Today at CES 2011, Sennheiser has recently introduced a new set of earphones to its range, which is known as the Sennheiser CXC 700. These earphones adopt the noise cancellation technology, which operates under three user-selectable modes. “Mode 1″ is designed to reduce intense low-frequency noise such as rumble from airplane engines or trains. “Mode 2″ aims at the middle of the frequency range, like the whir of air conditioning units. “Mode 3″ combines the other two modes, leaving high frequencies alone and focusing on eliminating the hums and whirs of modern life present in the lower-to-mid frequency realms. Sennheiser will release the new CXC 700 in early 2011 for a retail price of around $319.95. [PCMag]



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