Sennheiser CX True Wireless Earbuds – Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones for Music and Calls with Passive Noise Cancellation, Customizable Touch Controls, Bass Boost, IPX4 and 27-hour Battery Life, Black
£119.99 - £83.00
(as of Oct 02,2022 22:49:43 UTC – Details)
No way! Put sound first, like Sennheiser does. We have put our 75 years of leading audio technology into the CX True Wireless earbuds. They deliver crystal-clear sound with deep bass you can easily adjust to your personal taste. With an ergonomic design for superb wearing comfort and intuitive controls for maximum ease of use, you’ll have a first-rate listening experience at home, at work or on the move.
Batteries : 3 Lithium Polymer batteries required.
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
Package Dimensions : 20.8 x 13.2 x 4.9 cm; 49 Grams
Date First Available : 6 May 2021
Manufacturer : Sennheiser
ASIN : B0949GFPV3
Item model number : CX TW Black
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Experience superior sound without compromise: Powered by German-made 7mm TrueResponse transducers with a wide range of Bluetooth codec support (AAC, aptX, SBC)
Long battery life: Get up to 27 hours of music playtime with on the go charging with the high-quality case that comes with the product
Passive Noise Cancellation and light-weight ergonomic design: The ergonomic design offers optimal comfort and a secure fit with 4 ear adapter sizes for excellent passive Noise Cancellation
Full digital control: Our Smart Control App for iOS , Android allows earbud functionalities to be personalized for your everyday needs and enables smooth pairing, fully adaptable controls for music, calls and voice assistant
Bass Boost: Special EQ pre-set can be activated via our app for more intense bass. Sennheiser uses decades of expertise to drive the world of audio technology forward for new, unique sound experiences