Sennheiser CX300 Studio Earbuds Review

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Music to and for your ears

I love music, ever since I was little. If I don’t have mp3s paying on my pc, then the radio is on all day. I drive alot in my daily work, so music in my car is very important, too.

There is another thing that I value above the music and that sound quality. I hate having to listen to music without some depth; some nice clarity to be able to hear every stroke and glide cross the strings of a guitar, and the pounding bass drum of a rock song. Of course I take my music with me wherever I go on my mp3 player, but I want something better than the average headphones you get with a media player.

Now the CX300 is the first and currently only in-ear (or ear canal) headphones Sennheiser makes. Let’s find out of their in-ear products are up to spec.

General Description
The CX 300 pink 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.

Sennheiser CX300 features & specifications

specification description
Features
  • Powerful, bass-driven stereo sound
  • Perfect fit in the ear canal due to ear adapters in different sizes (included in the delivery)
  • Excellent attenuation of ambient noise
  • Extremely small and lightweight
  • Ideal for use with all MP3, CD, DVD, MD players and portable game systems with 3.5 mm headphone sockets
  • Asymmetrical cable
  • 2-year warranty
Technical Data Frequency response 18Hz – 21kHz
Cable length Asymmetrical, L: 170 mm; R: 510 mm, (850 mm divider to plug)
Impedance 16 Ohm
Sound pressure level (SPL) 112 dB (1 kHz, 1 Vrms)
Jack plug 3,5 mm stereo (angled)
Ear coupling intramural (ear canal fit)
Transducer principle dynamic, open
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1 Comment

  1. A. Lee

    June 21, 2011 at 12:08 am

    I know this is an old review and all that, but these are not "studio headphones", or "studio earphones". Even in 2007, these would not be found in a studio because it simply is not meant for that.

    Buyers: Do your own research! Don't listen to what 1 or 2 people or saying – try to find as much information as you can.