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[Staples] Sennheister CX 6.00 BT Wireless In-Ear Headphones - $52.48 (46% + 25% off with coupon code 93205)

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[Staples] Sennheister CX 6.00 BT Wireless In-Ear Headphones - $52.48 (46% + 25% off with coupon code 93205)

Use coupon code 93205 at checkout to get the additional 25% off

Appears to only be available for pickup. Haven't tried these earbuds before but they seem to retail for a lot more.
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I have these headphones and they sound great, along with good battery life and a solid connection, etc. Hard to beat for this price!
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linksta7 wrote: Use coupon code 93205 at checkout to get the additional 25% off

Appears to only be available for pickup. Haven't tried these earbuds before but they seem to retail for a lot more.
how does pickup work during lockdown, is staples essential?
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revv wrote: how does pickup work during lockdown, is staples essential?
It's not. Businesses are still allowed to operate but only for curbside pick up as most of the transmission in commercial stores occur within the store.

From my experience with other stores, you'd park at a designated pick up parking spot and call the store for an associate to put the item in your trunk or backseat.
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Good price for AptX earbuds!
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How's the microphone on these? I need a new work headset.
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Farles70 wrote: I have these headphones and they sound great, along with good battery life and a solid connection, etc. Hard to beat for this price!
How reliable is the multi point? May I ask.
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Farles70 wrote: I have these headphones and they sound great, along with good battery life and a solid connection, etc. Hard to beat for this price!
They're also the only BT headphones I have that allow multiple connections so when I'm at work I connect to my phone and computer at the same time, that way I get to listen to music and don't miss any emails. Sound quality is very good and I haven't had any complaints with call quality. On the downside I realize they look funny, like you have corn rows or something and even with a good battery life, they're not like TWS where they charge naturally in the case, you have to physically charge them so they're dying often. Great price though. the nozzle is a bit narrow so I had to buy narrower complys which are coming in the mail.
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Focus wrote: How reliable is the multi point? May I ask.
Not sure what you mean by reliable but I've never had any kind of connection issues. Period.
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Coupon didn’t work for me. Can we return it if we don’t like?
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I Remember getting this with the Harman and Kardon speaker..... For the same price. Great headset though.
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Are these much better than the Cheapo Wireless Earbuds (Basic Tech) for $7.48 in the other RFD thread? I have ordered the latter but will return if the difference in price is totally worth it.
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Clee wrote: Good price for AptX earbuds!
I use these for tv watching sometimes. It supports AptX Low Latency which is needed to keep the audio in sync (lag free)

But you need a transmitter that also supports Low Latency for it to work.
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This applies to everyday items as well as high end items that I don't really need.
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Headbeancounter wrote: Are these much better than the Cheapo Wireless Earbuds (Basic Tech) for $7.48 in the other RFD thread? I have ordered the latter but will return if the difference in price is totally worth it.
Only 40 bucks. Worth. The cheapo will sound like airplane earbuds.
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Focus wrote: How reliable is the multi point? May I ask.
I have not used them as multi-point, and actually didn't know they have this feature. I haven't been using them very much in the past few months as I got a pair of Sony XF-1000XM3's and they have become my go-to earbuds :)
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Headbeancounter wrote: Are these much better than the Cheapo Wireless Earbuds (Basic Tech) for $7.48 in the other RFD thread? I have ordered the latter but will return if the difference in price is totally worth it.
Although I have not heard the cheapo earbuds, I can safely assume that there will be a massive jump in performance if you go with these.
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Farles70 wrote: I have not used them as multi-point, and actually didn't know they have this feature. I haven't been using them very much in the past few months as I got a pair of Sony XF-1000XM3's and they have become my go-to earbuds :)
I wasn't aware of this feature either. I was connected to my work computer then one day connected to my phone and then realized I was hearing both. None of my other bluetooth headphones or earbuds have this function.
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Thanks OP! Ordered one, coupon was successfully applied.

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