Nokia BH-905i Against Sennheiser MM450

Wireless wonder that works both as a good music headphones and bluetooth headset is a severe attainable ideal. Here we are two of the more ambitious efforts against each other.

Comfort

Sennheiser MM 450

Sennheiser ear cups comes in a soft tote bag in flexible formats. They do not take up more space than they can fit in a large jacket pocket. Headset is lightweight, and örokuddarna are soft and comfortable, but I think the arch provides for heavy pressure on the ears, and I have ears that are sensitive to such things believe that they become uncomfortable if one uses them any more moments at a time.

Nokia BH-905i

Flyout is the Nokia headset, not much larger than the Sennheiser ear cups, but they weigh considerably more, and the importance in itself makes it sometimes feels like they are about to slide off, especially as they do not press so tightly against the head. To do this, on the other hand, they are comfortable to wear even for long periods of time. Compared to its predecessor, the BH-905 is the bag to the headset, the less, but it is still significantly larger than what goes down in the Pocket.

Features

Sennheiser MM 450

It offers almost everything you could wish for. Headset can be connected either via bluetooth or via 3.5 mm jack. Adapters are available for a variety of needs, including for the connection to the outlet that is available on airplane seats. There are control buttons for the music and microphone in order to be able to use those Bluetooth headsets. It’s hard to think of any offhand feature that is missing.

Nokia BH-905i

Nokia appeal lies feature set is very similar to that of Sennheiserlurarna, including the long line supplied adapters. Nokia Trump over with a sladdadapter to control the Iphone with cord, but in return is charging the headset with the Nokia standard charger where Sennheiser uses the new charging standard micro-usb.

User experience

Sennheiser MM 450

As always when it comes to Bluetooth it becomes much messing around when to connect and separate devices. The problem is aggravated by the fact that the instruction manual is not clear as a Bell. A number of symbols will be translated to press a specific button, or press and hold the same button a certain length until a particular sequence will Flash. Once operates the headset with a four-way button on the right side. X that should distinguish the various elements, however, are not sufficiently distinct, and you have to fumble a part to pick right.

Nokia BH-905i

Nokia also stuck with the usual Bluetooth strulet. Sometimes when I pair the headset with a phone or computer, I get only mono sound and forced to restart both to make it work. It is in all cases get control buttons to keep track of, so if things go wrong, it is not because you made a mistake. Nokia BH-905i also has control buttons that are larger and easier to keep track of, and it is easy to control volume or flush to the next track without taking off his headset.

Audio

Sennheiser MM 450

Buy a couple of music headphones for 3000 crowns have a right to expect it to sound really good, and this unfortunately betray MM 450. First impression is good, with both bass and treble, but after a while you notice that the treble is correct sharp, tough and compact, and listening to on higher volume get tired ears. It is leaking also very sound to the surroundings as easily disturbed. Use the headset to talk on the phone, it sounds good to you, and pretty good even for the person you’re talking to.

Nokia BH-905i

The maximum volume on Nokia headset is low. If it weren’t for the noise suppression feature would most definitely have been too low for classical music, which is often recorded on lower volume. In addition, the headset, a sound that may not impress the avid audio file, but it is still clearly enjoyable with pressure in the base and treble not ears get tired of speech sound is something … worse than with the Sennheiser-headphones, yet fully approved for both you and the person you’re talking to a minus with Nokia headset is that they leak a lot of audio to the surroundings , and is therefore not recommended in a workplace.

Noise damping

Sennheiser MM 450

Both Nokia and Sennheiser have functions for noise, extinguishing. A microphone recording ambient sound and uses inverted sound signal to filter out the noise. For Sennheiserlurarna’s noise reduction correct discreetly, to be on really noisy environments for that even to notice it. Low-frequency sounds seem to be filtered away more than high frequency. Some help doing the feature anyway if you for example want to listen to music while riding municipal.

Nokia BH-905i

I’ve heard even better noise extinguishing, but in Nokia headset is so good that you can use it to impress your friends and acquaintances. Go out on the balcony, turn on the noise suppression and associated motorway noise disappear while you still hear when people talk to you. Noise-cancel also do much to offset the low maximum volume, so that you can listen to music recorded on low volume, even on public transport.

Winner:

Nokia BH-905i

Both headphones work well as Bluetooth headsets. Sennheiserlurarna is smoother, while the Nokia headset, is easier to use. It precipitates settling is that Nokia headset is far better as music headphones, especially in noisy environments.

 

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