Sennheiser CX 3.00 Ear-Canal Headphones + 2 year warranty + 3 months free unlimited music with Deezer - £19.97 instore @ Currys
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Sennheiser CX 3.00 Ear-Canal Headphones + 2 year warranty + 3 months free unlimited music with Deezer - £19.97 instore @ Currys

£19.97£44.9956%Currys PC World Deals
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Sennheiser CX 3.00 Ear-Canal Headphones
Cheapest I have come across
I know it doesn’t have controls or mic but at this price, I can’t complain
+ 2 year warranty
+ 3 months free unlimited music with Deezer
Bought it in Cardiff Currys
Not sure if it’s nationwide or online

Product description:

Sennheiser CX 3.00
Keep The Music Going, Optimised for Perfect Fit, A Simple Way to Enjoy your Music
CX 3.00 In-Ear Canal Headphone – Available in Black, Red or White
The CX 3.00 embraces Sennheiser’s expertise in-ear canal headphone design to ensure excellent clarity across the frequency range – carefully tuning the high frequencies for a smooth, accurate reproduction with powerful yet discrete bass that still maintain great clarity in the mids.

Learn more about the CX 3.00
An acoustic design and driver technology allows a lightweight ultra-small design that offers a great fit, with incredible performance. Enjoy amazingly detailed sound reproduction and an enhanced bass response in an incredibly small package. Easy simplicity, it’s ready to use with all devices.

Features
Intensify your music – keep the music going! - detailed sound and enhanced bass
Outstanding comfort - optimised shape and size for perfect fit
4 ear adapter sizes (XS, S, M, L) - for effective noise blocking
Tangle-free cable - elliptical, tangle-free cable
Colour variants - available in black, white or red
Sennheiser CX 3.00
Did you know?
The ultra small design guarantees excellent comfort while the included set of ear adapters in four different sizes (XS, S, M, L), ensures effective noise blocking that will really let you feel the beat.

Sennheiser recommends this headphone for...
The young and stylish consumer who seeks a great sounding headphone, which is easy to use when they are ‘on the move’. The CX series is also well-suited for existing Sennheiser customers who are familiar with the predecessor models – this model supersedes the popular CX 300-II.

Compatibility
The CX 3.00 is fully compatible with all devices that have a 3.5mm headphone socket.
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Looks a decent price for me - good find!

Thanks for sharing
Feels like a wild goose chase, but I'll pop into my local Curry's tomorrow, just in case.
Half decent headphones. Paid £30 for these 6 months back. Well worth £20. The case is absolutely useless though. Heated.
Just bought the CX 300-II from Tesco, from the other thread. What's the difference?
hotukdeals.com/dea…199

Just googled it. The CX3.0 is the successor to the CX300-II
Edited by: "synet" 6th Feb
synet4 m ago

Just bought the CX 300-II from Tesco, from the other thread. What's the …Just bought the CX 300-II from Tesco, from the other thread. What's the difference?https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sennheiser-cx300-mkii-5-in-what-hifi-awards-winner-2010-2yr-warranty-reduced-to-clear-in-store-tesco-milton-plus-others-2000-2889199


Hi the product description says:

“The CX series is also well-suited for existing Sennheiser customers who are familiar with the predecessor models – this model supersedes the popular CX 300-II.“
synet23 m ago

Just bought the CX 300-II from Tesco, from the other thread. What's the …Just bought the CX 300-II from Tesco, from the other thread. What's the difference?https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sennheiser-cx300-mkii-5-in-what-hifi-awards-winner-2010-2yr-warranty-reduced-to-clear-in-store-tesco-milton-plus-others-2000-2889199Just googled it. The CX3.0 is the successor to the CX300-II


CX3.00 are much better IMO.

Physically - You get a much thicker soft touch cable that doesn't tangle, whereas the older model has the worst cable of any IEM I have ever owned. The finish around the jack is much harder wearing, and the buds themselves feel more substantial.

Sound wise - Very similar signature, but the newer version has an even more boosted bass and doesn't roll off the top as much as the older version. Essentially, you get more bass and more detail.

Only downside I found, which is user specific anyway, is these can be difficult to get properly sealed in your ear with the included tips, and that makes a huge difference to the sound quality.
Also meant to add, good price for these, but worth checking Amazon fluctuations as they hit £16 on there every now and again. That's where I got mine, last time at that price was only a few weeks ago.
I bought the older CX300 MkII about 4 years ago for £30. I had them for years and absolutely loved them, perfect in every way - and I'm a fussy bugger. Then I left them in a hotel in Singapore. Despite going back to the hotel reception to ask if they had been handed in, I never did see them again. I was devastated. I've moved over to wireless now but I'd buy these in a heartbeat if I was after a pair of wired earphones.
I have these, pretty good, imho better than the cx300 and a lot better than the cx200,just a word of warning, don’t lose those ear tips, the mediums ones had a habit of coming off and the replacements are £7 (you do get 5 pairs though) and the old cx300 tips are not compatibile due to the ends having a differerent shape.
Not bad, probably sound better than all the cheap unknown brands you find these days with harsh unbalanced sound signature which no EQ can fix (wired and bluetooth). I had Sennheiser MX685 Adidas branded earphones since about 3/4 years ago that had very decent clean sound but recently the wire from end to end got ripped in many places exposing the inner cables, don't want that again.

Sennheiser are the beasts in the headphone industry but currently their bluetooth earphones are selling upwards of £90. Maybe I'll go for a set in the next few months but regarding Sennheiser headphones (open ear, over ear etc) they generally last years. I'm still using my pair of HD25's from 2008 (closed, on-ear DJ/monitoring flat response cans that still have the same design from the 1980's!) which I've used probably daily ever since (that is true no bs) and would never be without them, sure I've replaced the ear pads quite a few times and cable once but it just goes to show you get what you pay for (they retail for about £130 to £150 btw).
Edited by: "Alex87" 6th Feb
Online price for collections only shows £29.97 ,confusing33214056-3or5F.jpg
Freelancer50 m ago

Online price for collections only shows £29.97 ,confusing[Image]


Only the red version is discounted to this price, and no longer (or atm at least) sold online. For some reason it's usually the red version that gets discounted elsewhere as well. Personally think they're the best looking version anyway.
decanay8 m ago

Only the red version is discounted to this price, and no longer (or atm at …Only the red version is discounted to this price, and no longer (or atm at least) sold online. For some reason it's usually the red version that gets discounted elsewhere as well. Personally think they're the best looking version anyway.


That clears it. Thank you
Did anyone manage to find any stock in near by stores?
I got these for £9 last year and it was worth it. They're really good.
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