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post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by ADD View Post
I think Sennheiser should consider marketing a new headphone based exactly on the PXC450 but without any of the noise cancelling circuits, etc. It would be a premium quality, full sized, closed phone.
They *do* - it's the HD 380 Pro.



Comes with the same carrying case as well.
post #17 of 19
I have the PXC450's and dont have the issues you mention. They're a great headphone. I've had mine since May 2008, travelled to and from Europe and with Europe for 6 weeks. They were fantastic!

Oh, and the HD380 Pro picture above looks its based more like a PXC350 (my partner has a pair of these).
post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by John Willett View Post
They *do* - it's the HD 380 Pro.



Comes with the same carrying case as well.
John, did you have a chance to listen to the HD380 yet?
I would like to know your findings.
post #19 of 19

The thread looks a bit old, but I just bought new PXC 450 on amazon and have exactly the same issue as described - clicking noise in the right headphone when battery inserted and noise cancelling is OFF.

I don't know how to check production date of the headphones, but I guess they're not early 2007 model anyway and also supplied batteries marked until year 2018, so..

 

 Just wondering, has anyone had similar issue and to fixed it? Was it a replace, repair or troubleshooting or any kind? 

Already asked Sennheiser customer support but still waiting for their answer.

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