Sennheiser CX 300-II Precision Noise-Insulating Headphones Review

Posted on Jul 9 2010 - 1:00pm by Richard Sharp

With so many high quality audio devices available these days it really is a shame to see any of the sound being lost due to poor quality or ill-fitting headphones. It seems ridiculous but I know some people who buy the cheapest headphones they can find to listen to music on expensive machines. Try a classy set like the Sennhesier CX 30-II Precision Noise-Insulating Headphones and you will hear the difference.

Design

Various clever touches help ensure a better fit. There are three sizes of ear adapter, namely S/M/L. I remember reading once that your ears are the only part of your body which never stop growing, so even if you use the S size just now I would hold onto the other ones just in case. There is also an asymmetrical cable. They also come in a variety of different colours.

Notable Specifications

The powerful bass-driven stereo sound should be enough to satisfy even the most demanding listeners. Try cranking up the volume and then playing it down real low to check out the range and quality of sound on offer.

You can use these headphones with your MP3, iPod, iPhone, portable games machines and CD players.

Summary

The name Sennhesier CX 30-II Precision Noise-Insulating Headphones says it all. They are headphones (technically they are ear canal phones I suppose) and they are noise insulating.

Buy from

Amazon | Play.com – £17.99 with free delivery

About the Author

Richard Sharp is the founder of gadgetsandgizmos.org. He loves technology, gadgets (comes with the territory) and social media. You'll find him writing features, attending events and playing with cool tech. Life's good.

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