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Looking as classy as they sound, the Sennheiser CX 880 in-ear headphones offer lifelike sound quality and a custom fit that feels like they were made for your ears. Co-designed with BMW DesignWorksUSA, the CX 880 provides aggressive noise blocking thanks to its close-fitting ergonomic design, which also channels cabling away from your ear.
These ear-canal, noise-isolating headphones use a dynamic speaker and a specially tuned transducer that reproduces a transparent, clear audible image. And you can keep your audio player in your pocket and still control playback volume with the included in-line rotary volume adjuster. The cleaning tool and ear-debris-guards protect your investment, while the included carrying case makes it easy to bring along wherever you roam.
Headphones, ear adapter set (S, M, L), cable clip, ear debris guards, storage pouch, cleaning tool
Optimized for MP3, iPod, iPhone (iPod and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc. registered in the U.S. and other countries), and portable media players.
The Sennheiser CX 880 is covered by a 2-year warranty with the backing of Sennheiser's worldwide service network.
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People collect all types of things for different reasons and as a headphone audio junkie I can say that I didn't experience anything special with these Earbuds. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jordan O. James
Purchased February 2012, and like clockwork, the right earbud stopped transmitting any sound in October 2014. Read morePublished 7 months ago by N. Champion
I've been using this earbuds for a more than 6 months. the details are good but the bass sounds awful. You can't feel the power the drum even if comparing to the apple earpod.Published 11 months ago by Houze Ying
I bought these refurbished for around $40, which i thought was a steal. They sound pretty good, my only note is that the right but sometimes loses sound. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Gregory M. Hirsch