by Drishti Patel November 07, 2016


The popular Sennheiser CX275s is an in-ear earphone from a German manufacturer. Along with a mic and remote, these work well with any mobile headset with a 3.5mm connector. Roughly around Rs. 2000 the CX275s is easily one of the top selling earphones in the country.

CX275s's plastic design is an intuitive and ergonomically shaped. Its dark grey earpieces with rich black accents make them pretty easy on the eyes. The 1.2m cable are very thin and prone to entangling very quickly. A straight 3.5mm jack is gold plated to reduce the disturbances in the audio signals. The most important thing is the in-line mic and single button remote. Sennheiser provides an additional cable adapter use to reverse the polarity of the signal. These earphones are compatible with virtually all smartphones with 3.5mm output.




The single button remote can pick-up and drop calls, pause, play and skip tracks on both Apple, ios and Android devices. Just like the CX180, the CX275s has a bass driven sound signature. At times, these earphones lack clarity and crispness. The soundstage is audibly narrow.

These may not be the best sounding earphones in their class but they definitely will not disappoint a bass enthusiast. The CX275s has a carry pouch, compatible adapter and two extra silicone eartips.

The  Comply™ noise isolation memory foam eartips works best for blocking outside noise. These are the most affordable in-ears from Sennheiser with a 2 year warranty.

The CX275s is a perfect pair of in-ear with mic if you're on a tight budget. 

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