Sennheiser HD 250BT Wireless Headphones CX 120BT Earphones
Just a few weeks after the CX 400BT TWS earbuds were brought to India, the popular German audio brand, Sennheiser, introduced the country’s HD 250BT wireless headphones and CX 120BT wireless earphones. While the former comes with a full-cup, on-ear design, the latter has an in-ear form factor design behind the ears.
Sennheiser HD 250BT
With gentle, noise-insulating earpads and intuitive controls, the Sennheiser HD 250BT comes with a closed-back design. It provides Bluetooth 5.0 communication and is fitted with the technology of the company’s transducer. For the earpiece, it has a frequency response of 20Hz to 22,000Hz, and for the omni-directional microphone, 100Hz to 10,000Hz. The company also claims that, on a single charge, its battery can give up to 25 hours of playback.
The system provides ‘dynamic bass’ and has a robust build to ensure an improved audio experience for a long time, according to Sennheiser. For superior quality transmission, it also supports AAC and aptXTM audio codes. In addition, the headphones support the Sennheiser Smart Control App, which can be used to adjust the headphones’ sound quality. The software comes with a built-in equaliser and helps to instal changes to the firmware.
The Sennheiser HD 250BT is now available on the official Indian web store of Sennheiser, as well as through other e-commerce platforms and leading electronics retailers across the country, for Rs. 5,490 in India.
Sennheiser CX 120BT
With a lightweight around-the-neck style, the Sennheiser CX 120BT wireless earphones feature a sturdy matte-black cord, complemented by high-gloss red and metallic silver accents on the earbuds. In order to keep audio in full sync with video content, it supports SBC and aptX codecs and aptX Low Latency. It only supports Bluetooth 4.1, unlike the 250BT, but can be connected to two devices simultaneously.
For fast control of calls and audio, the CX 120BT also comes with an intuitive three-button remote. Users may choose ear adapters in three sizes to ensure optimum comfort and passive noise isolation for listening in louder environments are best suited. The unit recharges entirely in 1.5 hours, according to the firm, and can deliver six hours of playback on a single charge.