Sennheiser announces its new, affordable everyday wireless earphones
What you need to know
- Sennheiser announced two new wireless headphones.
- They're both designed to be for everyday use.
- They're more affordable than some other Sennheiser options, too.
Audio device maker Sennheiser has announced two new sets of wireless headphones that it says are designed for everyday use while also providing "Sennheiser sound quality." The new CX 350BT and CX 150BT earphones were announced at CES 2020.
Both of the new headphones have solid 10-hour battery life and can be charged via USB-C when needed. They both also support AptX and AptX Low latency on compatible devices.
Both pairs of earphones have a cable connecting the two earbuds while an inline remote has buttons for all of the usual music and voice call controls. The most costly CX 350BT also packs a button for interacting with Siri or Google Assistant, depending on the phone you're connected to.
The CX 150BT earphones are available in black for $79 whole a white version will be coming in February. The CX 350BT earphones will sell for $99 in both black and white from next month.
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