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Sennheiser CX 300 WH
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Sennheiser CX 300 WH

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

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hubert-bassistehubert-bassiste

Sennheiser CX 300 WHPublished on 04/15/07 at 03:30
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2007-purchase
-Use the last 4 months, does not serve me a lot.
This is not the worst and it is not the top in-ear earphones.
Sennheiser is a registered serious but yet I find its not too dform.Pas trs prcis and other useful with a player if it is not too xigeant.
For résumé, I think they xagrent (I + ssay several brands, even the Beyerdynamic DTX-50 is not great for its price-is a Philips 20 as well and even better!): 50 70 uros for the "qualitquot, it's still a bit of flight !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
-I will not buy this award-l +!! This is abuse!
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tspoontspoon

Sennheiser CX 300 WHPublished on 07/23/07 at 04:17
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I bought this headphone dernirement. The shape of my ears does not allow me to use all the headphones, as many slide. The CX 300 perfaitement remains in the ear and also it comes with three games caoutchous sizes Different.
I find the sound quality fairly good condition with a good dynamic to use a low qualiseur as issued by the latter are impressive given the small size of the product. It insulates well from outside noise is almost that can become dangerous with traffic routire and can also be enjoyable in the transport (bb crying).
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Sennheiser CX 300 WHPublished on 10/16/08 at 06:49
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The Earphone left me lch of a sudden, I have to pull too much on the line ...

is Misr for a score when even a bit expensive and I had been not so long ago (just over a year)

if I shut trs happy every respect

edit:
I prcise info for the infra-ear headphones have a default quality and very special, it's true that a great isolates of the collection's outdoor, like ball-quis! but the return is that you hear everything going on the indoor (breathing, chewing, no noise when you walk down the street, everything is amplified to get used) and then biensr to be careful to noise because the sound will be directed (but very directly) in the ear is better to set a volume limit and rsister...…
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The Earphone left me lch of a sudden, I have to pull too much on the line ...

is Misr for a score when even a bit expensive and I had been not so long ago (just over a year)

if I shut trs happy every respect

edit:
I prcise info for the infra-ear headphones have a default quality and very special, it's true that a great isolates of the collection's outdoor, like ball-quis! but the return is that you hear everything going on the indoor (breathing, chewing, no noise when you walk down the street, everything is amplified to get used) and then biensr to be careful to noise because the sound will be directed (but very directly) in the ear is better to set a volume limit and rsister the temptation to increase when the environment collection outdoor is too noisy

consideration is that the sound is really good, especially the low

I bought a infra-auricular, but this time an AKG, the K324P, trs well as in its genre, not quite the same sound reproduction but overall it's comparable, I try to be more careful with (that is fragile these little bx;))
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Sennheiser
  • Model: CX 300 WH
  • Series: CX
  • Category: In-ear and ear-pads monitors
  • Added in our database on: 10/26/2006

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