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Sennheiser PXC 350 - Travel Headphone Set With NoiseGard Advance Technology

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  • High-end travel headphones
  • Ideal for people on the move: comfortable, sturdy and foldable headphone design
  • Natural, lifelike sound quality
  • NoiseGard™ Advance technology
  • Practical volume control integrated in the cable
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  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 cm ; 998 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1 Kg
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  • Item model number: PXC 350
  • ASIN: B000NDGNCI
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 8 Jun. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Box Contains

  • PXC 350 high-end travel headphones
  • Transport Case
  • Audio Adapter (In-flight-Entertainment and 6,3 mm)
  • AAA batteries (x2)

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    4.1 out of 5 stars

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    172 of 172 people found the following review helpful By Nytram G on 14 Jan. 2008
    Having been delighted with the performance of the smaller PXC250s I bought a pair of PXC350s so that my wife and I each have something to use on flights and coach journeys. For the last few days I've been able to compare and contrast the two sets AND pester my wife for her opinions.

    Sound Quality; I can't honestly say that the more expensive model sounds better ... they both sound excellent. However, the PXC350s enclose the ears and so the music comes from a 'place' that is a little off or away from the ear, rather than 'on' the ear and I prefer that. The slight 'hiss' that can be heard when the noise canceling is switched on is far less noticeable on the 350s perhaps because of this. Sennheiser have also reduced the hiss by comparison with the 250s. Either way, these are the two best headphone sets I've ever owned.

    Noise Canceling; on a flight the PXC250s are excellent ... have yet to test the 350s. However, I HAVE compared them here in the home with loud music playing on my hi-fi and sat in the car. Basically, the noise canceling on both sets virtually eliminates the bass sounds from the hi-fi sub-woofer ... only the singing and higher pitches can be heard. It's amazing switching them on and off to hear the difference. In the car (wife driving!) the low engine and road rumble is also vastly reduced. As should be expected, the 350s DO cut out a little more 'noise' than the 250s, but not 3 times as much as might be expected by the price difference.

    In use; the 250s are often criticized for having the separate electronic unit housing the batteries. Sure, you DO have to deal with it but when sat on a coach or whatever, it's no real problem. The 350s do not have this separate unit and so are much easier to use.
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    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By SG on 28 Jan. 2009
    I have had these since christmas 08 and i havent been dissapointed.
    It is packaged very well, and comes with the following accessories:
    Travel case(very useful!)
    6.3mm adaptop for use with hifi equipment
    aeroplane adaptor for use on aeroplanes

    The sound quality these produce is fantastic. Im no audiophile but i appreciate the sound of good music. It has a good range, the bass is good without being overpowering, and the sound is generally very open.

    I have used them mainly for travel on the London Underground with my 60gb iPod. the noise cancellation is excellent, with the all to familiar raquet made by the trains, reduced to almost nothing when music is playing with the noise cancellation on. One thing to point out is that the cable is fairly long, although not excessively long which could be a problem to some people(not me)

    I cannot comment on whether or not it is worth upgrading to the 450's as i have not heard them but im sure you wont be disapointed with these! Another quality Sennheiser Product!
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    53 of 55 people found the following review helpful By P. Bailey on 26 Sept. 2008
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    I as usual ummmed and arrrhhed over which set to buy the pxc450s at £169 (sorry Amazon not from you on this occasion) or the pxc350s at £107 from Amazon (excellently priced). I opted for the pxc350 as my impression was that the overall quality between the two would be the same in terms of headphone coils and sound with the only difference being the circuitry of the noiseguard.

    Ok so first test i was in my office and they are a noisy bunch always shouting down the phone AND CREATING GENERAL DISTURBANCE. I work below an aircon unit too so i put this on and put the cans on. I used my sony minidisc as I wanted a decent signal without too much compression to test the range. With noiseguard off the sound is unimpressive and of course noise gets in, however with noiseguard switched on the aircon sound went and i couldnt hear the office noise just the pure music which sounded fantastic in fact i found myself missing the noise of the colleagues and found myself taking them off so as not to miss to much office banter. The next test was on the train home where i used my archos to listen to war of the worlds again the noise of the train disappeared. Next a film on the train now this is a different kettle of fish as the sounds are all shifted at one end of the spectrum with voices however Arthur and the invisibles did not disappoint the headphones allowed me to enjoy the film excluding the train noise, excluding the women a seat across me on her mobile and all the kids swearing. This morning I caught the train and listened to war of the worlds now i couldnt hear the train and sometimes opened my eyes as i wasnt sure if we were moving or not then i fell asleep and woke with my mobile vibrating.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C. Brockis on 15 Aug. 2009
    I purchased the PXC 350s to provide relief on a round trip to Australia. They worked very well, enabling full enjoyment and clarity of the in-flight entertainment. The in-line volume control was also useful in avoiding groping for the armrest volume control. The noise reduction enabled me to sleep unusually well and there was no discomfort with use over periods up to 6 hours.

    Just before the trip, a friend lent me his Bose QuietComfort® 3 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones, which I took and compared. In the flight environment I found it difficult to discern any significant performance difference between the two - perhaps the PXC 350s are slightly brighter.

    When used in a quiet environment, the PXC 350 has a low level background hiss which some people may find distracting during quiet passages. The hiss wasn't noticeable in the flight environment - being lost in the residual background noise. I couldn't detect any hiss from the Bose.

    So overall, for aircraft use, the PXC 350s performed very well and, price/performance wise, seem good value for money.
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