Sennheiser launches CX 400BT TWS earphones offering premium sound at a more affordable price
Sennheiser has launched its latest true wireless earphones. The new Sennheiser CX 400BT earphones deliver up to 20 hours of battery life with the included charging case and are designed to deliver high quality audio at a more affordable price point.
Sennheiser already has one of the leading true wireless earphones on the market in the form of the Momentum True Wireless 2. It is expanding its lineup with a more affordable but still premium listening experience in the form of the new Sennheiser CX 400BT earphones. Sennheiser differentiates between the two models by referring to the Momentum True Wireless 2 earphones as being “premium” while the new CX 400BT earphones are referred to as being for “everyday” listening.
Helping to keep things sounding good, the new CX 400BT earphones actually feature the same 7 mm drivers found in the more expensive Momentum True Wireless 2. They are designed to work with both Siri and Google Assistant and support the SBC, AAC and aptX codecs over Bluetooth 5.1. When paired with the Sennheiser Smart Control app, listeners can tailor their listening experience with a built-in equalizer.
Like most of its competitors, the Sennheiser CX 400BT earphones offer 7 hours of listening per charge which can be extended to 20 hours on the go with the included battery charging case. Although it does not incorporate active noise cancelling, Sennheiser has included four sizes of earpieces to help attenuate outside noise passively. The Sennheiser CX 400BT are available for pre-order now at US$200 through the US webstore.
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