Sennheiser Debuts Affordable BT and Noise-Canceling Headphones

Sennheiser headphones are known for having great sound, but they’re also known for being pricey. With a flood of new Bluetooth/Noise-Canceling headphones hitting the market over the past year, the company decided to release new models aimed at the mobile audiophile on a budget.

The HD 350BT ($120) offers basic Bluetooth for wire-free listening along with voice assistant integration. Battery life is spec’d at 30 hours, and it has a foldable headband. The HD 450 BT ($200) has the same feature set as the 350BT, but adds active noise cancelation.

Along with the two budget models pictured above, Sennheiser had another new wireless headphone to show at CES. Aimed at a slightly more deep-pocketed listener, the PXC 550-II Wireless ($350, not pictured) offers active noise-canceling along with auto on/off and a smart pause mode that stops playback of streaming apps when the headphones are removed. Like the above models, the PXC 550-II offers 30 hours battery life, and it also folds flat for packing in an included carry case.