Sennheiser PXC-250 Review

Noise-cancelling technology was not new when Sennheiser’s PXC-250 portable headphone was released in 2005, but here was a cheap, practical, and stylish implementation of it. Sennheiser’s noise-cancelling technology is known as NoiseGardTM. The device works by two small microphones inside the earpieces sending any noise they detect to an amplifier, which then inverts the phase […]

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Jays v-Jays Review

These inexpensive portable Swedish cans are compact and light, with a simple design (59g). Considering their low price, build quality is excellent – easily as good as anything from Sennheiser at or anywhere near their £50 retail price. Their design is also semi-foldable (with two folding joints), making them ideal for portables, whilst they’ll be

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Sennheiser HD650 Review

Sennheiser spent millions of Euros researching and creating the new HD650 in 2003, using technology created for its £1,000 MKH40 broadcast microphone to eliminate distortion and enhance clarity, while the sound balance was reported to be based on the Sennheiser Orpheus, which costs £10,000. It all added up to one of the company’s most popular

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