Sennheiser is today introducing a lower-cost set of true wireless earbuds that slot in listed below the business’s flagship Momentum Real Wireless 295, the new “CX 400 BT Real Wireless”– so much for simple names, eh Sennheiser?
The CX 400 BT Real Wireless are not what you ‘d call subtle. They can be found in either black or white, but there’s no navigating how big they search in the ear no matter which finish you select. There’s been a pattern just recently of companies progressing towards more discreet true cordless earbud styles, but Sennheiser certainly isn’t going in that instructions.
I do not understand whether it’s due to the fact that the company requires more area for audio parts or is simply making a stylistic option, but there’s no missing out on these things. A minimum of the larger appearance needs to indicate you’ll have a much easier time utilizing the tap controls on each side, which can be tailored utilizing Sennheiser’s app.
Inside the CX 400 BT Real Wireless earbuds are the same 7-millimeter drivers that power the Real Momentum Wireless Twos. “This bespoke acoustic system delivers high-fidelity stereo noise with deep bass, natural mids, and clear, comprehensive treble,” Sennheiser said in its press release.
The new earbuds feature Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity and assistance SBC, AAC, and aptX for codecs. Like Sennheiser’s more pricey buds, you’re still limited to pairing with one gadget at a time.
The CX 400 BT Real Wireless expense $100 less than Sennheiser’s flagship Real Momentum Wireless 2, and conserving that cash comes with some sacrifice: you’re giving up the sound cancellation from the TMW2s– and even a water resistance rating– and also need to tolerate this chunkier style. Does a cost of $19995 make these “everyday earphones” as Sennheiser says? There’s a ton of competition around this cost point, however the company’s track record for audio quality does speak volumes. I have actually been evaluating the CX 400 BT True Wireless for a few days, so expect to see a full review very soon.