Sennheiser CX 300 II Precision Noise Isolating Ear-canal Phones, Black
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SOUND Overall Impressions: Bountiful lows, good detail for the price, versatile sound signature. Lows
Sennheiser CX 300 II Precision Noise Isolating Ear-canal
The Sennheiser CX 3.00 are almost the perfect entry-level earphones. They’re incredibly light and comfortable, and just easy to get on with. However, they’re very bass-heavy, so only really for casual listening unless you’re seriously into low frequencies. Their price needs to drop a little, too. Remember I am not comparing the cx-300-ii to a high end model, I'm comparing it to the old model cx-300 - my friend has the old model. Im rating the sound within the budget price range.You might find yourself thinking that in an increasingly wireless world Bluetooth headphones have completely taken over the market, and you wouldn’t be totally wrong. However, despite everything now becoming wireless, you’d be surprised how popular the trusty wired headphone is. With that, I’m here to talk about a little something from headphone behemoth Sennheiser, with their CX300S in-ear wired headphones. If you're looking for an affordable, decent-sounding pair of earbuds, start with the Sennheiser CX 300. Sennheiser's first in-ear design sounds like a winner to us. But let’s be clear, these are a huge upgrade over most in-the-box earphones and they’re specifically aimed at those who like their bass – in that regard they live up to their billing.
Sennheiser CX 300-II review | TechRadar
Vocals and instrumentation both benefit from this clean and precise presentation. Slightly forward leaning, the mids in the CX 300S offer a refreshing alternative to a v-shaped sound profile. The result is an ample and full sound that seems equally well suited to any genre – but one that abounds with an impressive amount of resolution for the price. High EndFeaturing a fairly run-of-the-mill earbud design, the housings feature a slight angle, allowing for an ergonomic and comfortable fit. Honestly, I could wear these all day without feeling a thing, and the sound definitely merits that consideration.