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Sennheiser CX 300 In-Ear Headphones (Black) £14.99 delivered @ Play.com

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Sennheiser CX 300 In-Ear Headphones (Black) £14.99 delivered The CX 300 black are high-quality stereo ear-canal headphones with powerful, bass-driven stereo sound for listening 'on the move'. Ea…
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Sennheiser CX 300 In-Ear Headphones (Black) £14.99 delivered


The CX 300 black are high-quality stereo ear-canal headphones with powerful, bass-driven stereo sound for listening 'on the move'. Ear adapters in three different sizes ensure a perfect fit, high wearing comfort and an excellent attenuation of ambient noise. The CX 300 are ideal for use with MP3, CD, MD, or DVD players and many other portable devices.
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#1
personally not recomended if you love bass. but HOt because its cheap
#2
Got these recently and I'm quite pleased with them. I paid £18 so this is hot.
#3
These are excellent ear phones for the price, have them myself...Hot.
1 Like #4
vsab.101
personally not recomended if you love bass. but HOt because its cheap


These headphones rock imo, bass response is great maybe you didn't have the correct ear buds attached for your ears, need to jam them right in there or that's what I found.

However tried my partners creative ones out (EP-630) which look like this and couldn't really tell that much difference, maybe it's just my untrained ears though, but I would personally spend a little less and get the creative ones £7.99 delivered from Amazon
#5
These are indeed great headphones, but having just seen the pair that S_G recommends from Amazon, I think ill go for those instead :)

Heat added none the less! :D
#6
I've had two pairs (no problems , just lost the first pair) and I think that for the price they can't be beaten. Bass response is excellent (if , as previously mentioned you have the right size of earbuds).
#7
ive had these for a while - no complaints from me. A bargain
#8
Voted hot for me
#9
vsab.101
personally not recomended if you love bass. but HOt because its cheap


???

Sometimes when listening with them all I can hear is the bass!!!
1 Like #10
I've had a pair of these for 2 year they are fantastic block out all external noise. Not recommended for people who want to jog with them you can hear each step you take thundering through your head.
#11
I've got two of these in front of me that I got ages ago. Haven't they been around this price some where or other for years now?
#12
These are even cheaper at £12.47 via Playtrade!
#13
are there better than the cx500's
#14
So tempted!
Been meaning to get some for ages after my audiophillic (is that a word) friends have vouched at their fantastic sound quality.
banned#15
How do these compare to the Goldring GX200?
#16
best headphones i had
#17
CoffeMan
These are even cheaper at £12.47 via Playtrade!


Ahh... but are they genuine, lot of fakes about stick with the reputable suppliers.
banned#18
just bought a pair of these from amazon for 17 quid and i have to say i really was not impressed. they lack any sort of depth, though the bass does boom. currently looking into sending these back as i wanted something better than my 4 year old koss pair that have been through the washing machine. the cx300 didnt even come close. i bought the cx 300 as i had heard good things but am so disapointed.

just thought i'd point out these were definately not fakes.
#19
I have a pair myself and I think they are awesome. For genuine ones I think this price is amazing. A LOT of fakes about.
#20
LVX
How do these compare to the Goldring GX200?


I prefere the goldrings purely for the different tips they give you (the foam ones)
#21
Had these before I upgraded to the CX500's

Good headphone, not amazing. Get more than what you pay for IMO.

Good deal although I got my pair got £12 at Amazon.
#22
madkid88
are there better than the cx500's


What do you think?
#23
Quick question, are these really great at blocking external noise? I have a pair of sennheiser PX100 over ear headphones, and while I love them to bits and the sound is great, they do not block external noise which renders them practically useless on the tube, train or busy streets - fine if walking in a quiet area.

I figured I'd need to buy a pair of in-ears, as I need my music on the tube!
#24
vsab.101
personally not recomended if you love bass. but HOt because its cheap


I am quite amazed at this! For in ear style headphones, I think these have the best bass response I have heard yet! In my opinion, there are excellent if you love bass!:)
#25
CoffeMan
These are even cheaper at £12.47 via Playtrade!


Word of warning.

There are a lot of cheap fakes of these going around. They sound no where near as good as the originals!

I am not saying the ones on playtrade are fake, I am just warning people that there are fake ones out there
#26
Duckman
Quick question, are these really great at blocking external noise? I have a pair of sennheiser PX100 over ear headphones, and while I love them to bits and the sound is great, they do not block external noise which renders them practically useless on the tube, train or busy streets - fine if walking in a quiet area.

I figured I'd need to buy a pair of in-ears, as I need my music on the tube!


They seal out all external noise really well, providing you put in the right size of ear bud. They are perfect on the tube!
#27
Savage_Gizmo
These headphones rock imo, bass response is great maybe you didn't have the correct ear buds attached for your ears, need to jam them right in there or that's what I found.

However tried my partners creative ones out (EP-630) which look like this and couldn't really tell that much difference, maybe it's just my untrained ears though, but I would personally spend a little less and get the creative ones £7.99 delivered from Amazon


Although the Creative ones are VERY similar, they don't sound anywhere near as good as the Sennheisers.

I also have the Goldring GX200 but personally prefer the CX 300 just because they fit me better (the GX200's keep falling out) though both are excellent ear phones.
#28
These are great.. very universal and sound good on ipod's and phones.
I would say they're better than anything else <£60, and Ive tried the lot.!
#29
creative ones have better frequency range guys, which is what you should be looking out for

creative = low-to-high frequency response, from 6Hz - 23kHz.

seinheiser = low to high frequency response, from 18Hz - 21kHz

both are 16ohms impendance

personally id go for the creative at this kind of budget
#30
Although the creative's specs look better, I think thats the result of a little embelishment on their part.

The sennheissers are in my opinion, slightly better at reproducing the mids/highs than the creatives, but the difference is small enough for it to be potentially explained by batch-to-batch variation. If you *must* buy sennheiser, then this is about as cheap as you'll see from a reputable supplier (which avoids any chance of fakes) but I personally would save a few quid and take the creatives if I was re-buying.
#31
spheric
Although the creative's specs look better, I think thats the result of a little embelishment on their part.

The sennheissers are in my opinion, slightly better at reproducing the mids/highs than the creatives, but the difference is small enough for it to be potentially explained by batch-to-batch variation. If you *must* buy sennheiser, then this is about as cheap as you'll see from a reputable supplier (which avoids any chance of fakes) but I personally would save a few quid and take the creatives if I was re-buying.


dont really agree with that to be honest, well the embelishment part anyway:thumbsup:

i had been using creative mp3 player for years as the sound reproduction far outclassed the apple ipod range and most other mp3 players as well and at a decent price.

i see no need for creative to "embelish" the figures as they are pretty much ran around creating software/hardware for music and are specialists in said field, creating that sound enhancer thingy they use and such like... completely forgot what its called now?? lol

although i have upgraded to cowon products these days coz im a bit like that and my headphones are bose qc2 atm
#32
Always had a pair over the past 3 years, always get them from Amazon for £17, i'm on my 4th pair due to my pain in the **** cats.
#33
Been looking for a good deal on these, is playtrade safe and recommended, and can I still use discount codes with them?
#34
playtrade is similar to some of the outsourced amazon products and can be from anyone and anywhere.

if play are shipping them directly themselfs for £14.99 then go for it, My partner bought these in Tesco yesterday for £21

I think we priced them around a few places, and argos where looking something like £39.99 for similar.

we went for £21 at Tesco because whenever you check these headphones for reviews on google etc, there is many many warnings about fakes, think i even seen a site which had them for £7.50, shipped from China haha.

i'd highly recommend them after having a wee listen last night but definately from an offical source even if it means playing a little extra.
#35
casparwhite;5066386
creative ones have better frequency range guys, which is what you should be looking out for

creative = low-to-high frequency response, from 6Hz - 23kHz.

seinheiser = low to high frequency response, from 18Hz - 21kHz

both are 16ohms impendance

personally id go for the creative at this kind of budget


Frequency range claims are not a measure of sound quality :p
#36
casparwhite
creative ones have better frequency range guys, which is what you should be looking out for

creative = low-to-high frequency response, from 6Hz - 23kHz.

seinheiser = low to high frequency response, from 18Hz - 21kHz

both are 16ohms impendance

personally id go for the creative at this kind of budget


I think this is stretching the point somewhat. You can't hear 18Hz never mind 6Hz, and you can't hear 21KHz either, unless you're a K9!

An expert can correct me, but CD's themselves can only produce up to 22KHz?, and that's only theoretical, most music CD's simply don't contain frequencies that high.

Never mind that age and loud music will have already reduced your listening range significantly.
#37
In this price range, you may as well go for the Creative EP-630 from Amazon (£7.99) instead, as they're pretty much the same. The slight differences probably aren't worth it - I haven't really been able to tell a lot of difference. If you're going for sound quality, you'd want to spend more than £15 anyway.
#38
MBeeching
Frequency range claims are not a measure of sound quality :p


in this price range i would disagree

for audiophile phones correct
#39
bornagainst
I think this is stretching the point somewhat. You can't hear 18Hz never mind 6Hz, and you can't hear 21KHz either, unless you're a K9!

An expert can correct me, but CD's themselves can only produce up to 22KHz?, and that's only theoretical, most music CD's simply don't contain frequencies that high.

Never mind that age and loud music will have already reduced your listening range significantly.


ok mate:whistling:
#40
Using mine as I type, I've had them for years (maybe 3 or 4) and they're still as good as the day I bought them. I had a pair of Sony something or other before that, they cost in excess of £30, broke within a month and didn't sound anywhere near as good as these Sennheisers anyway.

I'd recommend these to anyone. In fact, I have on many occasions.

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