Sennheiser CX 300 II Precision Noise Isolating Ear-canal Phones, Black

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Sennheiser CX 300 II Precision Noise Isolating Ear-canal Phones, Black

Sennheiser CX 300 II Precision Noise Isolating Ear-canal Phones, Black

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These are not the best headphones you can buy, but they are incredibly good value. With plenty of volume and a big, meaty sound, it looks like Sennheiser has another hit on its hands. Originally released in late 2008, Sennheiser's CX 300 II Precision earphones are some of the oldest models on the market from the CX Line, but continue to deliver in almost every aspect. For those looking for a high-performance pair of earphones within budget, these are certainly worth considering. Features & Sound CX 300-IIIn-ear headphones aren't exactly a sprawling canvas of endless aesthetic opportunity. They're tiny and their design will often go unnoticed. This is the case with the CX 300-IIs: they have solidly average aesthetic appeal. They certainly aren't ugly by any stretch, but there also isn't anything about them that's eye-catching. We do like the splash of color, however, which is why they got ever-so-slightly above a solid 5.00. Call quality remains succinct and accurate enough, with my voice registering clear and crisp. Specifications

The Sennheiser CX 300-II are a very popular budget model from Sennheiser that has an incredibly small size and that Sennheiser markets as an earbud with “powerful”“big bass response”; we will determine this after running our Sennheiser CX 300-II soundtests. The CX 300-IIs and Monster Turbines are comparable. They have about the same capabilities, although the CX 300-IIs are better in almost every quality. The CX 300-IIs also cost half what the Turbines cost. We're siding in favor of the Sennheisers. Design The sound that leaks out of the Sennheiser CX 300-II is more or less inline with many average earphones, this means that their sound will be heard by nearby people if you crank the volume a bit past a moderate level but will not be too disturbing under normal city situations.The only one of the comparison headphone sthat ended up coming close was the CX 95s, also by Sennheiser. Though the Turbines have a better aesthetic design, they do look a bit drab compared to the CX 300-IIs. The CX 300-IIs also have a more durable design. Compare the ear buds and plugs of the two headphones. The CX 300-II has better cord guards at the ear buds and a significantly better guard at the plug. Also, the plug is bent, which helps protect the internal wires better than a straight plug. Frequency Response

The CX 300-IIs have a better aesthetic if only because they include a splash of color. The CX 300-II also has better cord guards at the ear buds. Both headphones manage the plug well. Frequency Response In lieu of posting a few HATS pictures, we'll actually use text for this comparason . We apologize for any inconvenience we caused when we totally forgot to take HATS photos of the Shure SE420s. An EQ makes their highs very noticeably brighter, some extra detail is also resolved but not by a huge amount. Piercing highs still remain under control but sibiliance becomes stronger. A different approach can be taken regarding their high’s equalization, if you prefer you can aim your EQ to reduce sibilance instead of enhancing brightness and the Sennheiser CX 300-II will respond greatly with a very clear reduction of their sibilant vocals without taking out too much of their high’s brightness; if you want the ” EQ recipe”, just dial down frequencies near the 7 kHz and fine tune the nearby ones.

Really, there's not a lot to dislike about these headphones. They fit well, have good sound quality, seem durable, and cost less than they should. In-ears typically don't give users great access to their inner workings. The CX 300-IIs are in this boat. The only thing you can do to clean or maintain the headphones is to remove the sleeves for cleaning. Some in-ears come with cleaning tools, but the CX 300-IIs trust that you can provide such things. The SE420s have a somewhat weaker bass, but have a much more even kiel to their response curve. The SE420s also have a weaker high end. The winner here will be decided by personal preference. Distortion



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