Good news if your lugs are in need of new earphones. Sennheiser has just announced five new sets of in-ear phones, pitching them at music fans keen to block out the outside world in favour of intimate tuneage.
The CX 400 and CXL 400 slot into Sennheiser’s Classic line, and come with short cables for use with mobile phones and MP3 players, although the CXL 400 also has a neck lanyard. They cost £54.99 and £59.99 respectively. Meanwhile, the CX 500 is the high-end version, with a wider frequency response and in-line volume control. It costs £69.99.
The CX 55 Street phones are designed for big bass, with a reflective blue design for maximum style points. They cost £49.99. Finally, the CX 95 Style has a slinky metal design, and all the trimmings, for £79.99. All the models come with three choices of silicone rubber ear adapters, while the cables are (they say) top notch. I’ll take their word for it on that score.
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