Sennheiser introduces CX SPORT in-ear Bluetooth headphones for £119


Sennheiser has introduced new CX SPORT in-ear Bluetooth headphones which claim to offer the freedom of wireless listening in an ultra-lightweight, splash- and sweat-resistant design.

Designed for people on the move, the new CX SPORT features ergonomic fins that keep the earbuds comfortably secure.

The headphones can either be worn around the neck or in front, with a cable organizer that adjusts the cable length, and an optional clip that can be used to fix the CX SPORT on the workout shirt.

With a choice of three fin sizes and a selection of four sizes of ear adapters, it should be  easy enough to find a fit that blocks outside noise.

What’s more despite its slim design, the CX SPORT has a number of features. Multi-connection capability allows the headphones to be connected to up to two devices simultaneously while Bluetooth 4.2 and Qualcomm® apt-X™ ensure optimum wireless Hi-Fi sound.

When using the CX SPORT for watching videos, Qualcomm® apt-X™ Low Latency compatibility keeps the audio transmission in sync with the visuals. Ease of use is ensured by a three-button inline remote control for managing music and calls, as well as by convenient voice prompts that provide notifications of pairing and battery status.

The CX SPORT has a six-hour battery life, which can be fast charged via USB in just ten minutes to offer a further hour of playback, and fully charged in 1.5 hours. The headphones come supplied with a neoprene carry pouch.

Says Marcel Salzmann, Product Manager at Sennheiser: 

“For many, headphones are a true workout essential. We have designed the CX SPORT to deliver everything athletes need to get the most out of their workout session – great sound, secure fit and a robust but lightweight design.”

If you do not have much budget but still want to have a proper pair of earbuds, there are some incredibly cheap options out there that are just waiting for your pick.

The CX SPORT is available now at the Sennheiser webshop and will be available worldwide from June for £119 (MSRP).



Chris Price
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