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  1. Peaceful1
    11-24-2009 02:56
  2. Partybreaker
    11-11-2009 15:22
    Well, price is similar to one in my country, so it can't be said that it's best buy... I'm pretty pleased with both choices, although CX300 has less treble (especially cymbals are weak) but pretty good bass (maybe a bit muddy, but there's no way it would lack). MX360 is good choice if you don't want IEM. It has great highs, but much more less bass than CX300. With all bass enhancements on D2, they can distort a bit.

    Feel free to ask more questions, I don't know at the moment what else should I write about these headphones...
  3. Peaceful1
    11-11-2009 04:02
    how do u do? I wanted to know does i worth to buy
    Sennheiser CX300 for 148 $ , Sennheiser MX360 for 75$
    this is the price in my country are u pleased of your choise does it worth this price to buy

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