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The Sennheiser CX 200 Street II are an entry level product offering in the Street line of ear canal headphones.

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Pros

symmetrical cable

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passive noise canceling - makes it easier to enjoy your music at a safe volume without induced noise, artifacts or the need for batteries

7 agree

interchangeable tips for finding the best fit

6 agree

affordable

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2 year warranty

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pleasant treble and mid-range

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Cons

obtrusive noises in headphones when cable is touched

13 agree

3 choices of rubber tips but still uncomfortable

7 agree

No Carrying Pouch Included.

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bass light

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The Sennheiser CX 200 Street II are an entry level product offering in the Street line of ear canal headphones and are the lowest price model in this series.  These headphones come with three different ear adapters in small, medium and large. They are noise canceling, due to the design of the earbud, and the placement within the ear. This reduces the impact of outside, environmental noise while listening. The next step up in this series of ear canal headphones is the CX 350 Street II. This model is a higher priced version, with the same features and design as the CX 200 Street II, but with a wider range of frequency response at 17 to 21,000 Hz and 113 dB sound pressure levels. Designed for use with MP3, CD/DVD/MD players and portable gaming systems. The cable is symmetrical and 1.2 meters in length.

Features
  • Ear Canal headphones
  • Noise canceling
  • Ear adapter set in small, medium and large
  • Symmetrical cable
  • 2 Year Warranty
  • 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz frequency response
  • 1.2m cable length
  • 16 ohm impedance
  • 110 dB sound pressure level
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02/27/2012 12:58

Great sound but when you want to crank the bass up the volume drops a lot which is really annoying. Especially if u listen to drum n bass coz as soon as the bassline drops in its goodbye volume...

Anonymous
01/06/2011 06:24

Nasty tinny and zingy sound. Very little bass though it says it is "bass-driven sound."

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