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Sennheiser CX 300

In-ear or ear-Pad monitor from Sennheiser belonging to the CX series

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Published on 11/21/09 at 09:44
I bought a week ago following the failure of my old earphones Sony MDR-EX71. Purchased at € 49.90 Boulanger. It provides very good sound quality with bass as powerful and accurate sound rather crystalline but not garish. This headset does not belie its functionality noise outside, it isolates us very noisy (Mind the traffic when you walk or ride your bike in the street anyway). Small flat, the headphones do not have separation jack / jack 3,5 mm with a spigot on one side and female on the other, not very handy when listening to music from a Sony Ericsson phone with connecting headphones are not in standard 3.5 mm. So with this phone you end up with a cable network spanning almost 2m! But hey it's mostly the fault of Sony Ericsson.
So in conclusion despite the price I found a little high for my budget at the start, this little wonder has convinced me so much by the power of his bass by its sound quality is very respectable for its price which is finally attractive! ( ../../../sony/MDR-EX71/membres/a.deleteProduct,u.281367.html?token=9ad4a5d8974ce84e4c339936073c1b2b ) ( ../../../sony/MDR-EX71/ )
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