests updating the firmware on the headphones from an Android device. So, I’m supposed to borrow a friend’s phone? I mean, seriously? You’re kidding, right?

    So, now I’ve purchased a completely useless pair of $220 headphones. Thanks for wasting my time.
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    Bros
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Worth the money!
    Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2020
    I had some delivery issues initially with the seller but eventually did get a working unit to test. Pros: - Excellent balanced sound with crisp highs, even mids , & quality bass. - Great Noise cancelling. Good enough to drown out deep rumble noises &... See more
    I had some delivery issues initially with the seller but eventually did get a working unit to test.

    Pros:
    - Excellent balanced sound with crisp highs, even mids , & quality bass.
    - Great Noise cancelling. Good enough to drown out deep rumble noises & reduce conversation chatter
    - Great comfort. They are feather light & the clamping force is just right
    -Ear cups deep enough to accomodate most ear sizes
    - A plethora of Codex to support low latency & improved blue tooth sound quality
    - Bluetooth 5 for stable connections over 50 feet
    - Great battery life at over 22 hours from a full charge
    - Can connect to 2 blue tooth sources at a time
    -Lower price on Amazon compared to what these used to cost when premiered a year ago (great value)

    Cons:
    -Mediocre phone calls hearing/listening
    -Can hear wind blowing through noise cancelling outside on windy days
    -Ear pads& ears will warm up a bit when used for more than a couple hours
    -Charging cable/connection outdated

    Final impressions:
    This is a premium set of headphones which will please most people. They excel in almost every major category with only a couple flaws. Overall 5 stars here.
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    Brandon Watkins
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Amazing: Sound, Battery, Life Expectancy. Great: Comfort, Noise Cancellation, Controls.
    Reviewed in the United States on October 24, 2020
    I just purchased this (PXC 550-II), along with a pair of Bose (QC35 Series II). I already own a pair of Sennheiser PXC 550 (First edition), and a pair of Bose QC35 (Series I), though I seem to have misplaced my old Bose. Most of the following information on battery and life... See more
    I just purchased this (PXC 550-II), along with a pair of Bose (QC35 Series II). I already own a pair of Sennheiser PXC 550 (First edition), and a pair of Bose QC35 (Series I), though I seem to have misplaced my old Bose. Most of the following information on battery and life expectancy is regarding these older headphones, as I''ve had them longer, and nothing seems to have changed between the models, for either one (Aside from the built in Alexa, which I haven''t tried out yet).

    Sound:
    These Sennheisers have amazing sound quality. I can hear all of the tiny details, clearly, in just the right proportions. The bass might be a little lacking, for those that want very "punchy" bass. For those that listen to music all day, the bass is just about perfect (I wouldn''t mind a 5% increase in bass); Any more would result in listening fatigue and/or a headache. I feel like the previous model (Sennheiser PXC 550) has slightly more bass than the new PXC 550-II (by about that 5%).
    Comparing the PXC 550-II to the Bose QC35 Series II: I noticed during the only song I directly compared them with, that the Bose was playing almost none of the background instrumentals, and the ones it did play were muddled. Switching to the Sennheiser, all of that detail was captured, while still remaining in the "background" - how the music was intended to sound.

    Battery:
    I haven''t tested the batteries on the new models, but based on the previous models: The Bose seemed to be needing a recharge every day or two of use, while the Sennheisers easily last twice as long. I recently moved, and had my headphones packed away for about 7 months, and upon pulling my headphones out, the Bose battery was completely drained, and the Sennheiser was at 90-100% still. It''s possible that the Bose had a day of use on them without a recharge, but still. Also note both pairs were bought at the same time (Batteries are the same age).

    Life Expectancy:
    Based on the previous model: I''ve owned these Sennheisers for 3 years now, and they are still going strong. I''ve noticed no issues, no shortened battery life, no cracks or tears, no replacement parts needed. I can say the same for the Bose, but I will say that my previous pair of Bose (AE2) died on me right after the 1 year warrantee period, and when I went to buy a new pair from Best Buy, every pair of Bose headphones on display was also dead.

    Comfort:
    These headphones are super comfortable. Unfortunately the ear cups are narrower than the Bose, requiring me to move them around a bit to "seat" my ears properly each time I put them on. That said, once on, this does not cause any discomfort to my ears, even after a full day of use. My main (only, really) complaint with these is that these do put more pressure on the sides of your head than the Bose; Though, this is also a good thing. As the Bose headphones slide right off my head any time I jerk my head, or bend over, while these Sennheisers stay put. So if you''re doing anything other than sitting down, the mild discomfort is a small price to pay. The Bose ear pads seem softer, but I don''t notice an increase in comfort from this.
    I kind of wish they used a cloth for the ear cup padding, because leather gets hot after a while, but obviously the noise cancellation would then be non-existent. I just wish they offered this as an option, without noise cancellation.

    Noise Cancellation:
    The noise cancellation is awesome on the Sennheisers (And the Bose, for that matter). Bose does a better job (by about 15%) at cancelling white noise, like in an airplane, or a busy area with lots of talking. It seems like the Sennheisers do a better job (by about 5%) at cancelling "sharper" noises, like a single person talking. I''d consider the noise cancellation to be amazing, but Bose definitely puts them to shame overall (though, I reckon Bose has the best noise cancellation available).
    Both headphones have less "pressure" than other and older noise cancelling headphones. If you''re unsure what I am talking about, it feels like your ears need to be popped, caused by the sound the headphones are making to cancel outside noises. I feel like the Sennheisers have less pressure than the Bose, but they also aren''t quite as effective, as stated above.
    The Sennheisers have adjustable noise cancellation (off, low, high) which is really nice because it extends your battery life if, like me, you very rarely actually need (or want) the noise cancellation.

    Controls:
    I love the Sennheiser controls. The touch controls and motions are intuitive, it''s precisely as responsive/sensitive as I''d like. Another nice feature is the setting that plays outside noises ("anti-noise cancelling"), which is useful if you need to be aware of your surroundings, or someone is talking to you, etc.
    I noticed many reviews mentioned an issue with accidentally hanging up calls when adjusting the headphones, but I haven''''t had this issue, and don''t understand how other people do, unless they have something in their hand, or they are grabbing the outside of the ear cups for some reason - I grab mine by the sides of the ear cups. Granted, I don''t talk often on the phone, so I''m less likely to experience this, anyway, but I''d imagine the same exact issue would cause accidental pausing of music, etc., which I haven''t had an issue with.

    Cons:
    The only cons I can think of are:
    1) As mentioned in Comfort: The headphones press slightly too firmly on the sides of my head. This could also potentially be a Pro, so I''m reluctant to call it a con.
    2) I wish they would have made it possible to both continue your music and play outside sounds when using the "anti noise cancellation" feature. I''d like to be able to listen to music, while still being aware of your surroundings when driving, walking, biking, etc. Perhaps you need to be able to hear your baby crying, but want your tunes.

    Apparently I can''t leave a review for both the PXC 550 and the PXC 550-II, so a note regarding ONLY the PXC 550 (this has been fixed in the new model): The "surroundings-aware" functionality frequently has issues when playing music. About half the time, double tapping just pauses my music. It might take 3 attempts to get it to turn on.
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    Armandt
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Noise cancellation? What noise cancellation?!
    Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2019
    Noise cancellation is disgusting. PERIOD. Works as any other headset, so buy anything else. EDIT: (I have some spare time) I owned a pair of the previous version, the Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless, which I deem superior to this new... See more
    Noise cancellation is disgusting. PERIOD.

    Works as any other headset, so buy anything else.

    EDIT: (I have some spare time)

    I owned a pair of the previous version, the Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless, which I deem superior to this new version.

    Unfortunately my previous headphones have kicked the bucket, and so I cannot compare them critically side by side. However, I can say that while using the previous version, outside noise was completely blocked out, and I couldn''t even hear people talking around me, which I valued highly.

    Before this product released, I bought the Sony WH-1000XM3, which was also a disappointment to me, and I returned it the next day, but it is definitely superior to the Sennheiser PXC 550-II Wireless.

    EDIT: (It has been months since I bought these)

    Yeah... there is an annoying low frequency noise on the left with the noise cancellation on.

    Thank you Sennheiser for betraying my trust in you.

    EDIT: (9 months)

    The headphones are crackling while listening to music, and it is definitely not associated with the music quality itself. The entire idea of having these headphones is to be able to focus in peace and quiet, and not suddenly be shocked out of my entire being due to sudden crackle.

    Yeah... I''ll never buy anything from Sennheiser again.

    I see people commenting about defective units, well I''m not going to inconvenience myself further either with even more headaches from customer service.

    EDIT: FINAL

    I have found that after almost two years, external noise such as cars and motor cycle noise gets amplified in my ear.

    Should call these noise amplification headphones.

    Never ever again I''ll have anything to do with Sennheiser.
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    QMJ
    3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Bit of a disappointment
    Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2020
    These headphones are a bit of a disappointment after my previous PXC-550s. The sound mode is no longer selectable directly on the headphones but must be selected through Sennheiser''s Smart Control app. This is a bit of a PITA if you are using these headphones with a smart... See more
    These headphones are a bit of a disappointment after my previous PXC-550s. The sound mode is no longer selectable directly on the headphones but must be selected through Sennheiser''s Smart Control app. This is a bit of a PITA if you are using these headphones with a smart TV (as I mostly am), anything using a BT adapter, or if you use them across multiple devices (you either need the app on all devices, or need to have the device with the app connected and available to change the mode selection). Personally, I really do not like these not functioning as a "self-contained" unit. The pairing button which used to also function for mode selection is now dedicated to accessing a voice assistant, a function for which I have no use. So, for me, this new edition reduces features and is a definite downgrade from the original PXC-550s. It would have been nice if the function of the pairing button had been made user assignable through the app.
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    Hi_mito
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Una Decepción Total.
    Reviewed in Mexico on April 3, 2021
    He escuchado mucho sobre la calidad de los productos Sennheiser, y realmente tenia unas expectativas muy altas en estos audífonos; Después de pensarlo por algún tiempo me decidí por comprarlos. Al empezar a probarlos fue una cascada de decepciones una tras otra. La calidad...See more
    He escuchado mucho sobre la calidad de los productos Sennheiser, y realmente tenia unas expectativas muy altas en estos audífonos; Después de pensarlo por algún tiempo me decidí por comprarlos. Al empezar a probarlos fue una cascada de decepciones una tras otra. La calidad de audio no fue la que esperaba, tengo unos Sony WH-1000XM3, unos Beats Solo3 y varios IEMs HiFi, que sin duda alguna suenan mucho mejor. Los audífonos están diseñados para productos Apple, por lo que si tienes equipo Android se perderán funciones, el cable no es compatible con otras marcas. Los probé con mi iPad y el sonido fue decepcionante (Por cable y Bluetooth) Así que antes de terminar el día me decidí por devolverlos. Los Sony cuentan con formatos de alta definición Aptx HD, LDAC y son compatibles con mis equipos al 100%. (Excepto Apple que maneja su propio formato)
    He escuchado mucho sobre la calidad de los productos Sennheiser, y realmente tenia unas expectativas muy altas en estos audífonos; Después de pensarlo por algún tiempo me decidí por comprarlos.
    Al empezar a probarlos fue una cascada de decepciones una tras otra.
    La calidad de audio no fue la que esperaba, tengo unos Sony WH-1000XM3, unos Beats Solo3 y varios IEMs HiFi,
    que sin duda alguna suenan mucho mejor.
    Los audífonos están diseñados para productos Apple, por lo que si tienes equipo Android se perderán funciones, el cable no es compatible con otras marcas.
    Los probé con mi iPad y el sonido fue decepcionante (Por cable y Bluetooth)
    Así que antes de terminar el día me decidí por devolverlos.
    Los Sony cuentan con formatos de alta definición Aptx HD, LDAC y son compatibles con mis equipos al 100%.
    (Excepto Apple que maneja su propio formato)
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    Cliente de Amazon
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Excelentes en todo
    Reviewed in Mexico on May 27, 2021
    Estos audífonos son muy cómodos, no pesan y te cubren toda la oreja, no son estorbosos, la presión de la diadema es adecuada, los he usado un para de horas seguidas y no siento necesidad de moverlos para descansar la oreja o el ajuste, el control touch es facil de manejar y...See more
    Estos audífonos son muy cómodos, no pesan y te cubren toda la oreja, no son estorbosos, la presión de la diadema es adecuada, los he usado un para de horas seguidas y no siento necesidad de moverlos para descansar la oreja o el ajuste, el control touch es facil de manejar y muy practico, el sonido es menos plano, tirando a lo comercial sin llegar a serlo, los graves tienen la justa cantidad, pero si le das prioridad a los graves, tal vez debas probar otras marcas, el escenario de sonido es amplio y detallado. Una cosa que nadie dice y que solo esta en las paginas de internet como reddit es que al usar el cable de audio el microfono se desactiva y no puedes hacer nada para activarlo, a menos que uses el cable micro USB que a la vez que lo cargas tambien funciona como interfaz de audio puedes escuchar audio y el microfono vuelve a habilitarse, pero la gran desventaja es que el cable microUSB es bastante rigido y se conecta debajo del casco derecho por lo que lo sientes y lo notas en cada movimiento de cabeza, estorba pues, falló el diseño de sennheiser. Por cierto, no quieres encontrarte con atención a clientes de Sennheiser Mexico, aun así es una excelente compra.
    Estos audífonos son muy cómodos, no pesan y te cubren toda la oreja, no son estorbosos, la presión de la diadema es adecuada, los he usado un para de horas seguidas y no siento necesidad de moverlos para descansar la oreja o el ajuste, el control touch es facil de manejar y muy practico, el sonido es menos plano, tirando a lo comercial sin llegar a serlo, los graves tienen la justa cantidad, pero si le das prioridad a los graves, tal vez debas probar otras marcas, el escenario de sonido es amplio y detallado.
    Una cosa que nadie dice y que solo esta en las paginas de internet como reddit es que al usar el cable de audio el microfono se desactiva y no puedes hacer nada para activarlo, a menos que uses el cable micro USB que a la vez que lo cargas tambien funciona como interfaz de audio puedes escuchar audio y el microfono vuelve a habilitarse, pero la gran desventaja es que el cable microUSB es bastante rigido y se conecta debajo del casco derecho por lo que lo sientes y lo notas en cada movimiento de cabeza, estorba pues, falló el diseño de sennheiser.
    Por cierto, no quieres encontrarte con atención a clientes de Sennheiser Mexico, aun así es una excelente compra.
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    Gian A.
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    I really want to like these headphones...
    Reviewed in Canada on October 20, 2020
    First off, I bought this during Prime Day since I am currently in the market for the "Best value" headphones for the money (i.e. value for money). I am normally an audiophile who wants everything wired, but I decided to invest on some decent headphones for work purposes....See more
    First off, I bought this during Prime Day since I am currently in the market for the "Best value" headphones for the money (i.e. value for money). I am normally an audiophile who wants everything wired, but I decided to invest on some decent headphones for work purposes. I''ve looked at all the reviews and it is normally Bose QC35ii vs SonyWH1000XM3, but I decided to bite the bullet during Prime Day and check out the differences between Sennheiser PXC550-II, Bose QC35ii and B&O H4 (Don''t get me started with SonyWH1000XM3 since I cancelled the order, Sony sound isn''t for me). Pros: - Sounds quality - 5/5 This is significantly better than the Bose. The highs are high and lows can be adjusted to user preference. I''ve listened to a variety of genres from Pop/Dance/EDM/instrumentals/acapella groups/classical - This meets my expectation as above average sound quality for the price point. For me, it beats Bose by a long shot. - Comfortable - 4/5 Not as good as Bose, but I''ve had this while at work for 2+ hours of conference calls and/or music Not bad/Not great: - Build Quality - 3.5/5 It''s plastic, but well made and feels solid in the hands. Not as good as Bose, but it''s not bad. - ANC - 3.5/5 I just docked 1.5 points because it''s not Sony ANC and Bose ANC is also better compared to PXC550ii. Personally, I don''t care about ANC but it is nice to have. The ANC is still quite good even if there is no music and you just want to focus on work and get job done. Cons: - Bluetooth - 2.5/5 It connects to my phone and laptop BUT it keeps changing from one to another which could get annoying at times. I would listen on my phone, then it will transfer to my laptop because I accidentally pressed something in the keyboard that made a "sound" in the laptop. The Bose does not do this and it has older technology. Another issue is when I am in a conference call or listening to music - the sound would drop, then start again after a second. I updated the firmware hoping to reduce this issue, but unfortunately, there was no improvement. Touch Controls - 2/5 I would have preferred physical buttons. Sennheiser, you don''t need to copy fads. Just stick to what works and your strengths. If you don''t have $400-$600 to spend on very expensive audiophile quality headphones but still have above average sounds quality and don''t mind the nuisances of Bluetooth connectivity - then try these out for yourself. I personally want to like Sennheiser PXC550ii, but I have had my share of frustrations with this headphone when it comes to BT. I''ll have to weigh it out and compare to B&O H4 (no ANC) to check the sound quality differences.
    First off, I bought this during Prime Day since I am currently in the market for the "Best value" headphones for the money (i.e. value for money). I am normally an audiophile who wants everything wired, but I decided to invest on some decent headphones for work purposes.
    I''ve looked at all the reviews and it is normally Bose QC35ii vs SonyWH1000XM3, but I decided to bite the bullet during Prime Day and check out the differences between Sennheiser PXC550-II, Bose QC35ii and B&O H4 (Don''t get me started with SonyWH1000XM3 since I cancelled the order, Sony sound isn''t for me).

    Pros:
    - Sounds quality - 5/5 This is significantly better than the Bose. The highs are high and lows can be adjusted to user preference. I''ve listened to a variety of genres from Pop/Dance/EDM/instrumentals/acapella groups/classical - This meets my expectation as above average sound quality for the price point. For me, it beats Bose by a long shot.
    - Comfortable - 4/5 Not as good as Bose, but I''ve had this while at work for 2+ hours of conference calls and/or music

    Not bad/Not great:
    - Build Quality - 3.5/5 It''s plastic, but well made and feels solid in the hands. Not as good as Bose, but it''s not bad.
    - ANC - 3.5/5 I just docked 1.5 points because it''s not Sony ANC and Bose ANC is also better compared to PXC550ii. Personally, I don''t care about ANC but it is nice to have. The ANC is still quite good even if there is no music and you just want to focus on work and get job done.

    Cons:
    - Bluetooth - 2.5/5 It connects to my phone and laptop BUT it keeps changing from one to another which could get annoying at times. I would listen on my phone, then it will transfer to my laptop because I accidentally pressed something in the keyboard that made a "sound" in the laptop. The Bose does not do this and it has older technology. Another issue is when I am in a conference call or listening to music - the sound would drop, then start again after a second. I updated the firmware hoping to reduce this issue, but unfortunately, there was no improvement.

    Touch Controls - 2/5 I would have preferred physical buttons. Sennheiser, you don''t need to copy fads. Just stick to what works and your strengths.

    If you don''t have $400-$600 to spend on very expensive audiophile quality headphones but still have above average sounds quality and don''t mind the nuisances of Bluetooth connectivity - then try these out for yourself. I personally want to like Sennheiser PXC550ii, but I have had my share of frustrations with this headphone when it comes to BT. I''ll have to weigh it out and compare to B&O H4 (no ANC) to check the sound quality differences.
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    Alex Ruston
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Best headphones I''ve ever owned, had to buy Wife her own
    Reviewed in Canada on May 29, 2021
    Easily the best headphones I''ve ever owned. Battery life is excellent, noise cancellation is great, the sound is amazing. Wireless means I can move around easily without hauling a device around the room with me. Wife didn''t understand why I was so excited, so I let her...See more
    Easily the best headphones I''ve ever owned. Battery life is excellent, noise cancellation is great, the sound is amazing. Wireless means I can move around easily without hauling a device around the room with me. Wife didn''t understand why I was so excited, so I let her listen to music on them one day, songs by her favorite artist that she knows inside out. She heard subtleties she''d never heard before in all the years she''s been listening to those same recordings. I didn''t get them back for most of the day (lesson for a long and happy marriage, don''t argue with a happy wife). Needless to say, I ordered her a pair as well. She refuses to use any other headphones if she can help it as she''s now been spoiled by how well things can sound.
    Easily the best headphones I''ve ever owned. Battery life is excellent, noise cancellation is great, the sound is amazing. Wireless means I can move around easily without hauling a device around the room with me. Wife didn''t understand why I was so excited, so I let her listen to music on them one day, songs by her favorite artist that she knows inside out. She heard subtleties she''d never heard before in all the years she''s been listening to those same recordings. I didn''t get them back for most of the day (lesson for a long and happy marriage, don''t argue with a happy wife). Needless to say, I ordered her a pair as well. She refuses to use any other headphones if she can help it as she''s now been spoiled by how well things can sound.
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    Globewriter
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Brilliant sound quality and very comfortable.
    Reviewed in Canada on October 29, 2020
    It was between these and the Sonys and I think I made the right choice. When it comes to the quality of their audio reproduction nothing beats Sennheiser. They’re light and extremely comfortable. The noise canceling is efficient. It’s not as strong as the Sony headphones...See more
    It was between these and the Sonys and I think I made the right choice. When it comes to the quality of their audio reproduction nothing beats Sennheiser. They’re light and extremely comfortable. The noise canceling is efficient. It’s not as strong as the Sony headphones but I rather have less aggressive noise canceling and high quality sound rather than the almost muddy sound of the Sony. My only complaints are that the firmware updating requires Windows or an Android phone. I have an iPhone and Macs and there’s apparently no way to do it. This seems a rather odd choice by Sennheiser. The maximum volume also isn’t very loud compared to other headphones. 100% volume on the Sennheiser is probably equivalent to 75% on any other headphones. I’m led to understand that this is because of a maximum decibel level prescribed by the EU...and Sennheiser is a European company. It’s still perfectly adequate for listening though and probably better for my hearing. I’m very happy with my PXC 550-ii headphones.
    It was between these and the Sonys and I think I made the right choice. When it comes to the quality of their audio reproduction nothing beats Sennheiser.

    They’re light and extremely comfortable.

    The noise canceling is efficient. It’s not as strong as the Sony headphones but I rather have less aggressive noise canceling and high quality sound rather than the almost muddy sound of the Sony.

    My only complaints are that the firmware updating requires Windows or an Android phone. I have an iPhone and Macs and there’s apparently no way to do it. This seems a rather odd choice by Sennheiser.

    The maximum volume also isn’t very loud compared to other headphones. 100% volume on the Sennheiser is probably equivalent to 75% on any other headphones. I’m led to understand that this is because of a maximum decibel level prescribed by the EU...and Sennheiser is a European company. It’s still perfectly adequate for listening though and probably better for my hearing.
    I’m very happy with my PXC 550-ii headphones.
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