Sennheiser PXC150 - noisegard_headphones

£56.17 

For relaxed travel:The PXC 150 headphones with NoiseGard ? active noise cancelling technology let you enjoy music even in noisy environments. They reduce unwanted noise by up to 70 %. The PXC 150 is supplied complete with a convenient draw string protective pouch and aircraft audio adaptors.

SENNHEISER PXC 150 FEATURES
• Closed ,supra-aural stereo mini headphones with switchable
• NoiseGard? active noise cancelling technology
• Ideal for air travel and noisy environments
• Ultra-lightweight design and soft ring ear pads
• Transparent and lifelike audio reproduction due to Duofol diaphragm with spiral embossing
• Excellent sound quality with deep powerful bass performance
• Supplied with two adaptors for in-flight entertainment systems (adaptors: 1/4" (6.3 mm) stereo jack and 3.5 mm double mono jack)
• Includes convenient draw string protective pouch
• 2-year warranty

SENNHEISER PXC 150 SPECIFATIONS
Nominal impedance: 300 Ω
Jack plug: 3,5 mm stereo
Transducer principle (Headphones): dynamic, closed
Ear coupling: supra-aural
Cable length: 1,8 m
Weight w/o cable: 65 g
Frequency response (headphones): 15.....21000 Hz
Sound pressure level (SPL): 104 dB (SPL)
THD, total harmonic distortion: 0,2 %
Operating time (Battery): 80 h

SENNHEISER PXC 150 PACKAGE INCLUDES
1 PXC 150
1 adaptor 6.3 mm stereo
1 adaptor 3.5 mm double mono
1 user manual


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