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Sennheiser CX150 Noise Attenuation Earbuds (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

3.7 out of 5 stars 85 customer reviews

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  • Innovative Design For Enhanced Grip And Easy Fit
  • Comfortable Ear-Canal Phones With Bass-Driven Sound
  • Finger-Contoured Design Of Ear-Canal Phones Allows For Easy Adjustment And Optimal Wearing Comfort
  • Bass-Driven Stereo Sound With Good Attenuation Of Ambient Noise, The New Sennheiser Cx150
  • Frequency Response - 20-20000Hz Impedance
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  • Noise-Cancelling-Feature

Product Description

Innovative design for enhanced grip and easy fit, Comfortable ear-canal phones with bass-driven sound. Finger-contoured design of ear-canal phones allows for easy adjustment and optimal wearing comfort. Bass-driven stereo sound with good attenuation of ambient noise, the new Sennheiser CX150, will take you beyond the realms of sound...

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Technical Details

Part Number 4044155053753
Item Weight 1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 7.7 x 3.9 x 1 inches
Item model number 504253
Size ..Stereo
Color other
Item Package Quantity 1
Special Features Noise-Cancelling-Feature
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No

Additional Information

ASIN B002YO8WRI
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3.7 out of 5 stars 85 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,522 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Cell Phone Accessories > Corded Headsets
#254,171 in Electronics > Cell Phones & Accessories
Shipping Weight 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available October 22, 2009

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I've been through a lot of headphones in my life, and I would consider myself an audiophile. I've owned cheap, $10 earbuds and $100-plus earbuds. Anyone who truly appreciates audio quality knows that a good sounding set of headphones cannot rely on bass alone, which is the path ahead lot of headphone makers try to take when charging more for "premium" earbuds, usually sacrificing treble and midrange in the process. However, crisp highs alone - which other high-dollar headphones try to get away with offering - also do not create an enjoyable sound field.

The Sennheiser CX 150s are without a doubt the best sounding earbuds I've ever tried. What they give you is tight and punchy bass (no boominess here, so if you're the type of person who drives down the street sounding like it's almost going to fall apart because of the excessive bass pumping out of the speakers, you'll probably be let down), exceptionally clear treble tones, and acceptable midrange performance. Unless you can manually EQ your player, audiophiles *might* be slightly disappointed with the reproduction of midrange tones here.

However, if you're a discerning listener, you also know how difficult it is to find a set that manages all areas of the spectrum well and with this in mind, you'll be stunned with how well these perform in practice, and at a budget price, no less. All genres are handled well here, especially classical (surprisingly) and metal, whose distorted guitars and cymbal-and-snare heavy drum attack often blend into a muddy mess on most earbuds.
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As well as the being only brand of earbuds that fit comfortably in my ears, which do not get a broken connection over time from being constantly pushed into and pulled out of a pocket, and doing their main job of producing quality sound, I need to point out what I found out today: the CX 150 can survive the washing machine with absolutely no ill effects.
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First and foremost, I've written around 3 reviews of products that I can remember. Reason being is that typically I'm never so blown away by something that I feel the need to write about it. However after purchasing and listening to these earbuds for less than 5 minutes, I felt compelled to. I am what you would consider and "audiophile". Always very picky about the smallest things when it comes to audio. After much searching and purchasing, I almost gave up on the search for what I considered to be the best earbuds for price and sound. To name a few I've purchased (and returned most) the Skull Candy 50/50's, Klipsch's S4i's, Bose's ie2's, multiple Sony earbuds, and Urbeats by Beats (speaking of Beats, talk about the most overrated garbage on the market). Until I stopped by a FYE shop at the mall and found these. I had owned a pair of Sennheiser's in the past but lost them with my ipod during my 1st deployment to Iraq and basically forgot about their quality. After listening to these earbuds it seemed like my love for music had returned. I heard new things on songs that I've listened to 100 times. The balance between treble, bass, mids, highs, lows, everything is unbelievable. Also, I'm a guy that loves bass in my headphones and these don't disappoint. As said in another review I've read, if you're looking for an earbud to blow your eardrums out bass wise, these won't do that, go ahead and buy some cheap Skull Candy's for that. What makes this all great is the price. $20??? I would pay $200 for these. The one and only complaint I have, and I can't really have it because I knew it before I bought them, is no volume control on the cord. Other than that, the cord has awesome length, the earbuds themselves are light and comfortable.Read more ›
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I bought these earphones at a closeout sale. The price I paid was two sawbucks (look it up). At this price, these earphones are an incredible value. They have very light weight, comfortable in-ear drivers, and the sound quality is very good, if not excellent. While shopping for noise isolating earphones, I've bought and brought back 5 pair of phones including models by Shure, and Etymotic. While those models sound great, they are uncomfortable, and have to be readjusted often. These buds stay in the ear, and rarely have to be repositioned, even when I'm running. The only complaints I have are: Because of how loud they are, I wish they had a volume control; The cord makes noise when rubbing on my clothes. The cord noise is the main reason I didn't give them a 5 star review. It can be very annoying when moving, which I almost always am. I don't use earbuds when I'm sitting around listenening to music unless I'm in a noisy environment. Most of the time I use them is when I'm working out, and for this purpose they can be very noisy.

The noisy cord asside, they are definitely worth twenty, I mean two sawbucks at f.or y.our e.ntertainment
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