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Old 06-14-2010, 06:53 AM
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Hey, a question: In my country there are 2 kinds of CX-500: CX-500 and CX-500 "II". The II is ~5-10$ more expensive than the original and it looks different, too(II looks similar to the one on the sennheiser site that fevves posted). Is the II the newer version of the original one? And which one is better? Or the same sound quality? Or that's a fake?
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Hey, a question: In my country there are 2 kinds of CX-500: CX-500 and CX-500 "II". The II is ~5-10$ more expensive than the original and it looks different, too(II looks similar to the one on the sennheiser site that fevves posted). Is the II the newer version of the original one? And which one is better? Or the same sound quality? Or that's a fake?
Not directly a answer to your question, but check out this page to avoid fakes eBay.co.uk Guides - How to spot fake Sennheiser CX500
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A big thanks, I'll keep this in mind.
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Thanks all... I figured out that atm the earphones which I got with my phone are best for me!

As I travel to my college by local-train (which is always crowded like hell!) Many a times my speaker of the earphone comes out of my ear without rubber bud! So I always get upset that I lost my bud and now have to complete remaining journey without music, or with mono(which is annoying, it feels like your other ear has gone numb)
But the funny thing is, the rubber bud is always in my ear.. it never comes out! and such thing I can not afford to do with the costlier earphones! Still I will look forward to buy the Philips!

Thanks again for your advice!
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ok. I just try hearing the Shure SE115 and i'm very impressed with the bass and noise-isolating of it(don't have much time to judge sound quality in detail though). So, compared to the Senn CX500 and Senn CX95(and also the MM50 iP), which one is the better(and the best)?

I just want a kit with good bass, good noise-isolation and clear sound(no distortion). I read some review on the net and they say that the Senn's sound is better than the Shure SE115. I wonder which one i should choose?
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I bought JABRA BT2020. it sort of hooks into your ear so it doesn't fall out easily. But I m looking for some fancy headphones? Any sugestions?
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I use Motorola S305 Bluetooth headset

Found it pretty good ( when both have full power)

Start to loose sound a bit if one is nearly flat.
use same charger a phone and has decent sound quailty!
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Thinking of buying V-Moda Vibe. It seems it has good bass (which is my basic need ) lets see what color it will be! the redroxx or midnight blue!
Blue looks S3XY but it's price is $4 more
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Got CX300-II for 35$ and well, it's very good. Pounding bass, much better dynamic range(compared to the Samsung's)... I feel like the i8910's audio chip is not enough for this headphones so i'm saving up for a true mp3 player(ipod or sth)
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Bought v-moda spin from ebay for $11.80... now waiting for them,
in the mean time i fixed my native earphones! removed the mic (as the problem was in connection near that) and attached some thing which i was there to one of my USB cables! Its damn heavy.. there are magnets in it. Luckily the sound quality is same.
I fool people by telling them that its my 'stereo amplifier'
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