Summary: Sound great, can't expect more from an in-ear headphone... but they're so badly constructed that mine's broke after 2 months. Cheap plastic everywhere and a connector that broke after 1 week. This headphones are a scam.
Summary: I first purchased these because I wanted something good to use. Everyday travelling to and from school/work would take me about 3 hours (round trip); so having good quality IEMs that isolated me from the noisy bus and other distractions was something I wanted to have.
Pros: Defined Bass. Punchy, very present, not overpowering. Great lows and mids. Clarity is amazing for its class. Amazing isolation.
Cons: Some of the highs can be distorted at times.
Summary: I've heard good thing about sennheiser,well those one are definitely are not the one to get!!
Although the bass is great and very punchy,the high's are all messed up and very annoying,and so are the mid's.
If you gonna listen to techno,dance,trance,this are the right for you,otherwise,SKIP IT!!
Pros: great bass,light and easy on the ears.wide sound stage.
Cons: annoying high tones.mediocre overall sound quality
Summary: I got a gift card to this store and the only worthwhile earbuds they sold were these (others being some $10 really uncomfy looking Sony and Philips ones). I knew these are widely loathed, atleast among the elitists in 4chan.
Pros: asymmetric cord, fit, portability, very durable, isolates well, quantity of bass...
Cons: ...quality of bass, high extension rolls off and sound distant, muddy, picks interference from static electricity
Conclusion: I don’t think for the price you can get any better and for that reason it gets the Editors Choice Award. The Sennheiser CX 300-II just sounds balanced throughout the ranges and offers a high level of detail. It offers excellent sound, excellent comfort and it is affordable.
Pros: Balanced sound, Soft pouch, Maximum comfort, Effective noise isolation
Cons: Can hear cord dangle around, Should include a brush for maintenance purposes, They can look boring to some
Conclusion: Given the weighty sound of the CX300’s they’re well suited to rock and dance, but they impart a warmth that is also good with jazz. But that’s not to say they’re not detailed as they unearth parts of the music some other headphones can obscure. But most important of all, they make music fun.
Pros: Nothing of note
Cons: Excellent value for money, Warm yet detailed sound, Decent sound isolation, Comfortable fit
Sennheiser CX 300 Pink and CX 300-II Precision Black
21 September 2009
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Pros: High Quality dynamic Speaker system, Bass driven stereo sound, Excellent Attenuation of Ambient noise, Compatible with MP3, CD, DVD and Portable game systems, Three Ear adapters, Symmetrical cable