Sennheiser MM 70i review

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Nice features for the money

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They’re significantly more expensive than the 300s, but at least a portion of that extra cash can be put down to the three-button remote-and-mic unit, which is placed on the cable near your chin.

They sound good, too. There’s impressive balance and detail, plus a weighty, but not overbearing bottom-end....

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They’re significantly more expensive than the 300s, but at least a portion of that extra cash can be put down to the three-button remote-and-mic unit, which is placed on the cable near your chin.

They sound good, too. There’s impressive balance and detail, plus a weighty, but not overbearing bottom-end.

The only problem is that they’re not quite as thumping or dynamic as they might be, which leaves the usually rather primal drumming of The Jezabels’ Dark Storm with a little less impact.

Still, they’re never harsh and always clear, so those looking to upgrade from CX 300-IIs to a pair that's designed for smartphones won’t be disappointed.

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