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Before the cold squad start a party on this please take a look at prices elsewhere. Typically this retails for between (cheapest I can find) £138.75 (Amazon) and £229 (Sound&Vision); so these are a fantastic bargain.

The PXC 350 is a circumaural high-end travel headphone set with NoiseGard Advance technology for active attenuation of ambient noise.

The PXC 350 enables an unprecedented sound experience for people on the move, thanks to its adaptive baffle damping in combination with the patented Duofol diaphragms, which prevent unwanted partial oscillation and thus guarantee a highly natural, lifelike sound quality.

NoiseGard is an active noise compensation system which Sennheiser originally developed for use by pilots, who have to rely on good sound quality and efficient protection against ambient noise even in high-noise environments. NoiseGard actively compensates the noise, based on the physics principle of sound and counter-sound.

The PXC 350 features the NoiseGard Advance technology. This technology is a further development of the filter functions used in the original NoiseGard system, and enables even better active attenuation of ambient noise of up to 85%. It is of course also possible to use these headphones passively, i.e. without NoiseGard and without batteries.

The PXC 350 is foldable and is supplied complete with a practical transport case, 2 AAA batteries and audio adaptors (double mono and 6.3mm). Volume control integrated in the single-sided cable, which is detachable and replaceable, ensure maximum convenience for the user.
Audiophile sound experience on the move: outstanding sound quality thanks to adaptive baffle damping and patented Duofol diaphragm technology
NoiseGard Advance active noise compensation provides optimum protection against ambient noise
Comfortable fit and high levels of passive ambient noise attenuation thanks to circumaural ear pads and padded headband made of top quality materials
Practical volume control integrated in the cable
Ideal for people on the move: comfortable. sturdy and foldable headphone design
Audio transmission always works- even in passive mode without the batteries
Ideal for use with in-flight entertainment systems, MP3 players and all other portable and stationary audio equipment
Top quality materials and replaceable ear pads and cable for long service life
Comes with full accessories: transport case, 2 audio adaptors (in-flight entertainment and 6.3 mm), batteries
Cable length: 1.4m
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#1
Thanks Just had a look and I think I will order a set:thumbsup:
#2
Great price, I paid around 110 pounds for this last year.

Pros: Very clean and detailed sound. Used it on several long flights and train journeys, calm and soothing.

Cons: You don't really get 100% isolation. Not the best headphones for bass-heads who want to feel every thump.
#3
Sennheiser are second to none, I love em. I bought my first pair 20 years ago with my first ever weeks wage. . Loved em ever since. People called me mad then . . but you get what you pay for . . . Nice price.
#4
smoggieboon
Sennheiser are second to none, I love em. I bought my first pair 20 years ago with my first ever weeks wage. . Loved em ever since. People called me mad then . . but you get what you pay for . . . Nice price.


Bose? :whistling:
#5
toonarmani
Bose? :whistling:


If you are into your audio, and frequent any of the forums, you'll find that Bose is generaly though of as over priced/marketed "average quality" gear.
banned#6
Cold, fall apart within a couple of days.
#7
ivote_cold
Cold, fall apart within a couple of days.


Just clicked to see your other posts... and I guessed right! Ok, you made me chuckle despite myself, but really... :roll:
#8
I've never been a believer in expensive headphones. I always thought they're over-priced.

However, after buying my first Sennheiser headphones, the HD-202 that was posted on this forum for £15 from Amazon, I'm truly impressed and I am a believer now.

I still wouldn't pay £80+ for headphones though, but don't worry I won't vote cold ;-)
banned#9
toonarmani
Bose? :whistling:


Better Off with Something Else
#10
In my opinion still overpriced....but good find
#11
bose r ace. got it in the car. seinnheiser r good too, got the earphones from play @£16.99 but £90 ahh dont think so!!!
#12
If you have something good enough to run them with, bit over the top for most portable kit. Good price, good deal.
#13
Got the PC350 version of these, the ones for gaming with a mic. They are okay, but for the asking price i would look at Senn HD models, much better sound.

Sennheiser make great headphones. Thier current HD800 blow away anything that bose has. They make alot of models, you just have to choose a model that suits your needs.
#14
leesandra
bose r ace. got it in the car. seinnheiser r good too, got the earphones from play @£16.99 but £90 ahh dont think so!!!


ummm your shocked by £90 senns.....have you seen Bose prices....sorry to break the news to you but Bose will never produce a £16.99 headphone. BOSE is the rich people brand....bling bling, little substance
#15
sshomza
ummm your shocked by £90 senns.....have you seen Bose prices....sorry to break the news to you but Bose will never produce a £16.99 headphone. BOSE is the rich people brand....bling bling, little substance

No u read it wrong.
i have bose sound system in the car which sounds ace. sennheiser r good too just £90 for headphones is abit much
#16
Bought a pair of these from Costco about 12 months ago and paid about the same for them then. Debated on whether to buy the more expensive Bose ones but I have to say that for the money these are great and if you are buying them for use on an aircraft, they are just the trick. My only minus comment would be is that they can make you look as though you come from the Bronx with them on i.e. big compared with some Bose alternatives.

Head added. Good find with the delivery.
#17
Way too big and not a hot price at £89.99.
Better off waiting for this offer re-appearing on play.com.
banned#18
leesandra
No u read it wrong.
i have bose sound system in the car which sounds ace. sennheiser r good too just £90 for headphones is abit much


BOSE in-car systems are low-end rubbish compared to their home hi-fi equipment- which still isnt that good
#19
Hope onto a proper audio forum and check the reaction you get when you talk about Bose.
#20
Thanks OP! Ordered these when deal went hot, just arrived this morning. They are fantastic so far!
Comfortable and the noise reduction works well - testing it here it cuts out all the noise of the computer, so I can hear the radio on at the other end of the house - which I can barely hear at all without the headphones on. Got a few long flights this year, so these will be perfect. Carry-case is great too - durable but not heavy

Only issues so far are that the noise cancelling doesn’t appear to be auto-off, and, as was mentioned by an earlier poster they are possibly a bit bass-light (although not so much that a bit of EQ tweaking won't fix it)
#21
Mascherano
BOSE in-car systems are low-end rubbish compared to their home hi-fi equipment- which still isnt that good

clueless!!
#22
I was almost ready to part £135 from amazon yesterday so Im glad I found this thread although there now £95 @ play.com.
Im into hiphop, breakz and Drum n bass so Im a little put off with the "a bit bass-light" comments.
I will be using my headphones with an iphone and work in a noisy office - can anyone recommend some headphones with decent bass. Oh and I have a big heeeed!!
#23
I bought these for around the same price over a year ago. I haven't regretted my decision for a second. I take them to work (office environment) and on holiday (planes, trains) and love them to bits.
There is a bit of hiss when the noise reduction is activated and they don't block out speech (apart from the bass notes of a voice), but they do make you feel more isolated so you can concentrate on work.
You can also turn them up quite loud before any sound leaks out, which is good if you're the considerate, private type.

The only problem I have with them is the inline volume control. It's a bit flaky and needs a wobble every now and then to get the sound equal in both ears. I'm confident that I could break it apart and fix that if it really needed it, but it's the only thing about these cans that is subpar. Great case too.
#24
5 months on and this price is still the best:thumbsup: Voted HOT! :santa:

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