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Sennheiser CX 475 Premium Earbuds Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

4.2 out of 5 stars 92 customer reviews
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  • Premium In-Ear noise blocking headphone with massive bass
  • Completely customized fit via the supplied soft silicone ear adapters (hypo-allergenic, S/M/L)
  • Unique combination of ear-plug and hi-fi speaker combats noise pollution
  • Works with all 1/8-Inch (3.5mm) headphone plugs including smartphones
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Technical Details

Size: Stereo | Color: Black
  • tangle-free-cord

Product Description

Size: Stereo | Color: Black

The CX 475 hits the streets with the premium style, flair and sound quality you expect from Sennheiser. Hitting hard without sacrificing detail or treble response, the CX 475 packs massive bass response in a compact size. So compact that it AND an iPod Nano can fit in the included pouch to prevent tangles.The unique combination of ear-plug and hi-fidelity speaker combat noise pollution so you can listen at a safer level and hear the best solo's, hardest beats and incredible sound effects.The ultra-wide frequency response covers the entire range of human hearing to ensure that you take in as much music as you humanly can. Step up to the CX 475 and step into the music experience only Sennheiser can provide.

Product Information

Size:Stereo  |  Color:Black

Technical Details

Part Number CX 475
Item Weight 0.8 ounces
Product Dimensions 7.1 x 1.4 x 2.8 inches
Item model number CX 475
Size Stereo
Color Black
Item Package Quantity 1
Special Features tangle-free-cord
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description 2yrs

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ASIN B005QXAAOC
Customer Reviews
4.2 out of 5 stars 92 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,278 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Cell Phone Accessories > Corded Headsets
#101,353 in Electronics > Cell Phones & Accessories
Shipping Weight 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available October 1, 2011

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By Grant Porter on December 23, 2011
Size: StereoColor: Black
These are very light, ultra comfortable, and sound GREAT! I have been a big fan of Sennheiser products for quite a while, and these earbuds definitely have the quality I have come to expect from them. The bass is good if you use the proper size gels. At first, I put on the smaller size and they didn't form a proper seal with my ears. This caused the lower end of the spectrum to be almost completely non-existent. I swapped them out with the largest size and that made a world of difference. These are truly full-range and have a crisp "non-tinny" sound to them. They are so light, you can barely tell you have them in, and they won't break the bank. Highly recommended! Just make sure you try all the seals to find the right size for your ears (these come with three different sizes).
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Size: StereoColor: Black
At first when I got them, I thought the bass was very lacking for something marketed to have "Massive Bass." They have dynamic drivers which benefits from burning in. After I burned them in, the bass was hitting very hard, very fast and extends deep. Deeper than my CX880 and CX500. I can confidently say that the bass is better than the Beats by Dre Tours.

The sound stage is better than most in ear monitors (IEM) because it has an open design. A good sound stage is great for live music recordings and instrumentals, unfortunately these headphones are not that good for those genres because they have a heavy bass bias. The CX475s are great for EDM, trance, house, dubstep, rap, hiphop etc, which ironically does not need much sound stage to begin with. The open design is also a double edged sword since they leak sound and does not isolate as well as closed headphones. While the sound leakage is not intrusive enough in the gym or if you are running outside, it is not a good idea to use them in the library or on the airplane.

In conclusion, if you are a bass head, they offer GREAT bass for the price (If you can get them for 10-20 dollars). On the other hand if you listen to a lot of soft rock, alternative, jazz, classical then you should not get these because they lack balance.
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Size: StereoColor: Black Verified Purchase
This is my third time purchasing these headphones, but the second pair for myself. I somehow managed to lose the first ones somewhere between work and home. This review will cover the first and second pairs, for purposes of comparing and contrasting.

FIRST PAIR IMPRESSIONS:
Pros:
Perfect fit for my hard to please, weird ear canals
Very shallow profile, so the don't protrude far from the ears, so with a soft pillow, you can lie down with them in
Sound was full and weighty
Very detailed but gentle highs
Bass was strong and authoritative

Cons:
With some bass heavy content the low end could get a little fatiguing, requiring some EQ
The cable has the dreaded stethoscope effect
I'm not sure I like the angled connector; it seems like a mechanical stress point

The first set had a great sound. These were my first IEMs (in ear monitors) and I was coming from a pair of Sennheiser earbuds, so this was my first time experiencing decent bass response without full size cans. I don't play music loudly in my ears, but these phones can play loud and clear, and the lows, mids, and highs never seemed strained or shouty. If you listen to any bass heavy music, be prepared for the extreme low end to rattle your ear canals. This did cause some fatigue, but a little bit of negative EQ in the lower registers smoothed it out. The phones come with three sizes of ear tips, which are very soft and pliable, so they are extremely comfortable, and easy to remove for washing. The cord is very thin, which may be cause for alarm, but I never had an issue and I've been very clumsy when wearing these b/c it usually means I'm cleaning up so they were constantly getting caught on something. One thing I'm still not too keen on is the right angle connect.
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Size: StereoColor: Black Verified Purchase
Pros: my most awesome set of in-ear buds ever.

Cons: Died after 6 months. It's not like one channel went wonky or anything, or that they went silent or crackly. Just, one day it started sounding like speakers wired out of phase. Echoing; one track clearly "missing", but the same volume level in both ears. Bass just GONE. WTF? I've been buying buds for 10 years - I know they don't last forever, but I think a 6 month lifespan is a bit much to swallow. I treated them no worse than the portable music player I used with them (They went everywhere together!).
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Size: StereoColor: Black Verified Purchase
Sennheiser discontinued these, and I wonder if it was because they just don't last. We bought a pair in July and by September had to replace them. They're not cheap, so we went with the SoundMAGIC E10 model. Best purchase we've made on earbuds!
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They're Sennheiser and they stay true to the brand in terms of audio integrity. I need a pair of headphones to wear daily to beat up a little bit, so I wasn't looking for an audiophile set, especially since there really are none at this price point. The bass is a little high for my tastes and the treble is hardly ever tinny. It's got three different sizes to ensure a good fit, but the default worked just fine for me. One thing I will dock it for is build quality. I know, I know, almost everything breaks if you abuse it, but my first set shorted out after about 6 months time. Considering they were $40 or so, I wasn't too upset. Honestly I'm shocked I didn't lose them first. I think I may have finally learned my lesson about wrapping them too tightly and stressing the cord. Don't do it, kids.
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