The Wireless Bluetooth Music Receiver connects easily to your hi-fi unit and pairs wirelessly with your iPod or iPhone via Bluetooth v2.1 for reliable, high-quality sound.
Control your home music using the paired device's own controls to change your playlist. Up to six Bluetooth-enabled devices may be paired with this receiver and its elegant and unobtrusive design means that you have wireless connectivity for your music without any significant impact on your hi-fi's configuration.
Sit back and listen
Connect iPhone, iPod, iPad or any Bluetooth enabled device for stunning sound from your stereo unit.
- Amazing dynamic control over complex source material
- 3-button smart remote with mic for simple music/call management
- Premium Sennheiser sound quality—relied on by professionals for over 60 years
- Sealed ear cups isolate the user from ambient distraction
- Supple, on-ear padding ensures the perfect "sweet spot"
- Lightweight ergo-friendly design eliminates ear fatigue
- Ear cups fold flat for compact storage or transport
Did you notice?The HD 218i works magic on your entire iTunes music collection with a warm, detailed response that defines flexible.
Apple Recommends ForAll iPod and iPhone users in need of a fun, bass-enhanced headphone for quality audio reproduction at home or on-the-go.
What's in the Box?
- Sennheiser HD 218i headphones
- Frequency Response: 19 - 21,000 Hz
- Impedance: 24 ohms
- Other Features: With Remote and Mic
- Form Factor: On Ear
- Cable Length: 4.6 ft./1.4 m (single-sided)
- Height: 8.0 in./20.3 cm (without cable)
- Width: 6.0 in./15.2 cm (without cable)
- Depth: 3.0 in./7.6 cm (without cable)
- Weight: 3.6 oz./102.0 g (without cable)
- UPC or EAN No.: 615104186354
- Note: Apple's One-Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer's warranty provided by the product manufacturer — please see your product box and literature for details. Benefits under the manufacturer's warranty are in addition to rights provided by consumer law. For details, click here.
- Warranty: Two years
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Ratings & Reviews
Great value headphones
Bought these today from Apple shop in Glasgow and am well pleased. Wanted low end pair to sit at home with while working and can s Bought these today from Apple shop in Glasgow and am well pleased. Wanted low end pair to sit at home with while working and can say am astonished at the clarity that comes thro these £50 cans. Have been listening to the Beatles remastered albums, The Decemberists, Moody Blues, Clapton etc etc and was wowed by the sound quality, a real surprise to me. So if you have £50 to spend on cans take my word for it these will give higher priced Bose etc a real run for their money …
- Written by Robert G from BIGGAR
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You get what you pay for
Picked these up yesterday at the Apple store, they didn't have any I could try but assured me that I could take them back if they Picked these up yesterday at the Apple store, they didn't have any I could try but assured me that I could take them back if they were unsatisfactory, decided to give them a go based upon generally good user reviews.
Pros: lightweight and comfortable, cheap.
Cons: muffled sound.
Anyone whose ever listened to a good set of cans is going to be mighty disappointed with these headphones, there's a distinct lack of clarity that I found impossible to ignore.
Taking them back for a refund. …
- Written by Rob H from London
10 of 14 people found this useful
Unfortunately, there are better alternatives.
I purchased these headphones in March, 2011.
While I am pleased with them, I have come to realise that better alternatives for I purchased these headphones in March, 2011.
While I am pleased with them, I have come to realise that better alternatives for the same price are on the market. If you do not need the headphone volume control built into the headphones, then I would advise you find a pair without them. You usually get a better built and sounding pair for exactly the same price without them due to the licensing fees of encorperating this technology into third party hardware.
I also felt the build quality could have been better. I am finding myself constantly aware that the plastic could snap at any moment, althought the probability of this happening is probably minimal. I would also suggest that the sound is somewhat muffled unless you push the headphones against your ears, but this may be a case of not fitting them correctly.
I would strongly advise anyone looking to purchase these headphones to try them out for themselves before making any impulsive purchase. If you have any doubts, then they probably aren't for you. …
- Written by George R from Sevenoaks
9 of 13 people found this useful
Dreadful - returning them to store
They look fine and are comfortable but sound is terrible. No bass whatsoever (I've tried with various songs and devices) and low They look fine and are comfortable but sound is terrible. No bass whatsoever (I've tried with various songs and devices) and low max volume. I have a £30 pair of senneiser headphones which are much better, these sound like something that would come free with an mp3 player. …
- Written by James D from Bromley
2 of 4 people found this useful
Good, but not worth £50
After reading reviews, both here and on Amazon, I decided to buy these headphones from Apple today. When trying them out, my firs After reading reviews, both here and on Amazon, I decided to buy these headphones from Apple today. When trying them out, my first thought was that they felt incredibly flimsy, however it's rare to find any headphones that feel particularly robust.
However, when trying them with my iPhone, I discovered that the only way to get a good sound was by physically pushing the headphones onto my ears, which is quite inconvenient. Without doing this, there is little-to-no bass, and the treble sounds quite tinny. There is also a severe lack of volume, making these impossible to use in public.
At nearly £50, I'd expect a little more from Sennheiser, since my £30 monitor headphones are much better, and feel a lot more robust.
If you can find a way to secure these to yours ears constantly, they would be an excellent product. The remote is excellent, and performs all functions I would expect, including voice-control. However, in a busy environment, the microphone doesn't pick everything up.
I'm sorry to say I will be returning these tomorrow. …
- Written by James A from Newcastle
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- Written by Ming L from Gloucester
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Yes it is a 3.5mm jack and it will work fine with your ipad.
- Answered by Donna W from Fort Walton Beach
Yes, hence the i after HD218. The remote was integrated in for IOS products.
- Answered by Brandon L
will this work with the ipad 3 for SKYPE calls?
- Asked by Dannie M from Tylertown
Yes. As long as you make sure the headphones are securely plugged in, you'll more than likely be abl Yes. As long as you make sure the headphones are securely plugged in, you'll more than likely be able to use the microphone for Skype calls. …
- Answered by Kevin B from Queen Creek
Does the mic work on the iPod nano 4th G for recording voice?
- Asked by Seth H from Beverly Hills
Yes, the mic works for voice recoding on the 4th generation iPod nano
- Answered by Malin H