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Sennheiser PXC450 Travel NoiseGard 2.0 Noise-Cancelling Headphones

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  • Provide optimum performance
  • Take your experience to the next level
  • Offer easy connectivity to various external players
  • Set design and circumaural ear coupling offer maximum comfort

Description
Surrender yourself to the world of pure music with the Sennheiser PXC450. Thanks to the frequency response of 8 - 28000 Hz with a passive attenuation of 32dB, these Sennheiser noise compensation headphones ensure optimum performance. The universal 3.5-mm connectors of these Sennheiser headphones offer easy connectivity to various external players. Moreover, the headband set design and circumaural ear coupling of these Sennheiser noise compensation headphones give you maximum comfort. The adaptive baffle damping and patented Duofol diaphragm technology of these Sennheiser headphones further take your experience to the next level. There is nothing that can stop you from connecting to your music as the Sennheiser PXC450 also features NoiseGard 2.0 active noise compensation.

 

Specification:
Brand: Sennheiser
Model: PXC450
Fit Design: Headband
Earpiece Design: Ear-Cup (Over the Ear)
Sensitivity : 108 dB
Frequency Response: 8 Hz - 28 kHz
Impedance: 150 ohms
Color: Silver
Features: Adjustable Headband, Closed Back, Foldable, Noise Cancellation, Volume Control
Connectivity Type: Wired
Noise Canceling: With Noise Cancellation
Noise Isolating: Without Noise Isolating
Plug Type: 3.5 mm

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Harry
Jun 15, 2013 2:18:26 PM
If you hate to carry your headphones everywhere, and want budget earbuds, this could be your best bet. As some reviews mentioned, there is some noise disturbance with the cables when you move, but since i use it often at my desk, i dont have any issues. The sound quality is good.
alvinston21
Jun 15, 2013 2:17:51 PM
Actually I order other model but they send me this one. Stated 'lucky on my title is because the one that I suppose to get is cheaper by 10 dollar compare to this one .. and I like the sound of this this earphone. Crystal clear. Just that the bass is not that powerful enough ..
Materials Engineer
Jun 15, 2013 2:17:27 PM
Very good product for a 37 USD headphones. It's performance almost same as SHURE SE215-CL, only a little poor for detail of bass sounds.
What I liked:
- Very compact
- Easy to insert ears
- Good material quality
- Very thin cords
- Very light
- Very comfortable when walking
- Acceptable noise reduction
- Practical pouch to open/close
- sound quality better than any Japanese brand headphones (below 30 USD) that I have, like Sony, Jvc and Panasonic

What I did not like;
- Cheapy looking Y-Connection
- Jack is too big
- Bass sound suppress other sounds after 90% volume
Jamie
Jun 15, 2013 2:17:00 PM
Don't get me wrong, if you're the type of person who can tell the difference between earbuds that cost $75 and earbuds that cost $150, you're not going to think these are the best speakers in the world. On the other hand, if you're the average consumer (like me) these earbuds sound amazing and at a great price. They blow the average earbuds from the "big box" stores out of the water. I would definitely recommend.
Justin Owens "grenadesandham"
Jun 15, 2013 2:16:35 PM
these are really good headphones for the purpose they were designed for which is portable sound at a low price. I had a couple pairs of regular CX-300 IIs that both just slowly deteriorated after 12-18 months and stopped working, but I really loved their sound quality and these looked a little more sturdy and a little better made than the regular CX 300 IIs. I dont really notice any difference in the bass from the regular ones and the sound quality seems to be pretty much identical, but im no audiophile. I only use these for walking around or working out so perfect sound isnt the biggest consideration, i have a big pair of over-the-ear headphones for listening at home. One thing i notice about these (and the regular CX-300 IIs) is when im running and getting really sweaty they dont stay in super well. i cant imagine any earbuds staying in very well under those conditions but the rubber inserts get a little slippery and just bounce out of place so you have to give them a little tap every few minutes.
M. Stern
Jun 15, 2013 2:16:01 PM
These headphones are great. This is my second pair. My first pair was eaten by a vacuum cleaner. They come with 3 different sizes of ear buds. They are comfortable and block ambient noise well. I wish the cord was just a little bit longer, but not a big deal. Buy with confidence. Sennheiser is a brand you can trust for quality audio.
Smart Shopper
Jun 15, 2013 2:15:37 PM
At the price point of under $50, these are excellent earphones. It's definitely a significant upgrade over the stock iPod/iPhone earphones. I was originally looking for a replacement for the CX380 that I used for running. These can definitely be used for working out as they don't fall out easily. The CX300 provide excellent noise isolation and won't bother other people with the usual spillover sound that comes from conventional earphones.
Patrick N
Jun 15, 2013 2:15:08 PM
Personally, I listen to about 150 songs in a day, making my listening device critical to how I receive my music. With this said, these headphones fall no where short of the best, they truly are amazing headphones, with my only complaint being the sizing of the cushions, I wish there were one or two more sizes, but that isn't a problem. There is no need to read a lengthy review, they are worth the money ($30)
BOR
Jun 15, 2013 2:14:14 PM
I just needed to buy new earphones so first thing I did I Googled the top ten brand to obtain an idea for what to get. I was not able to decide and just purchased three new: Sennheiser, Klipsch and Skullcandy. Earphones get damaged easily so I also have back up stock. I believe reviews on damages are pointless as if you are a power user they bound to wear out. The Klipsch is nice but I am missing the base for all the myth I expected more from them. I received the cx-300 few days later and it blows away anything I had before. I consider myself very particular about electronic products as I am an engineer and I also own high end audio products. The sennheiser is crisp and clear better than I was expecting. If you go with this product you will be satisfied and have the peace of mind that you own one of best quality out there. My Ipod earphones are not comparable in any way, they are just cheap accessory and if apple wanted to sell more products they should be shipped with sennheiser quality ear buds. As for Skullcandy I did not need to open because I so satisfied with the CX-300. It will remain a backup. Happy shopping!