Get into iconic Sennheiser sound with style! The CX 215 offers a new twist on in ear headphones; a contoured finger-grip lets you dial in a perfect fit with precision. The results speak for themselves. Lip-smacking bass, tight, detailed mids and soaring treble response... all with a fit that blocks out the chaos of the outside world.
Rugged stereo neckband headphones
The MX 400 is a stereo in-ear headphone for listening while 'on the move'. Very lightweight and comfortable.PRODUCT FEATURES:Wide dynamic range;Excellent bass response;Dual-sided highly conductive OFC copper cable;Can be connected directly to personal stereos, CD players, DAT recorders and hi-fi systems.
The PMX80 Behind the Head Ear Speakers uses Vertical Ear Speakers and pumps rich audio comfortably into the ear. They are compatible with MP3, iPod and other portable devices with a 1/8 inch connector. The neck band system floats the ear bud for long lasting comfort. Sweat-proof coating wicks moisture, enhancing durability. Neck band features a reflective rear for safty when running at...
Perfect for getting around town, ergonomic design and fit with excellent passive noise reducing technology.
High quality, noise-isolating ear-canal-phones Transducer principle: Dynamic Frequency Response: 19Hz-21KHz THD: < 0.2 % (1 kHz, 100 dB SPL) Input Impedance: 16 ohms Sensitivity: 113dB S.P.L. at 1KHz Cord Length: 4.9 ft. (1.5 m) Weight: 0.15 oz. / 4 g (without cable)
The MX 360 is powerful, bass driven earphones for music on the go. They feature a high performance dynamic driver system, which turns your music into a true sound experience. The asymmetrical cable design ensures a high wearing comfort.
“ Introduction The easiest way to explain the Sennheiser CX-150's is that they do what you can reasonably expect. You can't really expect much from a pair of sub-50 dollar IEM's, and frankly, I was pleasantly surprised by the general quality of the CX150's. The sound quality is fine enough for portable listening from an iPod, as I use them, and I have yet to hear anything less than...” --BadMoose
“ What a bizarre sound , I have owned a bunch of cheap IEMs and the only one that stood out was the one which came with the GS4 , since all of them were made by multiple OEMs it was hard to find a consistent sound out of them ...that IEM was a monster in disguise , there are many things I want to say about it but since most of it may seem as exaggeration...” --MrTechAgent
“ I owned Sony EX300 before I purchase this upgrade. I considered UE700, Monster Turbine and Sennheiser CX550 and tried all of them seriously. I dropped UE700 out of list first, it didn't offer enough bass for me. To be honest, I like the sound signature of Monster turbine the best, however it's over my budget. At last I chose CX550, which was the closest choice under $120. Like CX95,...” --Wislon668