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Cresyn C750E Sound- Isolating In-Ear Headphone Earbuds with Micro Max Transducer For Superior Sound (Black)

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  • Perfect companion for your iPod, MP3 player, laptop, portable DVD player, MD player, Radio, and other audio devices.
  • Fashionable and unique design provides you with high-intensity listening experience with crisp and clear sound.
  • Soft silicone ear buds provide a super comfortable, noise reducing fit. Three different sized earbuds (S,M,L) included to insure the perfect fit.
  • 3.9 feet of tangle-free cord is easily stores away in included carrying pouch for convenient storage.
  • Technical Details Type: Open Air, dynamic Driver Units: ř 16 mm Frequency Range: 12 - 22,000 Hz Impedance: 32 Sensitivity: 98 dB/mW
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Cresyn
  • Model: C750E
  • Color Name: BLACK

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.1 x 2.8 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001DO5EUS
  • Item model number: C750E
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 1, 2008

Product Description

Enjoy superior sound isolation with the ultra lightweight Cresyn C750E Sound Isolating earphones with Micro Max Transducer. These compact and comfortable earphones can reduce noise while the driver units produce powerful, full-bodied, crystal clear sound to fit your every music need.

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It sounds so spacious and absolute sound isolation.
Oik Kwon
Put on some Jack Johnson, Eagles, Diana Krall, even some old stuff (Beatles, Stones, etc.) and the Cresyns really do sound excellent.
Stuff Lover
If you do what I do, which is wrap them cord around the phone, find a different set of phones.
Max Harris

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Stuff Lover on August 23, 2009
Wow, what a surprise with these phones.

Pros: Excellent clarity, especially in the important midrange area, but also sweet highs and enough bass (though maybe not for bassheads). Great comfort, I could wear them for long periods, no problem. and they also have a very good cable.

Cons: I didn't care for the OEM tips much and tried a pair of the basic yellow Shure foamies I had sitting around, and those were a nice match. So count on getting some alternative tips, unless the stock tips work out for you.

Put on some Jack Johnson, Eagles, Diana Krall, even some old stuff (Beatles, Stones, etc.) and the Cresyns really do sound excellent. Then, I listened to some of the same tracks with the UM3X ($399 MSRP) and as expected, the Westones dominate the C750E. The Westones are really just a next level phone, but the two phones share some of the same characteristics. Smooth, forward mids, nicely integrated treble (not real sparkly, but it's not recessed either). The UM3X offers strong bass, just more of it, and much more part of the mix, but again, the C750E is no slouch.

So how do I find the Cresyns? I'd say they are among the top three $100 and under street price IEMs you can get (and I have tried out dozens), especially if you like acoustic music, vocals, jazz, etc., because they handle those genres and styles of music like a champ. I guess you could call them the poor man's (or woman's) UM3X, because they are cut from the same cloth, though the Westones are a clear step up.

Let me put it this way, if I were a poor college kid who could never get the scratch for the Westones or any other true top tier IEM ($300+), I would not be unhappy having the C750Es are my main IEM. And I will keep them with my collection as well, for on the go phones when I don't want to take out the Westones.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Daileda on August 22, 2009
What to expect:
- Smooth and detailed presentation that makes many genres of music sound beautiful
- Forward mids that put you front and center with the performers
- Treble that blends perfectly with the midrange
- Good soundstage width and depth for the price range and being a balanced armature headphone
- Bass impact is a little lite compared to many bass heavy headphones on the market today

This is a very good in ear headphone for the price if you like soft rock, vocal music, jazz, classical, easy listening, country, and many more genres that don't have massive amounts of bass. With bass boost the C750E can compete with other similarly priced in-ear headphones while maintaining the midrange and treble benefits. The weakness of this headphone is that it does not reverberate much with bass notes such as deep kettle drums or some hip hop for example.

All in-ear headphones require trial and error to get the best fit/tip combination with your ears, and this product is no different. While the included silicon tips work OK for me, using Shure PA910M Replacement Black Foam Sleeves (Medium) for Shure SE210, SE310, SE420, SE530 and SE530PTH Earphones improved the comfort level and ease of finding the perfect fit. For me, inserting these as deep as possible generated the best sound for me. It does take me a few days to get used to the fit of a new in-ear headphone, so take your time, you will be rewarded!

I have not heard an in-ear headphone in this price range that has as good of a balance between the midrange and treble, smoothness and detail, making for an extremely enjoyable experience. If you listen to the genres I listed above, I think you will be very happy with these headphones.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Oik Kwon on July 10, 2009
What a great earphone it is!!! I do not have any pain on my ear at all. It sounds so spacious and absolute sound isolation. People in Amazon do not need to buy expensive one, buy this C750E. This advice is from my pro-music experience. This item has 8 Hz ~ 27 KHz, it covers almost all w/ dynamic range. Good for all kinds of genres, classic to rap, Hip-Hop. There is no CONs at all for this price. Just buy this Superb Sound-out earphone. Never going to get regret. Rules.
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Got my Cresyn C750E and really liked them. Sound was good, comfort was good also.
After a couple months, they started doing this thing, where they would either play in one ear only or they would play very loudly, no matter what the volume setting was. I determined that there is a loose connection in the odd plug of the phones that had been made loose by my habit of wrapping the "cans" around the phone when not in use. Not happy that they have had such a short life as my phones. If you do what I do, which is wrap them cord around the phone, find a different set of phones. These will get messed up in relatively short order.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mary on May 6, 2011
I really loved the previous pair of Cresyn headphones that I bought. These are very uncomfortable, and the sound quality is poor. I only paid about $20 for the last pair, and unfortunately Cresyn doesn't make them any more.
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