Sennheiser PXC 250-II Active Noise-cancelling Travel Headphones

Small-format Closed-back Headphones with NoiseGard Active Noise Compensation
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Noise Canceling Headphones that Fit in Your Pocket!

Don't sacrifice your listening pleasure just because you're in a noisy environment! Sennheiser's PXC 250-IIs let you tune out the world around you and focus. PXC 250-IIs are the perfect traveling companions. Their slim and completely foldable design lets you pack them up into a pocket-sized form, and a locking mechanism keeps them tucked away safely. The same locking mechanism keeps them open, too, so they feel sturdy when you wear them. Best of all, PXC 250-II headphones feature Sennheiser's NoiseGard active noise canceling to block out background noise - a real bonus if you often listen to music in noisy environments such as buses, trains, or airplanes.

PXC 250-IIs are everything you'd expect from pair of Sennheiser headphones. Not only do PXC 250-IIs live up to Sennheiser's supurb build quality, but they're prime examples of the company's excellence in audio standards. A pair of Duofol diaphragms drive the mid- and higher-frequency ranges, and the PXC 250-II's punchy bass response comes from its bass tubes. Sennheiser even includes a full accessory kit with each pair of PXC 250-II headphones. They come with adapters to convert their 1/8" connecter to the standard 1/4" used by most professional audio gear and the split-mono 1/8" jacks found on airplanes, and you also get a soft belt pouch with an extra pocket.

Sennheiser PXC 250-II Closed Stereo Headphones with NoiseGard Active Noise Compensation Features at a Glance:
  • Dynamic stereo mini headphones
  • Fold and flip compact design that locks in open and closed positions
  • Soft belt pouch with extra pocket (7.3" x 4.1" x 1.6") included
  • 5.9' Kevlar-reinforced oxygen-free copper cable with 1/8" jack plug
  • Includes 1/4" stereo and 1/8" double mono jacks for airline audio
  • Ideal for environments with consistent noise
  • Switchable NoiseGard active noise compensation attenuates frequencies below 1kHz by up to -15dB
  • Duofol diaphragms with spiral embossing for high-resolution sound
  • Bass tube for powerful, punchy bass
  • NoiseGard requires 2 AAA batteries for operation
Listen to your music clearly in any environment with Sennheiser's PXC 250-II headphones!

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Tech Specs

Open/Closed Closed
Fit Style Supra-aural (On Ear)
Frequency Response 10Hz-21kHz
Impedance 300 ohms
Cable Type Straight
Cable Length 4.9'
Plug Size 1/8" (In-flight Adapter Included)
Weight .9 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 502818

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Well worth the price

When I was talking to my Sales Engineer Paul about these this purchase, he made me laugh by saying that he was pretty sure that the whole concept of noise cancellation was based on magic. That may or may not be the case, but there's no doubt that these little phones pack quite a punch. I put them on my head without even plugging them into my iPod, and turned on the NC. I could hear the difference immediately; the ambient noise around me disappeared. Like magic, you might say. Anyway, my day job is in a cubicle farm, and these phones really did let me hear my music, and very little outside noise seeped through. Beethoven or Broadway, Mozart or Metal, I got good, clear audio. The NC seems to add a slight treble boost to the source material, which means I can actually turn the volume down on my iPod and still hear the music well. If there's a minus, it's merely that the NC unit is right in the middle of the cables, which means that it does need to be clipped to your belt or something, just to keep it out of the way. A fine product, and typical of Sweetwater, it arrived at my home 3 days before it was scheduled to! I'd recommend them.
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