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Sennheiser CX 3.00 In-Ear Canal Headphones - Red £25.00 @ Amazon (same price in Sainsbury's)

£25.00 @ Amazon
I spotted (and bought) these in Sainsbury's, then got home to find they're the same price on Amazon (or a penny cheaper for the black version). Just gave them a listen (Easy Street) and I think they…
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I spotted (and bought) these in Sainsbury's, then got home to find they're the same price on Amazon (or a penny cheaper for the black version).
Just gave them a listen (Easy Street) and I think they sound great.
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
better (deep bass ) are the CX 275S on ebay for £ 24.99

Edited By: r71w on Dec 13, 2016 20:54
#2
Totally outclassed by the MDR-EX650AP at the same price. Philips Fidelio S2 is only 44 at the moment on Amazon too, brilliant headphones for the price.
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dolanduck
Totally outclassed by the MDR-EX650AP at the same price. Philips Fidelio S2 is only 44 at the moment on Amazon too, brilliant headphones for the price.
Wow, those Fidelios seem like a real bargain. You should list them!
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only blue, but nice looking
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Kid_Sickarus
dolanduck
Totally outclassed by the MDR-EX650AP at the same price. Philips Fidelio S2 is only 44 at the moment on Amazon too, brilliant headphones for the price.
Wow, those Fidelios seem like a real bargain. You should list them!

Have done just now :D
Thought someone had already done so, but if you're on a strict budget of £25 then this and the Sony's are no brainers :D
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dolanduck
Kid_Sickarus
dolanduck
Totally outclassed by the MDR-EX650AP at the same price. Philips Fidelio S2 is only 44 at the moment on Amazon too, brilliant headphones for the price.
Wow, those Fidelios seem like a real bargain. You should list them!
Have done just now :D
Thought someone had already done so, but if you're on a strict budget of £25 then this and the Sony's are no brainers :D
I'm happy with my choice :)
#7
dolanduck
Totally outclassed by the MDR-EX650AP at the same price. Philips Fidelio S2 is only 44 at the moment on Amazon too, brilliant headphones for the price.
The upper value of the bands moving oo Rule Limits reaches 20kHz (is assumed that the upper bound heard by humans, but many people do not hear the Sound of Wielun reasons Already 16 kHz). Therefore Buying sound when the bandwidth is above 20-22 kHz IS triumph of form over content, unless someone is hearing the bat. But how loud they play headphones is audible and Sennheiser play louder.
#8
r71w
dolanduck
Totally outclassed by the MDR-EX650AP at the same price. Philips Fidelio S2 is only 44 at the moment on Amazon too, brilliant headphones for the price.
The upper value of the bands moving oo Rule Limits reaches 20kHz (is assumed that the upper bound heard by humans, but many people do not hear the Sound of Wielun reasons Already 16 kHz). Therefore Buying sound when the bandwidth is above 20-22 kHz IS triumph of form over content, unless someone is hearing the bat. But how loud they play headphones is audible and Sennheiser play louder.

This is mostly irrelevant. I already know of the range of human hearing. But different headphones have different sound quality, some headphones emphasise different frequencies and some remain neutral etc. Playing "louder" also is subjective and is more about sources. Sennheiser's are probably slightly easier to drive no doubt, but they're blown away by the Fidelio in terms of everything else for really not much more money. I am not saying this is a bad deal though, it's excellent especially if you are on a strict budget.
#9
I had these headphones and I know how to play (they have a great bass), the next I bought this SENNHEISER Momentum characteristics better price higher, but .... weaker bass and play too quiet . Volume is important when listening to music from your iPod, which by nature is quiet (low gain)


Edited By: r71w on Dec 13, 2016 22:10
#10
r71w
I had these headphones and I know how to play (they have a great bass), the next I bought this SENNHEISER Momentum characteristics better price higher, but .... weaker bass and play too quiet . Volume is important when listening to music from your iPod, which by nature is quiet (low gain)
If I hadn't found these I was after a pair of momentum in ear (I have the V1 over ears and love them). How would you rate them?
#11
Kid_Sickarus
r71w
I had these headphones and I know how to play (they have a great bass), the next I bought this SENNHEISER Momentum characteristics better price higher, but .... weaker bass and play too quiet . Volume is important when listening to music from your iPod, which by nature is quiet (low gain)
If I hadn't found these I was after a pair of momentum in ear (I have the V1 over ears and love them). How would you rate them?
I use headphones eight hours each day (at work), after 3 weeks of burst housing body of one of the handsets, headsets are very uncomfortable (body of the handset is too long), I can not recommend anyone with a clear conscience, I go back to use CX275S
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Also same price at Currys and John Lewis with free next day deliv. with Currys

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