Eliminate up to 90% of fatiguing cabin noise on your next flight in a sleek, compact footprint. Sennheiser's CX 6 Travel offers exceptional customized noise isolation, rich, detailed sound and accessories that make travel a breeze. The discreet design of the CX 6 means no cumbersome cable tangles and easy on/off for in-flight announcements. The CX 6 stores quickly and safely in the...
“ Upgraded from my CX-215's WHICH ARE ALSO AMAZING! But these kill it in audio replication. I use these at work with my Sanza Fuze (Rockboxed and playing flac's) and it makes the day's fly by, My only complaint was at first finding the proper seal took a little work, also seemed to have a slight burn in period (which wasnt to bad) but when i first purchased the headphones I was...” --darkshyed
“ I bought these a few weeks ago, and like the other reviewer mentioned, they don't do anything too special. They are fairly detailed for an IEM at this level, and provide globs of bass. The inline iphone remote is especially nice. There is quite of bit of microphonics. I will be keeping these as IEMs to use at the gym. ” --Bloodstriker
The CX95 are high quality, noise-isolating ear-canal-headphones with a very balanced sound and the highest possible sound resolution. They feature a short cable, perfect for using a mobile phone or MP3 player with a remote control and/or microphone. The included 1-meter extension cable allows it to be used with a player carried in your pocket. The unique shape of the housing ensures that these...
“ Sennheiser is the first “legit” headphone company most people hear of and are generally praised unabashedly by people that lack experience. Well at least that’s what I’ve gotten from in my years in the internet. I’d never been the biggest fan of Sennheiser, mostly because I’d never tried anything in their line above the HD25. Everything under the HD25, to me, performed a bit...” --Ishcabible
The Sennheiser IE 4 earphones for wireless monitor applications with outstanding sound quality. It includes exchangeable ear sleeves for a perfect, customized fit for high isolation against environmental noise and very good bass response.
“These are normally over $400 on Amazon, where I got them for $100 "opened, but unused" with high expectations corresponding to the $400 price. They had all the tips, but with two mounted on the 'phones and four in the case; no grill cleaner. The problem I found, but which bothers me a lot, is that the highest notes on one of my favorite recordings, Philip Glass's Mishima soundtrack (which is...” --akgK340owner
“Anyone aspiring to be an audiophile would have heard the name of these IEMs, they are one of the very best around and only a few are in the same league as this one. The IE80 was released a few years ago, following the IE8 which was for a long time, the best that Sennheiser had to offer in this regard. Lets cut the introduction short. This review is not an Audiophile perspective. Its just my...” --jnxr
“ Hello guys, I have been reading about the IE800 for some time now. I heard people saying it is a mini HD800. That intrigued me, as I love the HD800. I usually hate IEMs for their congested and bassy sound. I also hate sticking something inside my ears, but was curious about Sennheisers' new addition. It seems I am a lucky man, as last week soundnews.ro...” --dan.gheorghe
Rediscover your music collection and tailor it to your aural tastes with a tunable bass frequency response. The customized sonic signature is complemented by a unique fit thanks to the included ear adapters. This fit isolates the user from their environment, offering passive noise attenuation and the best sound experience. The IE 8 stores quickly and safely in the included carrying case.