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Review on Sennheiser PXC 300 Noise Cancelling Headphones

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Sennheiser pxc 300 Canceling Headphones, fold and flipheadphones are designed for ultimate comfort, the ergonomic headband gives you two-point suspension and soft ear cups, and you can adjust them to several different positions. The switchable Noise Gard active noise compensation attenuates frequencies below 1,000 Hz by up to -15 dB, so you will be able to listen to your music without hearig the noise around you. The Sennheiser PXC 300 headphones come with a padded carrying case, cable, and adapter, you also get a two year warranty covering parts and service.

If you are those people, it maybe your nice choice

  1. People who travel on the subway
  2. Any casual or business traveler who wants to listen to their music while getting some rest
  3. Anyone who workouts at the gym

What's inside the Box:

Headset, 1/4 inch (6.3 mm) stereo jack, 3.5 mm double mono jack, soft carrying case, batteries, user's guide, warranty and registration card Product Description: The Sennheiser PXC 300 headphones make the perfect travel companian that let you enjoy your music even in noisy environmants. They reduce unwanted noise by up to 80% and the optomized circuit technology ensures reduced susceptibility to mobile phone interference. (The PXC 300 is supplied complete with a protective soft case and aircraft audioadaptors.) Product Features:

  1. Closed supra-aural stereo mini headphones with switchable NoiseGard active noise cancelling
  2. Ideal for airplanes and loud environments
  3. Patented Folding mechanism and protective soft case for storage and transportation
  4. Ultra-lightweight design with ergonomic headband, two point suspension and soft high-quality ring ear pads
  5. Transparent and lifelikeaudio reproduction due to duofol diaphragms with spiral embossing

Noise cancelling: As far as noise cancelling goes, these headphones are not the best, but they do the job. They cancel out close to 80 percent of the noise, which is a tremendous help. If you are getting these tolisten to music and sound quality is important, then I would recommend these wholeheartedly. Sound Quality: For sound quality i was really impressed with these headphones. The sound is crystal clear, with the bass being stong but not too overwhelming. Let’s see :

Review by Danielle

I've been in the market for a good pair of noise cancelling headphones for a while, and after trying out a pair of Bose noise cancelling headphones, decided not to buy them, mostly because of the outrageous price. I wanted to try out a pair of Sennheiser's but couldn't find a store that would sell them so based on the excellent reviews, I put them on my X-mas list. My dh bought them on Amazon for a very good price for me. Also, someone else accidently bought me a pair of Sony Noise Cancelling headphones for Christmas, so I got to try those out too. Well, my final verdict is that the Sennheiser's are the best noise cancelling headphones out of the three. They have some drawbacks, but I think the sound quality more than makes up for those. Here's how they stack up

 

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