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Sennheiser PXC350 review

The PXC350s are a cut price version of the PXC450s - the sound drives along nicely and value for money is good, although we prefer the PXC450s for noi Tested at £180.00

Our Verdict

Good for the money but we're not convinced by its noise-cancelling abilities


  • Good value for money, driving sound


  • Noise canceling ability could be better

The Sennheiser PXC350s are a cut-price version of the Award-winning PXC450s – minus on-ear talk-through and volume control (there's an on-cable volume dial), and using Sennheiser's second-tier NoiseGard noise-cancelling.

The PXC350s are an involving listen, driving along nicely with both high and low bit-rate iPod fodder of all genres.

We're not as convinced by the noise-cancelling, however – switch to their big brothers and things improve considerably, with beefier, more detailed musical performance to boot – and a far classier feel.

The PXC350s are good for the money (available from £125), but with the PXC450s now available for under £200, we'd prefer saving for the real deal


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General Information

Manufacturer Website Address
Brand NameSennheiser
Product TypeHeadphone
ManufacturerSennheiser Electronic Corporation
Manufacturer Part NumberPXC350
Product NameSennheiser PXC350
Product ModelPXC 350

Technical Information

Sound ModeStereo
Minimum Frequency Response8 Hz
Connectivity TechnologyWired
Cable Length1.40 m
Maximum Frequency Response28 kHz


Earpiece DesignOver-the-head
Earpiece TypeBinaural

Physical Characteristics

Form FactorEar-cup
Weight Approximate230 g


Host InterfaceMini-phone