The i300 features a sleek in-line remote with microphone that gives you complete control over volume, answering/ending calls, iPhone Voice Control and music playing options like play/pause and skip. Its stereo speakers and noise-reducing in-ear design deliver dynamic sound that gives your music an impressive boost. In addition, the snug fit reduces ambient noise for superior music quality in loud locations.
- Sennheiser sound for superior dynamic range and enhanced bass response
- Smart remote with microphone to control your iPhone
- In-ear headset with superb noise isolation for effective noise blocking
- High-end dynamic speakers for natural bass response
- Comfortable custom fit-sleek ergonomic design with different ear sleeve choices to ensure comfortable, secure fit
- Ideal for use with the latest generation of iPhone, iPod, iPad and MacBook models
Did you notice?Sennheiser's products have received a Grammy, a Tony and an Academy Award.
Apple Recommends ForExperience audiophile performance for the music on your iPhone, iPod and iPad.
What's in the Box?
- Sennheiser i300 with EAC remote
- Three pairs of ear sleeves (S,M,L)
- Frequency Response: 18 Hz – 21,000 Hz
- Impedance: 16 Ω
- THD: < 0.1 %
- Other Features: With Remote and Mic, Noise Isolation, Stereo
- Form Factor: In Ear
- Cable Length: 1.2 m
- No. of Microphones: 1
- Mfr. Part Number: i300 White
- UPC or EAN No.: 615104229549
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Ratings & Reviews
Excellent In-Ear Headphones with Memory Foam Earbuds
Where to start? Well they look great - that's the first thing you'll notice. These are IEMs which looks and sounds good. They're b Where to start? Well they look great - that's the first thing you'll notice. These are IEMs which looks and sounds good. They're built from sturdy strong plastics and comes with silicon earbuds of which are not very comfortable and falls off easily. Within 2 months of using it I have already gone through 2 sets of silicon earbuds. I have now replaced the silicon earbuds with memory foam ones which I bought from eBay. They are called MoBeast. Upon switching to the memory foam earbuds, it enhances the comfortability and sound quality ALOT!! So I strongly recommend the MoBeast memory foam earbuds.
I'm coming from a very nice pair of dual driver Ultimate Ears which replaced some pretty decent Shures from a couple of years back so I'm accustomed to very nice sounding IEMs. That should put some context on things when I say these are head and shoulders above anything I've used before. The drive and energy behind the sound these produce is astonishing. The experience is, for want of a better word, massive. Play something bass heavy, close your eyes and you could imagine someone has somehow sneaked a massive woofer into the room. The sound has a visceral edge.
That's not to say these are all about the bass. So far I've tried these out with a range of styles and not found a single one lacking. It was when I listened to Hotel California though that my mind was made up. A great song for testing out speakers/IEMs etc. because of the richness of the sound. No word of a lie, it sounded like a new song. Harmonies were clear and crisp, the plucked guitars twanged playfully as the melody swelled and the drums thumped and crashed with energy and drive. Again let me remind you that these are tested with MoBeast memory foam earbuds.
They're fairly priced and you can't doubt the value. These are fantastic IEMs and if you're in the market for a great set and are happy to spend the money to hear your music so beautifully reproduced I am happy to recommend these unreservedly but only with the replacement of the original silicon earbuds with the MoBeast memory foam earbuds. …
- Written by Kellie L from Northallerton
113 of 118 people found this useful
I spent 3 hours in Covent Garden today listening to all kinds of over hear phones from £70 to £300 and these match the best. I was I spent 3 hours in Covent Garden today listening to all kinds of over hear phones from £70 to £300 and these match the best. I was going to plunge for the £66 apple in ear phones but at £50 I gave these a punt. I'm amazed at the quality for the price. I'll buy another pair without hesitation before I buy apple ear phones again.
- Written by John V from Leven
121 of 138 people found this useful
These are great
I've been looking for some headphones for ages, others that I've had hurt my ears and did not sound good at all.
After reading I've been looking for some headphones for ages, others that I've had hurt my ears and did not sound good at all.
After reading loads of reviews etc popped into Apple Store to look and check what the assistants could help me with and decided on Sennheiser i300 OMG these are great fitted well in my ear as they come with 3 different sizes found that I am the smallest which would explain why my ears so sore using others.
Now can hear all the music, bass, voice etc and no outside noise at all great for this price. …
- Written by Lucinda N from Newcastle upon Tyne
84 of 90 people found this useful
Had many headphones and earphones over the years, some costing several hundred dollars. Am currently using the B&W P5's with a DAC Had many headphones and earphones over the years, some costing several hundred dollars. Am currently using the B&W P5's with a DAC connected to my Macbook Pro. Pretty good. But I needed a pair of good fitting earphones for travelling and walking the dog. Did a lot of research but couldn't listen because of restrictions on 'in-ear' testing. But the Apple store has a 'try for two weeks with a full refund if you're not happy' policy. So I bought the i300's. Put them on my iPod and was blown away. These earphones are very good. For the money they are an absolute steal. …
- Written by Mike G from Canberra
0 of 1 people found this useful
The best £50 you'll spend on in-ear headphones
Firstly I like to think of myself as a bit of an audiophile. I listen to music for a good 4-6 hours most days. I've tried a whole Firstly I like to think of myself as a bit of an audiophile. I listen to music for a good 4-6 hours most days. I've tried a whole range of ear phones, from the in-ear Apple, Logitech Ultimate, RHA's, Atomic Floyd Darts and previous Sennheiser's. I bought the Super Darts before Christmas as I was always intrigued to see what a £200 pair of headphones brings to the table in comparison to a £50+ pair. Granted the build quality and sound is exceptional, but it's all relative. If you're mainly listening to music on your iPhone, the sound card isn't good enough to warrant spending £200. Likewise if the quality of your music is poor then it's not worth it.
I took them back and swapped them for the i300's based on the reviews on here and elsewhere online. At first I thought the mids and bass lacked warmth, whilst the treble lacked clarity, but if you get these leave them for half a day with your music playing through them at half volume to warm the drivers up. After they got through that initial warm-up period I have been surprised about how good the sound has been out of these headphones. The bass response is excellent and the general warmth of the sound is very rich no matter what the music type. Aside from the sound, the mic works very well, the controls are easy to use and so far the build quality looks respectable.
If I had one complaint it would be that the lead isn't quite long enough, but I'm being picky here!
Need new headphones? Get these! …
- Written by Danny K from Norwich
1 of 1 people found this useful
Pretty average all 'round really
Headphone performance is nothing sensational, I'm no expert so I won't pretend to critique the bass or treble performance. What p Headphone performance is nothing sensational, I'm no expert so I won't pretend to critique the bass or treble performance. What prompted me to write was my dislike of a couple of features:
1 - The length of the cable is barely enough to carry your device in your trouser pocket, without the earphones being tugged out of your ears.
2 - The cable from the mike to the left hand earbud is half the length of the cable on the right hand side.
Oh, and for good measure, the remote / mike performance is nowhere near as good as that on the Apple earbuds.
I regret buying these headphones and wish I had studied other options harder before ordering them! …
- Written by Roger G from Hartford
7 of 8 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Are these assymetric headphones
- Asked by Hazel G
Yes, they are worn around the back of the neck, in an asymmetric J arrangement (rather than a Y) - I Yes, they are worn around the back of the neck, in an asymmetric J arrangement (rather than a Y) - I like this style as you can leave them loose around the base of your neck when not in use. The cable does not flap around in front of you, its neater routed around the back of the head. …
- Answered by Olivia B
can i still answer calls using these headphones
- Asked by Bernard H
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Can these headphones be used with the iPhone 5?
- Asked by Helena B
I'm using it happily with my iPhone 5 with all the remote functions.
- Answered by Chung King C