Style and quality are two of the most important traits of any electronic equipment you can buy nowadays. It is just so important that it does not look like some rubbish you took out of a container. Otherwise, your image may be compromised, and nobody wants that. So anything you may construct, first make sure that it looks good. If, by doing this, you also increase the performance of the equipment, so much the better. Let us see if in-ear headphones, and in particular the Sennheiser CX 300 in-ear headphones, manage to pull this off.
The market of earphones is a delicate one. Most of us use them at home while sitting in front of our computer with a cup of coffee and talking with our friends over the web. If that's your intended use, you may not care if the headphones you're thinking of buying make you look like a UFO just arrived from Mars. Nevertheless, with the introduction of portable music players, this changes. You definitely want to exude style and enjoy the music by your favorite artists while you are jogging.
The main problem with traditional headphones is their size. Everyone can tell from a mile away that you are using them. Moreover, most of them also fail in the category of sound isolation. Some people just do not like to hear your awful (at least to their ears) music, while others just hate to share this with others. Whatever may be the cause, sound isolation has been a major issue from the time of the invention of the telephones.
Well, to be fully honest, there are on the market a couple of high quality classic headphones that perform well in this area. However, the price you'll pay for them is just out of this world. In addition, the economic crisis with which we are struggling is not helping either. Luckily enough the technology of the 20h century brought us in-ear headphones. These are barely observable due to their small size and as a result, they offer style discreetly.
While this way you can take the morning jog comfortably and listen to the news (for instance) on your portable radio, they also manage to give back some quality sound directed to only your ear canals. Naturally, like everything in this world, in-ear headphones have some drawbacks. The only question that remains is how they manage to offer this kind of service. On the following pages, I am going to go into this and review a prime example of in-ear headphones: Sennheiser CX 300.
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