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Sennheiser PXC250 Yesise-Canceling Foldable Headphones
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Employing NoiseGard Active Noise Compensation to reduce external noise, the Sennheiser PXC250 Noise Cancelling Foldable Headphones are a great way to...Click To Read More About This Product
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Employing NoiseGard Active Noise Compensation to reduce external noise, the Sennheiser PXC250 Noise Cancelling Foldable Headphones are a great way to get the best sound out of any portable player. These closed, dynamic, supra-aural Sennheiser mini headphones are foldable and include a belt pouch for on-the-go listening. "Duofol" diaphragms with spiral embossing impart high-resolution sound. Sennheiser includes Kevlar-reinforced copper cable with 1/8" jack, and 1/4" and airline audio adapters with your PXC250 Headphones.
- Closed, dynamic, supra-aural mini headphones
- NoiseGard Active Noise Compensation
- Foldable design
- Includes a belt pouch
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These are great compact headphones. The bass response is amazing. One thing to be aware of: the language provided by Sennheiser makes it sound like the noise cancelling function is only needed for loud environments, but it definitely shapes the tone of the headphones. Listening without noise cancelling in a dead silent room does not provide the great tone and bass response that everyone (myself included) raves about. THE POINT? If you are considering the PXC250's make sure you include the cost of batteries for constant use of the noise cancelling.
The sound is great. The wiring is a problem. The cords are thin and frail and convoluted between the earphones, the noise silencer device and the split connection to the earphones. Great for seated listening experience. Difficult for listening on the move.
I purchased the PXC-300. The overall design and sound is very good. A couple of things is bothersome after using them for a while now. 1. The wires are way to short. 2. The noisegard attachment is alway in the way and becoming tangled up with the othe wires. More of a pain than it is worth. I would have rather had a little heavier headphones that had eveything in them than extra STUFF hanging of of them to deal with. Bose cost more, but I think they sound better and no extra wires to deal with.
It is extrememly lightweigh. You can wear it for hours without fatigue. The sound is ultimately impressive. I have listened side by side with the famous Sony Pro MDR-7506 Headphones and they sound pretty darn close. Don't let the 'supra-aural' (on the ear instead of around the ear) fool you, it sounds great with clear highs and some serious bass. The noise cancelling does exactly that it cancels out NOISE, not so good at cancelling out your friends yelling back and forth in a car. Definitely worth they money if you want a pair of awseome headphones that can fit in your pocket. Great for studio monitors!