Sennheiser is synonymous with audiophile-grade personal audio gear that comes with not-so-accessible price points. But of late, the company is making its brand more accessible. In addition to the easy-on-your-wallet Bluetooth cans introduced earlier this year, the company has announced a “more accessible” pair of TWS earbuds.
Called Sennheiser CX True Wireless Earbuds, it features developed for Sennheiser’s premium earphones proprietary TrueResponse transducer that promised to deliver high-fidelity stereo sound with deep bass, natural mids and clear, and detailed treble to boot.
Using Sennheiser Smart Control App and built-in EQ, users can tailor their listening experience.
Other features of the CX TWS earbuds include Bluetooth 5.2, support for SBC, AAC, aptX audio codecs, 9 hours of battery life (and up to 27 when use with the charging case), IPX4 rated splash resistance, intuitive touch interface, support for voice assistants including Google Assistant and Siri and dual microphones on each earphone.
It looks like the Sennheiser CX True Wireless Earbuds has not been announced for N.A. market yet.
It will, however, available in European market starting July 8 for an MSRP of €129 (or around US$154).
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