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Thursday, October 04, 2007
Sennheiser MXL 51 Earphones

1. Introduction

Mobile warriors are always looking for a good pair of earphones. While I don't use any of the Ipod/Zen/Zune multimedia players, my old, trusty Mp3 player needed an upgrade in sound quality, so I started looking for the most obvious improvement, a brand new pair of earphones. A quick walk down to the local store revealed a brand well known to audiophiles, Sennheiser. The only available set was the MXL51, which I eventually bought. How well does this product perform under everyday use?

- Sennheiser MXL 51

MXL51 is part of the new Sennheiser Street Line. With several improvements, Sennheiser promises "...great sound and powerful bass from the Sennheiser Basswind System are especially exciting...". The main features are listed below.

  • Stereo earphones with integrated lanyard
  • Sennheiser Basswind System for powerful bass response
  • Ergonomic design ensures optimum fit
  • Accessories: earpads, extension cable and carrying case

- Specifications

Design
Stereo earphones with lanyard
Transducer principle
Dynamic
Frequency response
19-21,000 Hz
Impedance
64 O
THD
< 0.1%
SPL (1 kHz, 1 Vrms)
116 dB
Ear coupling
In-ear
Weight (without cable)
Approx. 7 g
Connecting cable
0.1m (+1m extension cable)
Audio connector
3.5 mm right angled stereo mini-jack plug
Dimensions of product packaging (BxHxT)
98x218x38mm
Weight of product packaging
120 g
Dimensions of master carton (BxHxT)
286x248x219 mm
Number of packagings per master carton
14




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