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Sennheiser CX300 II Precision ECO Headphones (Black) - just £13.49 @ Play!

£13.49 @ Play.Com
The CX 300-II Eco has the same features, spec and accessories as the CX 300-II - and is supplied in recycled packaging. The 300s are an extremely popular upgrades for MP3 players due to their excellen… Read More
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[mod] 7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
The CX 300-II Eco has the same features, spec and accessories as the CX 300-II - and is supplied in recycled packaging. The 300s are an extremely popular upgrades for MP3 players due to their excellent bass-driven sound and very affordable price Winner of multiple awards; the bass delivery is rousing and full-bodied - the mid-range and treble is clear and detailed. The minimal sound leakage is also important for considerate travellers, but allows you to safely hear the sound of traffic as you cross the road. Well-fitted ear canals also improve clarity at lower volumes, reducing any chance of hearing loss or damage. Supplied with a handy carry pouch. Sennheiser are now the no.1 brand for headphones in the UK.

# Ear-canal design
# Noise-isolating: earplug style fit
# Converient carry pouch and ear adaptors in different sizes included
# Frequency response: 19 to 21000 Hz
# Impedance: 16 ohms
# Sound pressure level: 113 dB
# Connection: 3.5 mm angled plug, gold-plated
# Cable: 1.2 m, asymmetrical cable
# Weight: 11 g
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Key Features:

# In simple terms, Britain's best-selling headphones!
# Truly outstanding bass - due to ear-canal design and snug fit
# Good degree of noise-blocking - but does not entirely shut off the outside world
# Secure, custom fit, with multiple ear adaptors - so your music stays secure
# 2-year manufacturer's warranty

Secure but comfortable
Customise your earphones. Soft silicone rubber sleeves in three different sizes allow you to choose the most comfortable fit for your ears. Everyone's ears are of a different shape. They can be played at a reasonable volume without disturbing your neighbours, yet allow you to hear some background noise so that you are not totally isolated.

Upgrade your sound
You will be amazed at the difference in sound quality from the supplied music player earbuds. The player will only sound as good as the headphones that are plugged into it and these Sennheisers' easily outsell any others in Europe. The sound quality is clear and incisive, with a bass emphasis as well as a good treble extension.

Unique, eco-friendly headphone packaging
Help reduce the amount of packaging that goes into landfill. This pioneering design uses recycled paper and does not contain any plastic or adhesive.
#2
I got the Mk 1 versions; best in-ear phones I have ever used.
#3
As above, excellent Ear-phones in my opinion :-)

Good spot, Heat added...
#4
I got the cx500's last week which are great, These are bound to be just as good :)
#5
Spotted this just in time, I was about to head to amazon to get these after I saw on here the deal posted last week!

H+R millarcat - thanks! :)
#6
they're £13.99 from amazon
#7
MatchDancer;6246384
they're £13.99 from amazon

u sure? :thinking:
#8
BARGAIN. Well spotted.
#9
rodman;6246496
u sure? :thinking:



Looks like it - Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.co.uk
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sennheiser-CX-300-II-Precision-Noise-Isolating/dp/B001EZYMTK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1252495205&sr=8-1

If you feel like spending 50p more and getting no Quidco it's definitely an option :)
#10
MBeeching
Looks like it - Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.co.uk
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sennheiser-CX-300-II-Precision-Noise-Isolating/dp/B001EZYMTK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1252495205&sr=8-1

If you feel like spending 50p more and getting no Quidco it's definitely an option :)


Just cancelled my Amazon order that had been awaiting stock the last time these came up as a hotukdeal for £13.99. Many thanks millarcat for the post and you made me 50p richer - or £13.49 poorer dependent upon which way you look at it!! :thumbsup:
#11
Got these, the headphone jack is a little weird but they sound amazing.
#12
I acually use these upside down, they sound better that way for me!

(if you don't understand what I mean, feel free to ask...)
#13
adsldave
I got the cx500's last week which are great, These are bound to be just as good :)


yeah, CX500 are better, but this is still a good deal.
#14
Dude1971
I acually use these upside down, they sound better that way for me!

(if you don't understand what I mean, feel free to ask...)


Why on earth would you want to stand on your head to listen to music?... :-D
#15
Dude1971;6246819
I acually use these upside down, they sound better that way for me!

(if you don't understand what I mean, feel free to ask...)


Ahh, with the wires looped up over the ears (similar to how I wear my Shure's I assume?) Odd at first but I actually prefer it now.
#16
This is normally the time when someone puts a reply up saying how poor Sennheiser phones are and anyone who likes them knows nothing . Well i have a pair and they sound pretty good to me :thumbsup:
#17
I bought some of these a few weeks ago, stupid expensive packaging and (IMHO) lousy sound quality and extremely uncomfortable to use. So I went to Argos and bought some Sony earphones at half the price, much better sound quality and way more comfortable.

Each to their own I guess.
#18
my old shures ( the cheapest ones £50 odd ) are falling apart. anyone can compare the two?

i dont really wanna drop in quality too much even at this price
#19
MBeeching
Ahh, with the wires looped up over the ears (similar to how I wear my Shure's I assume?) Odd at first but I actually prefer it now.


My Shure's lasted less than 18 months using the recommended round the ear method. They snapped in exactly the same place on both earbuds.

I now have CX500s and I wouldnt go as far as saying they are better but they seem to be far less likely to break on me.
#20
splinters
I got the Mk 1 versions; best in-ear phones I have ever used.


EXACTLY i owned / studied Grado's, Goldrings, Beyerdynamic, Shure and even the supposedly better Sennheiser cx400 & 500's all of which cost more and some way more and as an overall musical delivery/ message these ear phones cant be touched:thumbsup:
#21
Sennheiser CX500 Headphones (White) - £15.99 (inc. del) @ Play.com
#22
MBeeching
Ahh, with the wires looped up over the ears (similar to how I wear my Shure's I assume?) Odd at first but I actually prefer it now.
So i assume these are the dreaded J cable asymmetrical type design (one cable longer than than the other) so the left cable kept "pulling" and coming out of your ear?
hence you using the looping method?

If the CX300s are J cable...

then its a no no for me....

i will stick to earphones with the good ole Y cable design!
#23
Thanks just ordered a pair, been looking for some headphone for months :-D
#24
Can't use the play RAC discount code though
#25
Oh and don't forgot Quidco or Topcashback ;)
#26
Just ordered now, I'll vote when they are delivered if they are good quality or not.
#27
So the million dollar question....are the CX500 worth the extra few pounds? Or stick with the CX300 (as I want to buy a pair but can't decide which ones to choose)
#28
MBeeching;6247088
Ahh, with the wires looped up over the ears (similar to how I wear my Shure's I assume?) Odd at first but I actually prefer it now.


Yes, I find it insulated the external noise out better and made the base a bit deeper.

Looks odd, but what do I care ;-)
#29
Could anyone answer this question? will it be worth the extra 40 quid to get a cheap shure?

if you have time, I am also going to buy a pair cheap speakers (£100-200 )

should I go for the JBL soundsticker II or the Wharfedale 9 or 10 here a while ago?:santa:

many thanks
#30
Said it before and ill say it again, try the CL 640's..... use them before the burn then after to appreciate the quality!
#31
Ev0lution;6247402
My Shure's lasted less than 18 months using the recommended round the ear method. They snapped in exactly the same place on both earbuds.


Don't scare me, my 530's cost over £200 :)


Kezzie;6248056
So i assume these are the dreaded J cable asymmetrical type design (one cable longer than than the other) so the left cable kept "pulling" and coming out of your ear?
hence you using the looping method?


No, they're actually a Y cable. Over the ear is the correct way to wear the Shure 530's.
#32
Beware - box does not fit through standard letter box
#33
£15 now.
#34
Very good deal, I paid £15 for some naff sony ericsson headset which were very poor quality and within a couple of weeks the wire had snapped. I got these CX300 in the post today very nicely packaged and the quality is amazing, sounds like your in a isolation booth listening to music. Voted Hot
#35
Just tried these today and have to say very impressed, very good sound and bass. Had to use the small ear plugs and feels strange to start with :thumbsup: Now voted HOT
#36
Got mine today too, and agree completely with pinkstacey. I see they have gone up tp £14.99 now, but still worth the money IMO.

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