Ideal for travelling, the PXC 350 work as ‘normal’ headphones without the batteries. But stick some in and the Sennheiser NoiseGard electronically removes 85% of noise, as well as offering passive noise-reduction from the closed-back design. There’s solid battery life too – 40hrs from two AAA batteries – and as these are Sennheiser headphones, using drivers and technology used in the company’s hi-fi range, the sound quality should be up there too.
You can pick up the PXC 350 for £229.99.
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