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- Features a 3.5mm jack – listen to your favorite music between calls on your smartphone
- In-line call control lets you answer and end calls without touching your phone
- The super-comfortable leatherette ear cushions make this the most comfortable cell headset around
- Covered by our 2-year, full-replacement warranty
With a 3.5mm jack the HD 219s connects to most smartphones like your iPhone, Blackberry or Android, and works great with your iPad, Kindle Fire or other tablet. It's the perfect travel companion.
As you'd expect from a Sennheiser headset, the sound quality, comfort and durability of this headset are all top-notch. And on top of it all, it's covered by our 2-year product-replacement warranty.
|Max Range / Cord Length||4 feet|
|Connector Type (view connectors)||
|Lines: (telephone products only)||Not Applicable|
|Compatibility||Works with your existing cell phone|
|Battery Life||Not Applicable|
|Handset Lifter Compatible||Not Applicable|
|Busy Light||Not Applicable|
|Quick Disconnect||Not Applicable|
|DC Adapter Compatible||Not Applicable|
|Digital Encryption||Not Applicable|
|What's in the box?||Headset, Nokia Adapter, User Guide|
Average Customer rating for this item:
They get a lot of abuse from field work and so far they have been holding.
Now to the review.
I've been using this set for the past few weeks.
Pros - The sound is crystal clear. Music from a ipod sounds balanced. The microphone is good since I've not received a single complaint about voice quality from folks on the other end of the line. The headband is very comfortable and so are the ear cushions. I've used this set for long calls lasting more than 4 hours at a stretch without any discomfort. The sliding volume control works very well indeed. In fact it does override the phone's volume controls. This is very important since many phones sound loud even at the minimum volume setting.
Cons - What is surprising to me is that the gauge of the cable connecting the headset to 3.5mm jack is very thin matching that of headsets that cost $5/-. The cable connections to the headphone and the 3.5mm jack look fragile indeed. Frankly, I'm worried about the longevity of this otherwise wonderful headset. I believe that the design should have incorporated user replaceable cable connection between the headset and the 3.5mm jack since most headset problems arise with the cable connection. This would have increased the useful life of the headset.
However for now, its a good buy.