The latest addition to the Sennheiser CX headphone range is the fully wireless CX Plus, complemented by active noise canceling that was not available on previous CX models. And that’s at a lower price point than Sennheiser’s previous Momentum True Wireless 2 ANC headphones.
The “Plus” prefix hides the differences from the previous CX True Wireless headphones – in addition to ANC, it is also the Smart Pause function. This is what Sennheiser called the pause of playback for a while while the headphones are removed from the ears.
By the way, Sennheiser CX Plus are equal in terms of connection – each of the headphones is able to work independently. Noise canceling functions (there are two microphones on each earphone) are complemented by a noise transmission mode. The design of the CX Plus is a logical continuation of the CX series with a flat touch panel. From it, you can control playback, receive calls and launch the voice assistant.
Sennheiser CX Plus delivers sound quality with proprietary TrueResponse dynamic drivers. On the other hand, the high resolution of the input signal is provided by the corresponding codecs – the set includes SBC, AAC, aptX and aptX Adaptive.
The accumulators built into the headphones together with the battery of the charging case will provide a day of work. The CX Plus enclosures, available in black or white, are IPX4 protected against splash water. The headphones will go on sale at the end of September.
The Sennheiser CX Plus headphones will cost $ 180 in the US.